Fans of Korean food would know that Tanjong Pagar is home to many authentic Korean restaurants and popular Korean barbecue joints. The latest addition to Tras Street is Daegweol, a new Korean restaurant that opened discreetly in August.
Those who enjoy hearty, traditional Korean dishes will find Daegweol right up their alley—their straightforward menu focuses on Korean delicacies such as Galbi-Tang (beef short ribs soup) and Suyuk (pork belly).
Daegweol also offers affordable lunch sets starting from S$16++. As the restaurant is currently still in soft launch, diners can expect an updated menu in coming months. READ ON
Located at International Plaza, DOCO—short for ‘Donburi Coconut’—is the new kid on the CBD circuit where you can now look to for hearty protein-packed rice bowls and refreshing coconut soft serve.
This speciality food kiosk was set up as part of a joint venture between brands, Soi Coco and Fish Sh-nack, of which are known for their coconut and fried fish skin products respectively. Being relatively new, their only offerings thus far comprise two speciality donburi rice bowls next to the vegan-friendly and dairy-free Coconut Shake and Coconut Soft Serve.
For all of you health nuts who are ‘in love with the coco’, this is perhaps one of the most promising health-centric eateries along the bustling Tanjong Pagar area. From now till the end of the year, lunch sets—which consists of one rice bowl and one coconut dessert—are going at S$11.90 instead of the usual S$13.90.
A cafe by day and bar by night, Dexter Cafe & Bar along Sathon road is an aesthetically pleasing dining establishment in Bangkok. Their innovative coffee menu, calm ambiance and availability of free WIFI are great for those who are looking for a place to do some work.
We were pleasantly surprised at the wide range of drinks, brunch items and other Western mains which come in beautiful presentations that make perfect #foodporn pictures on social media platforms.
Swing by the place with your friends for a casual meet up, a birthday celebration or a chill drinking session at night. READ ON
Serious coffee drinkers will find plenty of options in Seoul, and one of the most popular destinations in the uber-cool Seongsu-dong neighbourhood—also known as the Brooklyn of Seoul—is Daelim Changgo Gallery CO:LUMN.
More than just a cafe offering pretty food, Daelim Changgo Gallery CO:LUMN is also an art gallery where you can admire various art exhibitions—from larger-than-life art installations to creative paintings. The exhibitions change from time to time so guests can always look forward to something new there.
Daelim Changgo Gallery CO:LUMN is also located near to Common Ground, a hipster container market which has been making rounds on social media so you can visit both places on the same day!
Photo credit: Dominique Ansel Bakery
Famous French-born pastry chef Dominique Ansel has teamed up with local chef Malcolm Lee of Candlenut to create a dessert version of our Singapore Chilli Crab at Dominique Ansel Bakery Japan. That is so cool!
Here’s everything you need to know about the awesome collaboration.
Upholding its reputation as one of the best Louisiana restaurants in Singapore, one can expect only the best of Louisianan seafood to be served on their dining tables at Dancing Crab by TungLok Group. Those who have been to the restaurant would know that a meal there is life changing and the dining experience redefines perspectives of how seafood should be enjoyed.
Dancing Crab has done away with the usual tableware so that diners are able to enjoy their food freely using bare hands. That’s right, the casual restaurant is like a home away from home but much better with scrumptious country-style Cajun seafood, a boisterous atmosphere and creative alcoholic beverages.
We are very excited to share that Dancing Crab has unveiled an updated menu featuring new dishes that come with prices that won’t shock you. Needless to say, signature dishes such as their Dancing Crab Combo Bags are here to stay as well.
Are you ready to find out what Dancing Crab has to offer? You’d be sorry if you do not read on. READ ON
Last month, Délifrance Singapore launched a seasonal menu of two special croissant burger, mini cheesecakes and profiteroles. The good news is they are staying for a while more!
Now, wait for it. On top of the extension, Délifrance Singapore will be launching the Chicken Rendang Croissant Burger (S$12.90/set) on 23 May 2017, available until 3 July 2017.
You get a generous amount of Rendang chicken in your croissant burger and every bite is ultra-satisfying! Here is what we love about this exciting new addition!
Délifrance is a familiar name to Singaporeans. It is an established bakery loved for their fresh bakes such as croissants, baguettes and other French pastries.
With a whole list of outlets islandwide, you can find a Délifrance outlet near you effortlessly. If you haven’t visited in a while, you should.
From 11 April to 22 May 2017, Délifrance will be launching two new croissant burgers that will definitely excite you. The two choices are Chicken Teriyaki Croissant Burger (S$9.90) and Turkey Meltz Croissant Burger (S$10.90), both with its own unique features and taste.
The Croissant burger have got us pumped up because we have always been fans of their classic croissants and this is like good ol’ croissants levelling up! How can we say no? Here is what you are going to miss out on if you do head down to your nearest Délifrance outlet.