Eats: 3 Places to Visit this Long Weekend

Category: Mums Corner

Planning a family get-together, a night out with friends or a date night with the hubby? Choose from these dining spots that are sure to impress and delight.

 

 

Ginza Kamo Soba Kyudaime Keisuke

Holland Village

 

Why you need to visit Kamo Soba Keisuke?

It’s Singapore’s first dedicated duck ramen restaurant – that should be enough to get you out of the house and heading to taste the five ramen choices at this restaurant opened by Chef Keisuke Takeda known as the Japanese ‘Ramen King’.

 

What to eat?

Take your pick from two variations of duck broth (rich and clear), spicy miso, tsukemen (dipping noodles) and mazesoba (dry ramen). Served with slices of premium Irish hybrid duck, customers have the choice to top each off with a marinated soft-centred egg or up-sized as a ‘Special’; which includes seaweed, an egg, two slices of duck and two yuzu duck meatballs.

 

What to drink?

Plans for a Japanese rooftop garden bar are underway so get ready to let loose with beer and sake real soon!

 

 

PORTA Fine Food & Import Company

Park Hotel Clarke Quay

 

Why you need to visit PORTA?

Fancy a spread that promises to elevate your culinary discovery? Dig into PORTA’s refreshed a la carte menu, crafted by newly appointed Executive Chef Alex Phan.

 

What to eat?

If you love PORTA’s award-winning Prawn & Chorizo Pasta; The Porta Burger; and Iberian Pork Secreto, then you’re sure to love the new signatures which include Braised Beef Short Rib, Wild Mushroom Orecchiette and Duck Ragout. If seafood is what you’re after, the Barramundi and Norwegian Salmon are sure to impress.

 

What to have for dessert?

End off the meal with the Strawberry & Basil Panna Cotta or 5-Spice Apple Crumble with luscious crème Anglaise.

 

 

Toriyard

Bishan Park

 

Why you need to visit Toriyard?

Set against the lush greenery of Bishan Park, ToriYard is the first Japanese yakitori joint in the area and is the perfect place to relax after a long week while feasting on grilled meats and drinks.

 

What to eat?

Indulge in classic tori (chicken) skewers, along with grilled beef, pork, seafood and vegetable and watch your meats being cooked with the open-concept grill station. Start off with the Tsukune Ohba Tsutsumi Age (deep fried chicken ball with perilla leaf) and the Onsen Tamago Cocktail (a luxurious combo of onsen egg, foie gras, salmon roe and uni). Be sure to also enjoy the selection of hearty Donburi Sets, Teishoku Sets and Udon/Porridge Sets.

 

What to drink?

While waiting for your order, have a taste of ToriYard’s wide-ranging sake options as well as house-flavoured shochu, aged with coffee, yuzu, grape and apple.

 

 

 

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