To even out the battle between cafés in the West against the East of Singapore, match our guide on Cafés In The West Of Singapore Only Westsiders Know About against this to decide which side ultimately wins the debate in your opinion.
This list covers an extensive range of cafés, brew bars, ice cream parlours, and dessert studios. It is nothing short of exciting! Read on for artisanal cafés with deliciously bespoke blends, delectable brunches, and casual hangout spots where Easties can drop by for their daily coffee run.
In this guide, we share with you our updated list of 49 cafés in the East of Singapore to explore.
Fans of the popular Teh Sarbat Tarik Bhai Sarbat will be happy to know that it has opened a new restaurant at 73 Bussorah Street.
The new restaurant is simply named Bhai Sarbat Restaurant while the original Bhai Sarbat Stall remains open at 21 Bussorah Street.
Good news for those of you who are staying in the north of Singapore. Affordable soufflé pancakes cafe Fluff Stack has opened its second outlet at Northpoint City!
One thing that definitely sets Fluff Stack apart from other soufflé pancake cafés in Singapore has got to be the price point. While soufflé pancakes tend to be priced at a premium, we love that the ones here start from S$8.80 which is pretty affordable!
We all know that in every foodie’s Instagram feed, it’s incomplete without one amazing shot of a cheese pull. There’s just something about melty, gooey, stretchy cheese that stirs a fire within the bellies of even the lactose intolerant, compelling everyone to test our limits of just how much we can consume till we break.
In the spirit of breaking our limits of cheese-consumption, here’s a guide to 10 ultra cheesy dishes that will make you melt (or test your level of lactose intolerance)!
Tampines folks, you’re in for a treat. From fancy churros to old-school chendol, we’ve hunted down the 10 best dessert spots in your hood for that quintessential post-meal indulgence.
Don’t say we didn’t warn you but for those of you who are trying to watch your diet, proceed with caution.
To celebrate Singapore’s 55th birthday this year, Creamier Handcrafted Ice Cream
& Coffee has joined hands with a local beancurd stall, Pure Soya Bean—located at the Toa Payoh West Market & Food Centre at Blk 127 Lor 1—to come up with a new seasonal “Tau Huay” (Beancurd) ice cream flavour.
If you’re a foodie who’s heading to Japan for the first time and you’re not sure which city you should start with, we highly recommend that you slot in Osaka at the top of your list.
Endearingly known as “Tenka no Daidokoro”, which translates to The Nation’s Kitchen, Japan’s second largest metropolitan area is home to a plethora of food options that are sure to leave you spoilt for choice. From bite-sized balls of takoyaki to piping hot bowls of ramen, there is something to eat in pretty much every corner of Osaka. You’ll never go hungry in this gastronomic paradise!
Aside from being a glutton’s idea of heaven, the fast-paced city is jam-packed with plenty of things to see and do. From one of the largest pokemon centres in the world to the majestic Osaka Castle, Osaka is truly a one-stop destination where you can experience the beauty of Japan in a nutshell.
For those of you who need some help with your itinerary, here is our 5D4N guide on what to eat, see and do in the kitchen of Japan.
Before the salted egg and mala trends kicked in, Singaporeans used to be obsessed with something else that was just as addictive.
Fluffy, savoury and extremely fragrant, chicken floss was and still is until today, something that is loved by Singaporeans. We love our chicken floss with buns, as a topping for our porridge or even as a snack on its own. It was especially popular during festive occasions like Chinese New Year, where jars of these used to be given away as gifts.
Just in time for Singapore’s 55th National Day, KFC has released a new chicken flavour featuring—you guessed it—chicken floss! It will be available in all KFC restaurants from 21 July 2020 onwards excluding KFC Singapore Zoo.