Be it for Christmas, an anniversary or a birthday celebration, there will always be a reason for people to gather and share their love for food. Nothing can beat the feeling of bonding with your mates over a meal—eating may even be considered a social activity today!
If carbs just aren’t your thing, then these meat platters are perfect for you. Call your carnivorous clan and a fellow seafood-lover and head down to any of these places for the ultimate low-carb, high-meat diet.
Here are 7 places in Singapore with sharing platters that your inner carnivore will give endless thanks to. Bring your mates along and feast on these meats and variety of seafood for the ultimate #squadgoals.
Flying to Incheon Airport does not get you straight to Seoul City and there are a number of ways to travel there. To save time for your travels, the fastest way is to take the express train from the Airport Railway.
For first timers in Seoul, it can be rather confusing to find your way to Seoul Station from the airport as you will have to find your way to the travel center to get your train tickets and then find your way to the train station.
That is why we came up with a comprehensive guide to show you How To Travel From Incheon Airport To Seoul City with ease. You are very welcome! READ ON
When BAKE Cheese Tart first arrived in Singapore we, as a nation, were obsessed. Their first stall here opened at the basement food hall of Ion Orchard with a second branch in Westgate that quietly closed down.
For a long time, BAKE Cheese Tart had just the one flavour—without even any limited-time seasonal other—yet the queues for it stayed insanely long. Many claimed that the stringently measured 7cm in diameter tart came as good as did their original stall in Japan.
Despite the unforgettable first bite, the hype for the Hokkaido treat gradually died down. Following the announcement of the opening of its sister brand, CROQUANT CHOU ZAKUZAKU, BAKE Cheese Tart will be closing its outlet at ION Orchard to exit the Singapore market.
For those who are still mourning the departure of Kenny Rogers Roasters in Singapore since they announced it in April, dry your tears because they are making a comeback in Singapore.
Kenny Rogers Roasters will be opening in JEM during the second week of October 2019 (they have yet to confirm the official opening date) and our Muslim friends will be happy to know that the new Kenny Rogers Roasters is halal-certified.
Travelling alone is undisputedly one of the best ways to see the world as this is when you can tailor your entire itinerary to fit your preferences and there is no need to split your focus between the point of attraction and your travel partner. This is when you can really focus on exploring places in full detail and in most importantly, in peace.
As amazing as the above sounds, there are also disadvantages and challenges to solo backpacking. This will require you to look within yourself and conduct a balancing exercise to honestly determine whether solo backpacking is the right decision for you.
Here we share with you 11 Things You Should Know Before Going Solo Backpacking. And if you do decide that solo backpacking is for you, remember to stay safe, keep your family updated as to your whereabouts and have fun on your journey!
Saunter around and you would see NTUC, Cold Storage, Giant and Sheng Siong scattered all around the island, easily at one’s disposal. Singapore houses an extensive range of supermarkets that offer international products, fresh organic produce and basically anything under the sun, in the case of 24/7 Mustafa Centre.
These supermarkets do provide a decent selection of halal products that cater to the expansive Muslim market. However, most of the time, Muslims here are more tempted to cross the Causeway for the dizzying array of halal products.
The prevalence of halal grocers in Singapore is still relatively unknown and most consumers get their recommendations merely through word of mouth. These hidden gems could definitely use a lot more publicity so more can source locally for their halal butchered meat, deli supplies, cooking essentials and frozen food stocks.
With the demand for halal goods rising exponentially over the years, there is no better time to discover these halal grocers than now. Here Are 7 Halal Grocers In Singapore For Fuss-Free Halal Supplies.
The legendary Ichiran is finally coming to Singapore! From 3 to 20 October 2019, Ichiran will be having a pop-up in Singapore at Takashimaya Square as part of the third edition of annual ramen festival Ramen Revolution at the Japan Food Matsuri event.
If you’ve ever been to Japan, you’ll know that ramen is a must-try item; leaving Japan without slurping down a bowl of this goodness is an absolute crime! There are a plethora of ramen shops scattered across Japan but one of the more famous brands that is high up on everyone’s list is the well-loved Ichiran.
Ichiran has been widely accepted as the god of tonkotsu ramen and they definitely set a high benchmark for a classic bowl of ramen. We are so damn excited that Ichiran Ramen is finally having a pop-up in Singapore (and hopefully a permanent shop next?!). That means that you no longer have to book a plane ticket to Japan just to satisfy your cravings for a bowl of the best ramen in the world.
Our team joined the queue at 10am during the opening on 3 October 2019 and we waited for almost 2 hours for our Ichiran Ramen! The queue is expected to get even longer, so get there early if you are planning to try it.
After a night out of relentless tippling, perhaps one of the most comforting things to wake up to is a full English-style breakfast. Yes, we’re talking about to full monty here featuring nothing short of a few bangers (sausages), bacon, baked beans, toast, mushrooms, eggs and tomato.
It’s all fried, it’s messy but more importantly, the combination makes for one heck of a delicious mess. Whether you’re looking to treat a hangover or simply to eat your weight the way the Brits do, then here are 8 best places in Singapore to get the full breakfast works.