The most convenient way to get durians these days is either through home delivery or to buy them from local supermarkets and roadside durian stalls. Singaporeans take their national fruit seriously and many of us are unable to accept poor-quality durians.
It is not surprising to see locals crossing the border to our neighbouring country in search of excellent durians—many are even willing to travel all the way to durian farms in Malaysia.
As durian tours are gaining immense popularity, some farms also provide accommodation so that guests are able to stay overnight. A durian staycation? Yes, we kid you not!
Here are 9 Durian Farms In Malaysia For A Durian Getaway.
The annual durian season is around the corner and that is the time when durian stalls will be importing many different durian breeds into Singapore from neighbouring countries. With so many durians on offer, consumers are certainly spoilt for choice but are you able to pick the best of the lot?
Granted, most of us are no experts and years of experience plays a huge part in learning how to differentiate the durians. Yet as consumers, we should also equip ourselves with basic knowledge so that we will not be highly dependent on durian sellers.
Here Are 5 Easy Tips On How To Pick Good Durians Like A Pro.
You may know all the home meal delivery services in Singapore but do you know that there are durian delivery services as well? Imagine having ripe durians sent to your doorstep when you are craving for it most; that is surely a dream come true for all durian lovers!
Yes, that means you no longer have to head down to the market and source for the durians yourself because all these procedures are done for you. Even your family members who hate the pungent smell of durians stinking up the car do not have to put up with that ordeal anymore.
Here are 8 Durian Delivery Services In Singapore You Need To Know. READ ON
Golden Mile Complex or otherwise known fondly as “Little Thailand” to the locals and Thais living in Singapore is a mall that is always bustling with activity throughout the day.
While most people would know the place for its pubs and drinking places, there are also many humble eateries and hidden restaurants inside that cater for the lunch crowd during midday too.
Whether you are craving for traditional Pad Thai, creamy Green Curry or simply want to fill your hungry stomach with aromatic beef boat noodles, you will surely be able to find them all at Golden Mile Complex.
Here is our Golden Mile Complex Food Guide, featuring 11 Thai eateries that you must dine at.
PABLO Cheese Tart is opening its first outlet at Wisma Atria in Singapore in early August!
Hailing all the way from Osaka, PABLO’s Baked Cheese Tarts are extremely well-known for their cheesy and crumbly baked cheese tarts. You no longer have to fly all the way to Japan to have a taste of it anymore because there is an outlet in Singapore.
Since news arrived in mid-April that the famous Baked Cheese Tart brand will be opening its first outlet in Singapore, we have been waiting for this day to come. Here’s what you can expect. READ ON
KILN Petitenget in Bali is the choice destination for every occasion—gathering with friends, lunch with your family and even a romantic date with your partner in the evening.
Taking over the space of the now-defunct Petitenget, KILN Petitenget’s food menu is designed with inspiration from Eastern Mediterranean influences and diners can expect to munch on wood oven baked flatbreads, chargrilled skewers, various dips and more.
Give KILN Petitenget a chance and you will see why it is a great addition to Seminyak’s lively food and nightlife scene.
Sumo Bar Happy is the latest project from the team behind Standing Sushi Bar, Tanuki Raw, Shinkansen and The Secret Mermaid. Helmed by the team behind a handful of successful dining establishments, we naturally have very high expectations for this place.
The one-day-old ramen, tapas and sake bar is a delightful addition to Waterloo Street, which is just a stone’s throw away from Bras Basah MRT Station. Eat your way through a selection of Japanese ramen bowls, donburis or have some homemade tapas accompanied with their signature one cup sake.
If you are looking for a casual dining place which does not compromise on service or quality of food, Sumo Bar Happy is the place to check out. READ ON
The first avocado-themed cafe has opened up in Singapore three weeks ago and it is located at Adelphi Park.
All The Batter may not be new in Singapore as it currently has a dessert kiosk at Anchorpoint Shopping Mall but you can now enjoy their full range of avocado delights in a comfortable cafe environment.
Weekends just got “all the batter” (all the better) with their exclusive Avocado Dessert Menu featuring highlights such as avocado cakes, smoothies and Avocado Milk Balls! Before you rush down to All The Batter at Jasmine Road—off Upper Thomson road—do note that it is open only during the weekends.