Fennel Cafe is a garden-themed cafe at Flower Dome within Gardens By The Bay which offers panoramic views of Marina Bay and Singapore Flyer. It is easily one of the prettiest places to have afternoon tea in Singapore.
The Afternoon Tea Set is priced at S$45++/pax (deposit is required for reservations).
Equate Coffee is a new minimalist coffee shop in Tanjong Pagar that focuses on coffee and pastries which include Canele and Ondeh cake.
One of the owners behind Equate Coffee is from Habitat Coffee and it is currently still in soft launch and will officially open to the public on 1 March 2021.
All hail Little Caesars Pizza; the massive U.S. chain is in Singapore with 5 locations!
Sure, we have no lack of good pizza here in Singapore, but Little Caesars is one to be excited about because the family-friendly restaurant has a really affordable menu for handcrafted pizza. Little Caesars started out in Michigan, and is the third-largest chain in the U.S., with presence in Canada, The Middle East and Asia.
From a single store to a global chain, Little Caesars Pizza ensures the best ingredients go into every handcrafted pizza they serve to customers. The dough is made fresh daily in all the 5 locations in Singapore.
We had a taste of some classics from Little Caesars Pizza Singapore’s menu and it won’t be the last time we eat their pizzas. We already can’t wait for our next!
Ashino is an omakase restaurant at Chijmes that’s famous for their aged sushi, and the 8-seater restaurant is so popular that there is a waitlist for a seat.
But is it really worth the hype? We waited 2 months for a seat, and finally got down to trying the S$250 omakase served by Chef Taku Ashino himself—who was trained in Tokyo for more than a decade, and worked at Hide Yamamoto before he opened his own at Chijmes in 2015.
Chin Mee Chin—the famous old-school confectionery—is reopening at its original location at 204 East Coast Road. While it was earlier reported that Chin Mee Chin would be returning in March this year, there was a delay and it would be reopening in May 2021 instead.
Specialising in local kopi, traditional kaya toasts and soft boiled eggs, this is the ultimate go-to destination for an authentic retro Singapore experience. The legendary coffee shop is also known for its baked goods such as Swiss rolls, cream horns, luncheon meat buns and sugee cakes.
Good news for those of you staying in North-East of Singapore, CHICHA San Chen—one of the most popular bubble tea shops in Singapore rn—is opening a new outlet at NEX.
What is Chinese New Year without abalones? Abalones are such a staple on the dining table of every lunar feast, and it is quintessentially celebratory in Chinese customs and traditions. These treasures of the sea are widely eaten in Asia, and even more so throughout the Lunar New Year.
Abalones can be enjoyed in many ways when it comes to Chinese cuisine, and good abalones make a whole lot of difference. We are talking about the firmness and taste, and you can really tell the good ones apart.
This Chinese New Year, Snacks Delivery introduces two types of canned abalones in Singapore—Braised Abalones and Brine Abalones, both of which feature Japanese abalones at very reasonable prices. You can quote <newyear> upon carting out for free delivery, applicable to purchases above S$168.
With Chinese New Year being only three weeks away, you really should waste no time and get down to snacks shopping pronto. Pineappletart (yes, that’s their name) is another CNY snack website to love. We will be introducing some of our favourites in this post.
PineappleTart.com’s in-house recipes are concocted to please both the young and old. From their traditional Nyonya pineapple tarts to their contemporary flavours, their munchies are 100% handmade with only premium ingredients and zero preservatives.
Be sure to secure your favourite CNY goodies while stocks last. Here are some of their best-selling products that you must get.