Friday, May 04, 2012
There are good restaurants, and then there's the world's 50 best restaurants. Lucky me was able to try one on the list. Sydney’s famed Tetsuya, opened by Japanese chef Tetsuya Wakuda in 1989, has reaped countless accolades, so expectations were running quite high for his first project outside of Sydney, Waku Ghin at the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore. It’s a very spacious 8000 square feet temple of fresh ingredients, knowledgeable chefs and interactive dining experience. With only 25 seats available for dinner, this is a crowd and noise-averse diner’s dream.