Kabuke Sake Bar @ Telok Ayer

Hello world! It’s been almost a year since I’ve last blogged or even went onto Foodiepink. Really happy to be back again with a refreshed Foodiepink – in terms of the look of my homepage and blog posts. Rather than scrolling through singular images, I personally thought it would be great to group the photos…

Umi + Vino @ Emporium Shokushin, Marina Square

Emporium Shokuhin at Marina Square opened with much fanfare as it is the largest Japanese supermarket in Singapore yet, with live seafood and premium meat cuts available for purchase. There are 7 Japanese dining concepts under its wing, specialising in namely sushi, ramen & gyoza, shabu-shabu, cold seafood and a fine-dining restaurant. I’ve tried 3…

FOC Restaurant @ Hong Kong Street

My meal of FOC Restaurant happened when it was in its second week of opening, so this post is long overdue. That said, I’ve continually heard great reviews of FOC, so time for you to read this review and see which dishes are worth the trip down! Just for formalities, FOC is the brainchild of Michelin-starred chef…

Arossa Grill @ Scotts Square

When I was still working at Orchard, I made a point to note down valuable set lunches at places which would otherwise cost a few hundreds for dinners. Arossa Grill was one of them. Specialising in grills (obviously), all the grills are imported fresh from Australia. Similar to Salt Grill, the proteins are cooked simply, with few…

Pete’s Place @ Grand Hyatt Hotel

Hidden in the basement of Grand Hyatt Hotel, Pete’s Place is one of the oldest restaurants in Singapore. It may have been forgotten through these years; yet with the return of old-school restaurants, Pete’s Place has definitely made the mark. This is also where you can still find huge, hearty portions of authentic Italian food….

Terrassa by Ginza Project @ St. Petersburg [Russia Trip]

If you’re in Russia, you definitely have to try at least one of the many restaurants under the management of Ginza Project, a leading group in the restaurant and entertainment industry. It has since expanded to other metropolis including London and New York. I was looking through the list of restaurants and I was really…

Hai Di Lao Steamboat @ Clarke Quay

I was really excited to try out Hai Di Lao as it is a very famous steamboat restaurant chain in China, highly-raved for their bespoked service and quality ingredients for their customers. Read on to find out more! I was here at 5pm, on a Saturday night and only got a table at 7! Fret…

Buffet: Edge @ Pan Pacific Hotel

Pan Pacific Hotel has been given a new facelift this year. The pavillion structures at the lobby with surrounding water bodies creates a contemporary and funky vibe. I am very excited to share with you the hotel’s buffet restaurant called Edge, which has a very apt tagline: Food Theatre. Edge takes up a massive floorspace on Level…

Amici Italian @ Holland Village

Amici has been around for more than a decade and despite all the changes it has seen around its proximity, it has clearly withstood the test of time. This Italian restaurant had been accredited with numerous awards but I wonder, with such a robust and ever-changing F&B industry in Singapore, will Amici still stand out…

Buffet: Lime @ Park Royal, Pickering

This blogpost is wayy overdue as I’ve visited Lime 2 months ago when they were still having a UOB card promotion whereby the 3rd diner dines free with every 2 paying adults. I did a quick check on the UOB privileges site and it’s no longer listed. 😦 So, the usual price for buffet dinner…

SkyLoft Rooftop Bar & Restaurant @ Sentosa

SkyLoft is situated just above where iFly is at! The entire floorspace on the 5th level is dedicated to the bar and restaurant, overlooking the sea and sunset. A chic main dining area in front of the bar. A beautiful and tranquil alfresco setting for a perfect night-out. Behind this area is a sheltered al-fresco…

Stellar @ 1-Altitude

Standing at the 63rd storey, Stellar is the tallest restaurant in Singapore, boosting a magnificent and romantic view of the Marina Bay area. I was here for dinner during Restaurant Week which consisted of a fixed menu. P.S.: sorry for the grainy photos due to dim lighting and the lack of a professional DSLR! Pan…