In this day and age, when we think of desserts, visuals of over-the-top milkshakes and soufflé pancakes spring to mind. Yet, we often forget that long before our Insta-worthy confections became the next “it” thing in Singapore, old-school desserts were what we sought comfort in.
It is only right we pay tribute to our classic novelty local desserts: think Ice Kachang, Chendol and Cheng Tng! Not only do they evoke a sense of nostalgia in us, they are still the best treats to counter Singapore’s unrelenting heat.
Here is an ode to 15 Nostalgic Desserts in Singapore — and where to find them — that will leave you with a sweet taste of tradition and take you down memory lane.
We all know that in every foodie’s Instagram feed, it’s incomplete without one amazing shot of a cheese pull. There’s just something about melty, gooey, stretchy cheese that stirs a fire within the bellies of even the lactose intolerant, compelling everyone to test our limits of just how much we can consume till we break.
In the spirit of breaking our limits of cheese-consumption, here’s a guide to 10 ultra cheesy dishes that will make you melt (or test your level of lactose intolerance)!
Staying home doesn’t have to be boring. We get it—you’re bummed about the dire situation we’re in now because of COVID-19 and you need a little pick-me-up. Fear not, Korean food always makes everything better.
We’ve picked out our 5 halal Korean restaurants and eateries in Singapore that offer food delivery. Now everyone can enjoy delicious halal Korean cuisine at home! And don’t worry, these halal Korean restaurants are scattered islandwide.
We hope this list of halal Korean food places will help battle your stay-home blues. Enjoy the Korean dishes while watching K-dramas on Netflix, listening to K-pop music, or watching Mukbang videos on YouTube.
Hungry, depressed, alone and bored of staring at the wall? Want to eat your feelings but your fridge is empty? Food deliveries are now so conveniently available, even if you live right at the end of Singapore.
From Western cuisine, to Chinese takeouts and your favourite Thai dishes, here are 21 food places in Singapore that offer islandwide food deliveries—you can order your meals in the comfort of your home, safe and sound.
During trying times like these, do continue to support our local hawkers by getting takeouts or ordering local hawker food from delivery apps such as Deliveroo and Foodpanda.
Here are 5 hawker centres in Singapore where you can order your favourite local dishes from and have them delivered to your doorstep.
One of the best Louisiana seafood restaurants in Singapore, Dancing Crab by TungLok Group is no stranger to us.
With an extensive menu and a huge range of seafood with guaranteed freshness, Dancing Crab is a perennial favourite and a family-friendly restaurant that is suitable for all sorts of occasions and celebrations.
Just when you need another reason to visit them again, we have good news for you – Dancing Crab is introducing a new lunch set menu with prices starting from S$11.90++. We’re in for this pocket-friendly deal, and so should you!
We all know that feeling when you step into the office and immediately feel the desire for the day to end. Been there, done that.
So when Friday rolls around, you’re dying to meet your pals or gals for a good night out. Run-of-the-mill bars and pubs aren’t good enough and you want something a little more fun and a little more special to celebrate the end of a tiring week of work.
Here is a list of 12 Watering Holes Perfect For Your TGIF Celebrations. READ ON
If you’ve been looking forward to the annual Ramadan bazaars, we have some bad news for you.
In light of the coronavirus situation, all Ramadan bazaars by People’s Association have been cancelled. This includes the popular Geylang Serai Ramadan Bazaar as well as the ones by Our Tampines Hub and Woodlands. This comes after a previous announcement that the event will still continue with precautionary measures put in place.