When J told me that we were going to have lunch at this nondescript Thai place at the Adelphi, the first thought that came to mind was “how the f*** did you guys find out about this place.”
It doesn’t have the best location. It’s located on the second floor of a building that most people would not step into unless there was a specific shop they wanted to visit. I guess that if you’re that good, word of mouth really makes the publicity rounds for you. Continue reading
Bird Bird reminds you of one of those street eateries along Bangkok – full of neon lights, metal tables and plastic chairs on the road. The difference is that Bird Bird is located along the hippy-posh area of Ann Siang road and they have a pretty full on alcohol list (wine/liquor/cocktails etc). It’s probably one of the few places on club street where you feel comfortable just wearing shorts and slippers to eat. Continue reading
Managed to try this place out during one of my more flexible days at lunch time. My office is just a short walk from Asia square and thankfully they had available seats so we decided to try out some of their lunch sets here. Folks Collective serves Thai fusion food and seems to have quite value for money lunch sets (presumably meant to appeal to the working lunch crowd) Continue reading
On my birthday this year, my family took me to Yhingthai restaurant at Purvis Street. We hoped that it would turn out to be a better experience than at Gunther’s and we were right. Continue reading
We asked E what she wanted to have for her birthday and she said “ethnic food”. After scratching our heads, we gave her some options and she chose Long Chim by David Thompson Continue reading
There are nights where you go out to town and be seen, there are nights where you just want to go somewhere nearby in a t-shirt and shorts for dinner. Last Friday was a “let’s go somewhere near night”. For a neighbourhood establishment, it was very crowded and luckily we got a table in less than thirty minutes. And the restaurant continued to be full even while we were eating. Families kept coming in to queue up for a table the entire time we were there – certainly a very popular spot.
Neighbourhood eats are awesome. Continue reading