Australian

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With the introduction of a new head chef, Mathew Leighton, Salt Tapas & Bar at Raffles City Shopping Centre ushers in new additions to its menu. The young Sydney native began fostering his culinary skills at the tender age of 18, and is now a charming 26-year-old armed with vast...
Does moist and delicious fresh-off-the-spit chicken sound like your thing? If so, you need not look any further than The Rotisserie. With various outlets located in the heart of the Singapore central business district, this no-fuss eatery serves up freshly roasted chicken, salads and other hearty meals. I hear they...
Launched in October 2011, Toby’s Estate sits in the picturesque enclave of Robertson Quay. At the forefront of the coffee industry in Australia, Toby’s Estate has finally expanded its empire to Singapore where coffee aficionados have been anticipating its opening. The casual café introduces a diverse range of coffee, including...
The Australian-inspired restaurant and bar Barossa has dished up a very tempting all-you-can-eat ribs promotion at Esplanade Mall. Vegetarians, you may want to give this a miss. We’re talking baby back ribs, lamb ribs and grilled pork in an eat-all-you-can feast that is a carnivore’s dream come true! Barossa at...
A little eatery that goes by the name Stevo’s Salads n Such has opened along Upper Thomson Road. While this casual restaurant is small in size, the fine quality of its Australian fares would certainly put its more established Western counterparts to shame. Hailing from Perth, Australia, owner Stephen Singh...
Can you name one place in Singapore that offers the most memorable dining experience? For me, that would most certainly be Rochester Park. Whether it is the 1930s heritage colonial bungalows or the lush garden setting, the environment is one-of-a-kind. In terms of unique ambience, I would be hard-pressed to...
It seems that whenever a Westerner opens a Western food stall in the heartland, Singaporeans would throng the place. Maybe the food tastes more authentic. Or maybe the mental image of a sweaty ang moh preparing your steak makes it all the more appealing. First it was the wildly popular...
Graze at Rochester Park. This restaurant needs no introduction. I have raved about it time and again, and named it in my famous list as the best restaurant I visited in the whole of 2006. Photo by zoovee108 This time round, I brought along two very important persons with me...
It was a night of glitz, free-flowing drinks and food-tasting of a brand new menu at the graze anniversary party. When it comes to food and ambience, graze certainly does not disappoint! As you guys know, I decided to spice things up a little. I wanted a blog reader to...