Singaporeans are no stranger to cafes – new cafes pop up almost every week and each cafe has its own unique charm. There are so many cafes now it’s hard to keep track of them and what’s more of a dilemma is which cafe to patronise first!
If you’re vying for a new social media upload or you’re just someone who can appreciate beautiful interiors and decor, here’s a list of 23 minimalist & Instagram-worth cafes in Singapore that could make it to your main. Cafes are not always just about the food, huh? Check out our list below!
The culture of cafe-hopping may have died down a little in Singapore, but when your friend asks you out for a weekend brunch date, you just can’t say no.
Serangoon residents, we could not be more envious of you guys. Playing host to a trove of cafes, Serangoon and Kovan could easily join the ranks of Tiong Bahru as Singapore’s most happening cafe districts.
These estates are thriving with lush cafes and hip joints, ready to overwhelm us with abundant brunch selections and decadent desserts. We’ve rounded up 29 cafes in Serangoon and Kovan you should definitely check out. Burger bars and hidden patisseries are just a fraction of what’s in store for you!
Do you pride yourself on having a high tolerance for spicy food or do you just enjoy spicy food in general?
If you love spicy food and want to get your hands on some spicy snacks to spice up your life, we recommend these spicy snacks from popular snack brands in Singaporet. From the popular Hai Chi Jia’s Hua Jia Fen to Tsurai’s Sichuan Mala Fish Skin, put your tastebuds and stomach to the test with these 10 spicy snacks in Singapore.
Let’s yum cha! Dim sum has traditionally been a popular choice for communal meals in Singapore. Whether you are dining with family or friends, sharing steaming baskets of bite-sized goodies is a fantastic way to encourage bonding.
Unfortunately, this activity becomes less accessible when accommodating for vegetarian family members and friends. Even for popular Chinese restaurant chains, their vegetarian dim sum selection tends to be uninspired, and is sparse at best.
To maintain the spirit of dining together, here is a list of restaurants that offer a more robust menu of vegetarian dim sum items, and are led by chefs with sufficient imagination and skill to recreate non-vegetarian dishes into original vegetarian alternatives.
By serving up palatable vegetarian dishes, these places prove that meatless doesn’t mean tasteless!
While most fruits are available all year round, they have their varying seasons. This means that different fruits taste better during certain parts of the year even if they are harvested from the same area.
Fans of peaches will be glad to know that the peach season is just around the corner. The period between July and August is when these plump, juicy fruits are at their peak and it’s the best time for you to stock up on them.
Here is a list of 12 places where you can get the sweetest peaches in Singapore during peach season.
If you’re heading to Seoul, oftentimes, you’ll find that everyone can more or less speak some form of basic English, save for some traditional ahjummas and ahjussis. However, if you venture out to other parts of Seoul, we may not all be so lucky with finding English speakers, especially with older folks.
Not to fear, though, because we’ve come up with a list of important Korean phrases or words to remember the next time you want to go to Seoul or anywhere else that is less touristy in South Korea. Who knows, it might come in handy when you’re in a pinch!
Luke’s Lobster is finally opening in Singapore at Shaw House next month. Luke’s Lobster Singapore is brought in by lifestyle company Caerus Holding, the regional partner of Lady M ad they are the ones who brought New York’s famous cake boutique, Lady M to Singapore.
They have outlets spread across the United States and Japan with even a food truck in Okinawa. Now, they are bringing the best of the Maine Coast over to Singapore with their fresh Maine lobster, crab and shrimp rolls so don’t miss out.
Luke’s Lobster Singapore will be opening at Shaw House on the week of 21 Sep 2020.
Another day, another closure. Popular Japanese lifestyle store Tokyu Hands is closing its outlet at Westgate.
On July 1 2020, Tokyu Hands put up a notice on their Facebook saying that they will be permanently closing their Westgate outlet at Jurong East. Their last day of operations will be on 2 August 2020.