Decked out in leather couches, deep wood furnishings and all the things you’d expect out of an Ernest Hemingway novel, modern cigar bars are without a doubt a notch higher in terms of austerity and remains to this day, a gentleman’s hangout.
At many such cigar joints, you can enjoy a good old Cuban cigar with a bottle or glass of fine whisky or simply a black coffee. Step into one and you’ll immediately feel removed from the bustle of city life. There truly is no better way to enjoy a quality smoke tan at any one of these 6 cigar and whisky bars in Singapore.
A good beer can highlight the best part of any dish if you know which kind to choose. The versatility of the drink makes beer pairing a very practical skill. A helpful tip to take away today is that light beers go with lighter dishes and heavier beers go with heavier nosh.
But at the end of the day, what reigns supreme is your palate. If you are feeling chips with stout, go for it. Otherwise, here are a few pairing suggestions for some of the more common beer types you might come across!
Known for their beautiful hand-crafted tea selections and their freshly-baked, Instagram-worthy baked goods is Chinese lifestyle cafe, Nayuki. Pioneering the concept of pairing delightful cheese teas with baked goods, Nayuki has made its rounds across the various social media platforms for reigniting the tea-drinking culture amongst tea fans in Singapore!
Successfully launching their very first overseas outlet at VivoCity with BreadTalk Group, Nayuki has announced the opening of their second and third outlets. Its second opening will be at the revamped Funan on 28 June 2019, and the third opening will be at Takashimaya Shopping Centre on 12 July 2019.
To celebrate their new openings, Nayuki will be launching two new products that you will fall head over heels in love with: Supreme Cheese Mixed Berries drink (S$8.50)—only available in July—and Magic Mango Mystique bread (S$6.80)! That’s not all, though, because Nayuki has prepared some opening special promotions for their respective new outlets!
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!
Light, crisp and thoroughly invigorating, Somersby’s premium range of ciders—including the very popular Sparkling Rosé—have revolutionised the way we think, drink and feel about ciders by showing us its lighter side without the unpleasant bitterness. As Singapore’s favourite cider brand since 2012, they have never failed to maintain an innovative range of refreshing ciders that always hits the spot.
Somersby has always believed in promoting open-mindedness and sunny togetherness. With this in mind, here comes the new Sparking White Cider—a drink that will definitely spark joy.
Inspired by the taste profile and aroma of white wine, Sparkling White Cider is the marriage between a refreshing cider and white wine; bubbly, fruity and crisp minus the bitter and astringent after-taste of wine.
Pre-drinks before hitting the clubs in Singapore are part of a ritual and though you can bring your own alcohol to get yourself high, ambience matters. For the best night out to alleviate the misery of work or school or even to just have a spanking good time, you need a legit place to party.
With a barrage of watering holes, we whittled down 10 popular drinking places to wet your whistle and start the nightlife in Singapore. Some of these places even open doors in the afternoon to sate your thirst but as they say, though it might be 2pm here it is 12am somewhere else in the world.
Besides happy hour and cheap beer towers, some of our roundup of reigning pre-clubbing drinking places have challenges for dares, games, and those with a competitive streak. With others in this list, watch out for inventive drinks such as Milo Godzilla and alcoholic Milk Tea too.
What are you waiting for? Go hard or go home.
If you need another reason to hit up Orchard Road this weekend, here’s one to finally tip the balance: Takashimaya Food Fiesta is back!
Presenting you with an incredible line-up of delicious Asian street food, you will get to choose from cuisines around the Asian region including Taiwanese, Japanese, Korean, as well as local delights! Prepare to feast as this festival has over 50 stalls for you to fill your tummies.
From 30 May to 16 June 2019, Takashimaya Food Fiesta will be taking place at Basement 2 of Takashimaya Square. Not sure what to indulge in? We were lucky enough to try a myriad of food here, so here is what to expect.
Nestled in the area of Taman Mount Austin, Ding Ding Ji Pai is an adorable cafe that specialises in Taiwanese food with solid mains such as Braised Pork Rice and Fried Chicken Cutlet, on top of numerous creative renditions of their signature winter melon milk tea—all costing no more than S$5 each.
Here’s why you should pay this eatery a visit on your next day trip to Johor Bahru!