Chang Sensory Trails is back in Singapore from 15 Jul to 9 Sep 2022 and it is better than before. First introduced in 2016 in the US, UK and Singapore, Chang Sensory Trails is a food festival by Chang Beer that celebrates the most popular Thai street food from Bangkok and the lesser-known regions around Thailand.
Chang Sensory Trails 2022 will feature 15 Thai restaurants in Singapore where you can feast on the most diverse and complex flavours of popular Thai dishes from the four regions in Thailand (North, Northeast, Central and Southern). These participating restaurants will be offering exclusive Chang Beer promotions and you can also stand a chance to win special prizes when you dine at any of the 15 participating restaurants.
One of the most reliable restaurants in town when it comes to consistently good food and service, The Marmalade Pantry is, without a doubt, one of our favourite restaurants in Singapore. The same can be said for their annual Mid-Autumn Festival gift sets – we always look forward to this time of the year to be surprised!
This year, The Marmalade Pantry is reimagining traditions with an ensemble of baked mooncakes (made with a low sugar and no lard recipe), nestled in an all-new, special edition hand-woven Blush Pink Rattan Vanity Case or a sleek Scarlet Red Large Tote Bag.
Opened by the same team behind Simplicité by Fresh Fruits Lab, Platform 1094 is a wizard-themed cafe in Singapore that serves a range of dishes and drinks with a magical experience.
Escape from the daily grind and step inside Platform 1094 and you will be transported to a magical world to live out your wizard fantasies. We can do with a little craziness and imagination sometimes.
Dining at Platform 1094 is such a fun and enchanting experience for the entire family, especially for your little ones. The sheer magical space will make your meal a memorable one.
Established in 2021, Takeshi-San rose to fame in Singapore’s dining scene with its iconic Sushi Kaidan staircase, modern sushi rolls and an extensive selection of Japanese dishes at reasonable prices.
Into its second year, Takeshi-San has expanded its menu to introduce Izakaya-style sharing dishes that are perfect to go with drinks. The beer lovers will love the Kirin Beer Garden, too!
From 1 to 30 July 2022 (Monday to Thursday), flash the post on ladyironchef to the friendly staff at Takeshi-San to enjoy their Seafood Platter/Yakimono Platter at S$48 (UP $68).
Here are the dishes that you must order when you are dining at Takeshi-San.
Trendy cafes are a dime and a dozen in Seoul but have you been to one with a brick hill interior? Located in the charming Yeonnam-dong near Hongdae, Coffee Nap Roasters is a cute little cafe with a 7000-brick hill interior.
Founded by Chong’s Yong Tau Foo and Pokpok Keh Pink Salt Chicken, Nanyang Culinary Club is a casual eatery in Little India near Rochor MRT Station which dishes out homely dishes including authentic Hakka Yong Tau Foo, tender baked herbal chicken, as well as old-school local beverages such as Kopi-cino, Milo-cino and Bandung-cino.
Located just a stone’s throw from Rochor MRT Station, Nanyang Culinary Club is a cosy eatery with a heritage decor where you can listen to Xinyao music and enjoy affordable local food.
Coated in egg and panko breadcrumbs and deep-fried to golden perfection, a good tonkatsu, served with Japanese rice and shredded cabbage, is one of the simplest pleasures in life and it sure hits the spot every time.
Here is our guide to the best tonkatsu restaurants and eateries in Singapore that everyone should check out when you are craving for tonkatsu.
The Lunar Rabbit Boulangerie is a new French bakery which specialises in viennoiserie—the ‘bridge’ between pâtisserie and French bread.
Located at 16 Hamilton Road, The Lunar Rabbit Boulangerie joins the growing list of cafes and bakeries in the Lavender and Jalan Besar neighbourhoods. It will officially open to the public on 8 May 2022 at 11am.