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The best option is an a-la-carte buffet when your companion prefers a buffet, and you want freshly prepared meals. And if you’re craving Japanese right now, Shin Minori Japanese Restaurant is the place to go! At Shin Minori’s Japanese ala carte buffet, you can enjoy more than 200 dishes featuring the likes of gorgeous slices of sashimi, pretty hand rolls, maki rolls, tempura, nigiri, and many other Japanese delights.

Soi Aroy, an authentic Thai eatery tucked away in a nook of Singapore’s Sim Lim Square, will whisk you away to Bangkok. This restaurant offers excellent Thai cuisine at a reasonable price. Their menu includes both traditional Thai cuisine and lesser-known specialties. Overall, the restaurant provides a relaxed dining atmosphere and a fantastic culinary experience, making it a great place for families and friends to share and enjoy excellent food.

Annyeonghaseyo. Love all things Korean when it comes to food? The new limited-time specials involve transporting our taste sensations to Korea. Jjang! Jjang! Chicken Burger and Jjang! Jjang! Beef Burger from McDonald’s Singapore, both packing that traditional sweet-spicy kick commonly seen in Korean cuisine. We were the first to try it, so we thought we’d share our impressions on the new addition to the menu.

Ever wonder what love tastes like? The answer is buried in your first bite of a pie. Pie is one of the most favorite food or desserts in the world. You can can have flaky crusts or crumbly crumb crusts. You can have gooey fruit fillings or silky cream fillings or rich, dense custard fillings. Pie has it all, a luscious, creamy bliss that tastes like you’re eating a cloud. Here are the top 10 best places for pies in Singapore that are making our mouths water.