Food

 

Guan Hoe Soon is Singapore’s longest reigning Peranakan restaurant. Established since 1953, their original shophouse unit at Joo Chiat Place stills whips up a Peranakan storm every day.
  1. Sushi is a great appetizer or main course
  2. There are many different types of sushi to choose from
  3. Sushi can be made with fish, vegetables, and other ingredients
Such a quaint eatery literally in the middle of the city, yet tucked away like a hidden gem. Angie’s Oyster Bar and Grill was a modern yet rustic boutique-like restaurant we found next to the grand old dame of furniture warehouse retailers - Tan Boon Liat Building.
Georges is a chain of 6 (currently) resort style casual dining bar and restaurant. Several outlets are by, or near the beach, providing one with that balmy seabreeze to go along with your food.
We were not disappointed as we found the sashimi fresh and melt-in-your-mouth, the clams plentiful, the seafood fresh and the meat well-seasoned. There was even real truffle in the truffle chawamushi!
I thought the soups and seafood starters were a suitable flavour profile to lead up to the main course, as there was sufficient flavour and textural variety (vegetarian soups to seafood starters then meat) which ensured that the meal was enjoyable throughout without any overbearing, cloying after tastes (or afterthoughts!).
The menu did not disappoint, and service was fast, friendly and efficient. The kitchen was efficient too! With dishes being served within 5 min of ordering.
Canadian investment platform CULT Food Science Corp. has invested in Singapore-based seafood firm Umami Meats.
Modern European gastropub YOUNGS Bar and Restaurant is serving brunch on weekends and public holidays as the Government has loosened the Covid19 restrictions.
TamJai SamGor offered attractive promotions at the launch of a new store opening in City Square Mall on March 7, 2022. Customers received a free SamGor Care Pack Pouch with a minimum of S$28 spend on the first three days of its opening.
According to Wong Bang Ming, director at Brenrich, "Guests have been highly anticipating the arrival of Shakey's ever since we announced the coming of Shakey's."
Two well-established English pubs in Singapore have been transformed into Irish bars as a result of Quinn's, a new chain of Irish taverns. Quinn's is headquartered in Singapore by Singaporean businessmen.