Blue Lotus, An Eclectic Chinese Grill House

Fusion well done—that’s Blue Lotus Chinese Grill House, a Chinese-tapas culinary concept with an avant-garde menu that cleverly blends traditional Asian flavours with western cooking techniques. Don’t miss the nectarous Hickory Smoked Honey-glazed Kurobuta Pork Belly and the Crab Balls with the signature Chilli Pomelo Sauce. … More Blue Lotus, An Eclectic Chinese Grill House

FOO’D By Davide Oldani

Valentine’s Day lunch at FOO’D, at the historic Victoria Theater & Concert Hall that was built in 1862. An outpost of Michelin-starred Italian Chef David Oldani, the cuisine is good, although not ground breaking; but the iconic venue with Greco-Roman columns framing a beautiful setting, coupled with the very reasonable set prices make this a strong recommendation. … More FOO’D By Davide Oldani

A Lovely Shelter In The Woods

Shelter in the Woods is my go-to restaurant when the carnivore in me calls. Helmed by Japanese Chef Masashi Horiuchi, with decades-long experience in Michelin restaurants across Europe under his belt , it serves up an excellent repertoire of rotisserie and charcuterie offerings that feature very delicate balance of taste, robust yet not overwhelming. The meat are the stars: the grain-fed black Angus Roasted Ribeye Steak and the Rotisserie Rack of Lamb of Australian four-rib lamb rack are must-orders. … More A Lovely Shelter In The Woods

Grandma Lina’s Homely Trattoria

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