Tampines folks, you’re in for a treat. From fancy churros to old-school chendol, we’ve hunted down the 10 best dessert spots in your hood for that quintessential post-meal indulgence.
Don’t say we didn’t warn you but for those of you who are trying to watch your diet, proceed with caution.
Tucked away on Bukit Pasoh, the vibrant and lively Casa Poncho is a new Latino restaurant and bar that serves some of the best churros and cocktails in the area. Inspired by Latin American cuisine, the dishes are designed to be shared and feature a whole array of rustic nosh synonymous with Mexican comfort food.
If fresh ceviche, sinful churros and devilish Mezcal-based cocktails are things you fancy, then this new kid on the block is sure to spice up your evening as you watch the sun slowly set and kiss the workday goodbye.
For a little bit of Mexico in the heart of Singapore, drop by Casa Poncho be it for a full-on meal or an end-of-work tipple.
Gula Melaka, or otherwise known as palm sugar, is a popular type of sweetener in Southeast Asia. Made from the sap of flower buds from coconut trees, the liquid is boiled until it thickens and then left to cool for it to solidify.
Since many people love its deep caramel flavour, Gula Melaka is a popular dessert option as it gives off a lovely sweet taste that enhances the dessert. That is also why more cafes in Singapore are now offering Gula Melaka desserts as part of their dessert menu.
From scones to waffles and even churros, here are 8 Gula Melaka Desserts In Singapore You Must Try. READ ON
Glorious golden sticks of deep-fried dough pastry, coated in sparkling sugar and cinnamon. Churros have been a hit in Singapore ever since they were first served in restaurants and cafes a couple of years ago, but for us, our affair with churros date way back.
Churros have slowly crept their way to the top of must-try snacks everywhere. The perfect combination of the fried dough and cinnamon sugar is undeniably amazing; it is one love we will not soon divorce. Churros are sometimes served with a side of sauce or jam – most commonly a chocolate dip. Yes please, chocolate dip!
Please join us in worshipping Churros! To get you started, here is a list of the Best Churros in Singapore That Are Worth Getting Fat For.
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 at the basement of ION Orchard where the food hall is, the newly opened Mr. Churro is seeing crazy queues, even at 3pm on a Monday! One can only imagine what peak hours and weekends would be like.
2015 is coming to an end, and with that, we celebrate a year of amazing food and also fresh new trends that have landed on our sunny island. Of course, trends come and go but the really good ones shall stay on.
In this piece, we explore the trends that have invaded Singapore this year. The rubrics are simple – a) Photogenic and hence, hyped up on social media, b) more than one store riding on the trend, c) so delicious and/ or innovative that it is no surprise they are labeled as a ‘trend’.
Here are 13 Food Trends in Singapore in 2015 that you probably already know about. We pay homage to some of the best food that graced our nation this year.
As you might have seen on the papers or your Instagram feed, many have been flocking to this year’s Ramadan Bazaar at Geylang Serai for some interesting street food.
Flavoured churros? Yes please! With a growing trend of churro-lovers, you can find more than just one stall here selling these highly Instagrammable deep-fried doughs.
Remember those ice cream rolls you had while you were in Bangkok? Good news because they are now here in Singapore too. Not sure what to try at this year’s Ramadan Bazaar? Here are 5 highlights from this year’s Ramadan Bazaar at Geylang Serai.