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This temple is one of the oldest Taoist Temples in Singapore and started life as a thatched wooden shrine on the waterfront where sailors, gave thanks for reaching Singapore safely which sailors might do on their way to the bars and other delights a few blocks up. It was an interesting temple and definitely worth a look.Note it is also...
Walking through the Central Business District, we did not expect to find anything inspired by Salvador Dali, however, this Homage To Newton and the gravity theory is exactly that: unexpected.
Interesting monument and very close to Cavenagh Bridge.
"Always one of the favorite Jap restaurants in SG"
reviewed December 19, 2019 by Gaiaonthemove
This is one of the best choices in SG if you are looking for omakase with great options and taste.
My family loves the dishes and we would always return when there’s some occasions.
Pictures from my latest visit.
Already planning the next one!
Brought a couple of visitors from Hong Kong to try Hokkien fare, Singapore style, since there are less Hokkien options in HK.
We ordered the Hae Cho (Prawn Rolls) Ngoh Hiang, Fish Maw Soup, Stir-fried Asparagus, fried Hokkien Noodles with shrimp, and Or-Nee (Yam Pumpkin paste with ginkgo nuts) for dessert.
Simple, comforting and good quality fare for just 4...
Really nothing to scream about the interior of this restaurant, very simple, plain and basic. The food is anything but.
Classic Teochew, quite heavy handed with the flavoring I must say. Big, bold and quite in your face. Just look at the darker shades of the braised dishes you will get what i mean. Oh, and lots of spare parts...
This was a return visit, with the last one quite some time ago. We arrived at around 11.40am and was the first to be shown to Level 2 as we were a group of 4. The ground level mainly for customers who comes alone or in pairs.
We ordered 2 portions each of Torikoku ramen and Torikoku Tama ramen and...