Sesame & Bagels is the new kid on the block serving up all-day bagels baked fresh daily and other light bites in NEWest, a largely unoccupied shopping mall in a residential area in Clementi.
At Sesame & Bagels, you can opt to build your own bagel – choose from a range of bagels and schmears – or go for one of their bagel sandwiches. Do keep a lookout for their daily special offerings of bagel sandwiches as well.
The best thing is that there is no GST or service charge! READ ON
KFC is seriously the gift that keeps giving. We all love some good ol’ fried chicken and of course, KFC always delivers. Following closely behind their Saucy Wings, KFC’s newest creation is set to be well-loved by Singaporeans: Cereal Chicken.
From 28 June 2019 onwards, KFC’s Cereal Chicken will be tickling your taste buds with a well-known yet distinct flavour so hurry down to the nearest KFC outlet for some cereal-sly good fried chicken.
Be prepared to get your hands dirty, and trust us when we say that this mess is something you’ll want to get into because it’s just too finger lickin’ good!
Asia—the biggest of the seven continents home to 48 countries and countless pieces of paradise—is dubbed to be ‘The Land of Extremess’. This continent embodies the most interesting cultural diversity that makes exploring all the countries ever-so-desirable.
Lucky for travellers seeking respite, to say that Asia offers a multitude of luxurious accommodation would be an understatement. Here you can get everything from high-style beach bungalows to 376 metre-square presidential suites to underwater bedrooms and jungle hideaways.
Here are 24 Gorgeous Hotels and Resorts In Asia That Will Blow Your Mind With Their Beauty.
For the love of all things cheese, it is time to rejoice with the upcoming launch of Beverly Hills Cheesecake in Singapore and they will be featuring desserts from the legendary The Cheesecake Factory!
For the uninitiated, The Cheesecake Factory is one of the most attractive American chain restaurants with a wide menu of savouries ranging from small plates, classic mains, to brunches and “super” foods. Regardless, we definitely are most passionate about their indulgent cheesecakes for desserts.
A good beer can highlight the best part of any dish if you know which kind to choose. The versatility of the drink makes beer pairing a very practical skill. A helpful tip to take away today is that light beers go with lighter dishes and heavier beers go with heavier nosh.
But at the end of the day, what reigns supreme is your palate. If you are feeling chips with stout, go for it. Otherwise, here are a few pairing suggestions for some of the more common beer types you might come across!
Perhaps one of the most versatile sauces to go onto—and sometimes even into—our food is salted egg yolk. A simple yet quintessential component that can turn something that, by itself is pretty average, into something insanely addictive, salted egg yolk is something we all go mad for.
Sweet, creamy, savoury and normally brimming with nuanced aromas of curry leaves and chilli, salted egg yolk dishes remain at the helm of Singapore’s ever-evolving food scene. A popular zi char comfort food and something we often gravitate towards whenever we’re in need of a hearty tummy filler is salted egg yolk chicken rice.
Here, we suss out our favourite spots to get salted egg yolk chicken rice, ensuring that you will always have a place to turn to whenever the craving for this decadent dish kicks in—regardless of the time of day. Here is our list of 5 salted egg yolk chicken rice in Singapore.
When Thai food is mentioned, the typical green curry, pineapple fried rice, phad Thai and even Thai milk tea would immediately spring to mind. One more classic Thai dish would be Thai boat noodles, a dish that has been served since 1942.
Though many Thai eateries and restaurants now serve the dish in hearty, one-bowl meal sizes, the dish’s historical identity partially stems from the fact that they are served in small bowls which can easily be finished in a couple of mouthfuls, and are typically served at low prices.
Of course, we wouldn’t be able to get boat noodles that cost just S$0.30 in Singapore as we would find in Bangkok, but that doesn’t mean that our foodie nation doesn’t have any cheap Thai boat noodle options. Here we have sussed out a list of 6 places in Singapore that serve Thai boat noodles with prices from just S$0.60 per bowl!
Known for their beautiful hand-crafted tea selections and their freshly-baked, Instagram-worthy baked goods is Chinese lifestyle cafe, Nayuki. Pioneering the concept of pairing delightful cheese teas with baked goods, Nayuki has made its rounds across the various social media platforms for reigniting the tea-drinking culture amongst tea fans in Singapore!
Successfully launching their very first overseas outlet at VivoCity with BreadTalk Group, Nayuki has announced the opening of their second and third outlets. Its second opening will be at the revamped Funan on 28 June 2019, and the third opening will be at Takashimaya Shopping Centre on 12 July 2019.
To celebrate their new openings, Nayuki will be launching two new products that you will fall head over heels in love with: Supreme Cheese Mixed Berries drink (S$8.50)—only available in July—and Magic Mango Mystique bread (S$6.80)! That’s not all, though, because Nayuki has prepared some opening special promotions for their respective new outlets!