Travels with a Gourmet

a food lover's travels, memorable meals, culinary trials and gastronomic experiences

Sunday evenings are when we have our family dinner out and since Sentosa Cove’s Quayside Isle  is much more pleasant than the overcrowded Resorts World complex, we end up heading there for an early dinner al fresco overlooking the marina.  Since Quayside Isle opened in December 2012, there have been several changes in the restaurant offerings – …

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Bird Bird is the newest restaurant of Singapore’s bad boy chef, Bjorn Shen.  Fans of his popular Middle Eastern restaurant Artichoke, are in for another cheeky surprise with this casual Thai street food restaurant just like those found in the back streets of Bangkok.  The place is simply but thoughtfully designed with mismatched plastic stools, simple wooden tables, multi-colored soft drinks crates stacked …

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After two years and a half in Singapore, I’m starting to play favorites and have become a regular at a few places.  The Lokal, which opened in 2014 has literally become “my local” since Chinatown is the closest restaurant row off Sentosa island and they’re open early for really good breakfasts and strong coffee.  Service is also friendly, although …

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