This Ban Mian Restaurant In JB Needs To Come To Singapore!

5 September

It goes without saying that Johor Bahru is home to plenty of hip cafés and eateries that offer a multitude of cuisines. And there’s no arguing that fact, given the number of times we make a trip across the border a year. GO Noodle House is one of the most well-known restaurants in JB and it is definitely a crowd-favourite when...

12 Buffets To Satiate Your Need To Pig Out For S$20 And Below

4 September

Very rarely do we find ourselves able to indulge in a full-on feast here in Singapore without a hefty price tag to come with it. Yet, unknown to many, there actually is quite a number of relatively cheaper options for one to eat to their heart’s content under a budget. Sure, they may not be lavish, let alone the sort...

Nan Tai Eating House – Unpretentious Simple Taiwanese Comfort Food

1 September

To most, Taiwan is known as the land of night markets, deep-fried goodies and shopping districts. Boasting such a vast selection of edible delights to feast on, it’s definitely hard to cope with the post-holiday blues. Should you find yourself missing their famous braised pork rice (lu rou fan) or oyster mee sua, Nan Tai Eating House over at Kim...

Da Dong Prawn Noodle – Soul-Satisfying Prawn Noodles In Joo Chiat Road

31 August

The classic prawn noodle is a popular hawker dish that may seem simple to put together but truly, it requires much more than just prawns, water and noodles. It is through a cook’s manipulation of skill, time and ingredients that give you that comforting, flavourful bowl of broth. Filled with yellow noodles, juicy prawns and bean sprouts that sit in...

These Lifelike Puppy-Shaped Cakes Are Too Cute To Cut Into

31 August

These realistic-looking puppy-shaped ice cream desserts recently became all the rage after a video of a person cutting into the adorable pup went viral. The trend started in Taiwan, at a café called J.C. Co Art Kitchen that gained a popular following for their adorable puppy-shaped gelatos. If you are looking to jump onto this bandwagon, you would be glad...

Xiang Yuan Ji – Drool-Worthy Shanghainese Pan-Fried Dumplings At Jalan Besar

30 August

The Shanghai expats here in Singapore have been raving about this Shanghainese eatery for ages, saying that this place sells Shanghainese food that is just as good as the ones they get back at home. It is hard to find authentic Shanghainese food in Singapore, so we knew that we just had to go down and see how good this place...

Easy Chatuchak Beef Noodle – A Hidden Thai Noodle Joint In MacPherson

28 August

Located just a short walk away from MacPherson station, there is a fairly hidden coffee shop that you would probably only ever venture to if you happen to work around the area. Said coffee shop houses a number of noteworthy stalls but one such stall that serves up incredible Thai noodles, is Easy Chatuchak Beef Noodle. Easy Chatuchak Beef Noodles...

10 Best Soups In Singapore To Warm Your Tummy This Monsoon Season

26 August

The weather here in Singapore is unpredictable, to say the least—one moment it’s bright and sunny out and before you’re able to grab your sunscreen, it begins to rain cats and dogs. In light of the wet, stormy weather that can sometimes occur unexpectedly, the best comfort food, by a mile, has got to be a bowl of hot soup....

Bober Tea—Insta-Worthy Bubble Tea Joint With Unique Concoctions In Bishan

25 August

Here in Singapore, we are not strangers to several new and innovative food fads. Many have come, but not many ever stay trendy for long. Yet, bubble tea is perhaps one of the few trends that have successfully endured the test of time (and the fickleness of Singaporeans) the longest–and the craze doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon. A...

11 Best Char Kway Teow In Singapore That’s Worth The Heart Attack

24 August

Hawker delicacies are aplenty in Singapore, and perhaps one of the most popular local dishes is Char Kway Teow, and for a very good reason too. The combination of dark sweet sauce, pork lard and the fragrant and flavourful wok hei make this dish delightfully sinful yet satisfying. Apart from the usual artery-clogging dish we all know and love, another variation is its Penang...