A little bit sceptical about ordering the Chilli Crab Pizza but this turned out to be quite special. The piquant sauce base was the star of the show; complemented by lumps of crab scattered on top. Great dish!

The view here is the selling point; on a sunny afternoon you can soak up the vibes of the small marina out in front. The food is good without being mind-blowing, but is decently priced for the large portions delivered. Ordered the primavera pizza (huge but a little too cheesy for my liking) and the dough covered ravioli, which was a delight to dip into the soupy mushroom sauce. Relaxing break and was fascinating to read the history of the yacht club and marvel at the century old trophy on display in the lobby.

Fresh and light breakfast; the gallete has a slight crisp texture which complements the savoury filling of the sautéed mushrooms, comte cheese and egg. Bright ambience, chill music, great coffee, quality croissant and attentive but not intrusive staff. Very relaxing place if you can bag a table 😊

If you’re looking for somewhere different that delivers consistently well executed food then Erwin’s is a great place, especially at weekends when it’s a little quieter and you can take a stroll around the bay afterwards. The fish was chunky and really moist but with a crisp and lightly seasoned batter, accompanied by an upgrade to sweet potato fries. It’s a pub with a proper chef, what’s not to like!

When you need to be satisfied without any pretensions. The sate Ayam was well marinated, charred and hit the right buttons. The Tahu Telor was good but the sauce was a little too watery but still tasted good.

I liked the sound of this but it’s rather bland; basically a burger in toasted white bread. Has potential but could do with a liberal dousing of sauce inside to impart some flavour.

Fish with chilli crab fries... satisfying plate of solid chunky cod encased in crispy batter combined with shoestring fries and a dollop of chilli crab sauce. Good ambience and bright surroundings lend themselves to a relaxing lunch!

Kampong Pizza, 20++. BBQ chicken, mozzarella, peppers. Make sure you arrive with an appetite as you’ll be leaving with a full belly! Good service also. Truffle fries also hit the right spot.

Cracking food in a convenient location just a couple of mins walk from Jalan Besar mrt. Sweet potato noodle hot plate shown, 15.80. Generous portions and rich in flavour. Pan-fried shrimp/pork/leek dumplings were the standout dish.

Stopped for breakfast on a weekend and plumped for the Little Farms Baked Beans, 18++. The ham hock pieces were delicious but the sauce was just too sweet to finish. Bright and comfortable setting; probably better value to queue at the deli counter and order from the days offerings rather than from the menu.

Came here specifically to try the Pizza Frita, this is the Naplitano 18++. First of all, the ambience inside is instantly relaxing: airy and bright, and the service attentive. The pizza frita is interesting - the buffalo mozzarella and San Marzano tomatoes lent a wonderful taste, and although the dough was crispy, I found it quite heavy and difficult to finish. Glad I tried it but I’d probably opt for the other dishes on a return visit. I’ll definitely be back...

Fulfilling bowl of ramen; the meat seems to have been flash fried and has caramelised onions included and the broth is peppery rather than spicy. Struggled to finish this after having a side dish also... make sure you come with an appetite!