All-You-Can-Eat Laksa Steamboat Buffet For Just $21.80/Pax

king's laksa steamboat
 
Steamboat restaurants are a dime a dozen in Singapore, with many offering the usual suspects of soup bases like chicken, mala, tomato and etc. However, local flavored soup bases for steamboat buffets are surprisingly scarce in Singapore, perhaps due to the intricacy and time-consuming process of the recipes. One steamboat restaurant though – King's Laksa Steamboat – has gone the extra mile in boiling up a delectable laksa soup base that hits all the right notes and takes painstaking hours of preparation while simultaneously keeping its buffet prices at an all-time low and stocking quality ingredients.
 

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Koji Sushi Bar: Luxe Artisanal Japanese Dishes with Edible 24-Karat Gold Leaf

koji sushi bar
 
Koji Sushi Bar is a homely yet sophisticated little Japanese restaurant set within walking distance from the offices in the Central Business District (CBD) along Pickering Street, which has amassed a loyal cult following of enamored white-collared customers for its affordable premium culinary offerings kissed by a touch of luxury.
 

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Ah Bong's Italian: This Little Hole-in-The-Wall Pasta Cafe is a Well Kept Secret Among Foodies in Singapore

Ah Bong's Italian
 
Ah Bong's Italian is a little hole-in-the-wall etched into the side of Marrison Hotel, just a stone's throw away from Bugis MRT. This elusive cafe focuses on churning out affordable and authentic pasta dishes along with a variety of sides. This unassuming little bistro is a hot favorite among foodies in Singapore who have been keeping this place covert to prevent their favorite pasta place from overcrowding issues. Now the secret is out.
 

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Rendezvous Over an Opulent Omakase Luncheon @ Chef's Table For Just $58

Chef's Table
 
Deep, rich and intoxicating tendrils of aroma permeate the air as soon as the glass door to Chef’s Kitchen swishes open, gently coaxing and beckoning you deeper within the enclave, right by where the restaurant’s skylight illuminates from the heavens on the Holy Grail of all omakases.
 

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The Quarters: Foie Gras Kaya Toast, Durian Crème Brulee and Other Honest-to-Goodness Local Fare with an Atas Twist

the quarters
 
Mod-sin cuisine is picking up speed among people spanning across all generations here in Singapore, and heralding this revolution would probably be Chef Chung Deming and his passion towards embracing gastronomical traits of the old and elevating that nostalgic experience with new sophisticated flavors.
 

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