The Southside’s first Japanese restaurant, Shoku, offers universal appeal, four prime cuts of beef, three types of noodles and one bad-ass fish.
From iconic Parisian patisseries to cafés inspired by the City of Light, French confections are taking Singapore by a sugary storm.
Commonly seen as a Spanish concept, tapas are gaining an all-new identity as more local eateries are giving them an Asian spin.
Celebrity chef David Myers’ trump card at his first Singapore establishment is his cross-cultural menu.
Yet another restaurant is carving itself a niche in the celebrity chef scene by putting an unconventional spin on Japanese fare.