Located just opposite King Albert Park MRT in the cozy neighbourhood of Bukit Timah sits the newly opened Kong Cafe that has been styled in a minimalist concept which highlights its commitment to modern aesthetics.
Upon entry into the cafe, we were greeted by the clean-cut bright white walls of the cafe, which offered a calm and comfortable ambience that could potentially turn this new kid on the block into the next hip social hangout in the west of Singapore.
We have great news to share with durian lovers! King of Kings is a new mooncake brand in Singapore that offers quality Musang King (Mao Shan Wang) snowskin mooncakes at very reasonable prices.
King of Kings MSW Durian Snowskin Mooncakes are 100% made of pure Musang King flesh encased within thin mochi skin. Each box comes with 4 x 170g MSW Durian snowskin mooncakes and there are two flavours—original and chocolate—to choose from. In addition, each mooncake set comes with a free tin of buckwheat tea.
Quote ‘ladyironchef’ when you order via Whatsapp +65 9223 6333 to enjoy a box of King Of Kings Mao Shan Wang Durian Snowskin Mooncake and two free boxes of traditional mooncakes from Lao Zi Hao at S$128 nett. It includes free delivery islandwide.
King of Kings Mao Shan Wang Durian flavours
- Original Skin
- Chocolate Skin
Traditional Mooncake from Lao Zi Hao flavours
- Single Yolk Lotus
- Double Yolk Lotus
- Low Sugar Macadamia
- Charcoal Black Sesame
- Red Bean
- Mixed Nuts
Kogane Yama, whose name translates to “Golden Mountain”, specialises in serving premium Japanese tendon and other traditional Japanese fares with modern twists and flavours. Known for using only the freshest ingredients and creating the most delicious dishes at a rather affordable price point, Kogane Yama is not one to disappoint.
This August, Kogane Yama has launched a new menu with 3 brand-new Japanese side dishes, 4 flavours of Chahan (garlic fried rice), 2 flavourful bowls of ramen and their National Day dishes, the Salted Egg Tori Karaage Don and Chilli Crab Tendon.
With the market still riding the strong wave of local-inspired dishes, Kogane Yama’s National Day dishes should definitely be on your must-try list. They will only be available from 1 to 31 August 2019 so savour these delectable donburis before they’re gone for good!
KFC is seriously the gift that keeps giving. We all love some good ol’ fried chicken and of course, KFC always delivers. Following closely behind their Saucy Wings, KFC’s newest creation is set to be well-loved by Singaporeans: Cereal Chicken.
From 28 June 2019 onwards, KFC’s Cereal Chicken will be tickling your taste buds with a well-known yet distinct flavour so hurry down to the nearest KFC outlet for some cereal-sly good fried chicken.
Be prepared to get your hands dirty, and trust us when we say that this mess is something you’ll want to get into because it’s just too finger lickin’ good!
Nestled within the contemporary and sleek XY Hotel Bugis Singapore is Kava Bistro. This cosy little bistro and cafe is run by a family dishing up Halal-Western fare that are fused with Asian flavours.
With a swan floatie drifting through the pool seen overhead through the transparent panel while Queen’s Radio Ga Ga played in the background, stepping into the space that Kava Bistro occupies is like entering a problem-free world.
From Classic Cheeseburgers to Kava K-Pop Drumlets and Ondeh-Ondeh Cinnamon Rolls, Kava Bistro’s unique food selection and charming ambience enraptured us within the first few minutes we were here.
Shrouded amongst the sleek concretes buildings and smooth cemented roads is a beautiful cluster of old and rustic houses that make up Singapore’s very last kampong.
While most of Singapore’s kampongs have given way to tall HDB flats, chic condominiums and massive shopping malls, Kampong Lorong Buangkok remains untouched by time and this little plot of land is a reminder of Singapore’s golden yesteryears.
One foot in and you’ll feel like you’ve been transported to a completely different country; low-rise single storey houses, old dirt roads and exposed telephone wires are surrounded by thick, lush greenery. If you’re up for a nostalgic experience, this is the perfect place to head to.
Tucked away in The Herencia at Kim Yam Road is Kura that serves up delectable Japanese pastries at wallet-friendly prices. Even so, they don’t compromise on quality and offer up some mouthwatering cakes.
Kura shares the space with cafe and bar, In Bad Co, with a small glass display of their multi-coloured confections. With offices and residential areas nearby, we’re sure it will be an up-and-coming place for desserts in no time.
Conveniently located right opposite Pasir Panjang MRT at the Bijou is another new cafe, The Kins’ Specialty Coffee. Serving up an array of coffee, all-day brunch and other mains, they could be your new spot for a mid-day cuppa during lunch. They are currently in their soft launch phase, so all their food items are 20% off until mid-June!
In addition to their menu of hot food, they serve up a unique treat that isn’t normally found in dessert menus around Singapore: Burnt Cheesecake. Trust us when we say it’s worth the trip down for that alone.