Gunther’s Restaurant, Singapore

Gunthers is a very well hidden restaurant – tucked into unadorned traditional shophouses along Purvis street, it’s a 6 to 8 minute walk away from the nearest train station. These shophouses traces its history back to the British colonial days, but once past its black tinted glass doors, you’re greeted with simple furnishing in a high ceiling setting. Some natural light streams through the pleated curtains, and flamboyant paintings on the wall gave a touch of cheer and energy into the space. Riedel black tie decanters line the other side of the room. It’s an environment I did not expect before entering the restaurant. Continue reading