Lives in Asia
Since Mar 2005
Alone or in the company of friends and family, I blend into the places I visit like a local...In Europe I only eat Western cuisine...and in Asia mainly Asian cuisine. From the rugged deserts of Arabia to the super posh Hotels of Venice and Rome and Leichtenstein...they have all been home to me at one time or another. Life is short...live it well!
Observation Decks & Towers, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Marinas, Bodies of Water
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Monuments & Statues
Great for chilling out with unique cocktails and Tapas!
Superbo Italian food by Chef Antonio Fachinetti from Italy. Asst F & B Manager Christian Carminetti from Sardinia makes sure everything is tip top! The Antipasti is really yummie!
I was the very FIRST gourmet in the world to match Mooncakes with Moet and Chandon NV Champagne on 28 August, 2008 on the Singapore Flyer. At that time it was the world's biggest and highest giant observation wheel. You can also have dinner her in the evenings while the wheel goes around giving you spectacular panoramic views of the city state.
One of th wonders of the modern world! You must see this!
Small and cosy and good for those who like books! Simple food and coffee or tea. Wine also is available.
Excellent for a really yummie dinner by Head Chef Jonathan Kinsella and his Pastry Chef Benjamin Siwek. The Alsatian Flat Bread and Baked Alaska are superb! Also the cute mini Madeleines dusted with Icing sugar...
Here you see how Singapore has been transformed from a sleepy backwater to become a dynamic city thanks to the late Lee Kwan Yew the 1st Prime Minister and his able and dedicated Ministers. The Theatres by the Bay aka the "Two Durians" due to its resemblance to the King of Fruits.
A nice Italian ristorante with Italian Chefs and an Italian owner.
A cosy pub like bistro with a Swiss Chef.Comfort food in big portions and beer and wines to enjoy.
This is one of Singapore's top hotels where you experience good food, good wines and luxurious accommodation too!
One of the highest places in Singapore which does not have any mountains like Switzerland.
An excellent pool side restaurant with good food in the western style and nice wines and cocktails too.
This is where the locals go for hearty Chinese food and excellent Roast Chicken!
Al fresco poolside dining at its best with seafood specialities
This is the in place for Penang cuisine like Lor Bak, Inche Kabin, Nasi Ulam, Chendol, Ice Kachang, Popiah, Ark Thui Mee Sua and other amazing yummies!
French fine dining with Chef Julien Roeyr who is technically very skillful. I know becaust I am a professional Chef trained by CIA (Culinary Institute of America), le Cordon Bleu Paris. Le Notre paris and more...
A simple Café Bistro for Coffee, Wines, Beers and simple American style food like Burgers and Sandwiches.
This is the Oxford Street and Bond Street of Singapore...full of high end Shopping Centres and posh 5 star hotels. Shop for expensive branded good like Breitling watches, Prada handbags, Gucci perfumes and more...At Orchard Towers you'll find 7 floors of SIN with filles de joie from Thailand, Philippines, Vietnam, China, Russia and more...
A place for Indian food and souvenirs and trinkets. This was also the place where an unexpected riot erupted recently...subsequently blamed on over consumption of Alcohol by the foreign workers working in Singapore from...yes, you guessed it..India and Bangla Desh
Here is the Half -Lion and Half-Mermaid symbol of Singapore known as the Merlion. One of Lee Kwan Yew's ideas who wanted to have a symbol of our City-State just like Paris has its Eiffel Tower and Copenhagen has its Little Mermaid....
This is where you can savour the finger licking good original Chilli Crab. The owner's mother created the recipe years ago. My good friend, Roland is the owner who runs the place with his son and brother. Mum pops in frequently to make sure the XChilli Crab is up to her standard! Also fantastic Dim Sum on weekends!