Aug 29 2009

La Cantina At Changi Village

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Tucked away in the seclusion of Changi Village, away from the hustle and bustle of the city, is where you can find La Catina, one of the finer Italian restaurants in Singapore.

It all started with me emailing Camemberu for some suggestions on a place to celebrate a friend’s Bday, and then it was narrowed down to La Cantina, which I thought was an excellent choice in the end.

Located on the top floor of Changi Village Hotel (previously known as Le Meridien Changi), customers will get an unparalleled sea view with ships docking in the horizons. Every few minutes you’ll see planes taking off and landing. Best part is you can’t hear the noise from inside of the restaurant. Continue reading


Aug 5 2009

Oriole Cafe & Bar At Pan Pacific Suite

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Tucked away in a cosy corner of Somerset, Orchard Road is Oriole Cafe & Bar. A small little restaurant that serves Italian food, with a very interesting specialty which I’ll come to in a bit.

The restaurant setting gives diners a very cosy feeling to it. Candles were lit all around the place, and the service staff was extra attentive, and maybe just maybe a little too friendly. Its the kind of place you’ll bring your date for a nice meal that probably won’t burn your pocket. The only draw back is that the tables are packed quite closed together, and when the restaurant is full, it may get a little too noisy. Continue reading


Aug 1 2009

Werner’s Oven At East Coast

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If you’re looking for authentic German food, with a little touch of home-cooked warmth and cosy-ness, then Werner’s Oven is just the place for you. Tucked away in the bustling food street around Siglap is a little cafe style restaurant serving one of the most authentic pork knuckles you can find in Singapore.

Werner’s started out as a small German bakery in the late 1980s. Over the years they’ve expanded from a small outlet to a decent sized cafe style eatery in Siglap that serves anything from Oxtail Stew, to Home-made German sausages, Pork Knuckles and imported German beer. Continue reading