If you are an avid food lover like us, you would understand how hungry we are in our search for new cafes, trendy bars and hidden restaurants. Found in the Lavender district, Tyrwhitt Road is a haven for foodies and you would understand our joy when we laid eyes upon all the cafes and restaurants situated along this street.
From notable favourites such as The Tiramisu Hero and Chye Seng Huat Hardware, here are 9 Cafes & Restaurants You Must Try Along Tyrwhitt Road.
Strategically situated right in between the bustling Bugis neighbourhood and City Hall area, Purvis Street is pretty much the centre of it all. In the vicinity of places such as the huge National Library and the iconic Raffles Hotel, Purvis Street is visited by both locals and tourists alike.
For us, Purvis Street has it all—both old and new. Filled with swanky European restaurants amidst honest and humble old school eateries serving local cuisines, the eclectic mix of a plethora of different restaurants is something anyone can appreciate.
If you are not familiar, here is a guide to Purvis Street’s Restaurants & Cafes. It is time to start planning a trip down for some good food!
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
Clarke Quay is a food paradise – with over 20 lunch offerings & options - and offers a great range of wallet-friendly brunch options that are no less satisfying. That’s not all. Drivers also get to enjoy free parking* on Sundays from now to 24 Jan 2016!
From now to 24 Jan 2016, Sundays are made more fun with Sunday Sports Carnival at Clarke Quay; look forward to a series of fun-filled bonding activities such as lawn darts, giant and many more bowling, along with the opportunity to win prizes such as a Novotel Singapore Clarke Quay staycation and Dining Vouchers worth up to $1000!.
From famous joint, The Butchers Club Burger to Balinese restaurant Bayang, here are 9 Exciting Brunch Destinations at Clarke Quay that you should check out this weekend. Selected restaurants are extending kids-dine-free offers and 1-for-1 promotions!
Clarke Quay is more than a nightlife-only destination. In fact, it is a foodie’s heaven with its 20 over restaurants that open are in the day for lunch! With the area being shielded from the sun and heat, we really enjoy breezy lunches at Clarke Quay.
Clarke Quay is actually a family-friendly area by day with a plethora of mouthwatering dining options. To add on to the fun, from 06 Dec 2015 to 24 Jan 2016, Clarke Quay is holding a Sports Carnival every Sunday from 1pm to 6pm. Expect inflatable darts, giant bowling, football, kids-dine-free, as well as 1-for-1 promotions!
Shove work aside, pick a Sunday and take the time to bond with your family over fun activities and hearty meals; there is nothing more precious than spending time with your loved ones. There are actually 8 Child-Friendly Clarke Quay Restaurants – of which five of them are giving away free* meals to children!
Besides attractive promotions and fun games, Clarke Quay precinct is also offering free parking on Sundays with every S$20 spent and the opportunity to win exciting prizes such as a staycation at Novotel Singapore Clarke Quay and dining vouchers.
There are so many reasons for you to check out Clarke Quay and re-discover Singapore once more, and those with families, here are 8 Restaurants at Clarke Quay, and kids dine for free for most of them.
Chip Bee Gardens is located directly across Holland Village and is home to a stretch of gourmet cafes and restaurants. Although it is conveniently situated across Holland Village MRT Train Station, the vicinity is relatively under the radar when compared to the ever bustling Holland Village.
Long-standing gourmet restaurants Mai Thai and Original Sins have been established at Chip Bee Gardens since years ago, but the recent year saw newcomers Sunday Folks and Monocle attracting hoards of hipsters entering the once-quiet neighbourhood. Chip Bee Gardens is now an attractive dining destination for epicureans; from Madrinaa Italiano restaurant to ice cream parlour The Daily Scoop, there is definitely something that will catch your fancy.
Here is our guide to 9 cafes and restaurants in Chip Bee Gardens that you should check out.
Take in the beautiful ambience of the Sentosa Cove marina while dining at one of Quayside Isle’s many F&B outlets from cafes to fine dining restaurants. Indulge in contemporary and exotic cuisines from all around the world; from authentic Greek food to Spanish grilled seafood.
If you have a hankering for Mediterranean food, head over to Mykonos On The Bay or Miska Café for authentic fare. Local or Chinese food are also available at various restaurants here such as Cove Stadium and Blue Lotus. Quayside Isle offers an experience that is hard to beat – think of it as stepping into an enclave of surprises, one where you can experience various gourmets of the world all at one place. Whatever you have a taste for, we are pretty sure you can find your answer here.
This is your definitive guide to the restaurants, bars and cafes at Quayside Isle.
Tiong Bahru is every cafe hopper’s dream and also every foodie’s heaven. With the wide range of cuisine types and choices this trendy neighbourhood offers, Tiong Bahru has slowly and successfully become one of the most iconic food destinations in Singapore.
The formula is no rocket science – Tiong Bahru offers us a rustic charm like no other. With a neighbourhood as full of life as Tiong Bahru, it is no surprise that more and more people choose to open their cafes, restaurants or bakeries here.
If you are unfamiliar with the area or thinking about making a trip down to sample some delicious food, here is our Guide to Tiong Bahru’s Restaurants, Cafes & Eateries to assist you in picking the best place in the neighbourhood to dine in.