I feel that this is the best place for desserts! Especially love their combinations of sweet and salted. What's better is that it's halal!
The candied bacon is really yummy! Remind me to order a double portion! Matcha Latte is a little too sweet for me! Salted Caramel Croissant is YUMS! if only they will toast it slightly.
Eamirada's an institution that's been around for about 20 years, and is perfect for convenient, awesome meal in town. In a nicely dim, romantic setting, you'll enjoy their escargots, skewered meats, and one if the best paellas around. The tiramisu is a hit favorite, don't leave without trying it.
Start with the beautifully cooked sous vide octopus salad, and tuck into either the pork belly or the duck confit puff for decadent mains. Jean Teo describes Spathe as having '... such a great vibe and ambiance for friends catchup and romantic dinners.'
This gorgeous shophouse gives you the option of sitting at the counter to watch the wonders of an open kitchen, or the beautifully lit basement communal table. Order a bottle of wine, and start with the mind-blowing Sea Urchin & Squid Ink pudding. As Burppler Jibs puts it perfectly, 'I can only tell you to try for yourself to know what it means to be lost for words at a dish like this.' Be adventurous and go for the Beef Tripe, it is unbelievably tasty and crispy on the edges. Finish off with the light-as-air doughnuts, and you're in for a great night.
This humble little coffeeshop in Tiong Bahru has only ever sold mee pok, kopi and toast for the past 70 years. By night, this neighborhood favorite transforms into a brand new yakitori and steamboat bar, Bincho. Go for either the $50 or $80 yakitori omakase menus, and enjoy a cocktail or two. If a unique setting and experience is what you're looking for, this might just be it.
Serving cheap & good izakaya-type dishes that pair well with beers from neighboring The Good Beer Company and Smith Street Taps, Fork n' Fingers is unique and fun. Give all their dishes a try, especially the Hae Bee Hiam Rice ($3) and Spicy Sesame Spinach & Tofu ($2). This stall is certainly a refreshing addition to the already awesome Chinatown Complex Food Centre.