There is just something so inviting about a hot bowl of rich and nourishing ramen and it is one of our go-to comfort foods whenever we need a perk me up especially on wet gloomy days in Singapore. But it is hard to find a sumptuous bowl of ramen that comes at a reasonable figure and this is why Ramen Hitoyoshi should be your next dining destination.
Ramen Hitoyoshi is a 2-month old restaurant in Harbourfront Centre that all ramen lovers need to know. Brought to you by a partnership between local chefs Ray and Tan who have a breadth of experience in various dining establishments including Keisuke Ramen, Ramen Hitoyoshi’s menu features a selection of affordable yet tasty ramen options starting from S$10.90, and diners also have the opportunity to customise their own ramen.
Singaporeans who love visiting Bangkok’s most well-known night market Talad Rod Fai Srinakarin should be glad to know that their sister market has opened in the Ratchada area of Bangkok.
Although the market is smaller than the Srinakarin branch, it is conveniently located just a few minutes walk away from National Cultural Center MRT Station. The night market’s central location and wide variety of food and fashion stalls make it a popular destination for locals and tourists.
Not sure what you can find at The New Rot Fai Market Ratchada? We share some of our best finds with you! READ ON
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Good news to all rum aficionados! There is a rum and Caribbean-themed festival happening in Singapore from 10 July 2017 to 15 July 2017 at Keong Saik. Immerse yourself in a Caribbean oasis and get savvy with rum, hearty eats, and Caribbean culture at Rasa Fiesta Singapura 2017.
Those of us who are passionate about rum will know the sugarcane-based spirit hardly gets as much attention as whiskeys and craft beers. But the Rasa Fiesta Singapura is surely reason for lovers of rum to rejoice!
The annual Ramadan bazaar at Geylang Serai is back from 26 May to 24 June 2017.
During the Geylang Serai’s Ramadan Bazaar last year, psychedelic rainbow bagels, cloud-like cotton candy drinks and even churros with salted egg yolk sauce.
Accordingly to the Geylang Serai Ramadan Bazaar’s organisers, there will be more than 1,000 shops selling snacks including candy floss burritos, “poke bowls” and “rainbow planet” ice cream buns this year.
Royce’ is an all-time favourite Japanese chocolate brand and we have been a fan of the brand for almost a decade.
Ask our friends and every visitor to our house, and they’d tell you our fridge always has a certain Royce’ product—mostly the legendary Nama Chocolate, the irresistible Potatochip Chocolate and the iconic Chocolate Bars. Yes, you bet we are one of the very loyal customers.
Our loyalty stemmed from the consistently high-quality chocolate and reasonable price tags; they have never let us down. Always fresh, always divine. Royce’s chocolates and snacks make great gifts too.
Founded in Sapporo in 1983, Royce’ started with its iconic Chocolate Bar and today, you can find a whole range of chocolate products including Nama Chocolate, Chocolate Wafers, Petite Truffle, Prafeuille Chocolat, Popcorn Chocolate, as well as the all-new premium Royce’ ice cream.
Here are some of our perennial favourites from Royce’.
We know how Hong Kong’s dense skyscrapers might be suffocating over time. For a quick escapade, head over to the laid back Repulse Bay for a temporary change of environment.
The resort-like destination is especially hectic over the weekend, so dropping by on a weekday seems more sensible.
From shopping at The Pulse, suntanning at Repulse Bay Beach, dining at Limewood to enjoying an afternoon tea at The Verandah, here is a brief guide on what to do, eat and see during a day trip to Repulse Bay in Hong Kong.
Joining the bustling cafe scene in the east is Routesixtysix, a newly opened neighbourhood cafe that serves mainly delectable waffles, ice cream of many interesting flavours and a range of house brews.
The small yet cosy cafe is less than 10 minutes walk from Bedok MRT Station and is situated just across the street from FATCAT Ice Cream Bar. Visitors can expect the cafe to start serving brunch items from May 2017.
Thai food is versatile, a myriad of flavours, and generally a whole lot of fun for chefs. And Rochor Thai’s Chef Owner Joel Ong—who lived a year in Thailand to learn about the Central Thai cuisine—was determined to bring the best of Thai dishes to Singapore.
While most Thai eateries and restaurants in Singapore serve more North-Eastern Thai fare, Rochor Thai specialises in Central Thai Cuisine—which is a lot more balanced, less salty and no less delicious—and it does not use any MSG at all.
Rochor Thai prides itself in its meticulous preparation and the use of fresh ingredients to ensure the authenticity of its food, with flavours found nowhere else in Singapore.
Making his mark in 2012 at Rochor Centre, Rochor Thai’s inception saw overwhelming success and has brought them to where they are today. Today, they are located at Novena Regency, with a more modern and swanky look. They have rocketed to the top of our list and is now among our favourite Thai restaurants.
From now until 15 March 2017, simply quote ‘ladyironchef’ to enjoy 30% off your bill—valid from 6pm to 10pm on Mondays to Thursdays, except PHs.