Because payday is almost here!
Call it whatever you want: steamboat, hotpot, shabu shabu or sukiyaki--we all love DIY soup. We choose four places and see who does what best.
Feb 14 approaches, and some lovely views and fancy set dinners are in order. Get booking.
Don't worry, it's not all mock meat (though there is some of it). Here are some great places to eat light without having to hit the tofu hard.
Not sure where to head on Feb 14? There's a little something for everyone, from casual dates for new loves to over-the-top affairs where you may just get a ring at the end of the night.
He's one of the Directors of the Les Amis group, a panel judge of the San Pellegrino Asia's 50 Best Restaurants (Mar 9) and a snappily dressed gentleman. So you know he's right.
There are three huge foodie events and something for cocktail fiends, too.
Little India and Geylang may be getting alcohol restrictions, but turnover is alive and well on this party street. This time, say hello to street food and locally-inspired cocktails.
Inside: six-course meals for under $50 and Tunisian food
Obligatory bubbles and seafood aside, there's a mod-Sin takeover and, our favorite, huevos rancheros.
It's not as glitzy as Keong Saik and not as barbecue-heavy as Tanjong Pagar, but Neil Road is still full of little gems.
From swanky date-night classics to Mofo Chili's not-so-date-appropriate spicy squid ink fest.
Whether you like it raw or cooked, hardly anyone can pass up good seafood, especially when it's half-priced.
Bye bye cramped little desks. This one is in a historic shophouse on Keong Saik, with five new restaurants to unwind at after work.