Nutella is one of the best and most decadent food spreads in the world. Everyone knows what huge fans we are, and thank God there are countless restaurants and cafes in Singapore that incorporate this delicious hazelnut chocolate spread into their; nobody can resist a mouth-watering Nutella dessert!
The beautiful combination of hazelnut and chocolate is magical and Nutella is extremely versatile as it can go with just about anything! Be it a Nutella cake, Nutella ice cream or even Nutella french toast – we love them all, and will have them all!
Are you excited already? Because we are about to share the best Nutella desserts you can find in Singapore.
Ladyironchef Cocktail Making Workshop at Changi City Point’s Table Manners on 16 August was a huge success, and we want to thank all our supportive readers for being such a great audience, as well as Changi City Point for putting things together. It was a wonderful afternoon.
Throughout the two-hour long event, Bar Stories’ Head Bartender, Dave educated and entertained us simultaneously with his useful bartending demonstrations. His kooky sense of humour was also something everyone enjoyed while the crowd engaged in learning and preparing four delicious samples of Dave’s cocktail concoctions.
We sincerely hope that everyone had a great time learning about the fundamental preparations of cocktails. It was such a pleasure meeting our lovely readers! For everyone else, we would love for you to join us for our next food workshop on 6 September. But now, do read on for the highlights of our workshop!
Cheesecake is a universal favourite. However, you either love it or hate it. For us, cheesecakes are the kings of cakes and pastries. Nothing can beat cutting through a smooth and rich cheesecake, before hitting the crust base.
Recently, bakeries and restaurants have taken the liberty of infusing other flavours into this classic favourite. There are a few outstanding cheesecakes in Singapore that are totally worth getting fat for.
From cool flavoured cheesecakes to traditional ones, here is a list of the 9 Cheesecakes in Singapore You Must Try.
Located on level 33 of The Westin Singapore, classy gastro-bar Cook & Brew is a fantastic venue for any meal throughout the day.
Come 26th September 2015 and every subsequent last Saturday of the month, Cook & Brew will launch its first ever new dining concept – Saturday Night Roasts – where meat lovers get to indulge in unlimited servings of selected premium roasted meat. This exciting monthly fiesta will be made available every subsequent last Saturday of the month.
Seems like everyone is going gaga over the various Mooncake Fairs in Singapore for Mid-Autumn Festival 2015. We are no exception, and this is certainly a time of the year that we do not want to step on the weighing scale.
Does not really bother us that mooncakes are one of the most sinful treats, because we say it is all in the name of celebrations. Whether you like yours with fanciful flavours, or if you prefer sticking to the traditional ones, we have you covered with our picks on the Best Mooncakes for 2015.
If there is nothing here that you fancy, we have a compilation of all the Mooncake Fairs in Singapore that you can explore. Have fun taste-testing and sampling, and buy all mooncakes that you need for friends and families!
EwF by Everything With Fries has changed our perceptions of fast-food concepts forever. It is common to assume that fast food – especially burgers – will be lacklustre. And boy, were we totally wrong!
EwF by Everything with Fries currently has two outlets at Bugis Junction and Orchard Central and it serves scrumptious gourmet burgers prepared with fresh meats, and the fluffy buns are all made from scratch. Fries lovers are also in for a treat. Well, because it is Everything with Fries, right? Five irresistible flavours of fries – Sour Cream and Onion, Barbeque, Curry, Garlic, and Truffle - await you!
Besides the delicious burgers and fries, EwF’s menu also features sinfully tasty side orders, drool-worthy desserts and a variety of hot and cold drinks. Prices at EwF are extremely budget-friendly, especially when the portions are more than substantial. A mouthwatering burger combo (inclusive of a burger, fries and beverage of your choice) starts from an affordable S$11.90.
From now till 30 Sep 15, quote ‘Ladyironchef’ to receive a complimentary meal upsize when you order any burger set at EwF by Everything with Fries in Bugis Junction.
If you are looking for a place to spend a quiet afternoon at, Lepark at People’s Park Complex – an unlikely location for a cool mod-sin tapas bar, we know – counts as a recent discovery and is now our new hideout.
With its hole-in-the-wall setting, it might take a little more effort to hunt this cafe down, but we promise you will not be disappointed with a rooftop dining experience unlike any other.
A good steak is like your best friend – always there for you when you are down, never failing to cheer you up, and brings you so much happiness. But we may not be able to dine at celebrity chefs’ steak restaurants every day. That is when we need our budget fix. While these steaks may not be the best of cuts, an affordable steak is still pretty enjoyable.
Now, you might be wondering how a cheap sirloin can satisfy your cravings but we can assure you that there are countless steaks out there that are both pocket-friendly and still absolutely delicious.
We have curated a list of our favourite budget steaks that you can enjoy without feeling guilty of overspending. Here is our list of 7 Drool-Worthy Steaks Under S$20 in Singapore.
