Wild Rocket has been around in the Singapore food scene for quite some time now, having opened back in 2005 by lawyer-turned-chef Willin Low. His ‘ModSin‘ cuisine, short for modern Singaporean cuisine, has since garnered him many distinctions and awards for good food.
Although most of the sushi menus at Shinji by Kanesaka are ‘omakase‘ courses, they do have a specific omakase lunch menu called Yume 夢.
Le Bistrot du Sommelier is a great place for honest French bistro cuisine.
I’m not generally a big fan of brunches but I really love the Crab Cake Benedict at Spruce.
probably my favourite Japanese restaurant in Singapore simply because aside from the fantastic food, it makes me feel like I’m back in Tokyo again every time I step through the entrance.
This is probably the strangest name I’ve heard for a cafe but despite their weird name, the Australian Dairy Company still brings in the crowds.