Below is the stall from Antoinette that’s found in Bugis Junction’s Food Fiesta 2016! (ended)
I’m Dancing (with the) Crab ~
Nah I’m just joking I don’t even dance. But what I really do is bring to you some of the best seafood dishes in Singapore @ Dancing Crab!
For those who do not drive, the food heaven at Dempsey would probably be quite far for you (no MRT near it), but the drive (pun intended) to indulge in some of the best brunches in Singapore would probably be enough to push you to walk all the way in to Dempsey, working off some of those calories that you’ll probably convince yourself that you deserve to consume later on.
Ladies and gentlemen, behold the Disgruntled chef!
Sandwiched between Kushin Bo and Eat at Seven, the two big players of Japanese Cuisine, is where Sumiya can be situated. But do not be deceived! This Japanese grill and sushi bar would flame your lunch with their affordable lunch sets!
Being part of Eat at Seven, which houses seven Japanese dining concepts under one roof in Suntec City, Maguro Donya brings to us the freshest Blue Fin Tuna cuts you can ever imagine.
Aoki – a small restaurant tucked away in a corner of Shaw Centre, along a hidden street that leads in from the busy Orchard Road. It took me some time to figure out where it was, with no typical large signboards that spell AOKI, but rather 2 simple Japanese words to denote its inconspicuous location.
Don’t be fooled by its low-lying, zen profile though, for this place have attracted tons of foodies, and its limited capacity only means your entry would be denied without reservations!
…poached eggs, solid on the outside while runny and liquidy on the inside, paired with dollops of hollandaise sauce and warm brioche/bread, together with some ham/bacon/salmon – typical profile of an Eggs Benedict. This comfort food is enjoyed by all, all day, especially for those of us who can’t really get up early enough in the mornings to enjoy it.