The Tree Top Lofts

The buzz: The newest addition to RWS (they’re not even open to the public yet), these natural timber houses stand in stark contrast to the rest of the colorful man-made leisure center.  The facilities: Their butlers will drive you by buggy to any restaurant or attraction at RWS. The details: Choose from two houses, Angsana and Tembusu, standing […]

Little Diner

Little Diner serves large portions of New York-style comfort food. Executive chef Michael Quinn, originally from Kerry, Ireland, lived in New York City for 12 years. Expect dishes such as Lafayette crab cakes with corn salad ($12.50), Rosario’s fried risotto balls with basil pesto ($10.50) and fillet of Atlantic salmon ($23.50). To go with the […]

7 Sensations

This holistic and vegetarian restaurant doesn’t stint on full-bodied flavor, showcased by their dishes like Vietnamese rolls, lasagna, potato au gratin, fish curry and moussaka.


Expect crisp tonkatsu (pork cutlet) from this Japanese chain with the usual accompaniments of finely shredded cabbage, condiments on the side, and sesame seeds ground using mortar and pestle. You can enjoy the meat with the daikon mizore (grated Japanese radish) topping mixed into ponzu sauce.

Hog’s Breath Café Australia’s Steak House

Enjoy special prices on house pour spirits ($9), draft beers (from $10) and house pour wines ($9.50). Every Wednesday, get 50% off cocktails and martinis (from $13) from 5pm till closing.

Top 10 Things to Do in Singapore this August

Possibly the hottest (both literally and figuratively) month of the year in Singapore is August, which brings some of the best international acts the city's ever seen to the stage. Here are the concerts you shouldn't miss, as well as other events worth making time for.

Pizzeria Giardino

One of the successful establishments by the Esmirada group, this restaurant and bar serves a range of cocktails like bellini and martinis. Bottled beers are available as well.