Based on a recent research finding, it concludes that Singaporeans are consuming well below the recommended serving of vegetables in our diet.
Those pathetic slices of cucumber with our chicken rice? Definitely not enough. Yet while vegetarian and vegan cuisines are growing in popularity, the general mindset towards our leafy greens are still “Huh? No meat? No thanks.”
We hope that with this list of casual vegetarian eateries in Singapore that won’t have your wallet take a beating, we could change your mind about meatless cuisine—however feeble the attempt you may think it is.
The night before Monday begins is when the blues start to reach their peak. You are trapped wide awake in the hours between midnight and dawn. You blame yourself for sleeping in on Sunday morning and napping so much even after that. Whatever you do, do not count sheep because focusing on the numbers keeps you awake.
How do you deal with Monday blues when they make you like a slob on the inside and out? Well, at least you are not alone because this is how our Mondays are.
The mala craze has not died down just yet and we are sure that many of you, just like us, find yourselves pining for some of that kick-throat spice in the middle of the day.
Gone are the days where you can solely get some of that devilishly hot goodness from a bowl of mala hotpot. Now, that addictive heat can be found in the form of unconventional items such as potato chips, popcorn, chicken wings and even pizza.
We have here a list of 9 favourites mala-inspired food that you can turn to for more of that mouth-numbing spice.
Light, crisp and thoroughly invigorating, Somersby’s premium range of ciders—including the very popular Sparkling Rosé—have revolutionised the way we think, drink and feel about ciders by showing us its lighter side without the unpleasant bitterness. As Singapore’s favourite cider brand since 2012, they have never failed to maintain an innovative range of refreshing ciders that always hits the spot.
Somersby has always believed in promoting open-mindedness and sunny togetherness. With this in mind, here comes the new Sparking White Cider—a drink that will definitely spark joy.
Inspired by the taste profile and aroma of white wine, Sparkling White Cider is the marriage between a refreshing cider and white wine; bubbly, fruity and crisp minus the bitter and astringent after-taste of wine.
A celebrated stalwart in Singapore’s omakase scene, Sushi Jiro is an institution that aims to provide diners with a lavish, authentic dining experience that comes as close to the ones you can get in Japan itself.
For a multi-sensory journey that aims to let your taste buds feel things that they’ve never felt before, Sushi Jiro employs only the most premium ingredients to create their gastronomical masterpieces. From incredibly fresh seasonal seafood to the best cuts of beef that are air-flown from Japan up to 4-times a week, you can be assured that you’ll be getting the best out of the best when you dine here at Sushi Jiro.
Boasting a spacious floor space that can accommodate over 100 diners, the restaurant’s palatially designed interior mimics that of a traditional Japanese sushi eatery and provides a cosy dining environment for you to enjoy your meal. Also accompanying the welcoming interior is the breathtaking view of Keppel Bay with its sleek architecture and orderly lined-up rows of yachts.
From now until 30 August 2019, our readers can quote ‘ladyironchef’ upon making reservations to enjoy 15% OFF Sushi Jiro’s omakase menus. The promotion may not be combined with other discounts, promotions, and vouchers. It is also not applicable for any order of alcohol drinks.
It is 5am and you’re just done with a long day after an entire night of OT (or partying and clubbing).
Hunger pangs start to kick in and while this definitely isn’t a problem for most of us during the daytime—given the countless edible options in our foodie nation—there would be a serious headache if you’re hungry during ungodly hours.
If you’re tired of calling up McDonald’s delivery services and are looking for something along the lines of a piping hot bowl of bak kut teh, fishball noodles or dim sum, fret not for here are 10 eateries in Singapore that are open 24/7.
Photo Credit: Tanglin Gin Singapore
Perhaps one of the first few cocktails you’d start with when you first hit a club would be the classic Gin and Tonic: a highball cocktail made with Gin and Tonic water poured over ice.
While we might have never actually given much thought to the origins of the spirits served— granted, alcohol is usually imported—you’d never actually expect to find a distillery on home ground.
Situated among dozens of other mini factories that churn out baked goods is where Tanglin Gin—a micro-distillery—produces what can be considered Singapore’s very own homemade gin. It’s rather surprising; really, how long it took for our first distillery to appear, considering how much of Singapore’s nightlife centres around drinking?
Fans of the classic lobster roll, today is your day.
Visualise a toasted buttered brioche that is stuffed to the brim with succulent chunks of lobster meat and doused in a copious amount of mayonnaise or melted butter. Sounds incredible, doesn’t it?
While Singapore is home to a plethora of amazing food, the lobster roll scene could be better. More commonly found in our western counterparts such as New York City and London, places that serve up a solid lobster roll are hard to come by on our sunny little island.
If you are a fan of this luxurious snack (yes, snack, because nobody gets full from just one roll), you’d be glad to know that slowly but surely, there are more places in Singapore that sell lobster rolls. We’ve rounded up some of our favourites in this post.