Established in 2012 by celebrity baker, Dean Brettschneider, Baker & Cook is a popular artisanal bakery cafe with 12 outlets in Singapore.
We’ve dined at several of their outlets before, but we frequent the Dempsey Hill outlet because of its ambiance and great food. More than these, they are also pet-friendly and kids-friendly!
Helmed by chef Chan Wing Kin—former executive chef of Crystal Jade Culinary Concept Holdings for eighteen years—Chef Kin HK Wanton Noodle is opening its 4th Outlet at Block 431 Clementi Ave 3 on 7 Jan 2022.
Artisanal French Bakery Maison Kayser has opened its 6th Outlet at Stars of Kovan in the Kovan neighbourhood.
Popular Korean tofu stew restaurant, SBCD Korean Tofu House has opened its first hawker stall in Ang Mo Kio Ave 8 on 13 Dec 2021.
At Buk Chang Dong Soon Tofu, you can now enjoy SBCD Korean Tofu House’s famous traditional Korean soft tofu soups at wallet-friendly prices!
We were pretty bored of the ramen choices in Singapore for a while, until Shinsho Ramen opened in mid-2020 and disrupted the scene. Very soon after, they became our favourite ramen shop in Singapore and we are hopelessly hooked to those marvellous bowls of ramen.
Founded by Chef Raymond Tan—the Chef Owner of renown omakase restaurant, Hiryu—Shinsho Ramen is an affordable ramen joint with a carefully-thought menu of interesting appetizers and side dishes, and a very stellar ramen selection that will leave even the connoisseurs mind-boggled.
Ever passionate about serving his customers with nothing but the best, Chef Owner Raymond Tan and Executive Chef Liang Neo spent months working on Shinsho Ramen’s menu, and with their expertise and connections to the best suppliers, you can be assured that you will only be eating premium, superior ingredients. READ ON
Japan VTL isn’t happening soon and we are so deprived of a holiday to the Land of The Rising Sun, but the closest we can get to Japan now would be a damn good Japanese meal. We are pretty blessed to have a whole array of Japanese restaurants in Singapore, and the selection is a comprehensive one.
You can travel to different prefectures of Japan to satisfy the different cravings you have. We’ve rounded up 13 Japanese concepts in Singapore that are offering over 50 seasonal winter items – available for dine-in and takeaway at a special offering.
Think Hokkaido Hotate from S$14.90, A5 Miyazaki Wagyu from S$13.90, Zuwaigani (premium snow crab) from S$7.80, Hokkaido Hairy Crab from S$88, Hiroshima Kaki (oysters) from S$9.90. Salivating already? Read on for the whole list.
Known for its charcoal waffles with salted egg yolk sauce, FATCAT Ice Cream Bar is a popular ice cream shop in Bedok and it has just opened a new outlet, FATCAT Ice Cream & Coffee Boutique, at 15 Simon Road which is just a short walk from Kovan MRT Station.
Following the opening of Naked Ice Cream and The Humble Scoop, FATCAT Ice Cream & Coffee Boutique is the third ice cream shop to open in the Kovan neighbourhood this year.
Cafe Rui has the best Nutella tarts in Singapore, hands down. There is no fight, and there are no better contenders.
Trust us when it comes to Nutella tarts because we are so particular about our Nutella desserts and we’ve tried so many Nutella tarts over the years that we know what a good one should be. And Cafe Rui has nailed it, making them our go-to home baker whenever our cravings for Nutella tarts kicks in.
Cafe Rui is a small home-based business founded by Jess Puan, a very passionate baker who’s also a mom to two beautiful girls. She started out baking for her daughters, and with that simple hobby, Cafe Rui was born with the humble intention of sharing her bakes.
Today, Jess sees a long waitlist for her famous Nutella tarts and she doesn’t rest on her laurels. She is constantly pushing herself and launching new creations that never fail to impress us.