Bukit Timah Plaza is an old shopping mall with many hidden gems and our latest discovery is Boyle’s Coffee which is situated beside Rise & Grind cafe. Nothing is over-the-top at Boyle’s Coffee and the most impressive thing you will find there is probably their chic espresso machine.
If you are looking for a change from the usual gimmicky cafes, Boyle’s Coffee is an artisanal cafe where you can settle in and escape with great coffee and some light bites. READ ON
A wallet-friendly dining establishment you should be taking note of is [email protected]—one of the many options along Greenwood Avenue.
[email protected] is a coffee shop by day where diners can delight in their multi-cuisine menu and a bistro by night for a chill dinner and drinking session with your mates. Most of the items on their menu are kept below S$13 and there is no GST and service charge.
We popped by on a Sunday afternoon to check out their weekend brunch. READ ON
Lorong Kilat is a cosy little street near Beauty World MRT Station on the new Downtown Line in Singapore. The new Downtown Line has made the whole Bukit Timah area very accessible so there is no excuse to not travel to the West for food now!
The whole stretch feels very comforting, like a quaint little neighbourhood street. But during meal hours, the place comes to life. Bars, bakeries, restaurants, cafes and more populate the area, with some very well known names such as Carpenter and Cook, Kim’s Family Restaurant and more.
Here is a Guide to Lorong Kilat’s Restaurants, Cafes & Eateries.
Singaporeans are blessed with a strong cafe scene in this little red dot we call home. Almost every region in the city has a good handful of cafes for you to explore – all the way from Pasir Ris to Jurong. Yes, even the west!
Although the west may sound like a far away land to many of you who do not reside there, we would gladly make our way there for a good cup of coffee or simply to appreciate the unique cafe interior design. We like to think of it as taking a day trip there with our friends in search of hidden gems in Singapore.
In this guide, we share with you our updated list of 30 Cafes in the West of Singapore You Must Visit. READ ON
Holland Village is a popular hangout spot in Singapore. Besides its numerous cafes and coffee places and bars, Holland Village is also known for housing many restaurants. You can find almost any kinds of cuisines in Holland Village—Chinese, Italian, Indian, Japanese, Lebanese, Mexican, Korean…
You are spoilt for choice at Holland Village; it is little wonder this is one of the most visited hoods in town.
And if you are thinking of heading there for a drink or a meal with friends, we have made things simple for you with our guide to 34 Restaurants, Bars & Cafes To Visit. READ ON
Talk about Pandan Gardens and most people would think of the much talked about Pandan Gardens Fishball Noodles.
My Little Ice-Cream Shop is a new concept by the same folks behind the famous fishball noodles eatery. This hole-in-a-wall ice cream parlour can be found within the compounds of Ayer Rajah Community Club which is a few bus stops away from Jurong East MRT Station.
The Pipe District sits far away from the city area in the Western side of Singapore. The relaxing vibes of the place is a stark contrast to the surrounding office buildings, providing a little rest-and-relax place for anyone wanting some good food and fun.
The theme of the place is industrial and the entire place is filled with pipes and rustic wooden decor.
Chances are you will not find notice Archipelago Creamery unless you are consciously looking out for it.
Hidden within the grounds of Nanyang Community Centre at Jurong West Street 91, you would need to take a bus from Boon Lay MRT Station to get to the community centre.
Sure, making it to the destination cafe requires some effort on top of searching for it within the compound. And the question is – is it worth the trip? READ ON