Older Singaporean males will recall with fond memories the NCO (Non-Commissioned Officers) Club at the former Beach Road Army Camp where many a beer have been downed. On this site now stands the kaleidoscopic South Beach, a commercial and residential complex housing one hotel, shops and residences. I went there to sample Vatos Urban Tacos, … More Vatos Urban Tacos, Ko-Mex Fusion At The Kaleidoscopic South Beach
I love the design of the Fullerton Bay Hotel, an architectural delight to explore and enjoy, including the surrounds, especially the promenade. The hotel is part of the 1933 Art-Deco heritage Clifford Pier building – supported by beautiful arches – that evokes childhood memories of it as the departure point of my annual pilgrimage with … More La Brasserie At Fullerton Bay Hotel, A World’s 100 Best Hotels
Las Flores, one of the top Spanish Restaurant in Manila located at Bonifacio Global City, a financial district beautifully architected and located just 11 km south-east of the city center, dishes out contemporary Spanish tapas infused with strong Catalonian and Mediterranean influences. … More Las Flores, Leading The Spanish Invasion Of Manila Dining
Cilantro Restaurant and Wine Bar, located a short stroll away from KLCC, and helmed by Chef Takashi Kimura, dishes out fine Japanese-influenced French cuisine. The star is the capellini crowned with a generous topping of sea urchin and sweet prawn, delivering a heavenly juxtaposition of textures and flavours. … More Cilantro – Kuala Lumpur’s Hautest Cuisine?
Discovered this lovely izakaya ensconced in a row of shophouses along Stanley Street, right in the heart of the CBD area, serving sumi-yaki (charcoal grilled food) and age-mono, with a modern twist. Sharing the photos of the various meals we had so far, including a Halloween pig-out celebrations with my boys and nieces. Mario Choy, … More ShuKuu, Little Izakaya Gem In The City
Alan wanted to try Trattoria Nonna Lina, a homely Italian diner. Nonna is the Italian word for grandmother; don’t mistaken this restaurant with La Nonna, another Italian restaurant of similar-sounding name. Nestled within a quiet row of restored Peranakan houses along Cantonment Road, it dishes out traditional Italian recipes, specialising in seafood and meat; pizza … More Grandma Lina’s Homely Trattoria
Emporium Shokuhin opened a few months ago. It is apparently the first integrated Japanese Emporium in Singapore featuring a live seafood market, a beef dry-aging facility, a Japanese Gourmet Grocer and 8 unique dining options, all located at a corner of Marina Square. The concept of this place is almost identical to Taipei’s Aquatic Development by the Mitsui … More Emporium Shokuhin, All Things Japanese At Marina Square
Antonio’s was born not as restaurant, but as a farm. Apparently Chef Tony Boy left the airlines industry and with his wife Agnes started up the farm supplying Manila’s higher-end restaurants with fresh produce; and eventually providing the ingredients for Antonio’s eclectic menu. Chef Tony’s has a strong pedigree: Gaucho Argentinean Restaurant, Hilton Adelaide, and Mandarin Oriental’s prestigious Tivoli … More Antonio’s At Tagaytay, The Stalwart Of Philippines Fine Dining