Malaysian food, in general, is well-liked among locals and foreigners and each city has its own specialties. Most people would know about Penang Char Kway Teow and Kuala Lumpur‘s Chili Pan Mee because these are two popular tourist destinations.
Another Malaysian city that is often overlooked is Ipoh which is somewhere in between Penang and Kuala Lumpur. The capital city of Perak may be quiet but it has its own charms that are worth discovering as well—especially their local food!
Here are 10 Local Food You Have To Try When In Ipoh. READ ON
Singapore is home to a multitude of international cuisines and one we always find ourselves craving for from time to time is Thai cuisine.
Thai food is unmistakable; it is vibrant, dynamic and full-flavoured from the use of rich spices to portray a combination of spicy, sour, sweet and salty notes. In Singapore, we are blessed to have a huge number of Thai dining establishments that cater to any kind of budget you have—whether you are looking for no-frills eateries or classy restaurants.
Whenever you are craving for some good Thai food, refer to our guide to 24 Thai Restaurants In Singapore To Visit At Least Once.
Hanoks are traditional Korean houses which bear the marks of past, traditional Korean living. Staying in a hanok would be one of the best ways to fully immerse yourself into traditional Korean lifestyle and culture. And best of all, you will not have to pay an exorbitant price for this special experience.
Furthermore, most hanoks are situated within close proximity of prominent tourists attractions such as Gyeongbokgung Palace or Changdeokgung Palace. They are also close to various train stations which makes travelling around Seoul a whole lot easier.
Here are 9 Hanok Stays In Seoul Under S$140 For A True Blue Korean Experience. Have a great time in Seoul!
Having made its name as an artisanal dessert cafe at Horne Road, Two Bakers has opened their second outlet along Teck Chye Terrace. Helmed by Le Cordon Bleu Paris trained chef, you can expect the same quality food and French-fusion desserts at the Serangoon outlet.
Have you ever searched high and low for a particular treat from your childhood, yet to no avail? Well, with Two Bakers’ new Nostalgia dessert series, you can relive those beloved flavours and memories once again.
In addition to their new selection of nostalgic desserts, Two Bakers also offers a whole new menu of mains, including a specially crafted dinner menu at the Serangoon outlet. With the mission to serve wholesome food for the soul and the motto of “eat well live well”, here’s why you really should drop by Two Bakers’ new outlet soon!
From now until 30 Aug 2019, our readers can quote “ladyironchef” to enjoy 25% off mains for weekdays lunch and dinner (Tuesdays to Fridays), excluding Public Holidays.
Trends come and go, just like the castella cake and froyo food fads. Better ones do come along, but sometimes all we want is a good ol’ croissant done well.
If you aren’t already on the bandwagon to suss out some of Singapore’s most buttery, flaky and absolutely delicious croissants, that’s fine. We’ve done you the favour of narroing down the really good croissants in Singapore so that any time you are sick of fads, you can turn to this classic French bread.
Whether it’s for breakfast, brunch or dessert, this list of 9 Bakeries with The Best Flaky Buttery Croissants in Singapore will satisfy you!
Originally known as the Public Utilities Board Building, TripleOne Somerset has undergone several facelifts over the years. Located at the quieter area of Orchard Road, off the main shopping street, it is now operating as a commercial building as well as a shopping mall.
The latest revamp of the TripleOne Somerset sees several new F&B tenants that are exclusive to the mall. Check out our TripleOne Somerset Food Directory to get an overview of what you can expect when the mall fully opens.
Prominent for serving some of the best Sichuan and Cantonese food in town, Si Chuan Dou Hua strives to constantly change up their menu to bring us fresh dishes that are stellar both in taste and presentation. Helmed by Executive Chef Leung Wing Chung, Si Chuan Dou Hua at PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road specialises in authentic and traditional fare, finely-crafted to bring out the original flavours of each dish.
Available for lunch and dinner from 15 July to 30 September 2019, feast like a royal with the Pi Pa Roast Suckling Pig (S$138 for half pig and S$228 for full pig) and specially curated set menus which feature the likes of flavourful stir-fried crabs, delicately prepared double-boiled soup and many more.
In the promotion, their newest suckling pig dish is accompanied by a myriad of other Cantonese-style dishes that are sure to tantalise your tastebuds. This set is available for both lunch and dinner from 15 July to 30 September 2019. To help you enjoy the meal even further, you can quote “LIC15″ upon making your reservation to enjoy 15% off all Pi Pa Suckling Pig Set Menus.
Check out what we thought of Si Chuan Dou Hua’s new lineup of dishes in their Royal Roast!
Instagram-worthy cafes are all the rage, with the photogenic walls and food that are impeccably plated. However, sometimes all we need is a comfortable place to lounge around while enjoying a good book.
Book cafes are highly underrated. How wonderful it is if we could just escape from the hustle and bustle of life, and just have some quiet time alone with a book in hand!
Sounds like something that appeals to you? We’ve collated a list of 5 Book Cafes scattered around Singapore to take you on a journey of a lifetime through its pages, all while enjoying a hot cup of joe and a delicious plate of food.