Food Reviews

A more elegant serving of the Eton Mess.
Simple and charming: A prime roast beef done well is hard to beat.
The roasted fish of the day is a satisfying lunch option.

Food review: The Royal Mail | 3.5/5 More classics redefined

April 24
A revamped menu at The Royal Mail Restaurant & Bar takes a stab at modish British fare
Gallery: Zott’s | 4/5

Zott’s | 4/5

SINGAPORE — The first thing that greets you as you step into Zott’s is an ox taxidermy. Called Hieronymus, it’s the pet of restaurant owner Christian Zott, and acts as the...

Gallery: Food review: Kuro | 3/5
      A playful mix

Food review: Kuro | 3/5 A playful mix

SINGAPORE — Kuro, a new concept restaurant and bar in Clarke Quay, flaunts an eclectic mash-up of minimalistic industrial charm, with bits of history woven in. Juxtaposed...

Royal Pavilion | 3.5/5

Royal Pavilion | 3.5/5

SINGAPORE — Park Regis Singapore’s lobby restaurant has been transformed into a grand Cantonese dining room. At the kitchen’s helm is executive chef Chung Ho Shi formerly from...

Gallery: Caffe B | 3.5/5

Caffe B | 3.5/5

SINGAPORE — A sophisticated Italian restaurant, Caffe B celebrates its third anniversary by incorporating more Japanese elements into its food.

Gallery: Diamond Kitchen | 4/5

Diamond Kitchen | 4/5

SINGAPORE — When a longstanding neighbourhood restaurant closes, its replacement has big shoes to fill. Thankfully, Diamond Kitchen — which occupies the space vacated by the now...

Gallery: Labyrinth | 3.5/5

Labyrinth | 3.5/5

SINGAPORE — The nearly two-month-old Labyrinth restaurant offers some delightfully surprising takes on Singapore’s favourite dishes. Chicken curry, for instance, is served on a...

Gallery: Mykonos On The Bay | 3/5

Mykonos On The Bay | 3/5

SINGAPORE — Mykonos On The Bay, the Greek taverna in the middle of the Quayside Isle, is managed by Executive Chef Mauro Muroni and General Manager Gerri Sottile, both of whom...

Gallery: Gyoza-ya | 3.5/5

Gyoza-ya | 3.5/5

SINGaPORE — If you’re looking for an inexpensive, satisfying meal, then the new Gyoza-Ya, opened by the Akashi Group and located in the quiet basement of Robinsons Orchard, is...

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