Easties, rejoice! We have a Muslim-owned neighbourhood bakery to introduce to you, and it is Shubby Sweets. Nestled in the quaint Chai Chee estate a mere stone throw’s away from Bedok MRT, this halal bakery doles out handcrafted artisanal bakes including the likes of brownies, blondies, cakes, and choux.
A successful homegrown business, Shubby Sweets have become the go-to takeaway spot for residents in the area to curb their sweet cravings. The folks behind this bakery also pride themselves on creating bite-sized goodies in small batches to achieve utmost quality and consistency.
Expect a different menu each week — you are in for a sweet treat each time you pop by.
BigDaddy at Republic Plaza specialises in hearty, nutritious protein bowls. Perfect for health-conscious diners — or those seeking to begin an eat-clean diet in a bid to lose some extra calories — this new kid on the block is your ticket to having a “fitspo” body.
Conveniently nestled in the CBD area, diners can look forward to customisable bowls that come with one protein, three sides, and a homemade sauce. With its generous mixture of carbs, fibres, and proteins, they are a guaranteed bang for your buck.
So, get creative with your meal, take charge of your lifestyle now and check out these delectable, unbelievea-bowls at BigDaddy!
If there is one thing we cannot live without, it is, undoubtedly, desserts. You name it, we love it. There is just something about that sweet, indulgent treat that never fails to light up our day. This time around, instead of going for our usual choice of ice cream and waffles, we decided to spoil ourselves with something a little different — an underrated, yet equally sinful treat: brownies.
We paid a visit to one of the most highly-raved brownie shops in Singapore lately: BUNDT by The Backyard Bakers. Nestled in Havelock II, they are a hole-in-the-wall takeaway kiosk near Clarke Quay MRT dishing out sinful pieces of chocolatey happiness, also known as dangerously addictive brownies. They also serve coffee.
Albeit hard to find, the joint was still constantly packed with eager customers waiting to sample BUNDT’s bite-sized goodies.
One of the best things in life is undeniably indulging in a cookie full of decadent filling that oozes and melts in your mouth. There’s just something about this sinfully good, universally loved classic treat that leaves you craving for more.
With an abundance of cookie shops boasting timeless, good ol’ signature chocolate chip cookies to studios doling out innovative creations with novel flavours, we are simply spoiled for choice. Prepare yourselves for a mouthwatering experience with gooey, crumbly, or even chewy cookies chock full of nuts and fruits; when it comes to cookies, there is always something for everyone.
Throw your dieting out of the window and satisfy your cookie fix with this cookie guide: here are 7 places in Singapore with sinfully good cookies.
From famed household names such as Koi and Liho, to the popular overseas brands—including HEYTEA, Nayuki, and Machi Machi—that have arrived in Singapore, we’ve got you covered.
Ready yourself and be prepared to conquer all the bubble tea options we have—this is a comprehensive guide to 62 bubble tea brands in Singapore.
Being a bustling business district, we are often pressed for choice when it comes to dining at Tai Seng. If you think there are only food options to choose from at BreadTalk IHQ Mall, you’re wrong! Amidst the industrial offices lies a slew of innovative, yet underrated cafes.
Here are 8 cafes in Tai Seng that will definitely change your mind about the café scene in the industrial area!
Hailing all the way from Taipei, the famed Ningxia Night Market has, at long last, arrived on our shores. The critically acclaimed Asian Night Market: Taiwan Food Festival has recreated a mini version of the bustling night market — a popular spot among locals and tourists for Taiwanese delicacies — which will span across Siloso Beach and Siloso Point from 16 January to 9 February 2020 (excluding 20 – 22 Jan).
Coined ‘the stomach of Taipei’, Ningxia Night Market Singapore will be offering a diverse range of mouthwatering Taiwanese street food such as Flaming Beef Cubes, Scallion Pancake and Taiwanese Oden. Locals can look forward to feast on an assortment of Taiwan’s exquisite delicacies in our very own Lion City as we will be featuring more than 30 vendors and chefs from the original market itself.
Here are 12 Taiwanese street food and drinks at Ningxia Night Market Singapore that you should not miss out on. So, put your new year dieting resolutions on hold, bring your family and friends down, and get ready to stuff yourself silly with snacks!
EXCLUSIVE: Machi Machi Singapore will be opening on 18 Jan 2020 11am at Arab Street and here’s an exclusive first look at Jay Chou’s bubble tea brand.
Machi Machi, a Taiwanese bubble tea speciality brand, has set up its first Singapore outlet. And trust us, it is worth a visit.
Machi Machi offers diverse flavours of bubble teas such as fresh fruits, cream cheese and lattes. Choose from five different tea bases: Tieguanyin Oolong Tea, Sun Moon Lake Black Tea, Pekoe Jasmine Green Tea, and Ceylon Highland Black Tea.
Whether you are a fan of Jay Chou or are a dedicated milk tea lover, here’s what you can expect at Machi Machi Singapore.