Kogane Yama, whose name translates to “Golden Mountain”, specialises in serving premium Japanese tendon and other traditional Japanese fares with modern twists and flavours. Known for using only the freshest ingredients and creating the most delicious dishes at a rather affordable price point, Kogane Yama is not one to disappoint.
This August, Kogane Yama has launched a new menu with 3 brand-new Japanese side dishes, 4 flavours of Chahan (garlic fried rice), 2 flavourful bowls of ramen and their National Day dishes, the Salted Egg Tori Karaage Don and Chilli Crab Tendon.
With the market still riding the strong wave of local-inspired dishes, Kogane Yama’s National Day dishes should definitely be on your must-try list. They will only be available from 1 to 31 August 2019 so savour these delectable donburis before they’re gone for good!
Armed with flavourful coffee, delectable pastries a mission to spread more awareness and empower the differently-abled in Singapore, Foreword Coffee takes on Singapore’s coffee-loving crowd. Opening their third outlet at Temasek Shophouse, they’re taking bold steps forward to make Singapore a more inclusive society.
Foreword Coffee serves a myriad of coffee drinks and a few signature concoctions. In addition to these cuppas, they also offer indulgent pastries and cakes made by home-bakers or other projects with similar missions to empower.
Inspired by the lights and sights of Singapore’s vibrant nightlife, Xin Cuisine has launched their Mid-Autumn Mooncake Collection for 2019. The 2 new flavours were crafted with the palettes of millennials and food connoisseurs in mind, featuring refreshing and unique flavour pairings that will excite your tastebuds.
Xin Cuisine has every detail of the box taken care of, designing the packaging to resemble the changing phases of an Autumnal moon. Using the symbolic harvesting moon of September, it evokes a sense of togetherness between loved ones whether near or far.
Xin Cuisine also offers its well-loved classic range of baked mooncakes for the traditional mooncake lovers, featuring 3 flavours with low sugar white lotus seed paste this year. The baked mooncakes also come in an Assorted Nuts variety should you prefer something with a nice crunch.
Here are some highlights from Xin Cuisine’s Mid-Autumn mooncake line-up this year.
It’s the time of the year again for decadent mooncakes, our favourite! Every year, we look forward to Man Fu Yuan’s mooncakes and this year, expect a new lineup of snowskin mooncakes featuring German teahouse Ronnefeldt’s infusions.
Donning Man Fu Yuan’s signature rose shape, the Snowskin Mooncakes: Tea Collection features four new flavours that are both innovative and elegant. Indulge in the rich flavours of Irish Whiskey Cream Assam Tea with Milk Chocolate Truffle, Morgentau Tea and Hazelnut Chocolate Pearls, Peppermint Tea and Chia Seeds with Lemon-Hibiscus Jelly Truffle, and lastly, Soft Peach Tea with Pumpkin Seeds and a Ginger-Passionfruit Jelly Truffle.
You can also expect Man Fu Yuan’s classic Baked Mooncakes featuring luxurious white or red lotus paste with Single or Double Yolks and selection of Assorted Nut Mooncakes. Making a comeback this year is the crowd-favourite Low-Sugar White Lotus Paste Mooncake with Macadamia Nuts.
Here is what Man Fu Yuan has to offer in this year’s Mid-Autumn Festival.
Matcha-lovers have good reason to rejoice as one of Hokkaido’s most famous matcha cafes has graced Singapore’s sunny shores. 108 Matcha Saro, specialising in matcha (Japanese green tea) and hojicha (roasted green tea) drinks and desserts, has set up shop in Suntec City!
Japanese desserts are all the rage now – whether it’s mochi, soft-serve or fluffy pancakes. Once you see the myriad of tea-flavoured items on 108 Matcha Saro’s menu, you’ll be scratching your heads, torn on what to try first!
Check out what we thought about this brand new matcha cafe in Singapore!
Tiong Bahru is one of the best areas for hungry souls with the many hidden gems and cafes that offer scrumptious food at almost every turn. Newly opened in early 2019, Cafe Pandan is yet another addition to the bustling area.
Serving a plethora of traditional Singaporean breakfast dishes and even having their own DIY-Nasi Lemak station, Cafe Pandan is a must-visit for those in the area craving for a good ol’ school meal.
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.