New menu @ Komyuniti, Yotel

Welcoming its new head chef, Benny Lim, Komyuniti is introducing a brand spanking new menu that will showcase Chef Benny’s culinary talents. In this new menu, Chef Benny will be bringing to the table his signature brand of fusion cuisine while hoping to impart a sense of joyful wonder to local and international diners alike. He spent the last 14 years perfecting his Western culinary technique while drawing inspiration from a rich background of Asian influences. I’m personally

Supply & Demand @ Orchard Gateway

With a name that is mostly used as a term in microeconomics, Supply & Demand (S&D) is hardly unforgettable for its ambiance and menu. Cooking up a storm by using global ingredients and inspiration, the results of fusion feast were undeniably delightful to say at least. Not only is the character of Supply & Demand, Orchardgateway’s interior snug and comfortable, busy weekend nights provide for live acoustic performances, the hustling crowd and bustling chatter enhances the liv

Shutters @ Amara Sanctuary Resort, Sentosa

Escape from the hustle and bustle of the city, and head on to Amara Santuary Resort for some peace and quiet. While you’re there, Shutters, the restaurant in the Resort is a must-go! Shutters has recently launched its new Asian-European fusion menu and we got a taste of this tantalising menu. And before I go on talking about the dishes, I would just like to say that everything here was just perfect. From the warm and intimate ambiance to the amazing food from chef Jeffrey Tan

Greyhound Cafe, Mid Valley KL

Greyhound Cafe has landed in KL! Originally from Bangkok, Greyhound Cafe is famous in Thailand for mixing local traditional Thai dishes with a tad bit of modern flare. There are currently two outlets in Malaysia, with one in Mid Valley and the other in Jalan Bukit Bintang. We started off with their famous Fried Chicken Wings (RM18). This is not your average way of eating fried chicken wings as they had their wings split into half, thus making it more crunchy. We had a fun exp

Common Chefs Bistro, Sembawang

Guilty pleasures are one too many to count, yet we often indulge. Enter Common Chefs Bistro, one place that might soon be your go-to to indulge in your guilty pleasures. Situated in the north, Common Chefs has been around for one and a half years, offering satisfaction at reasonable prices with no strings attached (Read: No GST!). We were offered a plethora of drinks from their 'Specialty Sodas' section, but the one that had us slurping away was the Frutti Fizz ($5 nett), a r

Beast & Butterflies, M Social Singapore

Just around the riverbend, nestled away from the hustle and bustle of Clarke Quay is Beast & Butterflies, a quirky and entertaining dining experience at M Social Singapore. Photo by Beast & Butterflies I absolutely love the vibrant and eclectic interior. Books and lava lamps litter countertops, electronic tablets adorn a grey concrete wall displaying images of landscapes, marble table tops that light up from the inside, mismatched upholstery and floor tiles. This restaurant j

Stateland Asian-fusion Café, Bali Lane

As Singapore is one of the world’s biggest food hubs, it’s not hard to find cuisines from all over the world in this little island. What is more intriguing is the crossing of elements from different cuisine into one. I have had the opportunity to explore Stateland Asian-fusion Café just along Bali Lane, and I’d love to share what’s available if you are looking for something that’s not your typical cuisine. We started with the Kimchi Carbonara ($20). I love both Korean and Ita

Kampung French: An Open Farm Community x Paris Popup collaboration, Minden Road

Open Farm Community is restaurant that revolves around the idea of creating dishes with locally-sourced ingredients. In collaboration with the nomadic collective Paris Pop-up, Kampung French is a three week long takeover that will have you savouring French inspired creations made with ingredients either sourced locally or grown right outside the restaurant. I remember this saying about movie adaptations that somehow relates to these dishes: The key to a successful adaptatio

The Marmalade Pantry, Oasia Downtown

The Marmalade Pantry is introducing new dishes and cupcakes across its outlets at ION Orchard, Oasia Novena and Oasia Downtown. New to the menu are two amazing salads which comes in half or full servings, giving you the option of having it as a starter or main. The Heirloom Tomatoes & Burrata Cheese ($17-half/$24-full) was incredibly appetising yet surprisingly refreshing. I loved every bite I took of the large, juicy and tangy slices of heirloom tomatoes which balanced very

Antoinette, Penhas Road

Antoinette is lavished with elements that are inspired by the French neoclassical period, and well known for their gorgeous Instagram-worthy cakes and multi-coloured macarons that makes patrons come back for more. And with new additions to their permanent menu that's available for both lunch and dinner? You will be spoilt for choice! Antoinette's Chef Pang Kok Keong introduces creative new and modern dishes that will take you back to some nostalgic moments with touches of Asi

Birds of a Feather, Amoy Street

Telok Ayer area has become one of Singapore's latest trendy F&B spot with the coolest restaurant and trendiest bars. Plus, it's around where I work, so it only makes sense for me to be gallivanting around the area to scout for the next best spot to head after a long day at work. Just a few rows behind my office is Amoy Street, where Birds of a Feather is located. This chic restaurant caught my attention from afar and I just had to try it. Stepping inside, I was quite amazed b

Intersect By: Clon, Klang

Situated inside Klang's newest boutique hotel, LAX Boutique Hotel, Intersect By: Clon breathes fresh life into Klang's old town centre. Moving from Section 12, Petaling Jaya, their new location in Klang is a little out of the way for PJ-folk like me but the food is definitely worth the visit. I could sit at Intersect: By Clon the whole day. I love the bright colours and bold statement pieces (check out the hanging ladder with lights!), smooth jazz music wafting out of the spe

Plan B's Kitchen Takeover

I think every restaurant/cafe should take a leaf out of Benjamin Yong's book and follow suit in changing up their menus from time to time to keep things fresh. Plan b's kitchen takeover is just the thing to keep The Big Group's regulars coming back for more. In the first of its kind, TBG is introducing a menu that will last the whole of March til mid April to challenge its patrons' palates. This was the tasting menu we were treated to during the media review night. Dishes are