Saveur French Cuisine – Singapore

Saveur, located at Far East Plaza Singapore, is known for its decent French cuisine at affordable price. Directly from their website: “Saveur aims to serve her own interpretation of French food, bringing French cuisine to everyone using local products at down-to-earth price. Thus, bringing a whole new gastronomic experience to all.” I reckon they have done a great job! DSC04962DSC04963DSC04966French onion soup with cheese toasted baguette: even though I’m not a fan of onion, I really enjoyed this soup. My only complaint was the toasted baguette, they could have done much better in terms of portion size!
DSC04970Foie Gras with lentils and pickled pearl onion: Well, Foie Gras is one of French’s signature dish, so it’s a must try!DSC04980 Duck Confit (top) and Chicken Roulade (bottom). Both are amazing! DSC04975Overall, with what I paid, I’m very impressed with the quality of food they serve, now I know where to go for French food! Cheers

Saveur: Far East Plaza, 14 Scotts Road #01-7B, Singapore

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Ser Seng Herbs Turtle Restaurant 生城山瑞補品 - Singapore

One of Chinese delicacies: soft-shelled turtle herbal soup. Some love it, some just couldn’t believe that such a food exist.. Either way, if you are interested to try, there are several places in Singapore that serve just that, one in particular is Ser Seng Herbs Restaurant 生城山瑞補品.DSC04941 DSC04943DSC04944 Steam turtle soup: Light, fragrant herbal soup with turtle’s skin and meat. Believe me, they taste delicious! DSC04947Turtle egg: Taste like normal egg to be honest, nothing special about it.. DSC04945Another dish they sell here is Black Chicken Herbal Soup if you decide not to eat turtle.. This one taste a lot stronger, more herby in a way, but still very nice.. I love both of them..

Ser Seng Herbs Turtle Restaurant 生城山瑞補品: 39 Tai Thong Crescent, Singapore

Thai Village Restaurant 泰國村酒樓 Singapore

DSC_0606Thai Village Restaurant 泰國村酒樓 is one of those high-end Chinese restaurants in Singapore, serving chinese delicacies such as Shark’s Fin and Abalone. Also on the menu are fresh crabs, prawns, seafood. Take a look:DSC_0609 DSC_0610 DSC_0649Braised Shark’s Fin with Crab Meat: They always do a great job on this dish, I just can’t stop loving it! DSC_0663Braised duck web: The only place I have eaten duck web.. I mean, you can get chicken feet pretty much at every dim sum restaurant, but duck web..?  Continue reading

Marche Restaurant

First time in Marche Restaurant, I was impressed! Huge hall of food, great variety, all looks mouth-watering good! Most importantly, it’s fresh and healthy.. In the restaurant you will find vegetable/salad sections, bakeries section, rotisserie section, fresh seafood section, drinks and of course, dessert! Below are some of the photos I took, enjoy!

DSC_0403 DSC_0404 DSC_0405 DSC_0407 DSC_0408 DSC_0409 DSC_0410 DSC_0411 DSC_0412I would certainly come back to Marche, the food are up to my expectation and standard, and they were all so good…

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Chabuton Ramen @ 313 Somerset, Singapore

With successful stores in Japan, Thailand, America, Chabuton Ramen, by Michellin-starred chef Yasuji Morizumi, is a must-try ramen chain. Their signature dish Chabuton Tonkotsu Ramen is a must-try.

We ordered that exactly.. Chabuton Tonkotsu Ramen with extra egg, buta kakuni, bamboo shoot, bean sprout. The broth was to die for: rich and creamy with sliced Chasiu Pork garnished with Japanese leek. The chasiu pork was ok, but the buta kakuni (braised pork belly) was melt-in-your-mouth, so good.. The noodle itself is too springy for me, it’s perfect if you love springy noodles but I prefer softer noodles..

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If you prefer spicier option, you can opt for Spicy Tonkotsu Ramen..

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And the Gyoza: pan-fried, crispy skin with juicy pork filling..

DSC03067Overall, i would recommend Chabuton Ramen to anyone who loves ramen..

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Lunch Special @ Tomo Izakaya, Clarke Quay, Singapore

Tomo Izakaya is a Japanese restaurant that serve izakaya-style food (i.e. small plates food to be shared around the table). Tomo izakaya serves quite a wide variety of food, from typical sashimi, rice dishes, noodle dishes, makimono (sushi), yaki mono (grilled dish) to anything in between.

During that particular visit, we had the lunch special: Sashimi Rice Set and also Tofu Salad.

The Sashimi Rice Set comes with generous portion of rice and mixed sashimi on top, miso soup, small portion of Ton Shabu Salad (thinly sliced pork with mixed salad and sesame dressing) and also mixed salad leaf with sesame dressing. Salads were fresh and refreshing, the sashimi were fresh and yummy as it should be!

DSC_0380DSC_0379DSC_0381DSC_0382The tofu salad, I must admit, is a humble simple tofu salad (with sesame dressing) like it should be. The only thing was the avocados they used.. With their quality and priced, they should sort out avocados properly, I don’t quite want to see black avocados on my plate!

DSC_0378Overall, the quality of this restaurant is undoubtedly good (next time I want good avocados though..), but they do use fresh ingredients and taste of their food are simple and nice..