The Michelin Guide Singapore has just released its Bib Gourmand Awards 2016. Singapore’s rich cultural diversity and local gastronomy has thus been further affirmed, much to the delight of many gourmets and food lovers alike.
14 restaurants, 17 hawkers and 3 street food establishments have made it to the list. Criteria for the award? The establishment must offer quality and value-for-money meals under S$45.
Local delights that made it to the list include the much loved Hainanese chicken rice, prawn noodles, bak kut teh and also the unpretentious curry puff.
Mitzo’s Weekend Dim Sum Brunch is probably one of the best deals in town, and one that everyone must try at least once! Dining in a sexy and intimate setting over free flow delicacies sounds like the perfect way to spend the weekend, no?
Known for dishing out stunning Cantonese-style dishes and artisanal dim sum, Mitzo at Grand Park Orchard has just revamped their Weekend Brunch and there is really a whole lot to be obsessed about. The Weekend Brunch is all about indulging in the finest at Mitzo. Love their signature Char Siew? Yes, you will have that free flow.
And in this revamped menu, everyone gets to pick one bamboo clam dish, one live lobster dish and an abalone dish each! That pretty much already pays for the S$68++ per person for brunch. How value-for-money!
It can be a hassle to think of how to spruce up your packed lunch to school or work every day. Most days, it probably consists of leftovers or a basic sandwich that you whipped up in under five minutes. Some days, we crave for something more and it is unfortunate that we might not have time to run down for a takeaway lunch.
But there are so many things that you can whip up in 10-15 minutes for your meal(s) the following day and all you need is some vision and creativity. We experimented on a few ways to spruce up a healthy salad meal and came up with these very simple recipes that you can do with a jar.
Here are 2 Easy Salad in A Jar Recipes To Prepare For a Meal For School or Work.
Mini Melts has opened in Singapore! We have fond memories of Mini Melts, an ice cream that we grew up eating. Seems that we haven’t had it for like 15 years!
The unique molecular ice cream come in the form of really tiny ice cream balls – colourful and with a distinct texture that is very creamy with every bite. Originating from the U.S., Mini Melts was once in Singapore and it used to be one reward we loved when we fared well in school.
It is no secret by now that we are huge fans of Mukshidonna Tteokbokki Restaurant in Seoul. If there was only one place we could go to when in Seoul, this would be it.
For all who have never heard of Mukshidonna , they are a chain of casual eateries and are famed for their affordable and extremely addictive Korean Tteokbokki Hot Pot. And they are now in Hong Kong! This, we couldn’t be more excited about.
Established in 1964 under the name “Jangsugang”, the restaurant changed its name to Myeongdong Kalguksu in 1966, and finally settled on Myeongdong Kyoja in 1978.
This inconspicuous restaurant in Myeongdong is like a secret hideout. It sits on a dodgy alley, but if you managed to locate it, step right in and you are definitely in for a great meal.
Of noodles and dumplings, Myeongdong Kyoja is well-loved by both locals and tourists for its unpretentious and inexpensive fare.
If you thought that McDonald’s Create Your Taste (CYT) was a great leap forward for fast food chains worldwide, be prepared to be blown away by their latest concept – McDonald’s Next recently launched in Hong Kong, and is the world’s first and currently only outlet.
This spanking new concept in the heart of Hong Kong adds on a D.I.Y salad bar menu on top of burgers and whatnot. The interior is also nothing quite like the McDonald’s you know.
Table service happens after 6pm daily here at McDonald’s Next. Also, choose from a selection of premium coffee beans.
We ventured to Admiralty in Hong Kong to check out all that McDonald’s Next has to offer. Here is what you can expect from the new McDonald’s.
Munchies – a certified organic and GMO-free bakery – might be a relatively new kid on the block, but is already making significant waves in Hong Kong with its irresistibly delicious handcrafted goodies.
The people behind Munchies are not marijuana addicts but passionate individuals who bake so well that one would feel like he/she literally got the munchies.