Tag Archives: Clarke Quay

Hai Di Lao 海底捞火锅 – 10 Other Reasons To Visit This Sichuan HotPot Restaurant

Singaporeans must have had enough of bad F&B service, so when Hai Di Lao Hotpot 海底捞火锅 turns up at Clarke Quay with its ridiculously good service, they pack the Sichuan-based restaurant with hour long queues. (Haidilao Reservation number: +65 63378626) Hai Di Lao is known more for their gimmicks more than their food itself – […]

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[Closed] Baker & Cook – Brunch at the All New Martin Road Branch

Baker & Cook is now opened at Martin Road! Good news for me, because I do not have to go down all the way to Hillcrest to try their exceptional breads, cakes, croissants, Danish pastries, tarts, pies and quiches. And I do not have to compete with President Tony Tan (and his security) who is […]

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Nirai Kanai Okinawan Restaurant – The Experience of Authentic Okinawan Goodness in Singapore

Okinawan cuisine may sound unfamiliar to you, even if you could be a Japanese food fan. So my advice is, do not go to this Okinawan restaurant at Liang Court expecting sashimi, sushi, ramen and katsu don. The food is really quite unexpected. As Okinawa is an island, the diet of its people comprises mainly […]

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Häagen-Dazs – Celebrate Mid Autumn with Ice Cream & Sorbet Yolk Mooncakes

Häagen-Dazs were one of the first to create ice-cream mooncakes, and this year they have 4 different flavours (quite similar to last year’s) – White Chocolate, Dark Chocolate, Milk Chocolate and Strawberry Chocolate. Mid Autumn Festival falls on 30th September Sunday in 2012, so it is not too early to get them. Singaporeans tend to […]

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Chiso Zanmai – $14.90++ Japanese Buffet Comes to Singapore!

You are not reading wrong – An all-you-can-eat authentic Japanese buffet priced at only $14.90++ for lunch! And that includes a wide spread of more than 100 seasonal selections which include sushi, yakitori, okonomiyaki and desserts. Sounds like a good deal. Chiso Zanmai is an Osaka-based Japanese buffet restaurant known for its fresh seafood, and […]

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Barcook Bakery – Why’s The Raisin Cream Cheese Bun So Irresistibly Soft?

I believe in a) the underdogs b) if you want to sell things, make that one thing, and make it really good. Barcook Bakery, the small bakery shop which started off at Hong Lim Complex off Chinatown, has done just that. Its four branches at Hong Lim, Central, One Raffles Place and OG Albert Complex […]

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Bayang – Eat, Prey & Love Balinese Cuisine

In ‘Eat Pray Love’, Bali is where Elizabeth Gilbert found romance, but this island is instead a food haven for me. I was surprised to find a Balinese restaurant back in Singapore, at Clarke Quay where daytime was a much quieter contrast from its night culture. Indonesian Sumatra offers more spicy food, such as curried […]

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Shabu 29 – It’s a Shabu Shabu Heaven

Some people call this the Japanese version of steamboat, with the name “shabu shabu” derived from the “swish swish” sound of cooking the meat in the pot. For fans of shabu shabu, you will be excited to know a new restaurant has opened at Clarke Quay Central. Managed by the same group who brought us […]

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TongKang Colonial Bar & Restaurant – Colonial Classics on a Bumboat

You may have eaten on a cruise, ship, or ferry, but how about on a tongkang? Imagine the excitement when we found this last surviving pair of tongkangs berthed on the banks of the Singapore River serving food and drinks. To retain this part of history, the last two tongkangs left in Singapore has been […]

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Fisherman’s Market – New Japanese Seafood Buffet Restaurant Comes To Singapore

To readers: Fisherman’s Market has ceased operations, and been replaced with another Japanese buffet restaurant Chiso Zanmai Buffet-hungry Singaporeans will rejoice at the opening of this new seafood buffet restaurant at Clarke Quay Central. Fisherman’s Market is an “all you can eat” restaurant featuring a variety of seafood prepared in Japanese, Western and Chinese styles, […]

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