Singapore has gone through plenty of changes over the years and we have evolved from a humble little fishing village to a bustling economic hub. As we continue to progress and grow, it is inevitable that we leave behind certain parts of our culture and roots.
One area that has certainly gone through plenty of changes is our food scene. Over the years, with new food fads popping up all over the place, old school snacks and eats have been pushed aside and forgotten, especially by the new generation of youths. We bet that if you approach any teenager now and ask them if they want to follow you to get some bo bo cha cha, they would respond with a blank stare and a confused “huh?”.
For those of you who are sick of the salted egg and mala trends and believe that old is gold, here is our guide to 10 old-school places in Singapore that sell nostalgic foods from your childhood. For the people who don’t know anything about traditional Singapore food, educate yourselves by reading this list.
Melbourne is coastal capital of the state of Victoria, and it boasts a plethora of attractive sights and iconic landmarks. It is also one of the most liveable cities!
Head over to the Arts Precinct before relaxing by the vibrantly coloured flowers in the garden or have a romantic stroll and dinner by the Yarra River.
As Australia’s second most-populous urban metropolitan, the city of Melbourne is a dynamic and exciting city to explore that is filled with distinctive quirks for every visitor to explore. Here are 10 Things To Do And Places To Explore In Melbourne.
An institution in Singapore, Prima Tower Revolving Restaurant near Harbourfront closes down after 43 years due to the Covid-19 situation.
Are you someone who jumps out of the bed with vigorous gusto the second you hear your alarm buzz? Do you like getting a head start on your day before the masses descend upon the streets? Unfortunately for early risers, the gears of the city usually start grinding only later in the day.
So, if you happen to fancy a hot breakfast without wanting to prepare it yourself, you may think you’re out of luck. Thankfully, there are some cafés that open when the proverbial rooster crows: here is a guide to 28 cafés in Singapore that open early for breakfast before 10am.
To even out the battle between cafés in the West against the East of Singapore, match our guide on Cafés In The West Of Singapore Only Westsiders Know About against this to decide which side ultimately wins the debate in your opinion.
This list covers an extensive range of cafés, brew bars, ice cream parlours, and dessert studios. It is nothing short of exciting! Read on for artisanal cafés with deliciously bespoke blends, delectable brunches, and casual hangout spots where Easties can drop by for their daily coffee run.
In this guide, we share with you our updated list of 49 cafés in the East of Singapore to explore.
Fans of the popular Teh Sarbat Tarik Bhai Sarbat will be happy to know that it has opened a new restaurant at 73 Bussorah Street.
The new restaurant is simply named Bhai Sarbat Restaurant while the original Bhai Sarbat Stall remains open at 21 Bussorah Street.
Good news for those of you who are staying in the north of Singapore. Affordable soufflé pancakes cafe Fluff Stack has opened its second outlet at Northpoint City!
One thing that definitely sets Fluff Stack apart from other soufflé pancake cafés in Singapore has got to be the price point. While soufflé pancakes tend to be priced at a premium, we love that the ones here start from S$8.80 which is pretty affordable!
Restaurants and cafes come and go, but our love for KFC will always stay.
We don’t know about you but a KFC meal always makes our day. Give us fried chicken, any time! And when you’re bored of fried chicken—though we don’t know how that is possible—you can trust KFC to continue getting you excited with seasonal creations.
This month, we welcome the Twister Trio—a medley of yummy wraps in three different flavours. They say three is a crowd, but we would gladly #WakeUpToKFC Twister Trio.