It’s really interesting that whenever I blog about a certain cuisine/food, I get a lot more traffic. After blogging for so many years, I guess it becomes a part of me, and I usually have a pretty good hunch of things that people like the most. It’s really not that difficult to spot future food trends.
Want to make a guess which are the Top 5 Most Popular Posts that you guys like to read on my food blog?
My list of Brunch Places in Singapore is the most viewed post on weekends as everyone goes on a hunt for pancakes and eggs benedict. Today is only Tuesday, but there’s no harm planning ahead for a little adventure this weekend! Have fun guys!
Buffet Restaurants in Singapore
What do I need to say? Singaporeans love buffet. This is a compilation of the Best Buffets in Singapore. Go on, click the link above; you know you want to find out where to go for a good feast.
Dim Sum Restaurants in Singapore
Egg tarts and Custard buns are my best friends, and apparently they are on good terms with most people too. Want to know where to go for yum cha?
Check out my list of best Dim Sum Restaurants in Singapore.
In recent years, cafes have sprung up all over the island. Cafes are typically affordable, and they serve good coffee in a great chillout ambience. It’s no wonder everyone is looking for a place to call their own.
Do use the list of Best Cafes in Singapore and go on a cafe-hopping trail.
Afternoon High Tea Places in Singapore
Nibble on a scone, have a cup of tea, chit-chat with friends, watch the world goes by… You deserve a nice break. Go for a nice Afternoon High Tea with your favourite people.
Hey chef, can you recommend few places for big group (~10) on a weekend? Cuisine doesn’t really matter, more of good food and ambience, lunch or dinner both is fine too
Hey Brad! Would really love it if you could compile a list of restaurants to go in the Bukit Timah area!! It would be so helpful!!! Thanks! )
Hello Joe. I thought of that because there are many hidden finds in Bukit Timah.
But the area is really too big so I’m still trying to figure out how I should go about to do my post. Will keep you posted! : )
haha, i so guessed the brunch one!?it was the first post that led me to your blog…
the high tea set looks really awesome. may I know where is that from? thanks!
Or you could use the tag feature in the meantime
While brad get’s cracking
@wenlin thanks! good to see you here! Have you tried any nice brunch places recently?
@Sandra Hello it’s no longer available, but you can check my list for more high tea options!
@jasmine: aww thank you! haha that tag doesn’t do justice to the food in the west. There are quite a lot of places that I’ve tried but didn’t blogged. So naturally it won’t be under the tag. Give me some time, I’ll work on my post on best eating places in the west : )
May I knw where is the first picture from!
@Bunnn It was taken during my trip to New York. The restaurant name is Imperial no. 9
Hey, it would be great if you include some post on places with good vegetarian food!
Need not be completely vegetarian restaurants, but it would be great to know where one can get good vegetarian food. With the world getting more and more health conscious, I think its a good idea
This is wonderful! What a great list of eating places in Singapore. I haven’t been (I’m from San Francisco and Chicago) and I hear Asian food here does not compare to those in Singapore. Thanks for sharing these places!
Hi lady iron chef, just came back from Singapore and ate at the St Regis Yan Ting restaurant, the dimsum was a disappointment. 2 years ago we ate there upon seeing your recommendations and the food was super super great. On this trip we brought new friends with us from Manila and were expecting the same great food….unfortunately the chef has left and the dimsum menu has become ordinary and the food comparable to food in Manila. Sad to say