Nuvo Restaurant – Contemporary Italian with a Touch of Japan [Closed & Relocated to Customs House]

NUVO Restaurant and Lounge - Contemporary Italian cuisine infused with Japanese elements and cooking techniques. You can expect quality dining experience at NUVO, a gourmet restaurant at Marina Square's The Dining Edition. This is possibly one of the best hidden dining spots in Marina Square. Read on to find out more.Helmed by Executive Chef Mark Richards…

Unlocking A Secret Hideout – Probably One of Singapore’s Best-Kept Secrets

Singapore is becoming more crowded to go. I particularly like to chill out at coffee places and cafes, and during weekends it is so hard to have quality time with my love ones.  Thanks to my friend Phil, I discovered a great new place to chill (in fact 3 weeks ago but only made a…

boCHINche Weekend Brunch – Elements of Great Food and Drinks with Argentinian Influences

I have been to boCHINche on three different occasions for both brunch and dinner. This is my fourth visit to boCHINche and it was an invitation from the Spa Esprit Group, who carries 17 distinct lifestyle brands - both beauty and F&B in Singapore and internationally. In case you are not aware, they are the same…

The Pelican Seafood Bar & Grill – Waterfront Seafood Dining

(Photo Credit: The Pelican) The Pelican Seafood Bar and Grill  Located at One Fullerton, the chic and laid back Pelican offers classic American cuisine with a focus on fresh seafood and wood-fired grilling. The Pelican was developed by the dynamic local hospitality group - The Big Idea, whose other successful F&B concepts include Fat Cow,…

Tiong Hoe Specialty Coffee – Tasting Coffee with a Difference

Tiong Hoe was started in 1960, by Mr. Tan Tiong Ho whom is a specialist in roasting gourmet coffee, manufacturing and packaging beans to kopi tiams and other coffee houses around the island.   Apart from being a coffee roaster and supplier, Tiong Hoe provide tea but mostly coffee equipments, and other related accessories from…

All Day Dining Hawker Fare at The Clifford Pier

The Clifford Pier Built in 1933, Clifford Pier was a landing point for immigrants and other sea passengers. The pier was later used as a terminal for tourists and day trippers who boarded small boats and ferries heading for the Southern Islands. I can vividly remember those childhood days where I departed from Clifford Pier…