It was our last full day in Singapore. Also, last day of the work week. So what to do? Finish our work, eat, say our goodbyes, and get prepared for that long flight home. So onto eating. For lunch we kept it close. A small restaurant in our building. An Indonesian one to be exact. Our co-worker wanted to make sure we didn’t leave without a trying it. Not a bad place. Caters to the people working in the office and around the area. I don’t think they’re open on the weekends or even late at night.
Warung Lele Restaurant
8 Shenton Way
+65 6423 1552
Verdict: Not opposed to eating here again. If I’m in the office again and it’s raining, sure, I’m game.
For dinner we decided for some local hot pot. The Japanese attempt on Tuesday left me unsatisfied. So it was off to a new local chain, Jpot. Okay, not quite a chain since there’s only two of them. But they’re part of the Jumbo Seafood conglomerate that’s going to make these sprout up everywhere. The place was pretty big. It wraps around the outside of the mall leading you to a nice view of the water. Not complete waterfront. Enough for you to relax once you ignore all the cars on the over pass. Servings were individual so don’t expect family style hot pot. And the ordering system was pretty neat. Local touch pads sends your orders to the back. No need to flag down any waiters/waitresses. The bad part was that you get only two hours. Yeah, a little too short.
1 Harbourfront Walk
+65 6273 3536
Verdict: Not bad. Quality could be better, but love the broth variety.
On a side note, the Singapore Lounge at the Changi airport is phenomenal. They have self-serve laksa there. Zomg!