10 Eateries in Singapore That Serve Sous Vide Food Under S$15

21 November

Most methods of cooking have been around for hundreds of years and new techniques of cooking rarely come along, but sous vide cooking is one of the exceptions. The key to obtaining consistent results in cooking is easily done by sous vide (pronounced “sue-veed”). Sous vide means “under vacuum” in French, which refers to the technique of vacuum-sealing the food...

Lu Ding Ji – Affordable Taiwanese Braised Delights In The CBD

16 November

Tucked away on the second floor of Oxley Tower—in the heart of the Singapore’s bustling Central Business District—lies a humble eatery that serves up tasty and affordable Taiwanese-style braised delights: Lu Ding Ji. Lu Ding Ji’s speciality lies in their assorted braised meat and vegetable dishes, namely their braised pork belly with rice. Modelled after the iconic Taiwanese Lu Rou...

10 Local Desserts Singaporeans Can’t Live Without

15 November

Photo Credit: healthguru Guess what Singaporeans would go crazy over? Sweet little desserts and treats to satisfy our sweet-tooth, that’s what! It does not matter whether we are talking about the launch of a new Bingsu stall or a Gelateria, you can eventually expect an exuberant response from the entire nation. However, despite the fad and the craze, we are still...

SORA Japan Gourmet Hall – New Japanese Food Court at Changi Airport Terminal 2

13 November

The opening of Singapore’s largest Japanese food court calls for a celebration indeed. Your options for tantalising Japanese cuisine just got a lot broader courtesy of the latest Japan Gourmet Hall SORA at Changi Airport Terminal 2. With Japan’s tourism industry booming within the last decade or so, more tourists have developed greater interests in the nation’s unique culinary scene....

5 Different Types Of Budget Dinners For A Cost-Effective Christmas

13 November

The festive season is around the corner and one of the biggest events of the year has to be Christmas. Yes, many of us are already counting down the number of days to our annual Christmas feast with loved ones and friends. Those who are hosting the Christmas dinner party this year should have started planning for it. While Christmas...

How To Throw A Budget Christmas Dinner Party – Singapore Style

13 November

The festive season is soon upon us and we are all stoked to tuck into the lavish spread that comprises massive roast meats, mulled wine and a smorgasbord of other sweet and savoury treats. Yet, there is a something that we are sure everybody ponders about as the Christmas season approaches—budget. Overspending is a significant source of stress, especially so...

Murugan Idli Shop – A Traditional South Indian Breakfast To Kick Start Your Day

10 November

Murugan Idli Shop is a humble eatery nestled along Syed Alwi Road that serves up authentic South Indian breakfast, lunch and dinner delights. Born out of a passion for food, this humble establishment has been serving exquisite vegetarian dishes since 1993. As the shop’s name suggests, they are most well-known for their mouthwatering idli as well as their piping hot...

Changi Airport Terminal 4 – Brand New Shopping & Dining Concepts To Get Stoked About

10 November

With so many attractions spread across its terminals, there is no questioning why Changi Airport is consistently ranked as one of the best airports in the world. Not only is this man-made marvel a hub for air transport in Singapore, but it is effectively a destination in its own right. As of late October 2017, Changi Airport officially welcomes travellers...

Ho Seng Kee – Is The Famous Wanton Mee In JB Worth A Try?

8 November

Wanton mee is a Cantonese noodle dish that is widely enjoyed by both Malaysians and Singaporeans. Foreigners who make a trip to either one of these countries often make it a point to try this classic dish when they are visiting. What many people may not be aware though, is that there are different versions of wanton mee served between...