It is hard to pass up on a good milkshake, and some of us are even willing to go to the ends of the earth just to have a sip of the better ones. After all, a milkshake is essentially having a dessert in a cup—it is creamy, it is sweet, and it is often pretty.
Over the years, milkshakes have evolved to be so much more than just your average vanilla, chocolate or strawberry flavours. Now, brands are shaking—literally—things up with more creative flavours such as Cookie Butter, Nutella and Salted Caramel.
If you are still scouring the face of Singapore for more great milkshakes, here is a guide to the 10 Best Places for Milkshakes In Singapore.
Pâtissez, the original creator of the world famous freakshakes (over-the-top milkshakes), opens its first Singapore store in the new Raffles Holland Village.
Originally located in Australia’s capital – Canberra – Pâtissez became famous and stopped the world in their tracks in 2015 with its iconic Freakshakes – massive milkshakes piled high with brownies, cookies, pretzels and even slabs of cake.
And now, Pâtissez is ready to introduce its signature Freakshakes to Singapore.
Everyone here knows the well-loved beverage Thai Milk Tea, yes? Also known as ‘cha yen’, the iced-cold drink is a refreshing thirst-quencher that is mixed with condensed milk and sugar.
The popularity of Thai milk tea has gone far and wide, where we are now seeing numerous unique dessert interpretations of it.
Here are 8 Thai Milk Tea Desserts in Singapore For Every Cha Yen Lover. So good that staying slim doesn’t seem that worth it after all.
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.
The pretty desserts and cakes at Cake Spade have earned a prime spot on our social media feeds. And recently, they upped their ante with this gorgeous Unicorn Cake Shake (S$14.90). Totally bringing milkshakes to a whole new level!