Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you probably would have come across some form of these spicy noodles from Hai Chi Jia that have been making waves across the internet for the past few weeks. These popular snacks in Singapore have become very popular as they are not only easy to prepare but incredibly addictive.
Joining the popular Mala Oden and Spicy Clam Noodles (Hua Jia Fen) is the new Jiao Ma Guo Ba Fen, which is essentially our favourite spicy mala vermicelli paired with chunks of crispy rice.
If you love the Mala Oden and Spicy Clam Noodles from Hai Chi Jia, you definitely need to give the Jiao Ma Guo Ba Fen a shot and get a few cups of these from snacksdelivery.sg.
Craving for western food while stuck at home during the Circuit Breaker? Fret not, as there are a number of eateries in Singapore serving Western fare that do islandwide delivery so you can get your chicken chop and fish & chips fix.
While there are a number of western restaurants that already do islandwide deliveries, did you know that some of your favourite hawker and coffee shop stalls selling old-school and restaurant-quality western food have jumped onto the bandwagon and now offer islandwide western food delivery services during the Circuit Breaker too? We have here a list of such stalls so you can #supportlocal the next time you crave some good ol’ pasta or steak.
With the new measures and the extension of the Circuit Breaker in place, most of us are bummed out, we’re sure. And it’s definitely worse if your birthday falls during this period, especially since cake shops and confectionery are considered non-essential services as of 21st April 2020.
If you’re worried about not being able to celebrate your birthday in style, fret not. We have gathered a list of places where you can order a delicious whole cake to celebrate your birthday with your family (and even friends, over Zoom!), and have it delivered to your doorstep.
Without further ado, here are 13 cake places in Singapore that still deliver to your doorstep for birthday celebrations at home.
Good news, ice cream lovers! Chip Guan Heng, one of Singapore’s oldest ice cream distributors, is now offering island-wide delivery for their old-school ice cream at S$4 per block. Yes, it’s the same S$1.20 hawker ice cream that Singapore is known for, except that you can get an entire block at S$4.
To place an order, you must have a minimum order of $50 for delivery. Free delivery is offered for orders above S$80.
Bugis is a popular hotspot for numerous attractions; from brightly coloured murals to hip cafes for scrumptious brunch, significant cultural sights and 2 huge malls to shop till you drop.
After taking in all the sights under Singapore’s burning sun, spending some time in an air-conditioned environment while savouring a dessert is very much well-deserved.
Whether you need a quick break or just need a pick-me-up, here are 13 Desserts Around Bugis To #TreatYourself.
Singapore is known to be a paradise for foodies due to the plethora of cuisines available and we’re proud to call this place home. Traditional snacks tend to get overshadowed by more popular foods but there’s something about them being so simple that we love.
Old is gold; these snacks are comforting and really brings us back to our younger days. Here are 8 traditional snacks that we love and will definitely make you nostalgic.
The egg is a versatile ingredient and one that everybody loves. It can be cooked in so many different ways, be it scrambled, hard-boiled, poached, or even emulsified along with oil to form a sauce (hollandaise). There are so many different types of dishes to choose from and applications of which to use this wondrous ingredient, but today, we are going to cover the classic brunch dish—Eggs Benedict.
A classic Eggs Benedict consists of two halves of an English muffin, each topped with either ham or bacon, a poached egg and drizzled with hollandaise sauce. The recipe might seem easy to pull off, but only a fair few have managed to impress. Here is our list of 14 places in Singapore for eggs Benedict that are truly, egg-citing.
Bukit Timah spans over a very large (or rather, long) stretch of road in the west side of Singapore, and is home to a great variety of restaurants and cafes. However, it can be tricky to venture to these eateries; navigating winding roads amidst islands of neighbourhoods without a car is not the easiest mission for those unfamiliar with the area.
Despite its meandering paths and general inaccessibility to public transport users, Bukit Timah is home to a hidden enclave of great cafes including the likes of perennial crowd-favourite, Atlas Coffeehouse, as well as amazing restaurants in the vicinity such as the restaurant-cum-marketplace, Greenwood Fish Market, and classy Italian restaurant, Ristorante da Valentino.
To aid your pilgrimage into the area, here is our guide to Bukit Timah’s Restaurants & Cafes. Clear your schedules, it’s time to satisfy your tummies! READ ON