Hidden under a pedestrian bridge along Jalan Pudu in Kuala Lumpur, A • Toast Breakfast & Juice Bar is an unassuming eatery you are likely to pass by without a second thought unless you are specifically looking for it.
Do not underestimate this humble breakfast bar, for its photogenic breakfast toasts and refreshing fruit juices have been gaining much popularity on social media recently. As its name suggests, A • Toast Breakfast & Juice Bar is a breakfast place that opens from early morning to mid-afternoon.
Those who are working nearby can grab a sandwich along the way to kick-start a productive day or have a simple brunch here during the weekends. READ ON
Acme Bar & Coffee at The Troika is located in Kuala Lumpur City Centre. The stylish cafe caters mostly to tourists and professionals working around the area and its sophisticated interior exudes an air of elegance. Yes, it is one of those places to see and be seen.
Think floor-to-ceiling windows where natural light is filtered in, clean lines and comfortable cushioned chairs to encourage customers to linger on for a leisure chat with their companions.
It is a great place to spend anniversaries and special occasions if you are in Kuala Lumpur. READ ON
Artbox—Bangkok’s famous hipster market—is coming to Singapore in April 2017.
It is Artbox’s first overseas venture and you bet we are excited about its arrival. Artbox Singapore will be held at Bayfront Event Space on 14 to 16 April and 21 to 23 April 2017 from 3pm to 11pm.
Taipei might as well be known as the city of night markets, deep fried goodies and shopping districts. But throughout the extensive selection of street snacks to feast on, there is definitely a couple that stands out and deemed as what you must try.
If you ever find yourself in Ximending—otherwise known as the hipster area of Taipei—look out for Ah Chung Mian Xian.
Yes, you would probably have heard of it and many of you may have already tried it. But if you haven’t, here’s why you should.
Homegrown chocolatier, Awfully Chocolate, has an entire empire locally and the brand’s success has also brought about regional expansion. Today, the brand has a portfolio of restaurants, concept cafes and they even have their name brand chocolate treats sold in supermarkets in the region.
So, you can understand why we trust anything they dish out; their chocolate treats are irresistible!
Christmas is just around the corner and with it comes the painstaking task of gift-giving. The joy of giving is a wonderful thing to relish but what stresses most people out is undoubtedly the decision-making.
However, with Awfully Chocolate’s yearly Christmas hampers, you are set. Kick away your worries; the 2016 hamper has all the best chocolate treats, together with a celebratory bottle of Merlot. It is the best one yet, and here are all the amazing treats you can find in Awfully Chocolate Christmas Hamper for 2016.
The whole stretch of restaurants and eateries along Macpherson Road always leaves us spoilt for choice. We decided to give Aroy Mak Mookata a shot. At just S$17.80 Nett, you get a huge variety of meats and ingredients for your Mookata buffet.
Newly opened contemporary restaurant Ash & Char sits in the heart of Singapore’s CBD. The gastro-bar—opened by the team behind Rise & Grind Coffee Co—is just a short walk away from Tanjong Pagar MRT Station and Telok Ayer MRT station.
Ash & Char derived its name from the primary cooking techniques used for its dishes. Do not let the fancy interiors put you off; the menu is actually surprisingly affordable. The scrumptious main courses here range between S$15++ to S$21++ for a scrumptious plate of Aglio Olio and Hanger Steak respectively.
The versatile venue is perfect for business luncheons, dinner dates and even after-work drinks.
Artbox Bangkok is back at Chatuchak from now until 30 April 2017!
You would have known or heard about Artbox Bangkok by now. But if you haven’t, it is actually a pop-up market that is housed within giant metal containers.
The charm of Artbox Bangkok lies in its hipster factor, of course—from its containers to the design of each stall to the merchandise and snacks, Artbox Bangkok is like the future of Singapore’s ‘Pasar Malam’. And they focus a lot on local designers, affordable vintage fashion, quirky lifestyle products, modern home decor items and innovative snacks.
The pop-up market changes location once every few months, and its current location is at Chatuchak (just across the road from the popular Chatuchak Weekend Market), where it will be there every Friday to Sunday.
Here are the highlights of Artbox Bangkok at Chatuchak.