With many countries’ borders remaining shut and various travel restrictions still in place, it looks like we will be “grounded” in Singapore for a little while more. The silver lining? We get more time to rediscover our sunny island with loved ones.
If you are looking for something touristy to do in Singapore, we’ve got a gourmet adventure for you. After all, Singapore is a food paradise in its own right and its food culture is enthralling.
So take a day off and treat yourself to a gastronomic journey with this itinerary we are about to share. It is a myriad of experiences that include a local-style breakfast, Michelin-starred hawker stall, and a refined Mod-Sin dinner in a chic and trendy hotel.
Also, we have a giveaway happening at the end of this post. 3 lucky winners will each enjoy an all-expenses-paid experience of this exact itinerary, including a stay at The Warehouse Hotel, courtesy of Gojek.
Let’s get moving; Singapore is waiting for you!
The team behind hawker gourmet burger stall, Ashes SG, has opened a new Muslim-owned bakery in Redhill.
Maison Sucrée is located at the void deck of 63B Lengkok Bahru, which is just a short walk from Redhill MRT Station.
We have Bob The Builder, and we have Bob The Baker Boy who is fond of cakes, especially moist and cottony-soft cakes, which are exactly what you can look forward to when placing an order with Bob The Baker Boy.
You have probably seen Bob The Baker Boy’s customised cakes and dessert tables making their rounds on Instagram and Facebook. There are over 400 designs to choose from. And if you have any particular design in mind for your cake, you can always let the creative team know and they will make your wish come true.
That’s not all. Bob The Baker Boy also has a range of awesome bakes including Molten Basque Cheesecake, mini tarts, brownies as well as the best molten lava cookies we’ve had in Singapore.
Bob is our new best friend and he will be yours too when you next need a customised cake. Or a damn good cookie. Or tarts. Or anything sweet, really.
Tsuta, the world’s first Michelin-starred ramen eatery, has launched five new Japanese ice cream flavours which are created by local artisanal ice cream parlour Apiary.
There are few things as satisfying as a grill full of sizzling meat and we often find ourselves hankering for a cosy KBBQ session complete with banchan (Korean side dishes) and a spicy heap of kimchi.
Here are 8 Korean BBQ buffets in Singapore with prices starting from as low as S$14.90. All-you-can-eat Korean BBQ? Count us in!
Famous Cantonese congee eatery, Mui Kee Congee, is opening a new virtual noodle concept in Singapore. Mui Kee Noodles is a delivery-only concept by the Les Amis Group with noodles as the star of the restaurant.
Mui Kee Congee first started in Singapore as a pop-up concept at Casa Verde and it has settled as a permanent spot at Shaw Centre. There is still a long queue at the congee eatery every day and Mui Kee Noodles will be the latest addition to satisfy your craving for Cantonese-style noodles.
Tenjin is opening a second outlet at Raffles City on 1 Dec 2020.
Tenjin is a Japanese restaurant by the Les Amis Group that specialises in Tempura Donburi and the first outlet is located on the third floor of Shaw Centre.
Updated on 24 Jan 2021: The White Rabbit and The Rabbit Hole will be closing for good on 30 April 2021.
Established in 2008, The White Rabbit is one of our all-time favourite romantic restaurants in Singapore. Set in a restored chapel on Dempsey Hill, the beautiful restaurant has recently got a facelift and is still gorgeous with its iconic stained glass and booth seats.
Helmed by Exec Chef Daniel Sia, The White Rabbit is well-loved for their menu of classic European Classics with a slight twist as well as an extensive boutique wine list and Gin & Tonics. It is also a fantastic spot for a weekend affair with your loved one(s), especially with its new brunch menu available on weekends and public holidays.