Food Guides


Just 2 months away till 2018, what’s your favourite place to visit so far? This month, we’re excited to get the ball rolling on this new monthly series featuring our choice eats for the month. Tag your favourite place to eat with #anaffairwithfood on Instagram so that we can check them out!


Hollywood fan-fanatics, now there’s one way you can feel closer to your favourite star with their cuvee of choice – Angel Champagne. Currently only available at CURATE, indulge in one of the world’s most expensive brands of champagne while savouring in avant-garde hors d’œuvres created by CURATE’s resident celebrity chef Benjamin Halat.

Must-trys are their Wagyu Beef Sirloin with Burrata Cheese and Truffle Mochi (covered in edible soil) with Brie de Mauxe Potato! Besides the feast-ive celebration, check out CURATE’s ladies’ night with free flow champagne every Friday evening! While you may not actually get to meet the celebrities face-to-face, perhaps indulging in one of their favourite drinks will be an experience nonetheless! Angel at $388++ per person, Taittinger at $128++ per person, Blanc Foussy at $98++ per person.

Address: 26 Sentosa Gateway, Forum, #01-231 & 232, Singapore 098138 (Map)
Opening Hours: Tuesday to Saturday – 6.30pm to 10.30pm (Closed on Sunday and Monday)
Contact: +65 6577 7288

2. DON HO Social Kitchen & Bar

If you’re looking for a spot with shared dining and fresh tropical cocktail creations, DON HO it is! Something about the tropical décor with lots of lush greenery makes you feel relaxed and as though you’re in another country.

While there’s quite a wide selection here, we recommend trying the Avocado Smashed Bruschetta with Feta Cheese for a light brunch item that’s great for sharing. Check out our full review here.

DON HO Social Kitchen & Bar
Address: 1 Keong Saik Road, The Working Capitol Building, Singapore 089109 (Map)
Opening Hours: Monday to Friday – 6pm to 12am, Saturday and Sunday – 10am to 12am
Contact: +65 6223 5001

3. Greendot

A personal favourite of mine, Greendot has always been my go-to place for vegetarian meals. So, when we found out they were offering more items on the menu, we were sold! Greendot has recently unveiled brand-new dishes available exclusively at Paya Lebar and VivoCity outlets. If you haven’t already tried their set meals yet, we recommend going for their latest item first – Laksa Hotpot ($35.90) (ideal to share between 3-4 pax).

Paya Lebar Square Outlet
Address: 60 Paya Lebar Road, Paya Lebar Square, #02-15/16/17, Singapore 409051 (Map)
Opening Hours: 11:00 – 22:00
Contact: 6702 2221

VivoCity Outlet
Address: 1 Harbourfront Walk, VivoCity, #02-150 Singapore 098585 (Map)
Opening Hours: 11:00 – 22:00
Contact: +65 6873 2301


Can’t decide between Japanese or Korean cuisine for your next meal? Well at OMOOMODON, you can enjoy the best of both worlds with their Korean-Japanese fusion concept inspired by donburi bowls. There’s quite a wide selection of ingredients and pre-designed dons: 18 to be exact, with really quirky names like ‘Chick Chat’ (chicken karaage, multi-grain rice, salad) and their newest, ‘Holy Cow’ – all made easy to order at their self-service and ordering process.

The ‘Holy Cow’ was indeed our favourite, a hearty bowl of waygu beef, bulgogi marinated in soy garlic; sweet and spicy beef balls, and topped with an onsen egg with tobikko for extra creaminess. Where else can you get such a nice twist of flavours?

1 Vista Exchange Green, #02-14/15, The Star Vista Singapore 138617 (Map)
Opening hours: Daily – 11.30am to 9.30pm
Contact: +65 6734 1863

5. Orchid Roast Fish

Fresh, succulent fish and 3D viewing? Orchid Roast Fish is Singapore’s first 3D Holographic restaurant known for its speciality roast fish. With quite a number of options, we took the staffs’ recommendations and opted with the Seabass 金目鲈 ($38). It was quite fresh without any fishy odour and had less bones which we preferred! If you like something spicy, try out their Pickled Chili (温柔泡椒) flavour.

Besides a choice of fish dishes, Orchid Roast Fish also offers a ton of seafood options like their Seafood Crab & Lobster Hotpot ($68). The pot is abundantly filled with fresh prawns, clams, scallops, baby lobsters and crab, in mildly spicy mala broth.

Orchid Roast Fish
68 Pagoda St, Singapore 059227 (Map)
Opening Hours: Daily – 11.30am to 11pm
Contact: +65 6221 6369

6. Roast Paradise

If there’s something that would make us come back to a place besides the food, is the good and honest service. We met with Kai, one of the co-owners of Roast Paradise and their Char Siew is seriously one of a kind.

