Japanese food is all the rage in Singapore and the demand for Japanese cuisine continues to grow by the day. So does gourmet Japanese groceries, for experimenting with Japanese cuisine in our own kitchens is a form of therapy, too.
Japanese supermarkets are well-received thanks to the range of their unique snacks, premium fresh foods and the fact that they offer certain Japanese groceries that are otherwise unavailable in usual supermarkets.
If you are looking to stock up on your favourite Japanese snacks or if you are simply searching for that one particular ingredient to complete your Japanese meal, here are 11 Best Japanese Supermarkets In Singapore For Japanese Gourmet Groceries.
When prompted about good cafes to visit in Singapore, rarely does a café outside of the East or Central Singapore come to mind; and especially not one from Sembawang.
Common Chefs Café & Bakery is an exception and it will be a good enough reason for you to make a trip down to this Northern part of Singapore.
A café plus bakery, Common Chefs Café & Bakery offers a wide spread of Western dishes, drinks, delightful desserts at affordable prices. Here’s what to expect if you are taking a trip down.
Foodies, are you ready? The annual Geylang Serai Ramadan Bazaar 2017 is finally here! This year, the Geylang Serai Ramadan Bazaar will be held from 26 May 2017 to 24 June 2017 around the areas of Geylang Serai market, Joo Chiat Complex and along Haig Road with more than 1,000 stalls expected to be part of the event’s lineup.
From a variety of foods that includes traditional Hari Raya favourites to a crazy number of Instagrammable desserts, you will be in for a wild ride!
Admission to the Geylang Serai Ramadan Bazaar is free and there are endless reasons why you should not pass up on the chance to thrive in the festivities at Singapore’s largest pasar malam. Curious to know what treasures you can find there? Read on to find out more!
Can you believe how half a year just went by like that? We are already moving towards June but it felt like 2017 had just began. After a good 6 months of hard work and simply knowing how far away the Christmas and New Year long weekends are, your days may seem gloomy which leaves you feeling rather unmotivated.
But you should not let unhappiness determine how your mid-year will be. This June, there is a multitude of ways (or distractions as you may call it), to lift your spirits and help you press on towards that well-deserved break.
Have A Blast At These 25 Events Happening In Singapore In June 2017. Stuff yourself silly with great food, embark on an art appreciation journey or keep fit with a marathon; there is no room for you to be bored at all!
Tucked away in Sunset Way’s enclave of cafes, eateries and restaurants is Hoho Korean Restaurant, an under-the-radar family eatery in Singapore that serves pretty decent Korean cuisine.
Can we interest you with their value-for-money set lunch and the array of banchan?
From the ever popular Jjajangmyeon to Cheese-Buldak (Fire Chicken with Cheese), honest yet tantalising Korean dishes await you at Hoho Korean Restaurant.
A brand new dining concept by WATAMI originating from Tsukiji, Japan, Niku Kappo offers diners authentic Japanese Kappo-style delights through its colorful menu filled with a diverse selection of food options.
As the word “Niku” suggests, Niku Kappo’s menu has a strong focus on meat. From Meat Sushi to Meat Hot Pot, Niku Kappo only seeks to present Japanese cuisine at reasonable prices.
When it comes to good Japanese food, there is never ‘too much’.
For all Japanese cuisine lovers, #sorrynotsorry but your diet is going to go down the drain. Because in today’s installation, we share with you some of the best Japanese buffets around in Singapore.
For endless refills of your favourite juicy sashimi, rich sukiyaki and flavourful meats, here are 10 Best Japanese Buffets In Singapore. You really have to thank us for this list.
Lorong Kilat is a cosy little street near Beauty World MRT Station on the new Downtown Line in Singapore. The new Downtown Line has made the whole Bukit Timah area very accessible so there is no excuse to not travel to the West for food now!
The whole stretch feels very comforting, like a quaint little neighbourhood street. But during meal hours, the place comes to life. Bars, bakeries, restaurants, cafes and more populate the area, with some very well known names such as Carpenter and Cook, Kim’s Family Restaurant and more.
Here is a Guide to Lorong Kilat’s Restaurants, Cafes & Eateries.