Popular bakery chain, Tiong Bahru Bakery has officially opened its 9th outlet in the Serangoon Gardens neighbourhood on 20 December 2021.
CLOVE, the all-day dining restaurant at Swissôtel The Stamford, will transform into a CoComelon world from now until April 2022.
Located within Shing Boon Hwa Food Centre at Dickson Road, just opposite Sim Lim Tower, lies Hainan Chicken Rice Ball, which is famous for its steamed chicken as well as the iconic chicken rice balls from Malacca.
Hainan Chicken Rice Ball has been around for decades and it has garnered a strong following for its chicken rice balls.
Singapore Coffee is a beautiful and fancy cafe at Raffles Hotel Arcade is a fancy place to hang out with your friends and enjoy some desserts and coffee.
Hammee’s—a popular burger hawker stall at Commonwealth Crescent Market—took a short hiatus from selling burgers and it converted the stall to selling Nasi ayam goreng and Nasi lemak in March 2021 this year.
Fans of Hammee’ burgers will be thrilled to know that they have made a comeback on 21 October 2021.
Mention Serangoon Gardens and most people will think of the famous Chomp Chomp Food Centre. However, there is really more to the food scene at Serangoon Gardens than just the famous hawker stalls.
Here is our Serangoon Gardens Food Guide featuring restaurants, cafes, and eateries you have to visit when you are at Serangoon Gardens. P.S. We are working on a separate guide to the hawker stalls at Serangoon Garden and we will be sharing that soon. READ ON
If you happen to be an avid fan of nostalgia, then Biscuit King is a place you most definitely have to check out. Situated along Upper Thomson Road, Biscuit King is just a few shops down from the famous Casuarina Curry Restaurant.
Stepping into this old-school biscuit shop will transport you back to your beloved childhood days—that is if you happen to be born before the late 90s.