As Singapore’s number one chocolatier, we know that we can trust Awfully Chocolate to launch the most exciting chocolate products of the highest quality. Awfully Chocolate’s existing line of truffles—which includes their classic Dark Chocolate Truffles and Champagne Truffles—needed a little boost. Hence, they have come up with 4 new flavours: Gula Melaka Truffles, Butterscotch Bricks, Praline Truffles and Dark Chocolate Espresso Truffles.
This new range of truffles will be added on to the existing lineup and will only be available at 6 outlets currently: ION Orchard, Marina Bay Link Mall, VivoCity, Raffles City, Star Vista and Ninethirty. So if you want to treat yourself to some delectable chocolates, you know where to go.
Here is why you cannot miss out on the amazing new truffles from Awfully Chocolate.
Calling all fellow durian fans! Stop everything you are doing and read this: there is a Durian Feast Party happening right now at the main entrance of AMK Hub. The event will run daily from now until 13 Aug 2017, 5pm to 10pm.
Look forward to an extensive array of high-quality durians which include new flavours and familiar favourites such as Musang King and D24. The durian stalls are run by three local durian kings who are experts in this field.
Cannot get enough of the King of Fruits? Well, you know this is one epic party you should not miss for the world. After all, you get the best harvest only during this time of the year. You have to scoot to AMK Hub right about now. READ ON
The first avocado-themed cafe has opened up in Singapore three weeks ago and it is located at Adelphi Park.
All The Batter may not be new in Singapore as it currently has a dessert kiosk at Anchorpoint Shopping Mall but you can now enjoy their full range of avocado delights in a comfortable cafe environment.
Weekends just got “all the batter” (all the better) with their exclusive Avocado Dessert Menu featuring highlights such as avocado cakes, smoothies and Avocado Milk Balls! Before you rush down to All The Batter at Jasmine Road—off Upper Thomson road—do note that it is open only during the weekends.
Brace yourself for long queues as Malaysia’s Ah Mah Homemade Cake—famous for its castella cake—is opening their very first outlet here in Singapore on 14 July 2017.
For the uninitiated, this baked treat craze originated in Nagasaki, Japan, and it comprises sugar, flour, eggs, and starch syrup. The Taiwanese rendition, with additions such as cheese, inspired the cakes made by the Ah Mah brand.
DROP EVERYTHING NOW, GUYS. A&W IS RETURNING TO SINGAPORE! It will be opening the first outlet at the new Jewel Changi Airport in April 2019!
This piece of news just made our day and we bet you are equally, if not more excited than us. Our beloved root beer float and waffles are making a return to our shores, and not forgetting the curly fries that we grew up earting!
Here’s everything you need to know about their return. Now, time to keep your skinny jeans in the closet. You won’t be needing them for a while.
Avocado Cafe is the answer to all health junkies who are looking for a vegan cafe in Bali serving fresh, organic meals. It sits in Canggu, and though it may take a little travelling from the main areas of Seminyak and Kuta, we are telling you it is worth it.
Apart from avocado delights, diners can expect a wide range of vegan options on their menu including pasta, pancakes and sweet potato waffles. The food there is stripped down and delicious, focusing mainly on locally sourced produce.
So if you too are obsessed with everything avo-related just like us, drop by the Avocado Cafe during your next trip to Bali! READ ON
One casual Korean eatery in the Dhoby Ghaut area where you can get Korea homestyle cooking minus the frills (and service charge) is Ajumma’s.
Hidden at a corner of The Cathay’s basement, we got to know of this place by word-of-mouth recommendations. Diners can find many classic Korean main dishes that are below S$10. Have a meal here before or after a movie or pop by during your lunch break.
The greatly anticipated Artbox Singapore is finally here! Bangkok’s Artbox makes its inaugural appearance in Singapore with over 500 unique vendors in their lineup over next two weeks.
For those unfamiliar with Artbox, it is essentially a large market pulsating with a vibrant youthful vibe and bursting with creative energy.
Admission is free, by the way. Artbox Singapore will be taking place from 14 to 16 April 2017 and 21 to 23 April 2017. So, did it live up to the hype and is Artbox Singapore really worth going?