Heading up to level 2 of 73 Amoy Street to Dapper Coffee was a tiny setback, especially after trudging through Singapore’s humid weather. But the cosy space made up for the “hike”, and we spent an idyllic afternoon at the cafe over great coffee.
The swanky interior resembles a cool British pub. The coffee aroma that filled the air was alluring and we were thankful for the good range of different coffee to choose from.
Let’s see what the hype about Dapper Coffee is all about.
Are you hosting a dinner party this year? Well, we have some tips for you if you are working on a budget. Turkeys, hams and other Christmas necessities can be so incredibly pricey, especially during the week before the D-day itself.
One great way to save money is to cook most of the dishes yourself, and only pre-order pre-made items that are really difficult to make, such as log cakes. It is actually really simple to make a Christmas turkey at home, if you have an oven that is big enough.
Here are 5 Simple Tips On How to Plan For A Christmas Dinner On A Budget that will help you save time and money!
Located at the basement of ION Orchard where the food hall is, the newly opened Mr. Churro is seeing crazy queues, even at 3pm on a Monday! One can only imagine what peak hours and weekends would be like.
No better way to showcase your flair for baking and cooking this holiday season, where you will probably be hosting or attending loads of Christmas and New Year’s parties. Well, even if you are not the best baker or cook, whipping out some cool little treats for your guests won’t be rocket science.
Here are 3 Quick & Easy Christmas Recipes For Tea Time Treats that you can experiment with for the holiday parties to come. Tasty little treats need not take forever to make and we can prove it.
Located just across the Serangoon Stadium, it is pretty easy to miss The Plain Jane – a quaint little cafe which just opened recently; it is unassuming, but definitely worth looking out for. The interior is filled with vintage items and collectibles, and how we love those hanging lightbulbs.
Jane, the lady boss (hence, the name of this cafe) shared about her daily fresh bakes with much enthusiasm. Do not expect rainbows cakes and bright bakes here, because Jane likes to keep everything simple. Well, The Plain Jane, right?
While strolling down a less populated part of Bangkok, we stumbled upon a small and quirky cafe – Bangkoku Cafe, which immediately sparked our interest. Located just beside one of Bangkok’s most popular old-school barbers – Good Old Days Barber Shop – we were delighted by the cosy cafe’s reasonably priced drinks.
Sprawled on the walls are various menu items, from typical coffee to some very interesting alcoholic cocktails. Although this cafe has a limited food menu of a few cakes and sweet treats, the great drinks were enough to keep us happy.
With so many overly-publicised big cafes in Bangkok, it was nice to see a simple and humble cafe like Bangkoku Cafe.
The holidays are drawing near and you will slowly receive more and more invitations to holiday or Christmas parties. To some, it is a magical event where you get to socialise and catch up with family or friends.
But to the rest, it is a much dreaded and unbearable social necessity that you just want to get over and done with. Well, we’ve been on both sides and we understand.
Because there will always be these 8 Types of People You Would Meet At A Christmas Party - whichever you are going to head to. READ ON
What is Christmas without an exciting lineup of festive activities and parades, right? You may think that many countries in Asia generally do not have big-scale Christmas celebrations due to religious beliefs and cultural differences.
However, cities such as Bangkok – with over 90% of people being buddhists – actually do celebrate the festivity with pretty big-scale lights and decor.
Europe may have the most stunning White Christmas, but here are 5 Exciting Christmas Celebrations in Asia you should totally check out.