We were lured to tea here because of items like ondeh ondeh, chilli crab, beef rendang with achae, Hainanese chicken rice with Mayo, etc. The food was really lousy, giving shame to Singapore’s scrumptious food offerings. There are fewer tea varieties than at other superior hotels, and none served in loose leaf firm, all in tea bags. The only good thing about the experience is the fabulous service staff.

Queued 10 minutes for breakfast, then waited 20 minutes after ordering. The scrambled egg was very good. The brioche that so many rave about is ok, but not fragrant as it would be in France. The bacon ($3 extra) was either invisible, or they just forgot about it! Would I go back? At this level of pricing, I’d rather have chicken than egg.

Excellent rendition of this dish from Marseille, although surprisingly they don’t have aioli or croutons.

A few superior things at Bedrock: the freshly-baked, hot mini pita bread served with roasted garlic; the sinful but delicious bone marrow; and the very friendly and efficient service staff. Good variety of steak cuts. The problem is they are not as flavourful or as professionally cooked as at premier steakhouses, like Cut, Wolfgang, Morton, or Bistecca. The only reason I go here is because of the various Entertainer discounts.

A few superior things at Bedrock: the freshly-baked, hot mini pita bread served with roasted garlic; the sinful but delicious bone marrow; and the very friendly and efficient service staff. Good variety of steak cuts. The problem is they are not as flavourful or as professionally cooked as at premier steakhouses, like Cut, Wolfgang, Morton, or Bistecca. The only reason I go here is because of the various Entertainer discounts.

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Everything here is more expensive, but it’s delish. The sambal sotong has complex flavours. The Sup kambing is said to feed two, but they must be children, for the portion is not generous.

Had this during heightened alert. For takeaway, hard to tell the difference between the Australian wagyu ($98) and the aged Nagasaki version ($145). Even with 1-for-1 Entertainer offer, it’s overvalued. If you can’t wait until they reopen, go for the cheaper Aussie version. The minuscule tomato salad is good, but is a joke!

Went to sanpoutei as I haven’t been for over a year. The food was ok, but among the least satisfying of the ramen joints in the orchard road area. There are many better ones, at Ion, Paragon, Tanglin shopping centre. Avoid the Onigirazu; it falls apart easily.

Went to sanpoutei as I haven’t been for over a year. The food was ok, but among the least satisfying of the ramen joints in the orchard road area. There are many better ones, at Ion, Paragon, Tanglin shopping centre. Avoid the Onigirazu; it falls apart easily.

We used to go to Bistro du Vin regularly, as the food is reliable and prices are reasonable. A recent visit confirms why we haven’t been back much in recent years. Service is still fantastic - friendly and knowledgeable - and prices are still reasonable. But the food is only average. There are now many restaurants serving very good, satisfying traditional French food that don’t make a big hole in your pocket.

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We love this place - the most innovative and flavourful vegetarian restaurant in Singapore, and one of the best in SouthEast Asia. We ordered takeaway for Vesak day. Even when not consumed on premises, the food is still delish. Portions may have shrunk over time, so be a bit ambitious when ordering!

Ordered delivery during Phase 2. Even after taking into consideration the decrease in quality for not consuming immediately after it’s prepared, the bowl was pretty good, with all the ingredients of above average quality: ramen, dumplings, prawn fritters, char siew. We also ordered dumplings soup. Would we go back? Probably not. It’s good, but not sufficiently great to justify the long queue. We would just satisfy ourselves with nearby ‘I Want My Noodles’ - same same quality lah.