Bored in Singapore and want to pretend you are overseas? You should check out this secret flower field that is walking distance from Marina Bay MRT Station.
This empty plot of land has been spruced up with pots of bougainvillea. Rows after rows of bougainvillea in different hues, set amidst the boundless blue skies and fluffy white clouds, this secret flower field gave us that vacation vibes that we so sorely miss. For a while, it did feel like we were overseas.
Here’s everything you need to know about the new secret flower field in Singapore. We have also included directions on how you can get there.
Located just outside Changi Airport Terminal 2 is HUB & SPOKE Cafe—a hidden glass house cafe which serves an array of affordable local and western dishes including local Kopi. Kaya Toast, Nasi Lemak, Laksa, Scrambled Eggs on Toast, Grilled Salmon, and Crabmeat Pasta.
This pet-friendly cafe is a fantastic place to bring your family and dogs for a meal and get away from the crowded city life.
It is no secret that The Marmalade Pantry is one of our favourite restaurants in Singapore and every year during the Mid-Autumn festival, we look forward to their modern mooncakes which are always presented in stylish gift packaging.
For Mid-Autumn festival 2021, The Marmalade Pantry has introduced a curated collection of mooncakes available in four gift sets that you can buy for your family, loved ones and clients. We are all ready to shop! The exquisite packaging with delectable mooncakes are such pretty gifts for someone special including your mother-in-law.
Crafted with a low sugar and no lard recipe, the mooncake collection embodies a marriage of modernity and tradition in four distinctive flavours. Now, even if it isn’t for anybody in particular, you deserve this treat for yourselves!
Enjoy 15% early bird discount when you pre-order and pay with Mastercard® by 22 August 2021. Use promo code <MCG15> for online purchases.
Tow Kay Neo is a new project by Maureen (Miss Tam Chiak) and Chef Cao Yong and it strives to provide high quality broths with no MSG and preservatives that are slow-cooked in small batches for more than 12 hours.
Made in small batches to ensure the quality, these soup pouches are something every family needs in their freezer.
Between the Premium Lobster Broth, Giant Grouper Fish Broth and Pork Collagen Broth, there is surely something for the whole family.
Established in 2012, The Market Grill along Telok Ayer Street offers a menu of classic meat and seafood including signature flown-in live Boston Lobsters and seasonal cuts of steak.
What you can expect from The Market Grill by Unlisted Collection is hearty and delicious meat and seafood that are grilled to perfection by executive chef Kenneth Lin.
We haven’t been this excited about a new cafe in a while, until Simplicité by Fresh Fruits Lab came along. This new Parisian-style cafe in the East of Singapore was previously Fresh Fruits Lab, and recently underwent a major revamp.
Staying at the top of their game and always slaying, the owner—who is our good friend—strives to bring diners value-for-money quality fare in a relaxing atmosphere. Its menu offers a range of modern European favourites, with a good selection of mocktails and cocktails too. Fans of Fresh Fruits Lab will also be happy to know that they have retained several popular dishes on the menu.
Let’s just say they are a Parisian-style cafe in the day, and a laid-back neighbourhood bar at night. Simplicité by Fresh Fruits Lab is definitely our of our new favourite cafes in the East of Singapore.
Created by Genevieve Lee, runner-up of MasterChef Singapore 2018, Sourbombe Artisanal Bakery started out as a home-based business with an e-commerce website during the pandemic in 2020 and it quickly made waves with its Sourdough Bomboloni—combining sourdough and the Italian ‘bomb’ shaped doughnuts.
Sourbombe Artisanal Bakery is opening their first physical store at Park Mall with a soft launch on 3 July 2021. The official opening date will be on 8 July 2021.
Laifabar is a noodle house that specialises in traditional wanton noodle, dumplings and roast meats. Chef-owner Royce Lee inherited the recipes by his grandmother, who used to be a hawker selling homemade taupok and wanton noodle back in the 1970s.
Known for its “Bu Jian Tian” Fatty char siew and wanton noodle, Laifabar first started and made a name for itself as a wine bar turned noodle house at Scarlet hotel in Ann Siang Hill. Then it moved to Lucky Plaza B1 Lucky Food Centre in December 2020 for a brief period before shifting to the current location at an industrial building in Bukit Batok in April 2021.