With COVID-19, 2020 is basically cancelled and that means we would be missing the annual Mid-autumn physical mooncake fairs. It used to be something Singaporeans looked forward to, where many different brands would come together at physical fairs within shopping malls to put up a stunning display of mooncake options, and we all could sample the various mooncakes.
This year, physical mooncake fairs cannot happen but thank God for Mooncakefair.com —Singapore’s first and largest dedicated online mooncake platform, started by an F&B brand for all the F&B brands.
With more than 35 mooncake brands from renown hotels, established Chinese restaurants and overseas partners, Mooncakefair.com is replacing physical mooncake fairs and providing Singaporeans with the widest variety of mooncake options and deals.
Mooncakefair.com will be having early bird specials from now until 10 September 2020. Enjoy 15% off or 17% off (above S$800), over 35 mooncake brands.
Here’s what you can look forward to on this one-stop digital platform.
Is it just us or does the break between lunch and dinner always feel incredibly long? By 4pm, most of us would be itching for some munchies. Whether it’s a Kit Kat bar or a bag of Ruffles, snacks are a real lifesaver during the afternoon slump.
Most of us gravitate to the same few snacks in the supermarket. But in the vast ocean of tidbits laid out on in the aisles lie hidden gems that you may not have tried before. Well, that’s why we’re here.
We’ve rounded up 10 supermarket snacks in Singapore you’ve been missing out on. Ranging from wafer sticks to mochi, there’s something for everybody!
Joy Luck Teahouse is bringing in the signatures from the 3 top iconic Hong Kong brands—Hoover Cake Shop, Kam Kee Cafe & Tak Hing Fish Ball Company.
The newly-launched Hong Kong-style Café at Ion Orchard is conceptualised by former TVB producer Mr Robert Chua who is behind Kam’s Roast Singapore and Tim Ho Wan.
Look forward to Hoover Cake Shop’s egg tarts (choose from puff pastry and a butter cookie type, Kam Kee Cafe’s pineapple buns and Hong Kong-style milk tea, and Tak Hing Fishball Company’s Hong Kong Fish Balls.
Before the arrival of Western sweets, Singapore had nonya kueh. Captivatingly colourful, scrumptiously sweet (and sometimes, savoury), whimsically wobbly, strikingly shaped, and all-around alluring, nonya kuehs have managed to defy the attrition of time, and has firmly ingrained itself into the nation’s collective palate.
Nonya kueh (or Malay kuih) is a type of dessert created in the South-East Asian region, serving as bite-sized snacks for the peckish to intersperse throughout the day. More than a tea-time snack of the elderly or an occasional treat your adoring grandparents indulged you with, nonya kueh forms an integral part of the Peranakan culinary heritage.
While many traditional desserts are struggling to stay relevant to present-day dessert preferences, nonya kuehs have not only seamlessly transitioned into modernity, the recent resurgence of interest in Peranakan fare has skyrocketed them to the forefront of our consciousness as well.
Whether you’re kueh-ving for a classic treat or something with a more contemporary spin (or even both!), we have put together a guide for you to track down all your favourite kuehs and more!
We don’t know what it is about raw cookie dough, but we always find ourselves taking a sneaky lick or two of it whenever we bake some cookies.
While cookie dough is terribly addictive, it is a known fact that it is is unsafe for consumption as it contains raw eggs and flour which can potentially cause food poisoning. This isn’t the most optimal outcome for us cookie dough lovers.
To satisfy any cravings for this sinful addiction, we have here an easy 6-step edible cookie dough recipe that won’t leave you writhing in pain. Try it at home during the next time you need to stress eat!
Shake Shack Singapore is opening their 4th outlet at Suntec City. Following the opening of its outlets at Neil Road in Feb 2020 and Liat Towers in August 2020, the popular American burger chain will be adding another location in Singapore.
If there is one type of food that will withstand the test of time, out of the myriad of munchies available in Singapore, it has to be dishes from Japanese cuisine. To be more specific, sushi is one thing that will never go out of style – from the cheap-and-good S$1.50 per plate sushi to the one-of-a-kind omakase experiences, sushi will always have a place in our hearts.
Singapore actually offers quite the variety of these little morsels as they have true-blue Japanese brands such as Genki and Sushiro. Check out these 24 sushi illustrations!
Tsuta Ramen Singapore is having a 1-for-1 ramen promotion for delivery and takeaway orders from now until 31 August 2020.
Tsuta Ramen Singapore opened its first outlet in end 2016 and they have since expanded to three outlets in Singapore. If you haven’t had the chance to try this Michelin-starred ramen, don’t miss out on this 1-for-1 ramen promotion.