Wasabi Tei (Far East Plaza): where you’ll find good sashimi at the right place

I ended up having quite an adventure looking for good sushi in Singapore. It all started with a craving when a friend posted mouth-watering photos of chirashi on Instagram. She mentioned it was from a stall in Far East Plaza, a shopping centre with independent boutiques and beauty salons catering to the…

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MASH London: where we ate like Gordon Gecko and Patrick Bateman

MASH Steakhouse has an old school masculine vibe which I like; the place is set a couple of floors underground and it almost feels like an exclusive speakeasy until you see the wall of butchered meat behind the bar. On a Tuesday night, the clientèle was dominated by suits and…

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Tomi Sushi (Novena): where every visit is safe and reliable

My relationship with Plaid Boy was never the best-foot-forward type (I thought he was a cheater, he thought I was less than puritanical) because we started as really good friends. Perhaps the lack of physical proximity (him in NYC, me in LDN) made us more brazen and comfortable enough to share…

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Tanjong Beach Club (Sentosa): where we got our beach fix in the Lion City

Every time I go on holiday and find myself relaxing on a beach during a schoolnight, I try my hardest to refrain from singing “Is this the real life? / Is this just fantasy?” out loud for Freddie Mercury, I am not. Truth is, I do feel a teensy bit guilty for…

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Tatsuya (Goodwood Park Hotel): where premium sashimi comes with a premium price

I must’ve missed Japanese food so much because it was all I ever really wanted to eat on my recent Singapore trip. When my friend T asked what I wanted for our lunch date, I automatically answered sashimi. She suggested we meet at Tatsuya in Goodwood Park Hotel. (Photo credit)…

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