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Greenwood Avenue welcomes four new restaurants

Greenwood Avenue welcomes a host of new eating outlets: French restaurants Shelter in the Woods and L’Assiette, as well as Peranakan eatery The Patio and Italian establishment 8 at Green.

Restaurant Review: I-S checks out aviation-themed sushi restaurant SushiAirways

I-S reviews airplane-like food and beverage outlet SushiAirways in Kampong Glam for solid Japanese fare and soothing service. “Gimmick aside, the food is actually pretty good and the service better than at most local joints. The menu comes care of chef EC Wong, formerly of Grand Hyatt Singapore’s mezza9, who dishes out a respectable array […]

Interview: Tash Aw

Acclaimed writer Tash Aw talks to us about Shanghai, Singapore, and why we are more interesting than dragons and zombies.

Bike Review: Storck Multiroad

The award-winning hybrid bike is finally available in Singapore—we take it out for a trek to see if it's worth all that coin.

The Patio

Peranakan eating house The Patio is run by husband-and-wife team Kelvin Chua and Emily Goh. They serve up traditional recipes such as ngoh hiang (from $5), deep-fried pork rolls, itek tim ($18), duck with salted vegetables and babi ponteh ($15), braised pork belly with mushrooms and potatoes. Peranakan food is one of Singapore’s favorite and […]


L’Assiette is run by the same folks as Robertson Quay eating place Les Bouchons Rive Gauche and Ann Siang Hill restaurant Le Carillon De L’Angelus. They serve classics like steak tartare ($32) and pike fish quenelles ($28). There’s also an affordable set lunch available at $38 for three courses including starters like chicken pate and […]

Shelter in the Woods

The buzz: After underoing renovations, the homey French restaurant is back with Chef Masashi Horiuchi (who has worked at Michelin-starred establishments before) at the helm. They’re still putting out the same rustic food, but with more finesse.    The vibe: A tavern-like eatery with a heavy wood bar and heavy wooden tables, a faux fireplace […]