Soft serves are here to stay! Yes, soft-serves has been the ‘it’ food for a while now, and we are keeping it in our lives. Few things in life comfort us like the sheer simplicity of a good soft serve cone.
The flavours and combinations can get wild and interesting; think Kyoho grape and oolong tea. And then there are the classic ones that we can never get sick of. With all the soft serve shops in town and more that are coming up, our excitement won’t die any time soon.
Here are 9 Best Soft Serve Ice Creams in Singapore that you have to try. A cone a day won’t hurt anybody.
Oh how we love the comeback of churros. Churro101 has arrived in Singapore just a couple of weeks back and its reception has been very successful. After an old wave of churros slowly disappeared in Singapore, some smart entrepreneurs decided to rekindle it, and this time, in a Korean style – because anything Korean seems to work, no?
Located just across the Serangoon Stadium, it is pretty easy to miss The Plain Jane – a quaint little cafe which just opened recently; it is unassuming, but definitely worth looking out for. The interior is filled with vintage items and collectibles, and how we love those hanging lightbulbs.
Jane, the lady boss (hence, the name of this cafe) shared about her daily fresh bakes with much enthusiasm. Do not expect rainbows cakes and bright bakes here, because Jane likes to keep everything simple. Well, The Plain Jane, right?
alice + olivia is my muse. I am a huge fan of New York-based designer Stacey Bendet, for she is one inspiring woman who leads a fulfilling life with her family, yoga, and colourful fashion. It is one of those brands that would have me willingly splurge on, because what is to not love about her iconic monochromatic stripes and Stace Face, right?
And today, a piece of news got me really excited – alice + olivia is collaborating with local Japanese-inspired cafe Karafuru desserts! Damn those whimsical tea sets; I am so going gaga already!
From 09 Dec 2015 to 31 Jan 2016, Karafuru desserts will have its interiors decked in alice + olivia colours and styles, and you bet that is going to be nothing but fascinating.
If you are exploring the Bras Basah and Bugis districts, you might want to join in the artsy-fartsy crowd and head over to the first container cafe in Singapore – yes, you heard us right! Situated at DECK, Snowy Village offers a noteworthy selection of Bingsu in an unusual container setting. A good dessert never hurts, right?
Have you been eyeing on that delicious slice of cake at one of Singapore’s most prestigious 5 Star Hotels? Exquisite and exotic choices such as Japanese Yuzu, to more traditional options that include chocolate, fruit cakes and more – we want them all.
These cakes can be a tad bit pricey on regular days and you might feel reluctant to fork out the slightly hefty price tag. Well, now you are in for a treat. Many hotels have their freshly baked cakes and pastries at special half-price rates after a certain time every day.
This list of 7 Hotels With 50% off Cakes & Pastries Every Night For Takeaway is sure to tempt you to try more decadent and sinful sweet treats without feeling bad about splurging.
So good, you would want to lick them off your screen. That is why we say these are the Prettiest Desserts in Singapore That You Must Try At Least Once In Your Life.
Or twice. Or thrice. Or just worship them forever.
Desserts are sweet endings to our meals; well, they can be sweet beginnings too. Desserts are divine, and they lift our spirits up like no other. We are always enthralled by the idea of a pretty dessert – one that we cannot wait to dig in to, yet have to capture a thousand and one photos of it in different angles before we eat them, so that we can remember the moments forever.
Do you feel the same way too? Then you have to read this list for the Prettiest Desserts in Singapore That You Must Try At Least Once In Your Life.
As the old saying goes, you are indeed what you eat.
Desserts people, if you find yourself often craving for cheesecakes, frozen yoghurt or whatnot, there might actually be a reason behind that particular dessert preference.
From the classic waffle, French macaron to Korean bingsu, we have shortlisted 10 commonly eaten desserts in Singapore for a quick personality analysis. Read on more and find out what your Favourite Dessert Says About Your Personality!