Before the salted egg and mala trends kicked in, Singaporeans used to be obsessed with something else that was just as addictive.
Fluffy, savoury and extremely fragrant, chicken floss was and still is until today, something that is loved by Singaporeans. We love our chicken floss with buns, as a topping for our porridge or even as a snack on its own. It was especially popular during festive occasions like Chinese New Year, where jars of these used to be given away as gifts.
Just in time for Singapore’s 55th National Day, KFC has released a new chicken flavour featuring—you guessed it—chicken floss! It will be available in all KFC restaurants from 21 July 2020 onwards excluding KFC Singapore Zoo.
Red House Seafood is offering 60% OFF Alaskan King Crabs at S$98++/kg (U.P. S$248).
One of the oldest Chinese restaurants in Singapore, Red House Seafood has been dishing out quality seafood to loyal patrons since 1976. Mention Red House Seafood and most people will think of quality seafood and exquisite hand-crafted dim sum.
For a limited period only, Red House Seafood is offering fresh Alaskan King Crab at 60% off the usual price. At S$98++/kg, it is just slightly higher than what you usually pay for mud crabs at the best Chinese seafood restaurants in Singapore.
The famous Eggslut from Los Angeles will be opening in Singapore in early 2021.
South Korea-based food company SPC Group—who is behind Shake Shack Singapore and Paris Baguette—holds the exclusive license to operate Eggslut in Singapore.
Eggslut Singapore’s location is yet to be confirmed.
The famous Yet Con Chicken Rice Restaurant is closed for now.
Having been around for over 70 years now, Yet Con Restaurant remains one of Singapore’s last bastions for authentic Hainanese food. Their signature Hainanese chicken rice is a must and they even have an option for hot pot.
Coffee aficionados in Singapore went absolutely crazy when popular Japanese coffee shop % Arabica opened its first store in Singapore at Arab Street last year.
Since then, the renowned coffee chain that hails from Kyoto, Japan has opened another 2 outlets in Singapore at 313@Somerset and Chip Bee Gardens.
While % Arabica is known for its stellar cups of coffee, the brand’s venture at Chip Bee Gardens has introduced a food section to their menu so you can enjoy some scrumptious nosh that pairs perfectly with their soothing cups of coffee. This is also the only % Arabica outlet in the world to have a food menu.
From hearty bowls of Shiso Pasta to their outrageously juicy Beef Katsu Sando, here is what you can expect from % Arabica at Chip Bee Gardens.
Known for its signature Paellas, tapas and Tomahawk steaks, Don Quijote Spanish Restaurant is closing its outlet At Dempsey Hill on 2 Aug 2020 to move to a cloud kitchen at 7th Mile Coffeeshop in Bukit Timah.
It’s a shame that Don Quijote Spanish Restaurant will be moving out of its Dempsey Hill outlet, but luckily for us, they will still be offering food delivery to your doorstep via several platforms.
Antoinette—one of the most popular patisseries in Singapore—will be closing for good on 30 June 2020. Helmed by Chef Pang Kok Keong, Antoinette started 9 years ago and this Parisian-style tea salon has created so many desserts over the years.
Singapore will enter phase 2 of its opening on this Friday (19 June 2020). Dining out at restaurants will be allowed as people can also get together socially in groups of up to five, and households can receive up to five visitors at any one time.
However, do note that individuals will still have to keep a safe distance of at least 1m from others.
For dining at restaurants and hawker centres, each table will be limited to five people. Great news, we can finally dine out at our favourite food places again!