Forget about your typical ice cream, waffles and tarts; THE dessert that you should be paying attention to is the classic sticky date pudding.
Warm, sticky and saccharine sweet; it is simply impossible to resist a plate of this ambrosial goodness. However, in Singapore, it isn’t easy to find places that serve up a solid plate of sticky date pudding.
Therefore, to help you, we’ve compiled a list of our top 10 favourite places in Singapore to get your hands on our all-time favourite dessert.
It’s midnight. You need your booze but you are already in your PJ’s and you are lazy to head out. Even if you do, your choices are limited.
We feel you and we can understand how vexing it is. Buying alcohol past midnight used to be a breeze until the new Liquor Control Act was formed in 2015.
But it’s ok, y’all. We’ve got your backs. Today, we share with you three alcohol delivery companies that do deliveries past midnight. You are very welcome!
Word has gotten around that Apple Cider Vinegar is a health elixir, boasting numerous health benefits as well as being incredibly affordable. But what exactly are these health benefits?
As foul as apple cider vinegar smells and tastes, we have here some health benefits that will make you consider having this “miracle liquid” a part of your health regime.
Shrouded amongst the sleek concretes buildings and smooth cemented roads is a beautiful cluster of old and rustic houses that make up Singapore’s very last kampong.
While most of Singapore’s kampongs have given way to tall HDB flats, chic condominiums and massive shopping malls, Kampong Lorong Buangkok remains untouched by time and this little plot of land is a reminder of Singapore’s golden yesteryears.
One foot in and you’ll feel like you’ve been transported to a completely different country; low-rise single storey houses, old dirt roads and exposed telephone wires are surrounded by thick, lush greenery. If you’re up for a nostalgic experience, this is the perfect place to head to.
The mala craze has not died down just yet and we are sure that many of you, just like us, find yourselves pining for some of that kick-throat spice in the middle of the day.
Gone are the days where you can solely get some of that devilishly hot goodness from a bowl of mala hotpot. Now, that addictive heat can be found in the form of unconventional items such as potato chips, popcorn, chicken wings and even pizza.
We have here a list of 9 favourites mala-inspired food that you can turn to for more of that mouth-numbing spice.
A celebrated stalwart in Singapore’s omakase scene, Sushi Jiro is an institution that aims to provide diners with a lavish, authentic dining experience that comes as close to the ones you can get in Japan itself.
For a multi-sensory journey that aims to let your taste buds feel things that they’ve never felt before, Sushi Jiro employs only the most premium ingredients to create their gastronomical masterpieces. From incredibly fresh seasonal seafood to the best cuts of beef that are air-flown from Japan up to 4-times a week, you can be assured that you’ll be getting the best out of the best when you dine here at Sushi Jiro.
Boasting a spacious floor space that can accommodate over 100 diners, the restaurant’s palatially designed interior mimics that of a traditional Japanese sushi eatery and provides a cosy dining environment for you to enjoy your meal. Also accompanying the welcoming interior is the breathtaking view of Keppel Bay with its sleek architecture and orderly lined-up rows of yachts.
From now until 30 August 2019, our readers can quote ‘ladyironchef’ upon making reservations to enjoy 15% OFF Sushi Jiro’s omakase menus. The promotion may not be combined with other discounts, promotions, and vouchers. It is also not applicable for any order of alcohol drinks.
Fans of the classic lobster roll, today is your day.
Visualise a toasted buttered brioche that is stuffed to the brim with succulent chunks of lobster meat and doused in a copious amount of mayonnaise or melted butter. Sounds incredible, doesn’t it?
While Singapore is home to a plethora of amazing food, the lobster roll scene could be better. More commonly found in our western counterparts such as New York City and London, places that serve up a solid lobster roll are hard to come by on our sunny little island.
If you are a fan of this luxurious snack (yes, snack, because nobody gets full from just one roll), you’d be glad to know that slowly but surely, there are more places in Singapore that sell lobster rolls. We’ve rounded up some of our favourites in this post.
If you’re fed up with the disgustingly long queues at Jewel Changi Airport’s A&W Singapore outlet, we have fantastic news for you. A&W will be opening a second branch at Ang Mo Kio’s AMK Hub by July 2019!