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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!
Gudetama Cafe is opening in Singapore at Suntec City this November.
Fans of Sanrio’s lazy egg character will probably have heard of Gudetama Cafe in Osaka, as well as Gudetama Cafe by Izumi Curry and the dim sum pop-up restaurant at Dim Sum Icon in Hong Kong. We can finally look forward to Gudetama Cafe in Singapore!
The wait is finally over. Kiss The Tiramisu, the popular South Korean Tiramisu soft-serve ice cream joint, is set to open in Singapore soon! Their first outlet will be located right in the heart of Orchard Road, at Orchard Gateway.
Kiss The Tiramisu has been a hit in South Korea ever since its debut in Hongdae, fusing two popular desserts into one awesome treat. Tiramisu and soft serve ice cream are like two peas in a pot. Each tiramisu soft serve from Kiss The Tiramisu is also served in a swanky gold-rimmed plastic “wine glass” for your perfect social media photo.
The dessert chain also opened in Bangkok in mid-2016, and it is definitely expanding to more and more countries in the region. We cannot wait for its grand opening here in sunny Singapore!
Singaporeans need their daily dose of caffeine and there is really no lack of cafes in town that provide good coffee. While most cafes are starting to look similar, FabCafe – a futuristic cafe with state-of-the-art new fabrication technology like 3D printing and laser cutting – has opened up in the ArtScience Museum that aims to bring technology, creativity and food together.
The first Crafholic Pop-Up Cafe is here in Singapore from now until 13 November 2016.
Kki Sweets — a popular Japanese dessert shop in Singapore — has collaborated with Craftholic Singapore to bring the first Craftholic Cafe in Singapore. Located at the School of the Arts (SOTA), the store is the first outside Japan, and will only be here until 13 November 2016.
Singaporeans live for great food, and we are not ashamed of it. Even when we travel, we have a list of go-to places – famous cafes, Michelin-star restaurants and what-have-you.
We know too well those moments when indulging in BAKE Cheese Tarts on the streets of Tokyo and enjoying a pizza in PizzaExpress in London, and wondering when would be the next we could savour them again.
Luckily for us, Singapore has more and more international brands setting foot on our shores, and we are infinitely closer to satisfying all our cravings.
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Popbar, the famed popsicle store from The U.S., is opening in Singapore at Plaza Singapura.
You have seen gelatos on cones and in cups, but have you seen them on sticks before? Popbar is known for their cute, rainbow-hued popsicle sticks.
We tried Popbar’s popsicle when we were in New York City and trust us when we say that they taste as good as they look. With the opening of Popbar in Singapore, there is no need to fly all the way to the States to have a taste of these Insta-famous popsicles.
Greyhound Cafe, famous fashion and lifestyle cafe in Bangkok, is set to open in Singapore this November! If you’ve been to Bangkok before, you might have probably heard of the Greyhound Café.