This modest restaurant’s left a big impression on me upon my first visit – now I know Jin Mu is the place to go whenever I’m craving for delicious lamian at a delicious price. Hands down, they have the supplest, springiest lamian in town.
For the pork dumpling lovers out there, you’ll love what they have for starters too. Jin Mu has up to 10 different pork dumpling dishes for you to savor one by one, plus 2 different pork-laden xiao long bao dishes for you to try.
If you’re craving for foods served with the big portions and delicious being so, then you’ve come to the best place in town.
Before my recent visit to Paulaner Bräuhaus, or Paulaner, now that we’re on a first-name basis, I had completely no idea what German food is like and how the rugged Germans will always have a soft spot for beers. Now for those of you who are fellow fans of the brewski, you’re sure going to love this dining spot, because the cold ones here are completely home-brewed, a.k.a. 100% legit. Continue reading →
Faddish eateries come and go, but the mainstay of the local F&B industry are those long-established restaurants that still brought in the big crowds today.
One of the many old school establishments is Laris Manis, a small hideaway that’s been around for at least 8 years now. Its favorite menu item, mie Hing Hua, is a classic noodle dish prepared in the smooth, light, yet tasty way that the Hing Hua people enjoy it.
I first heard about this hideaway from Ivy a while ago. Just the whole fine dining experience in Pantai Indah Kapuk itself, which is rare in the area, has piqued my interest.
Added with the fact that it’s tucked away in seclusion from the busy main road of Jalan Marina Raya1 , I could only grow even more curious. So the other day I finally went to try out Le Signature, and it was simply a pleasure.
It’s been at least three months since Tom Tom first opened. On my recent visit, the seats were still packed. That’s telling, isn’t it?
I have to say, the mod Thai eatery has left a great impression on me. Suffice it to say that it’s got nothing to do with how warm and vibrant the ambiance was (wood-accented furnitures all over, teal and primrose chairs as highlights, plus a long, open kitchen). The only defining factor I’m going to cover is taste.
With this new joint around the block, Pluit residents now have a go-to destination for fresh sashimi.
I was pretty skeptic when I first heard all the hype surrounding this restaurant. Added to the talk, each time I pass by the storefront, the parking lot is always packed like sardines. Because you can practically count how many Japanese restaurants there are in the area with your fingers (excluding those in malls and ramen joints), naturally, Indonesia’s first branch of Hokkaido Fish Market stirs some conversation.