If going through WWII means we get to live on sweet potatoes every day, so be it. Okay, not really. But, you get our point- we can’t get enough of this delicious root vegetable, which comes in all kinds of shapes and colours.
Not to mention, they’re actually really healthy as well. Brimming with fibre, antioxidants and Vitamin A, these superfoods are great for your body. But, we’re going to ditch the health talk for now because that’s not what we’re about today.
As their name suggests, sweet potatoes are basically a godsent vegetable for the sweet-toothed. They absolutely thrive in the realm of desserts. So, for all the ‘han tze’ lovers, we’ve rounded up 10 spots in Singapore that turn sweet potatoes into wondrous mouthwatering treats!
To some, it’s custardy gold. To others, it’s overnight socks.
We’ve been over the durian debate way too many times to even want to try convince the naysayers. But, to the people who would gladly bathe in this sweet, creamy fruit, we bear great news — tis’ the season.
The bad boys are back. It’s finally time to reunite with your beloved Mao Shan Wang, Golden Phoenix or D24. We’ve rounded up 10 places to order durian delivery from in Singapore this durian season!
Apologies in advance to your neighbours.
We honestly can’t wait to get 2020 over and done with. It’s only June, yet the past 6 months have felt like a very long episode of Black Mirror.
If you’re like us and you’re looking forward to your next holiday, you may want to take note of the Public Holidays for 2021. While there may still be plenty of uncertainty over whether it would be possible for us to be able to travel overseas next year, a little early planning never hurts anyone.
There will be 11 annual public holidays in 2021, where three of these will fall on a Friday and one will be on a Monday. Altogether, there will be four long weekends, three fewer than in 2020.
Antoinette—one of the most popular patisseries in Singapore—will be closing for good on 30 June 2020. Helmed by Chef Pang Kok Keong, Antoinette started 9 years ago and this Parisian-style tea salon has created so many desserts over the years.
With swanky malls like ION and 313 Somerset, who even goes to the older drabby ones such as Far East Plaza? Unless you’re thinking of getting a piercing or tattoo, you’d probably not set foot in there.
Well, then you’re missing out. As shabby as Far East Plaza looks in comparison to its glammed-up neighbours, this shopping centre is an absolute gem for affordable eats in the town area.
Whether you’re in the mood for a spicy Thai dinner or hearty zi-char feast, you can always fall back on this mall. We’ve put together a list of budget-friendly eateries at Far East Plaza for budget days. READ ON
It’s no secret that Singaporeans love their food. But do we love food enough to supersize it? Across the world, we have seen food lovers take this love for eating to the next level, some going all out with extravagant feasts in their mukbang videos, while others preferring to challenge themselves with exorbitantly-sized dishes. Now that this trend has finally reached our shores, it’s our turn to get on the supersized train.
When we think of cuisines with disproportionately exaggerated sizes, we tend to look towards American and Korean fare. However, there is a new entrant to the giant food scene: Thai cuisine. Traditionally conservative in portion sizes, the easily scalable nature of many of its food items has made it one of the best contenders for supersizing. Moreover, the growing global palate for Thai fare has only perpetuated this trend.
Thai food lovers, this one is for you! Bring along your friends with the most robust appetites and iron-clad palates to embark on an unforgettable Thai XXL journey. From addictively slurpable pork spines to red, hot tom yum bound to set your tongues alight, here is a list of 5 mouth-watering Thai XXL dishes to binge on, and challenge your friends to!
The dessert scene has seen the arrival of many quirky and innovative creations, with some that are too pretty to be eaten. However, at the end of the day, nothing truly beats a classic scoop of ice cream.
We adore our ice cream and we love how over the years, more exciting, unheard of flavours have popped up in the market. Nutty beer? Chilli Chocolate? Rhubarb Buttermilk? Sign us up.
While we enjoy having our ice cream in the parlour itself, sometimes, it just feels better to have it at home. Especially during this period where most people would prefer to stay home, we know that some of you would want another alternative that’ll allow you to get your hands on your favourite dessert. Therefore, we have put together this guide of 16 places that do ice cream delivery in Singapore for your reference.
Ang ku kueh, png kueh, soon kueh — you name it, we love it. Kuehs are, hands down, one of Singapore’s more iconic desserts.
Coming in all shapes, sizes, colours and textures, kuehs are insanely versatile and there’s one for everybody. If you’re feeling peckish in the afternoon, these little treats are the perfect answer. Whether you like them sweet or savoury, we’ve got them all in the bag.
Here are 11 places that do islandwide delivery for traditional kueh in Singapore.