Yong Tai Seafood – Zi Char Supper Spot With The Best Salted Egg Yolk Pork Ribs

20 April

Tucked away in D E Eating House along Sims Avenue, literally a few metres away from popular late-night dim sum eatery, 126 Dim Sum Wen Dao Shi, lies Yong Tai Seafood. Serving up a surprisingly wide variety of dishes from humble rice and noodle one-dish-wonders to other seafood and meat dishes, what you can expect from this shabby looking corner...

Kim Dae Mun Korean Food—Authentic Korean Food That Is Daebak!

19 April

Situated in Concorde Hotel, Kim Dae Mun serves us tasty and authentic Korean food without burning a hole in your wallet. Avid fans of Korean cuisine will fall head over heels for this restaurant—with prices mostly below S$10, Kim Dae Mun Korean Food is affordable for the masses with substantial portions. If you happen to be around town and are...

7 Drink Towers That Are Not Beer Towers You and Your Friends Can Sip On Together

17 April

If you are wondering how many drink tower varieties there are for you and your friends’ chill night out, you are at the right place. When it comes to ordering drink towers, the popular and familiar ones are Beer Tower, Milo Tower or Teh Bing Tower. Apart from filling the beer tower with these drinks, you can fill it with...

10 Traditional Taiwanese Breakfast Items To Try If You Want To Dine Like A Local

16 April

We know planning for your itinerary can be quite tedious because you would have to search for where to go, what to do and most importantly, what to eat. The best part of going for a holiday is to stuff yourself with different kinds of local food. If you are heading to Taiwan and you are not sure of what kind...

OLEG By gCafe—Charcoal & Waffle Burgers In Johor Bahru With Unbeatable Prices

13 April

Photo Credit: Johor Food Guide This fast food joint in Johor Bahru will bring the word ‘diet’ out of your dictionary. Most of us are no strangers to fast food joints such as MacDonalds, Burger King, Texas Chicken and more—but if you happen to be in Johor Bahru and looking to try out something new, OLEG by gCafe is a...

This Muslim-Owned Korean Fried Chicken Stall In Tampines Is Clucking Good

5 April

Fried chicken, or more specifically Korean-style fried chicken, is one of those things that can get us excited in a heartbeat. The thought of that golden, crispy skin crackling under the weight of our teeth, all that delicious chicken juices spilling out all over our tongues and better yet, having it dipped in a variety of punchy sauces for an...

Seng Hiang Bak Chor Mee – BCM All Singaporeans Know And Love

3 April

Do a Google search for ‘Best Bak Chor Mee in Singapore’ and you will surely see Seng Hiang Bak Chor Mee on the list. While 85 Fengshan Centre in Bedok definitely doesn’t fall short in terms of the number of good hawker food stalls, Seng Hiang Bak Chor Mee stands out against the rest for their amazing Bak Chor Mee—also known also...

Singapore Heritage Festival 2018—A Festival By Singaporeans, For Singaporeans

29 March

The 15th edition of the Singapore Heritage Festival is back in 2018—and better than ever. If you think that it is going to be just another boring learning journey, you thought wrong. From 6th April 2018 to 22nd April 2018, partake in this island-wide celebration of Singapore’s heritage and culture that is proudly brought to you by the National Heritage Board and...

Gangnam Bingsu—Affordable Quality Bingsu With Prices From Just S$5.90!

27 March

Craving some bingsu but on a tight budget? Gangnam Bingsu serves original Korean snowflake milk bingsu that will not burn a hole in your wallet! A bowl of bingsu from typical cafés would usually cost you an expected damage of almost S$20, but at Gangnam Bingsu, you get to enjoy a bowl bingsu at prices as low as S$5.90. This bingsu shop located in multiple...

The Salted Plum – Wallet-Friendly Taiwanese Rice Bowls At Just S$10

22 March

Brought to you by the same folks that gave us delicious yet affordable Taiwanese-inspired rice bowls and the likes, Five-Ten, The Salted Plum brings to the Circular Road enclave a refreshing twist on Taiwanese-style street food but with a more extensive lunch and dinner menu—with meals mostly costing either S$5, S$10 or S$15. Although catered more towards the bustling office...