Japanese eateries are common in Singapore; there are a plethora of them scattered all over our sunny island and their prices can range from wallet-friendly to ‘I may have to eat soya sauce and rice for the next 2 weeks’.
Joining the ranks of the wallet-friendly list is Sora Boru, a brand-new Japanese dining concept in Somerset that dishes out a wide range of Japanese casual one-dish meals at incredibly affordable prices. Sora Boru is conveniently located in the heart of town at [email protected] and it is little wonder how it is already so well-received among executives who work in the area as well as students and shoppers.
Playfully named after the way the Japanese pronounce ‘bowl’, Sora Boru’s menu includes customisable chirashi-don, curry rice bowls, soba and their signature Volcano Beef Don and Snow Beef Don. All the mains here come in regular and mini sizes—great for different people with varying appetites.
And from 17 to 30 April 2019, quote “ladyironchef” or flash this advertorial when you order any Regular main and get any Mini of your choice at Sora Boru!
We’ve waited long and we’ve waited hard for this very day and it is finally here.
The Famous American burger chain Shake Shack has FINALLY set foot on our sunny little island with their new outlet at Jewel Changi Airport. Done are our days of enviously scrolling through our social media platforms and seeing pictures of our friends enjoying one of Shake Shack’s juicy, lip-smackingly good burgers — now we can have them too!
Shake Shack Singapore’s menu is similar to the one in the US and South Korea with goodies such as ‘Shroom Burger, Shack-cago Dogs and of course, their signature ShackBurger. Aside from that, they also have some Singapore exclusive items such as pandan shakes and a mango dessert.
With this week’s preview of Jewel Changi Airport, the hottest topic in local news and in conversations overheard in the commute to and fro from work has now reached fever pitch. Jewel is slated to officially open in just six more days on Wednesday, 17 April 2019.
Within Jewel’s distinctive dome-shaped facade of glass and steel is a 10-storey mega complex that houses 280 retails and food and beverage outlets. The beautifully designed structure, which combines a marketplace with an urban park, encapsulates Singapore as a garden city. It is directly connected to the Arrival Hall of Terminal 1 in Changi Airport and linked to Terminals 2 and 3 via air-conditioned link bridges.
Before you begin your countdown, let us add to your excitement with sneak peeks of what is to come. We included everything from attractions to explore, dining options for comfort eating, and all the retail therapy from shiny new shops that you can get.
Starbucks Reserve always gets our attention.
It is needless to say that at every airport, there has to be a coffee shop. With the opening of Jewel Changi Airport, Starbucks Singapore has also unveiled the newest Reserve flagship store there and here’s what to expect. READ ON
Casual dining restaurant Kenny Rogers Roasters is closing its last outlet at Great World City this Sunday, April 14. We will miss them for their rotisserie roasted chicken and variety of hot and cold side dishes.
The management, Pacific Utama Pte Ltd, put up a notice at the entrance to their last outlet that the end of this week will be their last day serving customers. The announcement also thanked everyone for their “patronage all these years”.
The American restaurant opened here in 1994 and has quietly closed several outlets over the last couple of years.
You’d probably associate Sunshine Plaza as the spot for all your printing needs. But that building is more than that.
The next time you’re looking for savoury light bites or a short sit down to recharge your tired mind in between running errands, head over to Victor’s Kitchen at Sunshine Plaza. This household name is an unpretentious eatery with a bare minimum set up but plastered on their glass walls are raving newspaper reviews stamps that tout them as best.
For simple, fuss-free dim sum, here’s what we love about Victor’s Kitchen.
Monday blues are one of the worst recurring feelings after you’ve been inflicted with adulthood and no matter how good your TGIF game is, the weekends can never feel long enough.
2020 is a year packed with long weekends if you know how to strategise. Plan your short trips and getaways for that wanderlust life, meet up with friends overseas, and take your family out for sightseeing. Get your red markers and calendars out to circle some of these dates!
There are 7 long weekends in 2020 and it’s time to start planning for your holiday next year!
In Bangkok, our easy way around that is to dive into their endless choices of street food. Watching it being cooked before you and sampling it is almost like taking in history and culture in the most tantalising way possible.
Capture the action on your cam and keep photo mementoes of what’s delicious and pretty with the help of our curated list of what’s good for Instagram.
Here are 15 street food in Bangkok that you have to try.