The Bravery—one of the more popular Muslim-owned cafes in Singapore—is moving from its current location in Lavender to a new space in the Central Business District near Telok Ayer Street and Amoy Street.
Known for serving affordable and authentic Korean dishes, Ajumma’s Korean Restaurant has closed down its original outlet at The Cathay recently and it has officially opened its new location at Bukit Panjang Plaza on 21 Dec 2021.
The Feather Blade has moved out of its former location at Club Street and it will be reopening at 61 Tanjong Pagar Road in mid-Jan 2021.
Spruce at Bukit Timah Old Fire Station is closing on 27 Dec 2020 to make way for new development, as well as National Parks Board (NParks) visitor centre.
Spice Brasserie at PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road has reopened its doors and we are all ready for their Christmas buffet. It has become a tradition for us to dine at Spice Brasserie every Christmas, and we are glad that despite the pandemic, this year is no exception.
Helmed by Executive Chef Robert Chan, a buffet affair at Spice Brasserie is a satisfying one that does not require you to break the bank. With safety measures in place, it will be an a la carte buffet instead. But this is not a shortchange, by any means. If any, everything will be plated and served to you and you can truly dine comfortably in your space.
The cherry on top? You can quote “Ladyironchef” to enjoy 25% off Spice Brasserie’s buffet when you make your reservations. ‘Tis the season to be jolly and to feast!
New Eastern Kim Tee—a traditional Bak Kwa shop in Serangoon Gardens—is now selling Bak Kwa Fries. The popular Bak Kwa shop has created the Bak Kwa Fries using its popular signature recipe.
Unlike their usual Bak Kwa slices which are made considerably thinner than most Bak Kwa that you get in Singapore, they have made the Bak Kwa Fries thicker, chunkier and juicer.
Forget about spam fries, you need to try this new Bak Kwa Fries!
Famous Japanese gyudon chain Sukiya is opening in Singapore at Suntec City.
Sukiya is literally in every corner of Japan. It is the go-to place for a quick and good meal, because gyudon is such a staple to Japanese.
And what makes Sukiya different from the other popular gyudon chains in Japan (mainly Yoshinoya and Matsuya) is that Sukiya serves a variety of gyudon, including a cheesy don.