Was excited to try this place as it specializes in Inaniwa udon, which I really like. Unfortunately this was quite disappointing - the noodles tasted quite ordinary and were not like the ones I had before which were slippery and smooth, these were quite chewy and hard. The egg was also overcooked and was not runny.

Service was friendly if a bit absent minded. They forgot to put in our orders, though made up for it be giving us free dessert.

One of the really stand out and recommended dishes here. The pappardelle was well cooked (a bit thicker than you get at fine dining restaurants but had a good bite) and the sauce was flavorful and rich.

Had the weekday set lunch. The set came with four dishes at $29 which was quite good value. Had a started of cauliflower hummus, a mezzo of seabass carpaccio, a chicken souvlaki and pictured here was the baklava dessert. All done well in a nice relaxed setting making you feel you could be at the beach. Staff were attentive and friendly.

This place is quite off the beaten path in a quiet area near Bishan. The place has a cozy atmosphere. Food was great, nice home cooked type Italian fare. Rustic and bold flavors, done very well. Picture here was the rub-eye, which was grilled perfectly.

This place is quite off the beaten path in a quiet area near Bishan. The place has a cozy atmosphere. Food was great, nice home cooked type Italian fare. Rustic and bold flavors, done very well. Picture here was the rub-eye, which was grilled perfectly.

Nice decor and ambiance. Sat by the bar and the staff were very attentive and friendly. The Lobster Roll was good though not great. The brioche bun was buttery and fluffy, the lobster was fresh but could have had more sweetness.

The food was good and well executed, though I felt a tad overpriced. The decor was nice, though a bit cold and sparse. Overall a pleasant place, but lacked that little bit extra.

Tried the mixed dumplings, Borscht soups, herring salad and pork stew. Generally all were flavorful and comforting. Interesting having Russian food in Singapore, not something you get often. The food here is what I imagine home cooked Russian food to be.

The place had a fun vibe. Good happy hour drinks. However better Mexican food elsewhere. Some of the choices were interesting, but felt the food lacked a bit of oomph. Had the Jalapeños poppers which had too much batter, the ceviche which was good, the shrimp taco also good and the beef quesadilla which was average.

Great place for drinks and cocktails! The food was not quite up to the mark, maybe because of not being able to have a proper buffet setting. The servings were not very exciting visually and tasted average. Overall now with the new setting not as good as before.

One of the first things asked when making a reservation is ‘do you drink’? That sums up the philosophy of this place, so if you don’t it’s not the place for you. It is a small hole in the wall joint which is fun and friendly, and the owner sits to have a chat and a drink and the other patrons start talking to each other after a while. The food is great for going with drinks - small bites which are unusual and delicious.

Went for the Omakase lunch, priced at $150, which was the mid-priced lunch on the menu. It was a really good experience, the sushi was fresh and the rice vinegared just the right amount. The pictured was probably the highlight, Uni and Ikura mini-bowl. I have come for the $240 menu before, and the main difference is you get more cooked dishes for the more expensive menu.