You’d probably associate Sunshine Plaza as the spot for all your printing needs. But that building is more than that.
The next time you’re looking for savoury light bites or a short sit down to recharge your tired mind in between running errands, head over to Victor’s Kitchen at Sunshine Plaza. This household name is an unpretentious eatery with a bare minimum set up but plastered on their glass walls are raving newspaper reviews stamps that tout them as best.
For simple, fuss-free dim sum, here’s what we love about Victor’s Kitchen.
Monday blues are one of the worst recurring feelings after you’ve been inflicted with adulthood and no matter how good your TGIF game is, the weekends can never feel long enough.
2020 is a year packed with long weekends if you know how to strategise. Plan your short trips and getaways for that wanderlust life, meet up with friends overseas, and take your family out for sightseeing. Get your red markers and calendars out to circle some of these dates!
There are 7 long weekends in 2020 and it’s time to start planning for your holiday next year!
In Bangkok, our easy way around that is to dive into their endless choices of street food. Watching it being cooked before you and sampling it is almost like taking in history and culture in the most tantalising way possible.
Capture the action on your cam and keep photo mementoes of what’s delicious and pretty with the help of our curated list of what’s good for Instagram.
Here are 15 street food in Bangkok that you have to try.
As many new overseas food concepts continue to excite us with their opening in Singapore, especially over at Jewel Changi Airport which is slated to open on 17th April 2019, there are several restaurants that are leaving our shores for good.
On 24th March 2019, the perennial favourite American grill bar, Chili’s, has permanently shut down all 3 outlets on our island.
The popular artisanal bakery and patisserie Lavender from Johor Bahru is finally crossing over the causeway to set up shop on our sunny little island. The opening is slated to be 17 April 2019 at Jewel Changi Airport.
Founded way back in 2000, they have come a long way since then and have expanded from a humble bakery to a cafe, bistro and restaurant business. They will be opening up just a bakery here in Singapore for the time being.
A city that hardly sleeps, Tokyo is among our top destinations around the world and is a place where amazing cuisine, culture and city life converge. Tokyo has literally everything for everybody from breathtaking sights and sounds of nature to bustling city life overflowing with mirth and energy.
It’s hard not fall in love with a place like Tokyo when it can offer you so much but we must admit that the city itself can prove to be rather daunting and the locals, intimidating if it’s your first time there. The Japanese people are very strict when it comes to the way they carry themselves and are also quick to judge those who aren’t—basically us tourists. And amidst the glamour of it all, Tokyo is also home to many dubious areas which tourists should definitely steer clear of.
To avoid receiving death stares, getting told off and unnecessary trouble, here are 10 things you should definitely take note of before travelling to Tokyo, Japan.
When one mentions waffles, the image that usually comes to mind is a plate of freshly made waffles drenched in saccharine maple syrup or topped with ice cream. But contrary to what you may think, waffles can also be enjoyed paired with savoury ingredients instead of always sweet ones.
Savoury waffles are not uncommon but they are not as readily available as their sugary counterparts. There are a number of places that serve up some pretty solid chicken waffles but don’t restrict yourselves to just that; some places even have some pretty interesting creations such as duck confit waffles, smoked salmon waffles and chicken waffles topped with kimchi!
If you’re someone who doesn’t have a sweet tooth and you’d like to have a savoury waffle for a change, we are here to help you suss out where you can find some of the best savoury waffles in Singapore. Here is our list of 10 places in Singapore to get savoury waffles.
When it comes to the king of fruits, it’s either you love it or you hate it. And to the ones who love it, there are several dessert options that take the pungent, creamy fruit to the next level.
As a soft serve, piped into a pastry, infused into local desserts or even into a cake, and so much more, durian’s application is basically boundless. If you’re as mad about durian desserts as we are, you’ll be thrilled to know that there is much more than just your average durian puff. Here is our guide on 16 durian desserts in Singapore.