Fullerton

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The Pelican Seafood Bar & Grill is Singapore’s latest seafood destination, perched along the riverside at One Fullerton. Its trendy concept offers a beautiful selection of fish, molluscs, cephalopods and bivalves to be enjoyed in a modern environment – a chic alternative to Chinese-style seafood restaurants. Spend a lazy afternoon...
Nestled in the scenic Marina Bay area, San-Sui Sumiyaki & Bar is popular amongst those looking to kick back and enjoy the waterfront view over drinks and snacks. On weekdays, the crowd here is made up mostly of working professionals from the Central Business District. The restaurant has both alfresco...
Cold tapas: Pimento (Spanish peppers), Manchego cheese & Serrano Jamon (Spanish ham) on toast Tucked under the Esplanade Bridge, Sol Tasca is a tapas bar that serves authentic Spanish cuisine. Although a tapas bar in appellation, they do have a breakfast menu and a small selection of soups, salads, pastas,...
Kinki Restaurant + Bar is one of those places that you just don’t forget easily. The hip ambience and gorgeous panoramic view of the Marina Bay waterfront are a huge draw. Besides, who can ignore the cheeky moniker? Located at the conservation building of Customs House in the Fullerton Heritage...
Boathouse Singapore, situated at the beautiful heritage building of The Fullerton Waterboat House – replete with the circular stern of a ship – dishes up modern European cuisine. Decked in natural materials and historical artefacts, Boathouse provides an intimate dining area with stylish décor. The ambience isn’t the only thing...
When Raffles Hotel launched the legendary champagne truffle snowskin mooncake in 1994, it triggered a wave of modern mooncakes with novel flavours. Since then, every Mid-Autumn Festival has been marked with exquisite mooncake creations that marry tradition with innovation. For the past month, I have been savouring mooncakes (with the...