Singapore’s food scene is extremely globalised and diverse and we see many international food brands opening franchises here on our sunny island. However, there are still brands which we wished were more easily accessible.
Most of us do not have the luxury to travel very often to our favourite places to savour the food unique to the country/ city. These famous food brands would make our lives so much better if they had outposts here in Singapore.
From Dominque Ansel Bakery to Ichiran Ramen, here are 23 Famous Food Brands We Wish Were In Singapore!
No matter where you are intending to go, taking an aeroplane ride with young children might seem like one of the most dreadful moments of a holiday. This is especially true if your family is taking a long-haul flight.
While you may have done your homework and prepared all the necessary to ensure a smooth flight, it still helps to know what some of the benefits airlines offer are when you fly out of Singapore.
From complimentary baby kits to in-flight entertainment and toddler meals, here are 6 Kids-friendly Airlines From Singapore And The Benefits They Offer. READ ON
Motel Mexicola is easily the sexiest restaurant-bar you can find in Seminyak, Bali.
With its flashy and colourful interior decorations, Motel Mexicola is unabashedly loud and funky; it would be a crime to not stop by the popular Mexican joint for some drinks and OOTDs.
Siddle up to the bar for an ice-cold Bintang beer and other refreshing cocktails. If you are feeling hungry, their food menu consists of traditional Mexican food with a modern twist and diners can expect both finger food and main dishes such as quesadilla and tacos. READ ON
To locals, tourists and frequent visitors, the little town of Shifen in Taiwan is filled with rich traditions, interesting attractions as well as scenic destinations.
From its timeless practice of releasing sky lanterns and the town being home to Taiwan’s own little Niagara Falls, you will be sure to fall in love with Shifen.
Here are 8 fun things that you can see and do in Taipei Shifen.
It is no secret that Bali is home to some of the best cafes and restaurants. While we enjoyed visiting all the cafes that we have been to on our trip to Seminyak, one place that won all our hearts in an instant is NOOK, a gorgeous local eatery overlooking breathtaking views of the paddy fields.
What we love about NOOK is that the cafe is tucked away from the bustling Seminyak area, but still within walking distance to the main street. Escape from the crowd and enjoy some traditional Indonesian delights that do not lose out to those you will find in warungs. READ ON
Truth to be told, the first thing we do when we visit any major city is to figure out where the best coffee places are. For very coffee-centric cities, it would be an easy task. Just take a stroll down the streets and you will easily find many cafes or coffee booths.
As avid coffee drinkers, we must say that a city with a strong coffee culture definitely entices a second visit—or third, fourth etc. There is just something about having coffee from different places around the world; it always tastes and feels different.
Fellow coffee lovers, here are 10 Best Cities To Travel To For Good Coffee.
Bali Pork Star is an eatery in Seminyak, Bali that specialises in pork dishes. Imagine our excitement when we found out it.
Bali Pork Star is unique in such a way that they deliver traditional Balinese food with a twist. Diners can expect a fusion between Indonesian cuisine and other Asian influences such as Japanese and Chinese spices. While we love the classic Indonesian dishes, we are always game to try something new.
Go to Bali Pork Star with an open mind and be prepared to be blown away by their unpretentious, yet mouth-watering food. READ ON
Imagine having a serving of fresh nigiri sushi in front of you. Now, multiply that by 6, put them in a bowl and you would have a chirashi don. The sight of freshly sliced sashimi laid atop mirin-doused sticky rice will not only be a visual feast, but the explosion of flavours will impress your palate every single time.
Chirashi don is often pricey, what with the premium tuna, sea urchin and all. But if you can make do with a simple serving of basic chirashi don sans the lavish items, you actually have many choices if the chirashi don craving kicks in—and your wallet need not take a beating.
Here is our guide to 9 cheap Chirashi Don in Singapore for S$18 and under that you wished you knew about earlier.