It’s small, it’s pretty and it’s mouth-wateringly delicious; it’s a cupcake. Found on dessert tables, at weddings and they’re probably in your friends’ refrigerators, these sweet little morsels have crept their way into many Singaporeans’ hearts.
Varieties of cupcakes are aplenty – from the classics such as Chocolate and Red Velvet to local delights such as Gula Melaka, there’s a cupcake for everyone. With our comprehensive list on the best cupcakes in Singapore, you’ll be bound to discover your favourite!
Whether you like the flaky puff pastry egg tart or the butter cookie egg tart, freshly-baked egg tarts are instant gratification.
From the famous Tong Heng’s iconic diamond-shaped egg tart, to Honolulu Cafe’s flaky egg tart, we are lucky that there are plenty of places that offer really good egg tarts in Singapore.
Here is our guide to the best egg tarts you can find in Singapore.
To even out the battle between cafés in the West against the East of Singapore, match our guide on Cafés In The West Of Singapore Only Westsiders Know About against this to decide which side ultimately wins the debate in your opinion.
This list covers an extensive range of cafés, brew bars, ice cream parlours, and dessert studios. It is nothing short of exciting! Read on for artisanal cafés with deliciously bespoke blends, delectable brunches, and casual hangout spots where Easties can drop by for their daily coffee run.
In this guide, we share with you our updated list of 49 cafés in the East of Singapore to explore.
We are sure that all of you are familiar with Holland Village, a dining destination in Singapore for people to gather over good food and drinks. While the area definitely has plenty of fantastic food options for you to consider, it tends to get crowded at times.
If you are seeking a quieter, more intimate dining experience, hop on over to Chip Bee Gardens which is just across the road from Holland Village. The long stretch is filled with charming eateries that are perfect for a meal with a friend or partner.
From the famous % Arabica coffee chain from Japan to popular ice cream shop The Daily Scoop, here are 8 food places at Chip Bee Gardens you need to check out.
Cafe-hopping is one of our favourite activities. We love to chill out at a new cafe with a cuppa in hand and sharing multiple plates of Instagram-worthy grubs with our friends to catch up.
To add to the perennial food debate between East and West of Singapore, here’s a complete guide of cafés in the West of Singapore that will give you a list of good excuses to travel there.
Throw a stone in any direction in Singapore and chances are, it’ll land on a cafe. It’s official, Singaporeans are mad about cafes—and we’re only getting madder. But gone are the days where cafes used to be places offering people a respite from the hustle and bustle, to catch up on reading or simply to lounge about in the comfort of good company, a nice warm beverage and a light snack to match.
Nowadays, the appeal of hipster cafes is a tad different. It’s all about the aesthetics, the so-called ’wow factor’ and whether or not certain qualities—be it the food, drinks or interior—are worthy of the ‘gram’ or not.
It’s times like these where one really should know where to find a nice quiet cafe, one devoid of the hipster crowd, the noise and simply a place that offers a conducive space to work, read or lounge about. Here is our list of 10 quiet cafes to get lost in a good book without distractions.
Singaporeans are no stranger to cafes – new cafes pop up almost every week and each cafe has its own unique charm. There are so many cafes now it’s hard to keep track of them and what’s more of a dilemma is which cafe to patronise first!
If you’re vying for a new social media upload or you’re just someone who can appreciate beautiful interiors and decor, here’s a list of 23 minimalist & Instagram-worth cafes in Singapore that could make it to your main. Cafes are not always just about the food, huh? Check out our list below!
While most fruits are available all year round, they have their varying seasons. This means that different fruits taste better during certain parts of the year even if they are harvested from the same area.
Fans of peaches will be glad to know that the peach season is just around the corner. The period between July and August is when these plump, juicy fruits are at their peak and it’s the best time for you to stock up on them.
Here is a list of 12 places where you can get the sweetest peaches in Singapore during peach season.