This 60-seat shophouse restaurant—featuring exposed brick walls and dark leather chairs—was designed by Japanese firm Lack Land. The place draws a good crowd of Japanese expats and locals with their affordable set meals: Lunch will set you back just $29 while dinner goes for $69. They also offer a la carte dishes including mushroom risotto ($12) and king crab croquettes ($13). Drink-wise, there’s solid selection of wines to go with the food from affordable bottles like Santa Helena sauvignon blanc 2014 ($49) to celebratory bubbly (think Cristal 2007; $499).
Apart from Coldplay's gig and SingJazz, there's also a hodgepodge of exhibitions, markets and food events to check out.
It’s the small things in life that truly matter.
Eat, speak and dance as the Portuguese-Eurasians do.