Hungry? There you (ought to) go.

Set lunches are the easier way out if you’re not willing to spend too much on a place you’re not quiet sure of. Ikyu certainly did well with what they offered - we had grilled edamame with truffle oil, grilled spicy cod roe, and their appetizer-sized kakiage (battered vegetables) was pretty good.
My main was a grilled kampachi (Amberjack) bursting with flavour and a simple bowl of rice with bits of fish. The accompanying bowl of soup went cold a little too fast for my liking, though. All in all, I’d definitely return for more.
Ikyu5 Yong Siak StreetSet lunches are the easier way out if you’re not willing to spend too much on a place you’re not quiet sure of. Ikyu certainly did well with what they offered - we had grilled edamame with truffle oil, grilled spicy cod roe, and their appetizer-sized kakiage (battered vegetables) was pretty good.
My main was a grilled kampachi (Amberjack) bursting with flavour and a simple bowl of rice with bits of fish. The accompanying bowl of soup went cold a little too fast for my liking, though. All in all, I’d definitely return for more.
Ikyu5 Yong Siak Street

Set lunches are the easier way out if you’re not willing to spend too much on a place you’re not quiet sure of. Ikyu certainly did well with what they offered - we had grilled edamame with truffle oil, grilled spicy cod roe, and their appetizer-sized kakiage (battered vegetables) was pretty good.

My main was a grilled kampachi (Amberjack) bursting with flavour and a simple bowl of rice with bits of fish. The accompanying bowl of soup went cold a little too fast for my liking, though. All in all, I’d definitely return for more.

Ikyu
5 Yong Siak Street


Golden Mile Complex hides all sorts of treasure, including Diandin Leluk, a very bang-for-your-buck Thai restaurant. That creamy green curry, (if you prefer) ketchup-y Pad Thai and mango sticky rice left us rather happy and more than willing to come back for a second round soon.
Diandin LelukGolden Mile Complex5001 Beach Road#01-67/68/69Golden Mile Complex hides all sorts of treasure, including Diandin Leluk, a very bang-for-your-buck Thai restaurant. That creamy green curry, (if you prefer) ketchup-y Pad Thai and mango sticky rice left us rather happy and more than willing to come back for a second round soon.
Diandin LelukGolden Mile Complex5001 Beach Road#01-67/68/69

Golden Mile Complex hides all sorts of treasure, including Diandin Leluk, a very bang-for-your-buck Thai restaurant. That creamy green curry, (if you prefer) ketchup-y Pad Thai and mango sticky rice left us rather happy and more than willing to come back for a second round soon.

Diandin Leluk
Golden Mile Complex
5001 Beach Road
#01-67/68/69


These days, I’m not feeling much of an urge for Japanese food in Singapore. Perhaps it’s the “nothing special” packaging and combination of the types of items, and perhaps I just miss eating in Japan.
I’m really glad to visit Kuriya (because of a particular piece of investigative journalism, heh) and even more glad to say I really like the place! 
I had the Tsubodai (Japanese Armourhead) and sashimi set, with a rather decent and filled-with-ingredients chawanmushi. I’m particularly impressed by the service we received, and the fact that the private rooms are rather affordable to use (not that we used any this visit). The only thing to note is: it’s rather pricey an experience with sets going upwards from $40.
Kuriya DiningGreat World City View Larger

These days, I’m not feeling much of an urge for Japanese food in Singapore. Perhaps it’s the “nothing special” packaging and combination of the types of items, and perhaps I just miss eating in Japan.

I’m really glad to visit Kuriya (because of a particular piece of investigative journalism, heh) and even more glad to say I really like the place! 

I had the Tsubodai (Japanese Armourhead) and sashimi set, with a rather decent and filled-with-ingredients chawanmushi. I’m particularly impressed by the service we received, and the fact that the private rooms are rather affordable to use (not that we used any this visit). The only thing to note is: it’s rather pricey an experience with sets going upwards from $40.

Kuriya Dining
Great World City