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!
Singapore is finally in Phase 2, and this means that we are given a little more freedom to go out and about. While the pandemic situation across the globe doesn’t seem to be getting better anytime soon, Phase 2 in Singapore is definitely a step closer towards normalcy.
If you’ve been indoors for too long and are stumped on what you can or cannot do in Phase 2 in Singapore, here are 8 activities that we are allowed to partake in. Do remember to practise safe distancing and good hygiene habits while you have fun with your loved ones; we don’t want to find ourselves back in another Circuit Breaker.
Singaporeans are no stranger to cafes – new cafes pop up almost every week and each cafe has its own unique charm. There are so many cafes now it’s hard to keep track of them and what’s more of a dilemma is which cafe to patronise first!
If you’re vying for a new social media upload or you’re just someone who can appreciate beautiful interiors and decor, here’s a list of 24 minimalist & Instagram-worth cafes in Singapore that could make it to your main. Cafes are not always just about the food, huh? Check out our list below!
Are you in search of places to bring your fur kids along with you to dine and unwind? Dogs are a man’s best friend and so are other pets. We want to share good times with our best friends just like we do with our pets without being cooped up at home for a change of environment.
It is difficult to look for places where we can spend time with our furry kids apart from the parks around our neighbourhood. Here are 48 pet-friendly cafes and restaurants in Singapore to bring your babies for a pawsome & pur-fect date.
2020 has been a bad year for everyone, period.
Most industries in Singapore have been badly hit by the pandemic, which has left many of us scrambling to save our sinking boats. The F&B sector especially has suffered and things got worse when the Circuit Breaker was put in place, restricting people from dining out and patronising these establishments.
Aside from COVID-19, many of these F&B ventures have also decided to close for other reasons such as the end of their lease. Whatever the case, we are sad to see these places go and we hope that better opportunities will come their way soon.
With that, here is a list of F&B outlets in Singapore that have closed their doors in 2020.
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.
While the Circuit Breaker has been confirmed to be over by 1 June 2020, not everything will go back to normalcy immediately.
The post-measures for after the Circuit Breaker has been divided into 3 phases. Phase 1 commencing 2 June 2020 will be considered the ‘safe re-opening’ stage and allows a certain number of businesses to resume their services.
Sadly, food & beverage outlets will still not be able to allow dine-ins during Phase 1. Phase 1 is estimated to last a few weeks from the end of the Circuit Breaker.
Missing your weekly yum cha sessions with your family? Or have you just been craving for some dim sum? The Chinese-style delicacy features an assortment of bite-sized portions of food such as dumplings, buns and fried fritters that are served in little bamboo baskets. Unfortunately, unless you’re a pro in the kitchen, these morsels of joy aren’t easy to do up yourself.
Thankfully for us, there are many dim sum restaurants in Singapore that will be offering islandwide deliveries for dim sum during the Circuit Breaker period.
From the famous Swee Choon to the underrated Yi Dian Xin, we’ve got all your dim sum delivery needs covered. While we will have to do without the bamboo baskets and the experience itself, this shall suffice for now.