The Mad Hatter-inspired cafe, Hatter Street in Kovan has rebranded to Hooloo—a new cafe serving rice bowls, bagels, desserts, waffles and ice cream.
Hooloo is having a soft launch and will only be serving only desserts, waffles and ice cream for now. It will officially open on 10 October 2021 and the new menu will include savoury mains as well.
With it being summer all-year-round, we tend to go out of the way just for some ice cream to cool down. Now you can find many ice cream parlours within residential estates, which means that these places are simply a short walk from your place and you’ll no longer have to perspire like crazy before getting your ice cream.
No matter which part of the island you live at, we’ve put together a list of ice cream shops to get your favourite treat so you can beat the Singapore heat without venturing too far from your ‘hood. READ ON
Good news for fans of Häagen-Dazs‘s ice cream and fondue, the popular ice cream brand is opening its 6th outlet at Waterway Point.
Known for its locally-inspired ice cream flavours including Orh Haw (hawthorn berry), Orh-Bee-Good (pulut hitam) and In-Kueh-Dible (salted coconut & gula melaka), The Humble Scoop started with humble beginnings at the basement of Katong Shopping Centre.
The Humble Scoop has opened its second outlet in Kovan at Stars of Kovan. Following the opening of Naked Ice Cream in late June 2021, this is the second new ice cream shop to open in Kovan.
The Bread Rack is an artisan bakery cafe near Serangoon and Kovan which specialises in freshly-baked sourdough, croissants and baguette.
It opened earlier in January this year and it has already garnered a following amongst residents in the neighbourhood for its delicious croissants and pastries.
When it comes to Chinese food, every one of us has a soft spot for dim sum—or yum cha as it is commonly referred to in Hong Kong. A classic Cantonese delight that is commonly enjoyed with hot tea—hence the term ‘yum cha’ which translates to ‘drinking tea’ in Cantonese—who can resist waking up to likes of steaming hot, meat and seafood-stuffed morsels of goodness.
Many folks may argue that the best (and most affordable) dim sum can only be found in Hong Kong or Guangzhou but we beg to differ. In fact, you can just as easily find some of the best and cheapest dim sum delights right here in Singapore.
As much as we love our cafe-style brunches, there is just something about dim sum that still makes it our ultimate go-to comfort food. Here is our list of 12 dim sum places in Singapore that will not hurt your wallet but will have you thoroughly satisfied nonetheless.
They say sugar is bad for you, but how bad can it be when it tastes oh-so-good? From cheesecakes, mousse cakes and fluffy chiffons to cream-filled eclairs and choux puffs, we just simply can’t resist them!
If you have a sweet tooth that needs to be satisfied, we’ve got you covered. Here’s a comprehensive guide on the Best Patisseries in Singapore to sink your teeth into some indulgent cakes and pastries.
Good news for those of you who are staying in the north of Singapore. Affordable soufflé pancakes cafe Fluff Stack has opened its second outlet at Northpoint City!
One thing that definitely sets Fluff Stack apart from other soufflé pancake cafés in Singapore has got to be the price point. While soufflé pancakes tend to be priced at a premium, we love that the ones here start from S$8.80 which is pretty affordable!