Tajimaya at VivoCity—managed by the Creativeateries group—offers a Japanese Yakiniku buffet which comes with unlimited Wagyu, Iberico Pork, Tiger Prawns, Sashimi and more.
The 100-minute buffet is priced at S$49.90++ for lunch, S$59.9++ for dinner. The next time you want to indulge in fine, superior beef with soft and buttery fats that melt in your mouth, make a reservation here.
Located at the fourth level of Shaw Centre, 8 Korean BBQ—known for its signature Mangalitza pork—is a full-service restaurant with sleek industrial decor serves which serves as a great intimate setting for a meal with friends or family.
Tempura Tendon Tenya is opening in Singapore at Orchard Central on 15 October 2020.
The poster boy for cheap and good tempura, Tempura Tendon Tenya is the largest tempura chain in Japan. A basic Tendon (tempura-donburi) with ebi and vegetable is only ¥500 (S$6.4) in Japan.
Tempura Tendon Tenya Singapore will be offering its signature Tenya Tendon at S$8.50.
Located at the historic Customs House, Caffe Fernet is an idyllic Italian restaurant that promises fresh air and a gorgeous waterfront view of the Marina Bay with its alfresco dining concept.
Opened by the group behind Jigger & Pony, Gibson Bar, Sugar Hall, Humpback and Live Twice, Caffe Fernet offers a fresh take on Italian cuisine and cocktails.
The famous Flipper’s from Japan is finally bringing their fluffy soufflé pancakes to Singapore with their first outlet at Takashimaya Shopping Centre, Ngee Ann City on 6 Nov 2020.
It doesn’t matter whether pancakes are your passion because the buttery aroma mixed with sweet maple syrup in the air will easily lure you into Flipper’s Singapore.
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 48 cafés in the East of Singapore to explore.