Bar Cicheti Degustazione – 5-Course Pasta Decadence Available Monday to Thursday @ Jiak Chuan Road, Outram Park

Pasta is one of those unassuming ingredients that when treated properly, can be transformed into a base for some of the most incredible dishes. And Bar Cicheti has certainly proven its chops in it, despite its founder and chef having never set foot in Italy. 

If you’ve always wanted to try Bar Cicheti’s nifty, handmade pastas at its home turf on Jiak Chuan Road in Outram Park, the Degustazione  ($88++) is perfect for you. 


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TEN Sushi Sixth Anniversary Celebrations – 1-for-1 Omakase Sushi and ‘I Love Sushi’ Sake Promo for the Month of November (Media)

TEN Sushi turns six this year, and is rolling out a series of exciting deals to whet your appetite! For now till 30 November 2021, feast to your heart’s content on TEN Sushi’s wallet-friendly perks, which include:

  • 1-for-1 Omakase Sushi ($29++ for 6 pieces) every Monday in November
  • Salmon Roll and Salmon Sashimi ($6++ for 6 pieces)
  • 6 pieces of complimentary fresh oysters with 1 bottle of “I Love Sushi” Sake


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Konjiki Hototogisu Singapore @ Great World, Kim Seang Promenade – Michellin-Starred Ramen From Tokyo with Exclusive Oyster Ramen

Japanese food lovers are incredibly privileged it seems, with multiple Japan-based food brands setting up overseas outposts in our country. Not that I’m complaining! 

Opened in 2006 by Chef Atsushi, Konjiki Hototogisu has grown tremendously, from a humble eight-seater stall in Shibuya, to a One Michelin Starred brand in 2019 and 2020 after attaining the Tokyo Michelin Bib Gourmand title four years in a row. 


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Esora’s Katsu Sandos – Delectable Japanese-Style Sandwiches for Takeaway and Delivery for 1 More Week

Mention the word “katsu”, and the first thing that comes to mind are the delectable, deep-fried pork and beef cutlets slapped between two slabs of bread, sold in trios at Japanese convenience stores and takeaway counters.

Little do most non-Japanese know, that “katsu” is also the Japanese word for “victorious”. A fitting name for Esora’s mission, as it navigates these trying times of no dine-in with a limited-time menu of Japanese-style sandwiches! 


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