Joel Robuchon – Singapore’s only 3-Michelin-star restaurant

Beyond glass doors lies a luxuriously furnished dining room, crowned with a chandelier. A trolley, laden with a range of beautiful loaves and buns, greets you at the entrance, along with staff ever-ready with a smile.

A complete surprise was my birthday meal at Joel Robuchon.

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Jaan at Swissotel, revisited

Had another satisfying gastronomic experience at Jaan at level 70 of Swissotel The Stamford earlier this month – except this time, the modern French restaurant now has one Michelin star (I expected it to have two stars like Odette as I enjoyed my experience here a lot more, but I guess food is divisive and subjective).

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Janice Wong at National Museum

I’ve never been to 2am:dessertbar, Janice Wong’s dessert restaurant, and I rarely go out of my way to have sweet stuff. But the pastry chef’s eponymous restaurant sounded fascinating with its whimsical creations, so I thought I’d stop by.

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Haakon at Holland Village

This small eatery at the first floor of the new Raffles Medical centre about 100m from Holland Village mrt is aptly placed for healthy people 🙂 it doesn’t look like much from the outside, but the food was pretty good!

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Patissez at Holland Village

Patissez is the home of the one and only original FreakShake.

It was freaking disappointing, like the few honest (not invited tasting) reviews I’ve read. If you scroll to the end of the post, you’ll see a photo of 1/4-drank Pretzella shakes which, according to reviews, seemed to be the best FreakShake at Patissez.

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Teppei Syokudo at Ion Orchard

Finally had time to try Teppei’s small new outlet at the food basement of Ion Orchard! 🙂

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