Film festivals and photo exhibitions to check out, along with new places to eat and drink to get you through to the weekends.
They're completely non-toxic and will last for eight hours.
Early Christmas shopping, anyone?
Time to save up.
Flea markets, sneaker conventions, secret dance parties and a debate on love.
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Specializing in Japanese-European cuisine paired with wine, sake and whisky, Kagurasake is one of a very small handful of excellent Japanese options on Duxton Hill. The elegant, gray-and-beige space fills up most nights of the week with Japanese businessmen and a few adventurous Singaporean foodies, many congregating at the bar where they start with a […]
Tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the city in the boutique Amoy Hotel, Jin Fine Dining presents authentic and affordable Japanese cuisine under chef, Ray Phun. High ceilings allows natural light to bathe the main dining hall in a warm glow, but for intimacy, diners can choose one of four private rooms, which […]
Fresh from a facelift and relocation, Hashida Sushi Singapore is once again wowing diners with its exquisite rendition of fine Japanese cuisine, served up in omakase meals. Helming the kitchen is the energetic and personable Kenjiro Hashida, who brings with him the legacy of the Hashida family, passed down to him by his master sushi […]
Walk by on a busy night, and you might miss one of the most unassuming and amazing yakitori joints in town. Run by the smiling and unpretentious chef-owner Ikeda Kenichi and his wife Yoko, Gosso is a cozy little spot with black walls covered in sake labels and old pictures, full of Japanese businessmen at […]