While a seafood feast is usually thought of as a gourmet experience, we prefer to get our hands down and dirty by having it the messy way.
You can do just that at Cajun on Wheels, a Halal-certified seafood diner on wheels that serves outrageously sumptuous and fresh Louisiana-style seafood at very reasonable prices. Living up to its name, the majority of Cajun on Wheels dishes pack a mean, spicy punch that will undoubtedly leave you reeling in satisfaction.
To add on to their already extensive menu, they will be introducing a whole new range of Asian Charcoal-Grilled dishes that are marinated with Kicap Manis, an iconic Indonesian sauce that is sweet, savoury and mildly spicy all at once. The new range of Charcoal-Grilled dishes is exclusively available at Cajun on Wheels at Plaza Singapura only.
So, say goodbye to your utensils and don your plastic bibs because this bold and unpretentious feast is best enjoyed with your hands!
There are few things as addictive as boat noodles and we love the satisfying feeling of stacking all those finished bowls up high. The great thing about boat noodles is that because the portions are all so small and cheap, you get to try a variety of different broths and noodles till your heart’s content without feeling a pinch in your wallet.
Bangkok is no short of places that dish out scrumptious bowls of boat noodles and one of our favourite haunts whenever we are there is Kin Tiew Kan Noodle.
Stepping in to Sueno—a new ice cream café at 888 Plaza in Admiralty—we were greeted by the aroma of baking waffles and desserts.
If you are looking for a café in the North of Singapore to chill out at with friends to enjoy waffles and ice cream, Sueno is the next place you can go to.
Be it for Christmas, an anniversary or a birthday celebration, there will always be a reason for people to gather and share their love for food. Nothing can beat the feeling of bonding with your mates over a meal—eating may even be considered a social activity today!
If carbs just aren’t your thing, then these meat platters are perfect for you. Call your carnivorous clan and a fellow seafood-lover and head down to any of these places for the ultimate low-carb, high-meat diet.
Here are 7 places in Singapore with sharing platters that your inner carnivore will give endless thanks to. Bring your mates along and feast on these meats and variety of seafood for the ultimate #squadgoals.
Since opening their doors to the public in 2013, Jem has become one of the go-to shopping malls in the West of Singapore.
Directly connected to Jurong East MRT interchange, and home to over 240 retail and F&B outlets across six levels, Jem is an all-in-one destination that offers you everything.
There was a major revamp at Jem’s B1 food mall since March 2019 and they have since reopened with more exciting food offerings.
Whether you’re craving a cup of bubble tea, Taiwanese fried chicken, or in the mood for a legit Korean BBQ meal, here is our Jem food guide featuring 11 dining destinations in the mall.
Getting a little tired of drinking coffee and want something just as flavourful to replace your daily cuppa? We’ve got you covered. This list of chocolate drinks will get you warmed up on a rainy day or beat the heat under the sweltering sun; rain or shine, these chocolate drinks will be sure to delight your tastebuds.
Here’s a list of 10 best hot chocolates in Singapore that are choc(ked) full of chocolate!
From steaming baskets of siew mai to liu sha baos (salted egg yolk custard buns), dim sum is a well-loved staple among Singaporeans.
Yet, we are firm believers that the best dim sum should not only be yummy, but affordable too. Tang Tea House is a halal dim sum eatery at Simpang Bedok known for their budget-friendly scrumptious dishes.
October is a great month for ramen lovers! Not only do we have the legendary Ichiran Ramen’s pop-up stall and an abundance of other famed ramen booths setting up shop at Takashimaya’s Japan Food Matsuri, there is also the new “Ichiran-inspired” Gangsta Ramen at Tanjong Pagar Plaza.
What sets Gangsta Ramen apart from the usual ramen restaurants in Singapore is that they are the first place in Singapore to emulate Ichiran Ramen’s private ramen dining concept! Their prices are also NETT, with no GST or service charge.