Bored or hungry while you’re cooped up at home during this period? Many of you must be killing your boredom with K-dramas and we all know the pain of watching the occasional scene of the actors slurping up some spicy ramen. Even if you’re not hungry, watching them whip up and indulge in a plethora of banchan with hot steaming rice would make your stomach growl.
Why not order some Korean fare for yourself and enjoy it while binge watching the latest series? Here are 10 Korean food deliveries in Singapore you can order to your doorstep that’ll make you go “massiseoyo”!
Stuck at home during this Circuit Breaker period and you’re hankering for some chicken rice or fishball noodles? The good news is that some hawker and zi char stalls out there will be doing islandwide delivery so that you can get your favourite local eats without having to leave the house. At the same time, you can also support these local businesses during this trying period.
Here is a list of 24 hawker stalls and zi char stalls that offer islandwide delivery in Singapore. We will be adding more to the list, do share with us if you know any hawkers and local eateries that offer islandwide delivery.
Stay home and stay safe everyone!
Here is a full list of online grocery shopping in Singapore which includes fresh produce, gourmet groceries, halal groceries as well as specialised groceries. These online grocery websites provide fresh food, produce and groceries so that you can avoid long supermarket queues during this difficult period.
Singapore has more than enough food supplies, please buy whatever you need and do not hoard. Remember our Prime Minister Lee Hsian Loong’s words: “If there is any country that can see this through, it is Singapore.”
In this day and age, when we think of desserts, visuals of over-the-top milkshakes and soufflé pancakes spring to mind. Yet, we often forget that long before our Insta-worthy confections became the next “it” thing in Singapore, old-school desserts were what we sought comfort in.
It is only right we pay tribute to our classic novelty local desserts: think Ice Kachang, Chendol and Cheng Tng! Not only do they evoke a sense of nostalgia in us, they are still the best treats to counter Singapore’s unrelenting heat.
Here is an ode to 15 Nostalgic Desserts in Singapore — and where to find them — that will leave you with a sweet taste of tradition and take you down memory lane.
Amble within the concrete jungle of Singapore and you’ll likely be met with the defined lines and reflective glass characteristic of modern urbanity. However, if you peer a little closer between the neatly-lined blocks and along hidden streets, you can still find traditional Chinese teahouses hidden in plain sight.
Typically relics of the past seemingly frozen in time, these teahouses provide a temporary respite for all those enchanted by the comforting fragrance of their soothing brews. Broach past the wooden doors and you will be transported into a space resistant to the erosion of time and modernity.
There will likely be an array of speciality teas from black to white awaiting your perusal, with each unique blend offering a distinct flavour meant to whisk you back to the misty mountains of China’s historical past. Besides a cup of your preferred tea, these teahouses provide a safe, self-contained opportunity for introspection amidst the hushed melodies of Chinese instruments.
More than just a drink for our parents and grandparents, with its milder taste profile that belies easy drinking and purported health benefits from being anti-inflammatory to having cleansing efforts, the next time you seek a cuppa, why not swap it for a cup of pleasant, warm Chinese tea instead? To begin you on your journey, here is a list of 9 Chinese teahouses in Singapore that offer quiet escapes from the bustle of our daily lives.
Staying home doesn’t have to be boring. We get it—you’re bummed about the dire situation we’re in now because of COVID-19 and you need a little pick-me-up. Fear not, Korean food always makes everything better.
We’ve picked out our 6 halal Korean restaurants and eateries in Singapore that offer food delivery. Now everyone can enjoy delicious halal Korean cuisine at home! And don’t worry, these halal Korean restaurants are scattered islandwide.
We hope this list of halal Korean food places will help battle your stay-home blues. Enjoy the Korean dishes while watching K-dramas on Netflix, listening to K-pop music, or watching Mukbang videos on YouTube.
Bugis is a popular hotspot for numerous attractions; from brightly coloured murals to hip cafes for scrumptious brunch, significant cultural sights and 2 huge malls to shop till you drop.
After taking in all the sights under Singapore’s burning sun, spending some time in an air-conditioned environment while savouring a dessert is very much well-deserved.
Whether you need a quick break or just need a pick-me-up, here are 13 Desserts Around Bugis To #TreatYourself.
It’s all over Facebook, Instagram and every other social media platform you see – it’s Dalgona Coffee. Dalgona is actually a traditional Korean candy that is made with sugar and baking soda to form a caramel consistency, where after that it is hardened and shapes are pressed into it. When you whip the coffee up, it also resembles the texture of molten dalgona candy, hence the name!
We’ve narrowed down these three simple steps such that you can also enjoy this viral drink everyone seems to be having. It’s definitely a lot easier than you think!