18 Nov '12, 8am

[DINING] Still haven't been to coolest spot in town Keong Saik Snacks? Here's the lowdown:

The buzz: Jason Atherton just can’t stay away: this is his third and latest offering in under a year, and it’s in a Chinatown shophouse just a short walk away from his first, tapas bar Esquina . There’s also a very cool, password-only bar right next door. The vibe: They’ve made a real point to keep things casual at this cozy Brit eatery that seats about 30 (like Esquina, no reservations are taken), with white-washed walls and pale wooden furniture. On the other hand, the speakeasy-styled bar, complete with retro elements and old-school music, is so dark you’ll have to whip out your iPhone just to read the cocktail list. The food: It’s a compact menu of just 14 items, also available at the bar, with easy eats like The Kimchi Burger ($20), ibérico ham and Manchego cheese toastie ($18) and chili garlic fries ($6). Don’t fancy carboloading? Then give the D-I-Y Tuna Tartare ($1...

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