Emerald Hill No 5Cocktail • Singapore
Come for the happy hour drinks and crispy wings.
Breakfast starring waffles with maple syrup and bacon
The Teochew style fish porridge at the corner of the hawker Center next to the carrot cake store is one of the best
Old Town White coffee cafe is popular as ever. But there are other popular restaurants like Poulet that are available.
Amazing Thai Basil Beef and chicken rice at super affordable prices. Warning it is spicy though.
Sad to say, most reviewers are correct. The food is bad. The sundried pesto pasta is really salty and the chicken feels like leftover scraps of chicken.
Newly renovated Chinatown food street is wider, cleaner, has more stalls offering different foods including Indian food and satays, BBQ chicken and is covered by a massive glass and steel roof
For dessert, they have 'Orh Ni' or Yam paste with ginkgo nuts.
Penguins! Tiny penguins can be seen on the rocks at the end of the stone pier. You might have to wait until 9 to 10pm at night though
Their Kurobota Bacon is amazing. Absolutely delicious and it is X-tra crispy the way I like it
There is now a shorter underground pass from the basement shops of Raffles city to Marina Square and Suntec city. Look for an innocuous looking escalated that goes down from the basement level.
Customer service leaves much to be desired. But happy hour is from 11am to 9pm on weekends so I pay $7 for a Glass of house wine. That's a good enough deal for me.
Happy hour on weekends from seven PM to nine PM in the evenings. $10 house wine and select martinis
Best place to have a bowl of hot congee when you're drunk. Opens till 3am
A gorgeous waterfall on the way to whistler. Definite not to be missed!