Known as Kuala Lumpur’s Chinatown, Jalan Petaling is a vibrant street where peak hour starts just before sunset and vendors start opening up their stalls for business. The massive market spreads across Jalan Pudu and Jalan Sultan.
It is common to see locals and tourists bargaining at Petaling Street as there is stiff competition arising from the scores of shops selling souvenirs, electronics and even fake designer items.
In the midst of shopping, fill your tummy with delicious street food you can find at Petaling Street. Here are 10 Street Food To Look Out For At Petaling Street, Kuala Lumpur. READ ON
A cafe specialising in French bakes and Instagram-worthy desserts, Les Pâtisseries is not new to the cafe industry. Having relocated from Toa Payoh, the cafe has since joined the long list of F&B establishments along Upper Thomson Road.
Their desserts, breakfast dishes and All-Day mains are priced below S$20, making it a hit with the younger crowd who would hang around for Sunday brunch or afternoon tea session with their friends. READ ON
Tino’s Pizza Cafe’s durian pizza is the latest food obsession in Singapore you need to know.
Fans of durian will understand our feelings of pure ecstasy when we found out that Tino’s Pizza Cafe is offering two durian pizza flavours—D24 & Mao Shan Wang Pizzas. While durian desserts are common in Singapore, this is the first we have heard of durian pizzas.
Marketing gimmick or not, we knew we had to try the Mao Shan Wang pizza for ourselves because we simply cannot pass this up. If you love the King of Fruits as much as we do, carry on reading to find out what we think! READ ON
Bukit Timah Plaza is an old shopping mall with many hidden gems and our latest discovery is Boyle’s Coffee which is situated beside Rise & Grind cafe. Nothing is over-the-top at Boyle’s Coffee and the most impressive thing you will find there is probably their chic espresso machine.
If you are looking for a change from the usual gimmicky cafes, Boyle’s Coffee is an artisanal cafe where you can settle in and escape with great coffee and some light bites. READ ON
Niku Katsumata in Ebisu Japan is exclusive for members only but the grilled meat restaurant has since expanded to Singapore shores at Duxton Road. Their menu features yakiniku (grilled meat) and they are best known for their Kagoshima wagyu beef.
Known for offering reasonable prices without compromising on quality, diners at this Japanese restaurant can expect premium beef cuts in their A4 Wagyu Beef Set (S$38++) and A4 Wagyu Donburi (S$25++). What a steal!
Drop by the restaurant after work for a delectable dinner and a range of alcoholic beverages. READ ON
A wallet-friendly dining establishment you should be taking note of is [email protected]—one of the many options along Greenwood Avenue.
[email protected] is a coffee shop by day where diners can delight in their multi-cuisine menu and a bistro by night for a chill dinner and drinking session with your mates. Most of the items on their menu are kept below S$13 and there is no GST and service charge.
We popped by on a Sunday afternoon to check out their weekend brunch. READ ON
Myanmar may have had its share of troubles in the past but the country is picking itself up in recent years, opening up to globalisation and overseas business opportunities. As the largest city and the former capital of Myanmar, Yangon is anything but lackluster.
Yangon’s tourism industry today has flourished by leaps and bounds due to gradual developments and what intrigues people to this charming city is its ability to retain most of its cultural authenticity.
So for those who are thinking of exploring Myanmar for its rich culture, here are 9 Reasons Why You Should Visit Yangon. READ ON
Food customisation is becoming a huge thing worldwide and it is not surprising that this trend is reflected in Singapore too. Though having a standard menu is the usual practice of a restaurant, diners nowadays enjoy making their own choices based on their personal preferences.
With the option of creating your own meal, it is likely that visitors will have a better experience while dining as the meal has been catered specially for their tastebuds. And let’s face it, who doesn’t like the fun of customising your own meal?
Here is our guide to 10 DIY Restaurants In Singapore Where You Can Cook Your Own Food. READ ON