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When to this place with high expectations but in the end, just a another one of those independent places who try to be different but end up falling short. Food is average. Nothing fantastic. Everything on the menu is just a rehash of a current dish or previous stuff. Nothing's original. If you look at all thier photos, its always the same few things on the plate. So much for a place and head chef who prides itself in offering original creations. Service is slow and messy and waiters seem to know nothing. Only the 2 bosses seems to be able to do anything. And that in my opinion shows a flaw in the management of the restaurent. Worth only a single visit. Will not return.
Newly opened, National Gallery Singapore's restaurants Odette, Aura, Yan, Smoke & Mirrors, National Kitchen, Gallery & Co. threaten to steal the show from the largest public collection of Singapore and Southeast Asian modern art
Eating in just got a lot more interesting with the newly opened Huber's Butchery where you can find anything from affordable kale, hormone-free meat from USA, Thomy mayonnaise, gluten-free sausages and more than 100 types of cheese. Here's what we bought
Indian food isn't all curries, thosais and kebabs. There are foods from a number of India's 29 states available on our island. We dig up the lesser known dishes, from street eats to finer fare to satisfy the homesick Indian expat and the Indian food enthusiasts