Saha Singapore Mushroom Biryani

Innovative Indian cuisine at Saha

Now we all know Indian food hasn’t yet fallen victim to the “tiny plates” movement, I mean, give me a mountain of rice and drown it with curry, right? But in Saha’s case, Chef Abhijit Saha’s mixing of traditional Indian with innovative techniques is worth checking out. Originally at Duxton Hill, Saha has moved to the […]

Italian Osteria Pork Belly

Bustling Italian Osteria at Hillview area

So crackling “my hubby could play a drum solo on it” pork belly. ‘Nuff said. Ok, not ‘nuff said. This wouldn’t be much of a post if I only wrote 15 words now, would it? So there I was, up in the hilly areas of Upper Bukit Timah and it was dinner time. Located at […]

Labyrinth Chili Crab

Labyrinth restaurant – local flavours and modern methods

I’ve got to say – I had a good feeling about this. A local, no-frills nor airs kind of chef, who just wants to create innovative dishes that marry local flavour faves with modern molecular methods, what’s not to like about it? Plenty, if I go by some other “fusion”-inspired places. But here at Labyrinth, […]

RedEye Smokehouse platter

Red Eye Smokehouse – succulently smoky meats

There we were, minding our own beeswax, when a meat craving hit us like a boulder to the belly. So after some frantic searching online, we decided to head on to Red Eye Smokehouse, a new smoke shack along Jalan Besar. UPDATE: Camp Kilo just opened at Kampong Bugis, so we’ve got another great option […]

Ananda Bhavan

Best Indian Breakfast in Singapore – Ananda Bhavan

If you’re hankering for an Indian breakfast fill-me-up, Ananda Bhavan in Little India is a great option. It’s all vegetarian, and the “live” Appam (spelled as Appom by some) station is the highlight for me. Hailing from Kerala (my mother’s birthplace), where most yummy south indian dishes originate from (or so I might biasedly say), […]