Their Char Siew is really different, nicely roasted in the KL-style! It tastes almost like Bak Kwa, a little charred on the ends while retaining the juicy flavours in the centre. I think we’ve found our new favourite Char Siew Rice stall!

Roast Paradise
51 Old Airport Road, #01-121 Old Airport Road Food Centre, Singapore 390051 (Map)
Opening Hours: Tues – Sun: 11am to 3.45pm, Monday closed
Contact: +65 9786 7396

7. Seorae Korean Charcoal BBQ

With so many Korean BBQ places out there, freshness and wide variety is right up our alley. We checked out Seorae Korean Charcoal BBQ over at their second outlet in JEM and absolutely had our cravings for Korean food satisfied! For those who prefers variations of tastes can try the 2-in-1 Jjigae, with a choice of two Korean broths! We tried both the non-spicy Bulgogi & Gochujang (red chilli) and definitely prefer something less spicy to go with our meats, side servings of noodles, mushrooms and vegetables.

Besides the hotpot, feast on grilled Hangjeongsal (grilled pork jowl) available at your seating area or at the dedicated grilling station.

Seorae Korean Charcoal BBQ
Plaza Singapura
Address: 68 Orchard Road, #02-01, Singapore 238839 (Map)
Opening Hours: Sunday to Thursday – 11.30am to 10pm, Friday to Saturday – 11.30am to 11pm
Contact: 9181 2709

Address: 50 Jurong Gateway Road, #B1-10, Singapore 608549 (Map)
Opening Hours: Sunday to Thursday – 11.30am to 10pm, Friday to Saturday – 11.30am to 11pm
Contact: +65 9199 8729

8. Sugarhaus

Conveniently located just a 5 minutes walk away from Botanic Gardens MRT, the new Sugarhaus showcases a selection of European-inspired homemade ice cream (single scoop: $3.50++, premium flavours: $4.30++). Besides ice cream, there’s also a fine assortment of homemade desserts like the Lemon Popsicle Tart ($8++) – served in the shape of a popsicle and coated with white chocolate!

For those who prefers fancy Instagram-worthy desserts, try the Galaxy Tart ($8++) – a beautiful white chocolate mirror glaze and filled with chocolate mousse, raspberry jelly and chocolate crumble. The safe yet sinful treat is none other than the Rich Man’s Chocolate Cake ($8++).

Address: #01-03A, Serene Centre, 10 Jalan Serene, Singapore 258748 (Map)
Opening Hours: Sunday to Thursday – 11.30am to 10pm, Friday to Saturday – 11.30am to 11pm
Contact: +65 6314 2247

9. Tocha Bistro

Tocha-Bistro_Spicy-Mid-WingsMove over overpriced drinks in CBD, a new joint Tocha Bistro in the outskirts of town is here to stay! We chanced upon this quaint little bistro located along the offbeat Lavender area and instantly felt at home. This bistro offers both an indoor and alfresco seating alongside a wide selection of Western food, bar bites and even better – a set of drinks at really affordable prices. Check out our full review here where we give you the low down on our top 5 items you have to including the Spicy Mid Wings, Carnivore Platter, Double Rock Burger, Grilled Cod Fish and Tocha Top Shells! 

Besides places with rising price tags for beer and food, Tocha Bistro defines happy hour with their Crazy Happy Hour, between 5-6pm daily – where you can get a pint of beer from $7.80 and a bucket at just $25++ onwards (6 bottles). If you’re heading down after work, feet not happy hour extends from 6-9pm.

Tocha Bistro
Address: 500 Jalan Sultan, #01-20 Hotel Boss, Singapore 199020 (Map)
Opening Hours: Daily – 12pm to 1am, Saturday, 12pm to 2am
Contact: +65 6291 7118

10. Wolfgang’s Steakhouse Singapore

Wolfgang’s Steakhouse by Wolfgang Zwiener is finally here on our shores! Having been in some of Asia’s most vibrant cities and globally renowned and visited by many Hollywood stars in the US, this family-run restaurant from New York brings over 5 decades of experience with steakhouses, and offers the very best, top quality dry-aged beef that’s char-broiled to perfection.

Perfect for all celebrations, Wolfgang’s Steakhouse Singapore takes luxe dining straight to their meats. Their tender sub-primal cuts of prime USDA Black Angus Meat is truly something else, aged for 28 days and the result is a tenderized, juicy and deep concentrated flavour – perfect pairing with some German Potatoes and Creamed Spinach. Besides their melt-worthy meats, other must-trys include their Seafood Platter with jumbo shrimp, fresh Maine Lobster and crabmeat!

Wolfgang’s Steakhouse Singapore
Address: 1 Nanson Road, Robertson Quay, #02-01 InterContinental Singapore 238909  (Map)
Opening Hours: Daily – 11.30am to 11.30pm
Contact: +65 6887 5885

With lots of love,
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