The folks behind The Naked Finn have introduced BurgerLabo which takes over the space of the now-defunt Nekkid, rebranding the small bar-and-bites eatery into a spot for gourmet burgers in Gillman Barracks.
Their new diner is conceptualised around their winning Basic Burger that is anything but basic, given that it was perfected after numerous experimentations since it was first launched in late 2015.
Sipping a fragrant cuppa on a slow afternoon and nibbling on small bites over light banter is how we picture a perfect afternoon tea to be like. Yet pampering yourself like that usually involves a splurge and we hear your woes.
Afternoon tea sets do usually come with a price tag that feels too heavy for a midday perk-me-up. For that, we have affordable alternatives so you can still be kind to yourself without hurting your wallet.
Here is a list of 10 affordable afternoon tea places in Singapore for under S$25 per person that you can take yourself and your friends to.
With the surge in popularity of home delivery services so you can stuff your face with everything from fast food to sushi and seafood platters, do you also know that you can get durian delivered to your place? Having ripe durians delivered to your doorstep so you can avoid dealing with the spikes and smell sticking to your car is a much appreciated convenience for us.
Feasting on the King of Fruits is a gift to our tropical country. While you can head down for durian buffets or markets to choose your own, door-to-door delivery services wherever you are means we can enjoy our creamy or bitter joys in the comfort of our own homes—without actually having to step out.
With that, here are 8 durian delivery services in Singapore that all you durian lovers can count on and need to know when the craving hits.
Life races ahead so fast that we sometimes don’t even realise what’s happening and how much we need to bring ourselves to a pause just to take in how we feel. That desperation for a brief reprieve is how we find ourselves booking our next flight out, or if we can’t, we do with a holiday within our sunny island.
Today, we have a new destination in the South of Singapore to share. Well, we’d like to think of Native Kitchen as a destination. It is located within Village Hotel at Sentosa and it is a restaurant that celebrates the best of islander cuisine.
Aside from serving up an International breakfast, Native Kitchen specialises in Polynesian and Islander cuisines which offer a myriad of dishes using the freshest ingredients and culinary techniques that bring out their natural flavours. With that, prepare your taste buds for a gastronomical feast that will leave not just the belly, but the heart full as well.
The family-friendly restaurant boasts serious resort vibes and with so many attractions in the proximity, it is no wonder Native Kitchen is fast becoming one of the hottest spots in Singapore for families, big groups or even if you just want a casual weekend date. Here are 8 reasons why we love Native Kitchen at Village Hotel at Sentosa.
habitat by honestbee has been opened in Singapore for half a year now as Singapore’s first tech-enabled, multi-sensory grocery and dining experience. Never imagined that grocery shopping would be a fun experience in itself? Us too! That’s when you have to pay habitat by honestbee a visit. All you need to begin your experience is to download the honestbee app.
With 20,000 unique grocery items, including imports from all over the globe that you can purchase on their app and over 15 food and beverage vendors, you could spend a whole day here with your loved ones. Their smorgasbord of extensive dining concepts easily revs up your appetite and adds to our list of having one of the best fish and chips as well as best pancakes in Singapore.
habitat by honestbee is anything but basic and it all starts upon entering their huge converted warehouse. Whether it is for shopping or not, we have 13 reasons why you can enjoy hours at habitat by honestbee from it as a unique experience for a weekend activity to being a place to chill out in Singapore.
You’ve got your luggage packed for your staycation and you’re ready for that well-deserved break. Trouble is, you’ve got to drop your fur-kid off with a dog sitter or at a pet hotel while you’re away.
Sometimes, that means more than just a hassle to the start of your holiday. There’s separation anxiety and that nagging worry about whether the doggo’s getting as good a treatment as you would give.
To help, here’s our list of dog-friendly hotels so your little BFF can join you for breakfast-in-bed and get a getaway too. Go ahead. It’s time to pamper yourself with your furry friend by your side.
Don & Tori is a modern Japanese restaurant that sets the bar pretty high for dons, makis, and yakimono (grilled or pan-fried) items as long as you’re not a purist. It’s a serene enclave in the Central Business District that joins the heavyweights on Tras Street.
A quiet lunch crowd trickled in when they opened soon after noon into the comfortable fusion vibes of old meets new, East meets West.
Their live sushi bar will entertain you as you watch your orders being assembled and made. There’s almost something for everyone, vegetarians and non. It’s hard to say which dishes make up the highlights of this place because every one we tried were show stoppers in terms of both presentation and taste.
Tiong Bahru is a foodie’s heaven for good reason—whether it is traditional Nyonya kueh you’re looking for, lor mee with shark meat nuggets or gorgeous cafés that you want to hop to, the area will not disappoint.
Joining the slew of eateries and cafés in Tiong Bahru is newly-opened 4+U Bar & Kitchen, a minimalistic café nestled just a 5-minute walk away from the train station.
On top of typical brunch fare, 4+U Bar & Kitchen also offers value-for-money set lunches at just S$8.50 nett. Now, who says that dining in cafes will be an expensive affair?