Imagine having a serving of fresh nigiri sushi in front of you. Now, multiply that by 6, put them in a bowl and you would have a chirashi don. The sight of freshly sliced sashimi laid atop mirin-doused sticky rice will not only be a visual feast, but the explosion of flavours will impress your palate every single time.
Chirashi don is often pricey, what with the premium tuna, sea urchin and all. But if you can make do with a simple serving of basic chirashi don sans the lavish items, you actually have many choices if the chirashi don craving kicks in—and your wallet need not take a beating.
Here is our guide to 9 cheap Chirashi Don in Singapore for S$18 and under that you wished you knew about earlier.
Foodies, are you ready? The annual Geylang Serai Ramadan Bazaar 2017 is finally here! This year, the Geylang Serai Ramadan Bazaar will be held from 26 May 2017 to 24 June 2017 around the areas of Geylang Serai market, Joo Chiat Complex and along Haig Road with more than 1,000 stalls expected to be part of the event’s lineup.
From a variety of foods that includes traditional Hari Raya favourites to a crazy number of Instagrammable desserts, you will be in for a wild ride!
Admission to the Geylang Serai Ramadan Bazaar is free and there are endless reasons why you should not pass up on the chance to thrive in the festivities at Singapore’s largest pasar malam. Curious to know what treasures you can find there? Read on to find out more!
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
Have you ever been so obsessed with a particular TV show or movie ‘fandom’ that you just cannot get enough of it? Fawning over characters, story plots and the whole fictional universe of a show is nothing new.
Because this gets a lot of traffic and demand for merchandise and all things related, some people have decided to come up with themed cafes and restaurants to further entrance people into that particular world.
One of the most popular themes used is none other than Harry Potter and there are actually quite a number of Potter-themed F&B establishments worldwide centred around this iconic series. Other themes include popular American television series, cult movies and more – and we love them all.
If you are intrigued by all the crazy and cool themes that currently exists around the world, read on to discover the 17 Coolest Movie & TV Show-Themed Restaurants And Bars Around The World.
As an avid dessert lover, nothing beats the sugar rush of savouring a gorgeous slice of chocolate cake or digging into a refreshing fruit sorbet. For all the dessert fans out there with an incurable sweet tooth, just know that you are not alone.
We get it, desserts are like a taste of heaven. To us, having a bite of a perfectly made dessert is like falling in love; adrenaline, satisfaction, sheer happiness and all.
Before we get too excited, there are definitely “downfalls” of being a self-declared dessert enthusiast. Here are 8 Problems Only Dessert Lovers Understand – Must. Have. Cake.
Known as Kuala Lumpur’s Chinatown, Jalan Petaling is a vibrant street where peak hour starts just before sunset and vendors start opening up their stalls for business. The massive market spreads across Jalan Pudu and Jalan Sultan.
It is common to see locals and tourists bargaining at Petaling Street as there is stiff competition arising from the scores of shops selling souvenirs, electronics and even fake designer items.
In the midst of shopping, fill your tummy with delicious street food you can find at Petaling Street. Here are 10 Street Food To Look Out For At Petaling Street, Kuala Lumpur. READ ON
Hai Di Lao Hot Pot is finally opening a new outlet in the East of Singapore at Bedok Mall. Known for its Sichuan-style hot pot and exceptional services, Hai Di Lao has quickly established itself as one of the most popular hot pot restaurants in Singapore.
The opening at Bedok Mall is certainly great news for East-siders who no longer have to travel all the way to town to satisfy the cravings for the awesome tomato soup.
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The congested traffic along the roads of Indonesia’s bustling capital may be daunting at first glance but we have to admit we are still very much drawn to Jakarta by the wafting aroma and tastiness of their local street food.
Sukun Goreng, Gado-gado and the Pisang Coklat are some personal favourites among the local street selections.
Here is a list of popular street delicacies and snacks to fill your rumbling stomach after a delightful day of meandering through Jakarta’s hustle and bustle.