Bored & Hungry is a Non-Fungible Token (NFT) themed restaurant which is inspired by the world famous NFT project, Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC). The restaurant was established by founder Andy Nguyen in March 2022 in Long Beach, California.
Bored & Hungry—Bored Ape Yacht Club-Themed Restaurant—will be having its first pop-up in Singapore for a week from 11 to 19 Aug 2023.
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 mini tarts, and brownies.
Bob is our new best friend and he will be yours too when you next need a customised cake. Or tarts. Or anything sweet, really.
Bugis is a popular hotspot for numerous attractions; from brightly coloured murals to hip cafes for scrumptious brunch, significant cultural sights and 2 huge malls to shop till you drop.
After taking in all the sights under Singapore’s burning sun, spending some time in an air-conditioned environment while savouring a dessert is very much well-deserved.
Whether you need a quick break or just need a pick-me-up, here are 13 Desserts Around Bugis To #TreatYourself.
Brownies are irresistible chocolate squares that will win bae’s heart over with its indulgent, chocolatey goodness. Said decadent treats come in an assortment of flavours and textures — fudgy, dense or crisp — and will light a smile on your faces upon the first bite.
Here are the best brownie spots in Singapore that dish out addictive, fudging good brownies.
BigDaddy at Republic Plaza specialises in hearty, nutritious protein bowls. Perfect for health-conscious diners — or those seeking to begin an eat-clean diet in a bid to lose some extra calories — this new kid on the block is your ticket to having a “fitspo” body.
Conveniently nestled in the CBD area, diners can look forward to customisable bowls that come with one protein, three sides, and a homemade sauce. With its generous mixture of carbs, fibres, and proteins, they are a guaranteed bang for your buck.
So, get creative with your meal, take charge of your lifestyle now and check out these delectable, unbelievea-bowls at BigDaddy!
If there is one thing we cannot live without, it is, undoubtedly, desserts. You name it, we love it. There is just something about that sweet, indulgent treat that never fails to light up our day. This time around, instead of going for our usual choice of ice cream and waffles, we decided to spoil ourselves with something a little different — an underrated, yet equally sinful treat: brownies.
We paid a visit to one of the most highly-raved brownie shops in Singapore lately: BUNDT by The Backyard Bakers. Nestled in Havelock II, they are a hole-in-the-wall takeaway kiosk near Clarke Quay MRT dishing out sinful pieces of chocolatey happiness, also known as dangerously addictive brownies. They also serve coffee.
Albeit hard to find, the joint was still constantly packed with eager customers waiting to sample BUNDT’s bite-sized goodies.
The sister restaurant of The Coconut Club, Belimbing Superstar, has suddenly announced a ceasing of operations after a mere five months of opening. The news was conveyed through an official Facebook post on 21st January 2020, without any reason provided for the abrupt closure.
This news follows the recent passing of the company’s co-founder, Mr. Lee Eng Su, in September the last year. He passed on three weeks after Belimbing Superstar opened along Ann Siang Hill in August, but the Peranakan eatery still continued to operate afterward.
From famed household names such as Koi and Liho, to the popular overseas brands—including HEYTEA, Nayuki, and Machi Machi—that have arrived in Singapore, we’ve got you covered.
Ready yourself and be prepared to conquer all the bubble tea options we have—this is a comprehensive guide to 62 bubble tea brands in Singapore.