As foodies, our mantra has always been “Why settle for less, when you could settle for more?” And this is particularly so when it comes to our pick of dining restaurants and with regard to what we choose to fill our tummies with.
For those of you who have an insatiable hunger and passion for Mexican cuisine, your appetite shall not be in vain because we have curated a list of places where you can satisfy your cravings for tacos, enchiladas or even a good burrito.
Here are 20 Places With Authentic Mexican Food That We Need To Taco Bout. If you aren’t hungry yet, you will be at the end of this post.
As Singapore is a small country with a relatively short history, most would not expect this tiny island to have substantial heritage spots or many exciting stories to tell. Unfortunately, this is where Singapore has been misunderstood as a multitude of heritage trails are located all over the island and awaiting your exploring.
This weekend, instead of going about your regular weekend activities, show Singapore some love by embarking on one of its 16 heritage trails. It would definitely be worthwhile to get to know Singapore a little more and cultivate a deeper appreciation for how our tiny island came to be.
To help you get started on your journey, here are 16 Heritage Trails In Singapore That Every Singaporean Should Know.
Busan is the second most populated city in South Korea that has been gaining more attention from the travel industry thanks to the growth of Kpop culture. Although the place is more well known for their gorgeous beaches, the cafe scene in Busan has also grown significantly in recent years that caters to the young and well-travelled.
With many stunning cafes popping up in Busan, they truly deserve a spot in your travel itinerary. Pack your cameras because you will definitely be taking lots of pictures!
Read on to discover 10 gorgeous cafes in Busan you have to visit at least once in your life. READ ON
Famous American fast food restaurant chain, Shake Shack is coming to Singapore in 2019! It will be opening its first outlet at Jewel Changi Airport which is scheduled to open next year.
Even if you have not tried it, you would have seen pictures of their juicy burgers all over social media. And now, this New York City institution—known for its simple, yet extremely satisfying burgers, hot dogs and shakes—is expanding to Singapore shores. Isn’t this every burger lover’s wildest dreams come true?!
Few things in life satisfy as much as the Kaya Toast—a traditional Singapore-style breakfast. It has undoubtedly become a staple for many Singaporeans since generations ago, and today, it is still widely loved.
We enjoy the old-school fare in various ways—dipping it in soft boiled egg, coffee, or just having it on its own. Very often, it is also paired with a set meal of two soft boiled eggs and your choice of coffee or tea.
You can find renditions of this dish almost everywhere you go, and to get you started, here are 14 Best Kaya Toasts In Singapore.
When it comes to searching for a fancy place to celebrate important occasions or somewhere to organise a corporate dinner in a classy setting, it can be frustrating to find that perfect dining establishment with private dining room options and excellent service.
But do not fret—we have done the work for you. From buffet-style dining and the prettiest, most picturesque dining room you’ll ever come across to restaurants that will blow your mind with the quality of their food, take your pick from our comprehensive guide.
Here are 12 restaurants in Singapore with private dining rooms to hold birthday celebrations, anniversaries, meetings or to impress your clients with.
Treating yourself to alcohol can be no cheap affair in Singapore. With prices for beer towers costing as much as S$80, it is hard to not feel the pinch when it is time to foot the bill. Maximise your cash and get the most out of your drinking sessions during happy hours—which is undoubtedly the time when you can get the most value-for-money deals.
If you find yourself tight on cash on days when you need a pint or two, worry not, because we’ve got you covered. Happy hour just got happier with these 16 places in Singapore where you can get drinks under S$10. We kid you not.
Oysters are considered a luxurious treat in many parts of the world and they are highly prized by shellfish connoisseurs because of the decrease in supply in recent years. This saltwater delicacy comes in hundreds of varieties and each one of them carries their own unique taste and identity.
Oysters are bivalve molluscs that can be eaten raw, roasted or cooked, and most people prefer pairing them with luxurious wines. As with most premium seafood, oysters have their own categorisation—from grade 0 to grade 5—and prices are highly dependent on their respective grades. That means you can find both affordably priced oysters, as well as top-grade oysters that come with heavier price tags.
Our guide to 13 Best Places To Eat Oysters In Singapore gives you an overview of restaurants that offer the finest oysters so you can teleport yourself to oyster heaven.