This marvellous handmade dessert – or what is better known now as Ice Cream Rolls – from Thailand has been the talk of the town of late, and we are here to check out the hype.
Ice Cream Rolls are essentially made from pouring milk on an iced grill, before continuously smashing and chopping them skillfully while mixing in various toppings, be it fruits, chocolates or even marshmallows. The slightly hardened ice cream is thereafter rolled into thin pieces and drizzled with dessert sauces – so wickedly sinful, which makes us love them more.
If you have been salivating at videos of this sweet creation on your social media feeds, you should be treating yourself to a helping already. Many ice cream parlours in Singapore have picked up on this trend, bringing these Ice Cream Rolls closer to our doorsteps and our hearts.
That being said, check out these 5 Places In Singapore To Get Ice Cream Rolls!
Fans of MUJI, the popular Japanese concept store, rejoice as they bring you something even bigger and better. Café & Meal MUJI – the first MUJI cafe in Singapore is now open at The Paragon. The Japanese cafe is adjacent to their current merchandise store in the mall, and we were most certainly thrilled by their arrival.
For those who spot a snaking queue, we urge you to join the crowd if you are one who are often seeking unique cafe experiences; it will be worth your while. Here’s what you can expect from Café & Meal MUJI at Paragon.
We all have a weak spot for nostalgic places that remind us of the good times and bring us back to rekindle the fondest memories of the past. Singapore is evolving so rapidly, as it takes its place in being one of the busiest countries in the world. In the midst of all these mayhem, we sometimes find ourselves going back to our comfort zones to reminisce the good old carefree days.
For those who are looking for a piece of the past to hang on to, we are here to provide some guidance on where you can do so. These cafes in Singapore will bound to invoke some of your coveted childhood memories, or you can take the time to simply discover the vintage objects that the older generations used to live with when they were young.
You will love these Nostalgic and Retro Cafes In Singapore That Will Take You Back To The Good Old Days.
If you are looking for a place to spend a quiet afternoon at, Lepark at People’s Park Complex – an unlikely location for a cool mod-sin tapas bar, we know – counts as a recent discovery and is now our new hideout.
With its hole-in-the-wall setting, it might take a little more effort to hunt this cafe down, but we promise you will not be disappointed with a rooftop dining experience unlike any other.
If you do not know what Nutella is, well, you have not truly lived. This hazelnut chocolate spread, or simply put, chocolate heaven in a jar is often a breakfast staple amongst many. Slather it on your slice of bread, add it into your dosage of coffee in the morning, or even throw in a dollop while preparing your milkshake – tons of ways which this glorious ingredient can be a part of your everyday life.
In our efforts to tickle your taste buds further, we have come up with a few recipes that are easy peasy. Think Nutella Mug Cakes, Nutella Brownies, Nutella S’mores – all of these can be prepared with minimal effort and the simplest of ingredients.
Tempted to try? You have to read on to find out what the 9 Easy Nutella Recipes You Can Try At Home are! Nutella lovers, you have been warned.
Bingsu is a popular Korean dessert which first started with ingredients primarily comprising of ice shavings, condensed milk, Korean rice cake and occasionally topped off with dollops of red bean or other similar fillings.
We can now find various renditions of this Korean dessert with toppings such as fruits, ice cream and even cheesecakes to suit the taste buds of many. This simple yet genius creation has captured the hearts of many Singaporeans, crowned as the perfect solution to bring the heat down.
That said, we have combined a list of the 8 Korean Bingsu in Singapore You Must Try. It is highly advisable to drag your friends or loved ones with you because the servings are usually huge, and more importantly, we believe that the best things in life should be shared.
Being one of the new members to the cafe-hopping family in Singapore, OMB at Dunlop Street will be the dream come true of all bacon lovers. You probably already got that from its name – Oh My Bacon, geddit?
Let’s cut the chase and go straight to the point – bacon is used as much as possible in every dish in the menu at OMB – Singapore’s first bacon-inspired cafe. Even the simplest of dish will have its flavours elevated with bacon. You see, anything bacon is always good.
Being in a food haven like Singapore allows us countless opportunities to encounter new dishes and experiment with local flavours while meeting new people. Being Singaporeans, we are bound to possess certain dining traits that make us truly Singaporean.
Take a look around you and you might just see these interesting habits in those closest to you. Ever been asked by foreign friends about how Singaporeans are like? Here’s a sneak peek into some of the dining etiquettes that most Singaporean diners possess!
Here are the 10 Types Of Singaporean Diners You Will Meet Once In Your Life.