Sapporo Ramen Miharu

Miharu
So our hunt for delicious Ramen in Singapore continues. Today, we arrived at another highly raved outlet at Millenia Walks, which is supposedly serving some delicious Miso Ramen

Miharu
Quite a bit of combinations of ramen from their menu.

Miharu
The gyoza was pretty crispy on the outside but it just lack something that I can’t really pinpoint too.

Miharu
My tsuken men which was a little bland to my taste.

Miharu
The miso ramen is definitely not too bad. I guess, I should always just stick to misa ramen in a place that serves Hokkaido ramen, shouldn’t I?

Miharu
They do provide hot dashi (hot soup) to dilute your dipping sauce from your tsukemen but served in a soba pot :P At least, this point is the same as Japan.

Address:Sapporo Ramen Miharu9, 9 Raffles Blvd, Millenia Walk , 0395967

Ito Kacho Yakiniku

Ito-Kacho
We had some meat cravings and since we were in Orchard that afternoon, decided to check out this place which had high ratings amongst the Japanese community.

Ito-Kacho
Beat thing about having early lunch during weekdays is that you can eat leisurely with no rush.

Ito-Kacho
Looks close enough to what we get in Japan but 2x the price.

Ito-Kacho
Marinated prime cut.

Ito-Kacho

Ito-Kacho
Tempura and fried chicken set for him. We were stuffed full!

Address:Ito Kacho Yakiniku #04-08/09, Mandarin Gallery, 333A Orchard Road, 238897

LeVeL33

Level 33
Visited this place at MBFC twice, once in the day and another time in the night.

Level 33
View during the day, heard that it is really popular with the office crowd during the weekday happy hours.

Level 33
Brunch selection for the day.

Level 33
With one cabbage potato side.

Level 33
For the night, our Japanese friends visiting from Tokyo wanted some food to go with their alcohol. So a big plate of ham platter.

Level 33
Jumbo prawns pasta.

Level 33
T bone steak.

Level 33
Some vegetable sides to make us feel less guilty.

Level 33
A surprise birthday message plate! All 3 of them have birthdays so near to each other.

Level 33

Level 33
Day and night view.

Address:LeVeL33 #33-01, Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 1, 8 Marina Boulevard, 018981

Anti:dote Afternoon Tea Fairmont Singapore

Anti:dote Afternoon Tea Fairmont Singapore
[Throwback February] Some girly time with Yuming who was back in town for CNY in Singapore.

Anti:dote Afternoon Tea Fairmont Singapore
Decided to pretend to be some tai-tais to enjoy some me time, we decided to check out the high tea at Anti:dote in Fairmount.

Anti:dote Afternoon Tea Fairmont Singapore
Reservations are recommended as they have different seatings for their high tea but it wasn’t too difficult to get a slot as I only booked 1 week in advance.

Anti:dote Afternoon Tea Fairmont Singapore
Catching up with her over tea, sweets and the happenings in out lives.

Anti:dote Afternoon Tea Fairmont Singapore
I arrived earlier than my allocated time at 330pm so it wasn’t too packed but the place filled up by 330pm.

Anti:dote Afternoon Tea Fairmont Singapore
You can have the option of choosing the western hot savory which is truffle poached egg which smelled heavenly.

Anti:dote Afternoon Tea Fairmont Singapore
Or the Chinese hot savory which composed of dim sum (ppssssst, I think the truffle poached egg is better)

Anti:dote Afternoon Tea Fairmont Singapore
Than our chest of tasty bites arrived.

Anti:dote Afternoon Tea Fairmont Singapore
Like little girls, we rummaged through the chests, checking out what is inside.

Anti:dote Afternoon Tea Fairmont Singapore
The second drawer of savory bites…..yum!

Anti:dote Afternoon Tea Fairmont Singapore
We left with our tummies fill and heart full of catch up. Hope to see her again soon either in Singapore or Tokyo.

Address:Anti:dote Level 1, Fairmont Singapore, 80 Bras Basah Road, 189560

Ramen Bar Suzuki

suzuki Ramen
[Throwback March] Since our move back to Singapore, We realised that we have been eating out much less compared to what we did in Tokyo. There are various reasons to this and one of the main reasons is that our tastebuds has been thoroughly spoiled by the food we ate in Tokyo. For some reason, we found the food not that tasty here nor the service appealed to us plus the weather is just no helping either. However, we decided to embark on a project to check out the ramen shops recommended by the Japanese community in Singapore as to force ourselves to venture out of our home.

suzuki Ramen
So for our first shop, we chose to check out this ramen bar at Raffles place that is highly recommended for their fresh noodles.

suzuki Ramen
Menu looks very Japanese, and the choices were very similiar to what we would see in Japan.

suzuki Ramen
Looks like this place is opened by brothers who decide to venture out of Japan.

suzuki Ramen
Everything is supposed to be homemade.

suzuki Ramen
Order place is also what we would find in Japan. Both English and Japanese order sheet is available too.

suzuki Ramen
Free flow of hard boiled egg, potato salad and marinated bean sprouts for in house guests.

suzuki Ramen
Miso ramen for him.

suzuki Ramen
Burnt miso ramen for me.

Maybe we went on a Saturday afternoon when the crowd is less, I feel that that the ramen made that day lacks a punch. The noodle texture was good but the soup seemed normal to me. Or maybe it is just the water in Singapore. Sushi san commented that he needs to go back and try on a weekday to see if there is any difference.

Address:Ramen Bar Suzuki #01-01, 61 Circular Road, 049415

Lotus Vegetarian Restaurant

Lotus Vegetarian Restaurant
[throwback February] Since some of our team members at work are vegetarians, so our boss chose a vegetarian place for our team lunch.

Lotus Vegetarian Restaurant
Heard that it is one of the most popular vegetarian places in Singapore. The selection did impress me.

Lotus Vegetarian Restaurant
Most of the food choices were similar to what we would eat at places that serves meat but everything here is Vegetarian.

Lotus Vegetarian Restaurant
Be impressed with the selection.

Lotus Vegetarian Restaurant
Be it steamed, stewed, fried or grilled. You name it, it is available.

Lotus Vegetarian Restaurant
The mock lamb curry was impressive too minus the smell of lamb meat.

Lotus Vegetarian Restaurant
Vegetarian sushi.

Lotus Vegetarian Restaurant
Vegetarian salmon sashimi knocked me off, oh my…the smell and taste was close enough.

Lotus Vegetarian Restaurant
For the light and health conscious eater

Lotus Vegetarian Restaurant
The chicken rice was very yummy too.

Lotus Vegetarian Restaurant
Desserts was pretty normal though.

Address:Lotus Vegetarian Restaurant201 Balestier Rd Quality Hotel Marlow Singapore 329926

Saveur

Saveur
[Throwback] Always heard about this place serving cheap French cuisine and finally had the chance to try it on day after work.

Saveur
We arrived early so the line wasn’t too bad for a weekday evening.

Saveur
Due to its popularity, they have also extended their space with an adjoining shop next door.

Saveur
Pasta with sakura shrimps.

Saveur
Foie gras with lentils.

Saveur
Duck confit, a staple in French cuisine but not exactly my favorite as I always feel that it is too dry for me.

Saveur
Crispy pork belly with poached egg. I still haven’t figure out why the runny egg is paired with the crispy pork belly.

Address:Saveur5 Purvis Street, #01-04, 188584

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