A shout-out to those working in Singapore’s CBD because we are introducing to you a new coffee bar at Amoy Street, for you to get your daily fix of caffeine.
Officially launched on 25 September 2017, Upside Down Coffee Alternatives is a beautiful café space where you will discover quality brews which are crafted and poured by their main barista, Ivan. And on every Friday in October, you can get your hands on a batch brew for just S$1; what are you waiting for?
Uncle Ringo—Singapore’s favourite amusement and theme park—is happening at Punggol Bazaar from now until 25 June 2017.
With adulthood creeping up on most of us, fun is often something we take for granted. But let us not allow ourselves to fall into the endless cycle of monotonous routines and instead, unleash our inner child at Singapore’s favourite carnival—Uncle Ringo.
This time, Uncle Ringo is making its appearance at the Punggol Bazaar. Be prepared for heaps of good food, carnival games and rides that you can have a go at.
Happening from now until 25 June 2017, the Punggol Bazaar can be easily located as it sits just next to Exit D of Punggol MRT, right opposite Waterway Point.
Ultimo Italian Restaurant is a popular Italian restaurant located in the heart of Seminyak, Bali. Even if you are on a budget trip to Bali, do not be put off by its posh interior as the restaurant offers affordable pricing for its lovely ambiance and classic Italian dishes.
Most of the pastas and pizzas on the menu are priced less than RP100,000/ S$10. You can even complement the food with house pour wines starting from as low as RP25,000/ S$2.50. Drop by the place and you will see why this is one of our all-time favourite Italian restaurants in Seminyak. READ ON
EXCLUSIVE: UberEATS is delivering Hai Di Lao Hot Pot on Chinese New Year Day 3 (30 Jan 2017) and you can legit get a Hai Di Lao meal for 6 (valued at S$300) for free. And no, we are not kidding.
THIS IS JUST ABOUT THE BEST NEWS, ISN’T IT?
Here’s how you can get Hai Di Lao Hot Pot on UberEATS:
UberEATS has finally launched in Tokyo, Japan! We were invited to the launch of the app in Tokyo and had a full experience of UberEATS, from tap to table.
While UberEATS has been around in Singapore for awhile, this launch in Japan is the 8th country and 34th city added to their fast-growing and extensive list.
Their mission is simple – to make eating well effortless at anytime for anyone. The efficiency of tapping on your smart device and having a meal or snack delivered right to your doorstep is our idea of convenience. In Tokyo, 150 restaurant partners have partnered up with UberEATS for this launch and there will definitely be gradual expansion in time to come.
Launched on 29 September 2016, UberEATS has already been a hit with the local crowd. Tokyo is a unique city as it has a strong dining culture. UberEATS in Tokyo is so diverse because you can get anything from a simple Acai Bowl to a full on restaurant-quality meal from Michelin-starred restaurants such as SOUGO.
UberEATS is now in Singapore and it is good news for everyone, especially people who stay in Serangoon!
Starting from today, UberEATS will deliver to people living in Serangoon and in parts of Kovan, Hougang, Joo Seng, Potong Pasir and Tai Seng with over 30 participating food and beverage establishments. The launch of Serangoon means that its coverage has actually expanded by five times! And what we love is the curated list of homegrown brands.
UberEATS is a convenient food delivery service where you can easily request for your desired food to be sent to you with just a few taps on the UberEATS mobile app. There is no minimum order required and DELIVERY IS FREE!
For those of you who are new to UberEATS, use our promo code “LADYIRONCHEFEATS” to get S$10 off (for first timer users only) from now until 31 October 2016.
One of the best news we’ve received this month is knowing that United Airlines has launched its inaugural nonstop flight from Singapore to San Francisco on 03 June 2016. The Golden Gate City is now only 15 hours and 30 minutes away, and yes, it is a non-stop flight! Man, are we so done with transits!
United Airlines is the first airline to offer direct non-stop routes between these two metropoles. It is also currently the only aviation company offering a direct flight service between Singapore and the United States.
Previously, travellers would have to transit in Tokyo or Hong Kong and board a connecting flight to get to San Francisco. Thankfully, that hassle is no longer necessary.
Sexy. Artsy. Fuss-free. Comfort. URBAN Bakery Works presents itself as the it place in Hong Kong for all-day casual dining. Its concept shop at The Landmark is a stunner, and it promises nothing but a hip and fun experience. While there are many things that we love at URBAN Bakery Works, the highlight has got to be the Ball Law Cowssant. It totally blew us away. We will go so far as to say that it is a must-eat in Hong Kong.
A hybrid of croissant and po luo bao (pineapple bun) complete with a slab of French butter, the Ball Law Cowssant (Dare devil version) is nothing but sheer indulgence. If you love po luo bao, you will fall in love uncontrollably with URBAN Bakery Works’ divine creation!
Besides the Ball Law Cowssant, URBAN Bakery Works offers croissants (made with French A.O.C butter) in seven different flavours – like almond, Belgian chocolate, cheddar cheese, and brulee. The croissants that we’ve sampled are so well made that they are just as good, if not even better than the ones that we had in Paris.
That’s not all. The chic bakery cafe also serves excellent Vittoria coffee, a variety of salad and sandwiches which are perfect for a light and casual meal, as well as an array of decadent cakes and pastries. Our favourite is the What The Fudge – a luscious chocolate fudge cake that is enveloped with what seemed like a whole factory of kitkat and M&M’s. And this is what we call super photogenic and Instagram-worthy. Non-chocolate lovers might just be besotted, too!
We like that URBAN Bakery Works never rests on its laurels and is constantly coming up with new creations. Kiss My Butterfly is its latest invention. The classic Mille-feuille is given a modern twist by using caramelised palmiers layer with season fruits and custard fillings. Just the thought of it is enough to make us salivate. We cannot wait to try it the next time we are in Hong Kong!
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URBAN bakery Works
Room 322, 3/F The Landmark
12-16 Des Voeux Road Central
Tel: +852 3565 4320
Mon to Fri: 7.30am – 8pm Sat, Sun & PH: 8.30am – 8pm
Nearest Station: Central
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