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Housed in one of the coolest places for a restaurant – the National Gallery Singapore, Odette is the new restaurant opened by Julien Royer in late 2015 after leaving Jaan.

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The Corner House recently just got its 1 Michelin Star in 2016, though I tried it before the results came out. No doubt most people expected Corner House to get a star or two anyway.

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I really loved Esquina when Andrew Walsh was the head chef there, so when he left to open Cure, I decided to give it a try too – hopefully it would be as good as Esquina, and make me return multiple times.

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Posted on: January 17, 2016

In 2014, Andre Chiang returned back to his birth country of Taiwan to open RAW, a restaurant embracing his ‘bistronomy‘ concept, where fine dining turns casual.

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Having been to dinner at Andre, I didn’t think I’d want to return for dinner again but I did decide to give their lunch menu a chance.

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The Cliff is probably one of the furthest places I’ve gone for a meal – all the way to Sentosa!

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Traditional French fare done excellently is probably the simplest way to review Bar-Roque Grill.

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