Top 10 in Central, Singapore

Top 10 places in Central, Singapore, Singapore.

Latest Reviews in Central, Singapore

Latest reviews of food and restaurants in Central, Singapore, Singapore.

Do.Main's signature is the Rotisserie Chicken ($19.90), but we were all also drawn to Duck Confit. Well marinated fork tender flesh beneath the crisp skin, served with baked potatoes and spinach.
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I vote this the sexiest egg you can slide into your mouth in one fluid movement.
Let’s break it down à la the slow-mo sequences in John Woo movies:
First,, it stuns with some serious come-hither power. You simply can’t look away from those glistening, glossy tan and black curves.
As it is transported up on its sleek silver eggmobile, anticipation builds, reaching screaming pitch when you feel the cold steel graze your lips.
In slides the whole petite perfection. A split second later, your senses hit the roof.
While the caviar’s cold, tiny balloons of briny creaminess pop, the warm egg explodes. Out gushes thick liquid richness perfumed with an intense smokiness. This simultaneous act is the climax. It’s understandable if you let slip small (or not-so-small) sounds of pleasure.

You know I love hotpots despite the sweltering weather these days. The soup base options here attracted me, with interesting flavours such as curry beef, and several different herbal soup bases. Here we have the “cordycep” (really I only saw 金针花) black chicken soup and the herbal soup. The buffet selection is adequate and fresh; the meat platters while frozen are generous and tasty. The prawns and scallops exceeded expectations. I enjoyed the soup which is light and warming. Best part, the buffet comes with free flow 小笼包 xiaolongbao. No more having to go to Holland V for Crystal Jade! While priced slightly more than other steamboat buffet places, seem to have better quality dishes. The joint was crowded for dinner so I suggest making reservations.

I usually will head over to Salted Caramel for its salted caramel ice cream (not a tough decision) since it has to be their signature that they even named the cafe after the flavour. With so many places nowadays focusing on making food look “instagrammable”, I very much prefer to fall back on the unpretentious and true to its original form of ice cream and waffles. To me, most if not all of the time, less is more and simplicity always win.
Salted Caramel
Address: 246F, Upper Thomson Road, Singapore 574370

Loved every dish Chef Luke sent our way, including this Mieral Duck which is only available in limited quantity each day. The fourteen-day dry-aged French duck is slow roasted on the crown to keep the meat pink and juicy, then served with a braised Tokyo turnip and bitter chocolate truffle sauce. Oh and a side of duck essence spiked with Armagnac to be drizzled on the meat or to have as a shot on its own. Of course you know what I did! More on Link in bio.

A moist beef patty fornicates with caramelised onions and pickles, blanketed by melted cheddar and their PBD sauce. I’m lovin’ it. @parkbenchdeli
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Last 3 days of Ginza Bairin’s 1 for 1 set meals as their closing promotion (till 23rd)! The queue extended to Daiso and we waited for about an hour before getting a table. The orders came quickly after and they didn’t compromise on the quality despite the crowd. Our katsu came with a crunchy non-greasy breaded crust while the meat within had that tender + slightly chewy bite. The set came with a bowl of miso soup, rice and the familiar pile of cabbage with sesame dressing - was very filing!

Their strawberry cake taste very milky. And it’s very creamy too. The fruits on top is not fresh at all. But they were having promotion together with the rainbow cakes.
However their take away cup for the drinks is very cute! (:

Almost Friday but we still have long list of things to do. Long brunch break is one way to unwind. @joendough 😜
⏰ Clockwise: Coconut Chocolate $5.60, Choc Brioche wreath $3.50, Blueberry Scone $3.40 & Dr Joe 1914 $5.50

Former assistant head chef(and newly minted head chef) Miller Mai introduces a bevy of new dishes that still keeps true to the New Asian roots of Ding Dong. The surprise stunner on the plate is the chilly, tangy sorbet that’s an unsuspectingly great pairing with the fish. What a way to whet the appetite.

<< Invited Tasting >>

Taste: 3.5/5

Set lunch from starter, main course and drinks.
You can choose from:
💕Soup of the Day, Caesar Salad, or House Salad

Main Course:
💕Grilled Tilapia.
💕Buddha Bowl.
💕Lemon Chicken Sandwich.
💕Merguez Pasta (my fav) .

Soft Drink & One scoop of Ice-cream

Set lunch promo only valid for dine-in only from 12pm-3pm
📍Brewerkz Riverside Point.
301 Merchant Rd.

Thank you @foodgemsg for our lunch date.

Sakura Tendon ($19.00)
Seasonal tendon @Kohakutendon is this sakura tendon that’s chock full of ingredients all carrying a pinkish hue. Notable tempura pieces includes soft shell crab, prawn, dry sakuraebi, squid, chicken breast and bamboo shoot drizzled with a generous layer of metai mayo. I’m most amazed by the bamboo shoot which is usually too pungent for my liking but I ate this with much satisfaction. As usual, all the tempura coating the tendon was light and crispy and each piece was fried to perfection. I judge this from the chicken breast piece that remain juicy and tender despite having been deepfried. My only issue with this tendon bowl was the cresson/watercress leafs that did little to enhance the flavour of the bowl with its rather raw taste.