Instagrammable cafes are all the rage now; anything that’s picture-perfect is bound to be a hit. If you’re looking for one of these Instagram-worthy hot spots in Singapore, Cafe De Nicole’s Flower should be your next destination. Both a florist and cafe space, it will fulfil all your floral fantasies and sweet cravings.
Though a little out of the way in the East of Singapore, Cafe De Nicole’s Flower has made its way up Singapore’s list of picturesque cafes. The cafe is decked with fresh blooms, dried flowers and boasts a subtle rustic charm. You can even bring your pets with you to enjoy some desserts too!
Despite being labelled as an IT-focused mall, the newly-reopened Funan is home to a myriad of new F&B concepts and stores. From bubble tea to protein bowls and ice cream, Funan is quite the budding hot spot in Singapore.
From the same people who brought us Chye Seng Huat Hardware, PPP Coffee (previously known as Papa Palheta) has opened in the revamped Funan. Serving up an extensive range of single-origin filter coffees, pastries and other signature brews, it’s a great place to stop by if you need a quick pick-me-up.
Trends come and go, just like the castella cake and froyo food fads. Better ones do come along, but sometimes all we want is a good ol’ croissant done well.
If you aren’t already on the bandwagon to suss out some of Singapore’s most buttery, flaky and absolutely delicious croissants, that’s fine. We’ve done you the favour of narroing down the really good croissants in Singapore so that any time you are sick of fads, you can turn to this classic French bread.
Whether it’s for breakfast, brunch or dessert, this list of 10 Bakeries with The Best Flaky Buttery Croissants in Singapore will satisfy you!
When Batam comes to mind, people normally think of relaxing staycations and lounging around without a care in the world. Cafes won’t be their most poignant memory from this tropical island.
Anchor Café & Roastery will help you change that mindset.
Serving up a delicious array of Southern-inspired brunch, cakes and single-origin coffee, Anchor Café will ensure your Batam trip is one that you’ll remember.
Returning for its 26th year is Singapore’s biggest culinary event, The Singapore Food Festival (SFF). From 12 to 28 July 2019, the event will feature a myriad of dining concepts and gastronomic experiences dedicated to celebrating Singapore’s multicultural heritage through local cuisine and talents.
This year’s line-up of events include exclusive private chef dinners, food tours of Singapore’s heritage districts and theatrical dining experiences. Singaporeans and tourists alike will also be able to experience the full force of Singapore’s multi-faceted cuisine.
This year’s theme reprises the last – “Savour Singapore in Every Bite” – in an effort to continuously encourage innovation in Singapore’s culinary landscape. Through this year’s Singapore Food Festival, both locals and visitors can expect to be re-introduced to Singaporean culture, heritage and history through a journey of tastes and dining experiences.
Events will take place at several locations across Singapore from 12 to 28 July 2019 so everyone can join in on the exciting line-up of activities. Let us celebrate the culinary talents and generations of heritage Singapore has to offer.
We often crave for Japanese food, but some days, we do have a budget that limits our choices.
We’ve stumbled upon Yamaya – a hidden gem stowed away in Fortune Centre—serving up delicious and filling set meals at a fraction of the price of the average Japanese restaurant. Check out what we ordered and our thoughts on this hidden gem!
With an influx of bakeries, patisseries and sweets shops from overseas, it’s good to be reminded of what some of our passion-driven locals can do as well.
Located just behind Empress Road Food Centre, Bakery Brera serves up freshly-made bread, croissants and other pastries.
Helmed by passionate owners Jacky Chan and his wife, Thrina, Bakery Brera revolutionises the concept of neighbourhood bakeries. Gone are the days of overly-sweet yet flavourless sliced cakes and Swiss rolls! This is a modern change that we all hope to keep in Singapore’s ever-shifting culinary landscape.
Tucked away in Upper Cross Street is Whiskit Bakery & Cafe—one of the most instagrammable cafes in Singapore which serves up an array of delectable desserts!
From colourful Rainbow Cheesecakes to more local-inspired pastry such as Kaya Ondeh tarts, Whiskit Bakery & Cafe is definitely one to mark down on your list of cafes you have to try in Singapore.