Good news for all cha chaan teng lovers—the renowned Tsui Wah will be opening their second outlet at Robinsons The Heeren soon!
After their first outlet at Clarke Quay, you can now enjoy Tsui Wah’s popular dishes—including the Swiss Sauce Chicken Wings, King Prawns in XO Sauce with Tossed Noodles and Hong Kong-style milk tea—in town.
Hanabi festivals (or fireworks festivals) are integral to Japanese summers. This long-standing tradition is held practically in Japan every weekend for a few months each year country-wide. In addition to the fireworks show, locals can enjoy a selection of Japanese snacks and drinks that many stalls known as Yatai offer.
It’s no wonder locals look forward to this breathtaking spectacle every year! Here in Singapore’s SingPost Centre, we have our own Hanabi Food Festival too; you’ll definitely be able to experience the summer vibes and Yatai food as if you were in Japan.
From 06 to 18 June 2019, experience the Hanabi Food Festival by Isetan at SingPost Centre Main Atrium Level 1 from 11 am to 9 pm daily. Here are some highlights to look out for. Itadakimasu!
The best Chai Latte is one where sweet and spicy is not too overwhelming but at the same time milky enough to balance the strong flavours out. For the uninitiated, Chai Latte is black tea infused with the aromatic goodness of spices and herbs and finished with steamed milk. This might not be everyone’s cup of tea and may very well be an acquired taste.
A staple in most Australian coffee shops, Chai Latte is not common in Singapore and it is even tougher to find a good one. Fuelled by our love for Chai Latte, we have made it our mission to suss out the best Chai Lattes in Singapore. Without further ado, here are the best Chai Lattes in Singapore according to an enthusiast.
Let’s be real. With the kind of weather we have in Singapore, we can have ice cream every day.
A hidden gem among the countless maid agencies, massage parlours and tuition centres in Katong Shopping Centre lies The Humble Scoop, an ice cream parlour serving up in-house churned ice cream.
Tucked away in a quiet part of the basement, they pride themselves on locally inspired ice cream flavours. What really intrigued us were the names of the flavours on display. With names such as Orh Haw (hawthorn berry), Orh-Bee-Good (pulut hitam) and In-Kueh-Dible (salted coconut & gula melaka) that only us Singaporeans will understand, it definitely made us want to find out more.
Photo Credit: Heartland Mall
Heartland Mall—located just next to Kovan MRT Station—caters mainly to the residents from the neighbouring housing estates. Although the layout of the mall is such that unit numbers are not used, it is pretty easy to navigate as there are under 30 eateries in total.
Check out this Heartland Mall food directory and suss out your preferred dining options in a jiffy!
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In the North-East district, most are familiar with this suburban mall in Hougang that is well-connected to Hougang Bus Interchange and Hougang MRT station. The mall is compact but houses an array of dining and shopping options all packed within six levels. There is even a library that occupies the third level.
From snack kiosks, fast food eateries, casual dining spots and even restaurants, family-friendly Hougang Mall has quite the variety. Whether you are looking for a quick bite, a fuss-free takeaway or a proper meal with your loved ones, there are options for everyone.
Use this handy Hougang Mall Food Directory to easily determine your preferred dining choice. There is no time to waste when it boils down to satisfying those hunger pangs!
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At the heart of Singapore’s most famous tourist precinct, Paragon nicely houses an upscale six-storey retail mall that features a dazzling array of international brands as well as premium, contemporary brands. Above all, this mall is easily accessible courtesy of Orchard MRT’s well-connected linkways.
This posh shopping paradise also boasts an extensive spread of restaurants, cafes, snack kiosks as well as artisanal bakeries that will certainly jazz up your dining experience here.
Ditch the hassle of trying to Google for their respective addresses and opening hours and simply turn to this Paragon Food Directory. We’ve got you covered from A to Z.
After a major year-long overhaul, Compass One now has several new facilities such as a double-storey library and a wet and dry playground. Moreover, Compass One has welcomed even more dining spots to its extensive Food & Beverage list including Paradise Hotpot, Crave as well as Gurney Drive Signatures.
This suburban shopping mall is very convenient to access as the Sengkang MRT station is located right in its basement. Numerous buses also ply the route around Compass One with several bus stops as alighting points.
We know how annoying it can be to scout for the addresses and unit numbers of a particular eatery. We have compiled this Compass One Food Directory so you can easily navigate around the mall and find exactly what you are looking for!