Previously a coastal road situated along the island’s old waterfront, Telok Ayer has transformed into a hip and busy neighbourhood teeming with cafes and restaurants to feed the CBD office crowd and avid café-hoppers.
From idyllic garden-themed cafes, burger joints and Korean eateries to cocktails at inconspicuous bars, choosing what and where to eat has never been harder. Surrounded by a mix of old and restored shophouses and modern high-rising buildings, Telok Ayer is filled with a combination of rich heritage and modernity.
If you have not ventured to this side of Singapore before, here is your Telok Ayer Food Guide – 14 Bistro and Cafes To Check Out In This Bustling District.
No one really knows why or where Thailand got its nickname, ‘The Land Of Smiles’, but we like to believe that one of the main reasons is their local delicacies.
Thai cuisine is renowned for its distinctive flavours which heavily relies on four fundamental tastes: sour, sweet, salty, and spicy. Whether it’s a bowl of tom yum soup, green curry, pad thai or simply a mango sticky rice dessert, you are bound to be left extremely satisfied.
Anytime is a good time for some tasty and affordable Thai food so here is our list of affordable Thai eateries in Singapore.
There is just something intuitive about our love for the sea which always has us longing for a beach holiday or a weekend spent basking in the warm sun and cool sea waters. Perhaps it is because of the comfort that we draw from looking out at the deep blue ocean or maybe we just need a break from the grunge of city life.
And if you have a passion for food, a meal by the waters should greatly appeal to you. Aside from being an extremely romantic place to share a meal with your partner, a view of the waterfront would be a fantastic way for you to engage in deep conversations about life over a meal.
Here are 19 Stunning Waterfront Restaurants In Singapore That Bae Will Love.
Coffee is a lot more than a drink and Singapore’s coffee culture has changed over the past decade. From premium Arabica brew, Instagram-worthy flat lays to all-day brunch menu, the café-hopping trail has showcased the evolution and better appreciation of coffee culture.
There are numerous cafes and speciality coffeehouses in Singapore and these are the cafes in town that we have visited and where we have consumed our fair share of coffee and desserts. Lo and behold, here is the ultimate guide to cafes and coffee shops in Orchard Road. READ ON
Asian millennials like us are constantly reminded of how incredibly fortunate we are.
Growing up, we rely on our parents and domestic helpers who were able to prepare food for us whenever we wanted and somewhere along the line we just got too used to the motion of things. Now that adulthood is drawing close, many of us will eventually have homes of our own and it is crucial that we possess some form of cooking skills to get by with.
Fret not, because cooking is a lot easier than it sounds, so here are a few tips and tricks you can adopt to make cooking fuss-free and simple.
Artbox Singapore garnered massive crowds and was a huge success last year. Hence, it is no surprise that this wildly-popular creative market from Bangkok will be returning this year and it will be almost 3 times bigger than last year’s edition to accommodate more people and vendors.
The event showcases local and Thai entrepreneurs dishing out creative and ‘hipster’ snacks and other knick-knacks such as designer bags and jewellery. Here’s what you should know about Artbox Singapore 2018.
Meat and burger connoisseurs in Singapore are literally spoilt for choice because outstanding options are aplenty if you know just where to look. Whether it is beef, pulled pork, fried chicken or even portobello mushrooms you fancy, there is surely something to tickle your taste buds.
Here is our guide to the best burger joints in Singapore that all passionate meat lovers will appreciate. Think massive stacked burgers overflowing with meaty juices and oozing with melted cheese. Ignore the given utensils and get right in there with your bare hands—this is real-deal rustic dining at its best.
If you are not salivating right now, then you must be vegetarian.
Probably only known to those who stay in the west of Singapore, Pandan and Teban Gardens are two underrated neighbourhood districts in Jurong East. As secluded as these places may seem to the rest of Singapore, there are a couple of hidden gems in the area that are worth exploring.
Ranging from humble eateries and hawker stalls to restaurants and even a cosy ice cream parlour, Pandan Gardens and Teban Gardens offer a decent selection of food choices for residents of Jurong East and those who are working near the area.
Here are 9 Eateries And Restaurants To Check Out At Pandan & Teban Gardens. READ ON