Hands + Feet Studio

Tucked in the hip heartlands (just around the corner are popular Peperoni Pizzeria and live music venue Quarubar) is this haven for relaxation, which while cozy, spans across a rather large, 1,500 sq.m. space. Here, you can get your nails groomed ($12-62) and painted with hot colors from cult brands NARS and Ginger + Liz, […]

Tamashii Robataya

This joint specializes in Japanese grills or robatayaki served up on long wooden paddles, making for a fun interactive experience. 


This shabu-shabu buffet restaurant offers a range of  meat, seafood and vegetables to be cooked in a variety of soup bases (including tomato and sukiyaki flavors). Great for sharing, steamboat is popular in Singapore no matter what the weather. Here are some steamboat variations you gotta try.

El Rocho’s

Owner-chef Marcus Loh (who trained at the Culinary Institute of America) heads El Rocho’s, which serves Mexican items like Yucatan braised pork ($21), fish ceviche ($17), carne asada ($28), and the classic chicken mole ($19). Taco fan? Us too! Here are some great places to get truly awesome tacos in Singapore.

The Latin Quarter

From the same folks as Colombian restaurant La Barra at The Star Vista, comes The Latin Quarter, a buffet eating spot where diners get a spread of nine-12 dishes, plus dessert for $13.90.