Red Dot Eats


21 Feb Museo musings

Chinese new year's Eve and I had half day off from work - this automatically called for a girly lunch and cocktails with my sister-from-another-mister Shivali! After much deliberation we decided to go to the romantic Museo at Quayside isle in Sentosa! Yes, we are a loving romantic couple, our husbands have been jealous of our relationship since 2013. A quick cab ride...

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03 Jan Satisfying French offering at Horizon

On the first working day of 2017, we didn't want to have regular food court lunch. So my colleague and I decided to try out this little French bistro called Horizon, at Fragrance empire building in Alexandra. It was drizzling a bit and the weather was perfect for a cute cafe lunch on a Tuesday morning. We ordered their Mushroom risotto with...

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09 Sep Amarone Ristorante Review

It was my fiance's birthday and I wanted to take him to a nice fine dining place. I looked up online and found people raving about this Italian gem in the city called Amarone Ristorante. Its ranked 10th best out of 8,222 restaurants in Singapore on Tripadvisor. I was convinced. I call the restaurant and make a reservation. First, the ambience...

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08 Sep Boy Next Door ‘Dario’

I have lived in West coast for about 3 years now and have never felt the need to eat at any of the restaurants that are 2 mins from my home. Apart from the age old 'Abang' or Niqqi's cheese prata shop, there have been lots of new additions like Al Aleem (similar to the famous local food joint Al...

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23 Jun Getting my desi fix at Swaadhisht

India is diverse in every aspect, whether people, language, music, culture or food. Each state's cuisine has such a unique local touch and flavor that distinguishes it significantly from others. Kerala food is one of our favorites, coconut-ty and spicy in every bite and serving size fit for Kings. It makes our weekend perfect to visit Swaadhisht and wipe off that...

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'Fluffy Little Pillows' Pancakes in berry soup and yuzu jelly

24 Feb Paddy Hills Café, Fusion Brunch

Paddy Hills is the new kid on the block, right where Lim Seng Lee Duck Rice used to be. Everyone working in the area knew where the famous Buona Vista Duck Rice shop was, Paddy Hills occupying that space has some giant shoes to fill. This Australian-Japanese themed Café is great for a brunch. We went there on a Sunday and...

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