Our lunch stops were much more memorable than our dinners but to be fair, Wairau River Wines and Saint Clair Family Estate Vineyard Kitchen had set the standards really high.
Having lunch at a winemaker’s restaurant never disappointed, but dining in a vineyard setting makes the experience much more special.
We came here to celebrate our first anniversary and as they say: happy wife, happy life.
Amidst the concrete jungle of City Hall is a conspicuous newcomer to the area’s dining scene. The Botanic stands out against Raffles City’s façade almost like it’s too biophilic for the shopping mall’s dull grey exterior, as if it would be better suited for a spot in the likes of Dempsey Hill or the Singapore Botanic Gardens.
Le Binchotan is proof you don’t need to be smack in the middle of a high foot-traffic location for your business to thrive.
Having been around since 1896, J Sheeky has established itself as a fine seafood institution after more than a century of operation.
If you’re in London and have a craving for some roast chicken, forget the restaurants – this is the place to check out.
The Dashwood Restaurant’s modern British dishes left us pretty impressed.
Tablescape has ambition and endeavour, but only time will tell if it will succeed in becoming a dining destination.
Frank Bruni of The New York Times had called this place The French Laundry of Scotland, years before it was awarded its first Michelin star in 2014.