Ramen joints are aplenty in Singapore and Miharu is one of the few places that have remained consistently on the tip of people’s tongues. Located at Gallery Hotel, I finally got the chance to try them when I happened to be in the River Valley area. Expectations of my ramen dinner was pretty high after years of recommendations from friends.
So where the bloody hell were you!
(if you find that offensive, that’s made in reference to the slogan of one of Australia’s tourism campaigns)
Sitting along the riverside at Rodyk street, Australian Toby’s Estate is one of the newest kid on the block, known for their coffee and coffee roasts. Coffee, river, brunch and ang moh baby eye candies? I’m loving them already.
Hummerstons is a fairly new restaurant/cafe/bar establishment in the Robertson Quay area. Hidden on the second floor, the place was pretty empty on a late Saturday night, though I heard they have been gaining popularity for their brunch. You would think that an area like Robertson Quay will have places that open till late night but a lot actually close around 1am? Settled down at Hummerstons partially because they open till 2am.
Wine Connection has always struck me as a pub, and one that expats like to frequent, judging by their evening crowd. So to my amazement one Friday night, I discovered it is actually so much more! It’s a casual bistro that serve a small menu of simple western mains, pastas and desserts, a wine shop, and cheese specialty shop all rolled into 2 adjacent shop spaces at Robertson Walk.
The Robertson Quay area is my new dining obsession. And first up is Bella Pizza! Heard some good things about them, was hoping that the effort taken to travel to Robertson Quay will be dutifully rewarded at dinner.