Good news for all cha chaan teng lovers—the renowned Tsui Wah will be opening their second outlet at Robinsons The Heeren soon!
After their first outlet at Clarke Quay, you can now enjoy Tsui Wah’s popular dishes—including the Swiss Sauce Chicken Wings, King Prawns in XO Sauce with Tossed Noodles and Hong Kong-style milk tea—in town.
Ask us what our favourite burger restaurant in London is and we’d tell you Patty & Bun in a heart beat.
We’ve never been surer about a burger; we’ve almost never felt as strongly for any other burgers. Patty & Bun in London is where the real deal is.
Conveniently located in multiple spots in London such as White City, Liverpool and Marble Arch, Patty & Bun’s burgers will leave you salivating for more.
Ramen lovers, rejoice! Afuri Ramen is coming to our little red dot on June 28. Setting up their eatery at basement one of the newly reconstructed Funan Mall, they will be named as Afuri Ramen + Dumpling here.
Now that Afuri Ramen is opening in Singapore, we no longer have to take a 7-hour flight only to wait along the snaking line at their outlets in Japan, all just to get a taste of the satisfying bowl of yuzu ramen.
Pre-drinks before hitting the clubs in Singapore are part of a ritual and though you can bring your own alcohol to get yourself high, ambience matters. For the best night out to alleviate the misery of work or school or even to just have a spanking good time, you need a legit place to party.
With a barrage of watering holes, we whittled down 10 popular drinking places to wet your whistle and start the nightlife in Singapore. Some of these places even open doors in the afternoon to sate your thirst but as they say, though it might be 2pm here it is 12am somewhere else in the world.
Besides happy hour and cheap beer towers, some of our roundup of reigning pre-clubbing drinking places have challenges for dares, games, and those with a competitive streak. With others in this list, watch out for inventive drinks such as Milo Godzilla and alcoholic Milk Tea too.
What are you waiting for? Go hard or go home.
We found a lobster shack that can rival Burger and Lobster in London, and it is Big Easy.
Conveniently located in Covent Garden, this hippie restaurant is truly a hidden gem. Despite its proximity to the heart of Covent Garden where The Apple Market is, Big Easy is actually pretty unassuming from its exterior.
And that’s why we’re here with this PSA which you should appreciate: Big Easy is truly the other Burger & Lobster you wish you knew about earlier.
Home to a vibrant food, arts and fashion scene, the Italian city of Rome has plenty to offer. The Eternal City is undisputedly one of the most charming parts of Italy, and one that the world loves.
From comforting pasta dishes and authentic gelato on every other street to incredible historical sites and Baroque-inspired churches which fill the Eternal City, it would certainly be difficult for you to sit idly and be bored out of your wits.
Here are 12 Things To Do When In Rome for an unforgettable and meaningful trip. Your next holiday is waiting for you.
London is home to several restaurants that specialize in roast duck and whenever roast ducks are mentioned, the names that come to mind are the usual Four Season and Gold Mine.
But what you really need to try is New Fortune Cookie at Bayswater. This nondescript restaurant sits just right beside one of the exits of Lancaster Gate station, and it is super accessible via public transport.
New Fortune Cookie has been a perennial favourite and one restaurant that we must dine at whenever we are in London. Why? Because it is the best.
In our quest for healthier eats, Acai bowls are a favourite go-to snack post-workouts and post-meals. Sure we all know that acai berries are the superfood of all time, but you can’t help but wonder just what is it that makes the acai berry so special. No need to be intimidated by this small fruit, here we list 10 health benefits of acai berries that will make you want acai in everything.
Just what are Acai berries? They’re a small tiny fruit resembling that of grapes, harvested from South America’s Acai Palm Trees. The taste of the berry can be described as an interesting blend of chocolate and blackberries—a little bit acidic, most parts refreshing and every part delicious.