Located at International Plaza, DOCO—short for ‘Donburi Coconut’—is the new kid on the CBD circuit where you can now look to for hearty protein-packed rice bowls and refreshing coconut soft serve.
This speciality food kiosk was set up as part of a joint venture between brands, Soi Coco and Fish Sh-nack, of which are known for their coconut and fried fish skin products respectively. Being relatively new, their only offerings thus far comprise two speciality donburi rice bowls next to the vegan-friendly and dairy-free Coconut Shake and Coconut Soft Serve.
For all of you health nuts who are ‘in love with the coco’, this is perhaps one of the most promising health-centric eateries along the bustling Tanjong Pagar area. From now till the end of the year, lunch sets—which consists of one rice bowl and one coconut dessert—are going at S$11.90 instead of the usual S$13.90.
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LeTAO—a dessert chain from Hokkaido known for its two-layered fromage cheesecake—is opening in Singapore.
It will be setting up a takeaway kiosk at ION Orchard’s Basement 1 on 08 December 2016. Aren’t you already excited? These Japanese cheesecakes are taking over the world and we cannot be happier!
Sometimes all we need is a cup of ice cold drink to cool us down, especially with Singapore’s humidity. Ciao! Tea is a newly opened shop at Westgate that specialises in fresh fruit juice, tea drinks with fresh fruits and Hong Kong Milk Tea.
And best of all, Ciao! Tea’s Pantone-coloured juices are made with real fruits – they are completely natural and not made with artificial ingredients.
BAKE Cheese Tart is opening its second outlet in Singapore at Westgate on 17 October 2016!
Singapore is still going gaga over these famous Hokkaido baked cheese tarts. Its first outlet in Singapore is a kiosk at the basement food hall of Ion Orchard, and it has seen long queues since its first day.
This is definitely fantastic news for Westies – we are adding this to our list of things to do in the West of Singapore! You no longer need to travel to town for BAKE!
If you were a #90skid, Mini Melts is probably a name you are familiar with. Known for their adorable, molecular ice cream, the brand has just recently returned to Singapore after being gone for years.
The kaleidoscopic ice cream isn’t just cute, it’s also super Instagram-worthy. Some of the flavours currently available include Double Chocolate, Rainbow Ice, Cookies & Cream, Cotton Candy, Cheesecake and Strawberry Milk, all of which come in rainbow, pastel hues.
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BAKE Cheese Tart - the famous Hokkaido cheese tarts that we are so obsessed with – is coming to Singapore!
BAKE has just confirmed its opening date of its first outlet at the basement food hall of Ion Orchard on 29 April 2016. Each cheese tart will sell for S$3.50, and customers can buy six at S$19.50.
Squeezed! started off as a kiosk serving cold pressed juices at both Leisure Park Kallang and Suntec City. Their spanking new outlet at Waterway Point in Punggol kickstarted the launch of the signature stuffed brioche buns that range from sweet to savoury creations.
Besides the 6 signature buns flashed on the overhead menu, you can also grab a ‘Naked’ (S$4.30) and original Squeezed! bun filled with froyo only.
This unique concept has been making waves on social media lately and we just had to have a go.
Update: I See I See has officially closed in November 2016.
I See I See Handcrafted Icy Desserts, a popular ice popsicle shop in Hong Kong, is opening in Singapore at 313@Somerset in March 2016.
Launched in Hong Kong in May 2015, I See I See has been gaining popularity for its handcrafted ice pops since its opening. The small shop sits in Causeway Bay along Leighton Road – the same stretch as popular matcha dessert cafe Via Tokyo.
Will it be as popular in Singapore as it is in Hong Kong? We can’t wait to find out.