Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Bibigo @ Marina Bay Financial Tower 3

Fresh and healthy Korean cuisine at Bibigo. This is one of my latest favourite restaurants that we like to visit especially at the MBFC Tower 3 outlet. The reason is because there are lesser people over there after work. Bibigo is definitely a nice place to go if you are craving for fast and yummy Korean food and do not want to spend a bomb over a meal.
We have patronised the restaurant for at least 4 times and we have tried most of the recommended dishes. The only thing to comment was that the menu don't look attractive at all but yet the food is surprisingly delicious and surprising! Below are some of the food I had in my latest visit.

Seafood Pancake! This is really tasty. 

 Ginseng Chicken. Really like the way they present the food and is really tasty. The sauces were great to go along with the chicken.

 Fried Mandoo with fried ginger strips
Bibimbap - Choices of different types of Rice, Toppings and Sauces

Bibigo12 Marina Boulevard
MBFC Tower 3, First Level
Singapore 018982

Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Tampopo Japanese Famiy Dining Restaurant

Tampopo is quite a famous Japanese restaurant located at Liang Court Shopping Centre for years. We were invited together with Jake's uncles to join them for dinner. They had collected enough points or stamps that entitled them for dinner up to max of 8 people and all food are at a 50% discount price!!! There were like four of us only but we managed to order quite a lot and the bill was only like $200++!

My Love~~ Sashimi!!! We had prawns, toro, uni, scallops, salmon belly. It was ashamed that we did not order more Toro because the original price is $30 for only 3 pieces per order. We only ordered for two servings =( Their sashimi are fresh and tasty except their Uni had a funny little taste. 

Black Pork Truffle Fried Rice - This is really one of my favourites and must have if going to Tampopo. The truffle taste is wonderful and compliments very well with their fried rice.
Cheese Chiffon Cake - Fluffy cake with not much cheese in it and it was quite dry. I still prefer their recommended fruits scoop cake.

Prawn Tempura~ Slurps!

We also ordered many other dishes like the Unigi Rice Set, Pork Shabu Shabu and Ramen. Do check them out...

Tampopo Singapore
177 River Valley Road
#01-23/24 Liang Court Shopping Centre
Singapore 179030

Another outlet is located @ Takeshimaya (Ngee Ann City).

It has been donkey years since we last updated and hopefully we can keep it alive longer this time round. Enjoy!

Monday, June 30, 2008

Asian Kitchen Teahouse






Name: Teahouse the Asian Kitchen
Venue: Raffles City #B1-15

Sunday, June 29, 2008







Name: Indulgz Bistro
Venue: No. 9 Tan Quee Lan Street #01-01

Sunday, June 8, 2008

新旺香港茶餐厅 Xin Wang Xiang Gang Cha Can Ting





Name: Xin Wang Hong Kong Cafe
Venue: Anchor Point #01-07/08
*** Do visit for other outlets details!

Sunday, June 1, 2008

Leterrase Cafe, Orchard Parade Hotel

After getting my pay, I straight away took a look at the citibank webpage to check for any 1 for 1 buffet promotions. And there I saw the Porridge Buffet at Orchard Parade Hotel.. and decided to bring J there for a treat.

Well, the food is not that fantastic but is good for those old people i think. Lols. Goodwood Park porridge buffet is still the best ya..


The desserts that they have... Cheng Teng... wanted to eat the yam paste but whenever I want to take some, the pot went empty =\ sad case


Common teochew dishes to go with white porridge. Salted Eggs, Ngoh Hiang, Luncheon Meat... and Peanuts... and...


steamed meat! salted fish.. Mui Chai..



Chicken Feet! Not very good.. no taste


Special fish porridge they have...


Pig Trotter.... no taste too



and other assorted desserts..

Name: LA Terrasse Cafe
Venue: Orchard Parade Hotel

Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Hosoi Teppanyaki House

This should be the most expensive teppanyaki I ever ate so far. Could have been more expensive if we ordered 2 "high class" set meals instead of one.

We arrived quite early that day and strolled in circles (literally) before deciding to take Cheryl's recommendation. But we had got different objectives. While I was trying to spot for good food and ambience, L was trying to spot for the handsome chef Cheryl mentioned. Oh wells...

From the outside, the place has impressive interiors exuding style and glamour. But surprisingly, as we approach the podium, we were greeted in Mandarine. I wonder which part of us looked like China people. As it was still early, we were the only ones there the moment we stepped in, and we were ushered to this particular table at the back, which I would refer to the "low class" table hereon

Not long after that, some 3 ang mohs came in and they were lead to another table near the entrance, which conversely, is the "high class" table. Then followed by another pair of casually dressed Singaporean chinese coming to our table, then another few rich looking men came in and sat where the ang mohs were.

Soon we started to suspect that they judge their customers by their appearance and segregate us according to our perceived spending power. Utensils at the high class table were of the fine dining setup like they had napkins but ours was similar to the foodcourt teppanyaki with only paper serviettes (tissue paper) to contend with. Our suspicions were later confirmed when I order the "high class" lobster set meal. They changed my cutlery and gave me the silky red napkin which the high class table is using.

Another ridiculous thing we were absolutely unhappy with is that they actually cooked the food all at the high class table. We were completely ostracised. And the supposedy teppanyaki experience turned into a normal a la carte dinner.


High class appetizer: The overcooked lobster (not bad still)


Low class meat: messy teppanyaki chicken and fish.


High class soup: campbell clam chowder


Low class miso soup and white rice


High class main: chewy sirlion steak (this was the best of all)


Low class vegetables: average bean sprouts and kai lan.


High class dessert: red bean crepe weird-combi with fruits


Alacarte appetizer order: inside-not-very-cooked goose liver (still nice)

Name: Hosoi Teppan-Yaki House
Venue: Suntec City Mall Central (#B1-058) Near the fountain area