Samgyetang means Ginseng Chicken Soup and it is one of the most well-loved delicacies to have in South Korea. A warm bowl of Samgyetang is especially comforting in cold weather, and it warms your heart up instantly. If you are planning to visit Seoul soon and haven’t tried Samgyetang, this is a definitely must-try!
Essentially a dessert cafe and ice cream parlour, Twenty Grammes has been constant in serving up quality ice cream, great waffles and unique flavours. Located along North Bridge Road, where an influx of new cafes have seen their way to the neighbourhood, Twenty Grammes has since upped the ante and new creations have been added to the menu to introduce more excitement for patrons.
Walking into this inviting and brightly-coloured cafe with perfect natural light streaming in, you will feel an immediate sense of comfort while being hit with the rich aroma of freshly prepared waffles.
It is also interesting to see how Twenty Grammes has curated some of Singapore’s recent dessert trends and attempted their own renditions. Here are some of the things that we love at Twenty Grammes; think savoury waffle with sea salt caramel ice cream, charcoal waffle with homemade salted egg yolk sauce, yogurt parfaits and more.
From now till 30 September 2015, flash this post at Twenty Grammes and get 50% OFF the second waffle purchased (of same value or lower) from Mondays to Fridays only.
If you do not know what Nutella is, well, you have not truly lived. This hazelnut chocolate spread, or simply put, chocolate heaven in a jar is often a breakfast staple amongst many. Slather it on your slice of bread, add it into your dosage of coffee in the morning, or even throw in a dollop while preparing your milkshake – tons of ways which this glorious ingredient can be a part of your everyday life.
In our efforts to tickle your taste buds further, we have come up with a few recipes that are easy peasy. Think Nutella Mug Cakes, Nutella Brownies, Nutella S’mores – all of these can be prepared with minimal effort and the simplest of ingredients.
Tempted to try? You have to read on to find out what the 9 Easy Nutella Recipes You Can Try At Home are! Nutella lovers, you have been warned.
The Katong district used to be home to countless of prestigious residential estates up to the mid 20th century. It was later taken over by the government and rebuilt to what we see today – donned with Peranakan-inspired shophouses, and in them lies many hidden gems and secrets. The famed Katong Laksa is located in the vicinity too.
And in the recent years, the number of cafes we can find at Tanjong Katong or Joo Chat is increasing. It is undoubtedly a prime spot in the eyes of cafe owners, and we can see new themed establishments emerging in the area. We are often jealous of the dining choices that residents living there can get; well, it is almost impossible to run out of food options if you live in that district. But anything for food; we are always dining out at Tanjong Katong and Joo Chiat!
For those who need some help, here is a Guide To The 14 Cafes In Tanjong Katong And Joo Chiat. It might take some time to conquer them all, but it will be fun.
HANDS UP, LLAOLLAO FANS!
Who else is a fan of the very famous Spanish froyo (frozen yogurt)? If you haven’t even heard, which is close to impossible, Llaollao is a must-eat dessert in Singapore and the very photogenic froyo has been getting so much attention from everyone since it set foot on our shores. What is essentially just frozen yogurt is so much more with Llaollao, and they have changed the way we eat froyo forever.
With the array of toppings and sauces, Llaollao has revolutionised froyo, and they are no less pretty than ice cream sundaes. The good news is we no longer have to stand in queue for thirty minutes before we get our froyo fix, especially with the newest Suntec City shop – Llaollao’s biggest outlet in the world – that boasts a huge space with significantly shorter queues.
From now till 31 October 2015, flash this post at Llaollao’s Suntec City outlet and get 50% off the second item purchased (at same value or lower). Imagine buying one Sanum and getting the second Sanum at half the price!
Tucked away in the stretch of shophouses on Dunlop Street, Rouse can be easy to miss because of their simple shop front. But if you spot it and step into the cafe, the intimate setting will instantly make you feel at home. Rouse has a quaint industrial-style interior with beautiful low-hanging bulbs and art murals on the walls.
Looking for a cosy space with free wifi to get some work done? Rouse is a lovely Muslim-owned cafe with great fresh coffee, and the food served here are pretty wholesome too.
Fans of Arteastiq Boutique Tea House and Painting Studio, we have a piece of good news for you. If you cannot get enough of this unique hangout location that has predominantly earned its spotlight at Mandarin Gallery, you will be heartened to know that Arteastiq has unveiled its second location at Plaza Singapura, catering a new space for tea appreciation and art jamming sessions.
Bingsu is a popular Korean dessert which first started with ingredients primarily comprising of ice shavings, condensed milk, Korean rice cake and occasionally topped off with dollops of red bean or other similar fillings.
We can now find various renditions of this Korean dessert with toppings such as fruits, ice cream and even cheesecakes to suit the taste buds of many. This simple yet genius creation has captured the hearts of many Singaporeans, crowned as the perfect solution to bring the heat down.
That said, we have combined a list of the 9 Korean Bingsu in Singapore You Must Try. It is highly advisable to drag your friends or loved ones with you because the servings are usually huge, and more importantly, we believe that the best things in life should be shared.