One Dish To Try in Penang – Assam Laksa

Penang Assam Laksa

Assam Laksa is a dish duly loved by many for its distinct spicy fish broth which brings about a complex burst of flavours, making it unbelievably satisfying and appetising. Every tourist who visits Penang is bound to be looking for a taste of this bowl of goodness. Locals too, treat this as a staple in their daily meals or even as a comfort food.

There is nothing more gratifying than slurping on the tangy and spicy broth for lunch or dinner, and it only makes you crave for more. The Assam Laksa is often served topped with an array of chopped vegetables with a spoonful of hae koh – a spicy shrimp paste dip.

Walk through any street in Penang, and you will be greeted by many stall vendors serving up bowls of this piping Assam Laksa to many of its patrons. It is addictive and is bound to get your stomachs churning in delight.

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7 Cafes In Toa Payoh – Cafe-Hopping In Your Neighbourhood

The Little Prince Creamery

Located in the Central Region of Singapore, Toa Payoh is evidently one of the oldest regions in the country and is fondly remembered for its iconic dragon-shaped playgrounds. In the recent years, cafe entrepreneurs have started to take notice of the estate and introduced the cafe culture there, making it a perfect afternoon escapade for many.

More often than not, cafe hoppers are greeted with a peaceful and quaint environment that will never remind them of the stressful life in a city. Most of these cafes are situated near to one another, making it irresistible to conquer them all while you are at Toa Payoh – like a day trip in Toa Payoh, yes?

So, we did some rounding up, and here are the Cafes To Visit In Toa Payoh while you are in the area!

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24 Cafes In Singapore That Open On Mondays

Revolution

Picture this scenario: You are down and beaten up by the dreaded Monday blues and are in need of some comfort food to brighten up your day. You google for your preferred choice of cafe, only to realize that they are indeed too, not functioning on the first day of the week.

We have been there, done that and very much want to elevate your dull Mondays. Nothing screams comfort as much as food does, which makes it even more frustrating when some of the cafes you want to visit so badly are closed on the day you need them the most.

With that said, we are here to help you kickstart the week with a bang. Check out the cafes in Singapore that are open on Mondays to bring a smile to the start of your week.

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Le Halo at Jalan Bukit Ho Swee – Retro-Themed Cafe In The Heartland

Le Halo Cafe Singapore

Le Halo at Jalan Bukit Ho Swee prides itself in being a retro themed cafe situated in the heartlands of Singapore. Together with online retail shop Chairish The Moments, the owner of the cafe furnished its interior with vintage knick-knacks from the yesteryears.

With the bright splash of colours found at almost every corner of the cafe, there will never be a dull moment here.

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10 Uncommon Ice Cream Flavours In Singapore To Rock Your World

Ice Cream

With ice-cream parlours sprouting up at almost every corner of Singapore, it triggers our curiosity even further to get our hands on their latest creations. Very often, we are in search of the very ice cream that will leave us in awe with its out-of-the-world flavours.

They say ice cream makes people happy, but we believe that with an added touch of creativity, it will send your endorphins trickling with excitement.

From Salted Egg Yolk Ice Cream to savoury Bacon Ice Cream, we are here to make the calories count. Join us on this journey to discover some of the Uncommon Ice Cream Flavours in Singapore that will rock your world.

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Paddy Hills – New Cafe At South Buona Vista Road With Insanely Photogenic Dishes

Paddy Hills

If you are an avid Instagram user, you might have seen insanely photogenic dishes of Paddy Hills taking the platform by storm. This Australian-inspired cafe by day and tapas bar by night prides itself in its choice of location by being away from crowd, so that diners can indulge in the food comfortably without the hubbubs of the city.

And by the way, if you recall, this unit used to be a part of many of our childhoods. It was where the former Lim Seng Lee Braised Duck used to be at.

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