8 Hipster Hawker Centres In Singapore With Quality Grub

20 February

Hawker centres and coffee shops make up a huge part of Singapore’s food culture mainly because prices are so affordable there that locals can afford to dine out every day. Needless to say, most people have this perception that the environment of a typical hawker centre is usually fuss-free and simple to keep costs low. While they are not wrong,...

8 Hawker Stalls In Lorong Ah Soo Market You Should Not Miss Out On

20 February

Surrounded by old HDB buildings, Lorong Ah Soo Market, also known as Hougang 105 Hainanese Village Centre, is a popular wet market and a hotspot for pocket-friendly delicious food in the North-East precinct. This three-storey building is a place where many would visit to seek old-school hawker fare filled with nostalgia. From the famous Lorong Ah Soo Lor Mee, traditional...

The Thai Street Co. – Affordable Thai Set Meals In Labrador Park

15 February

Singapore has jumped on the bandwagon for all things authentic Thai. Hence, it should come as no surprise that yet another Thai eatery has just opened its doors to satisfy our cravings for authentic Thai food. The Thai Street Co. is a sister outlet to the now defunct Great Thai @ East Village at Upper Changi Road. Unlike their parent...

Meera’s Curry – Underrated South-Indian Eatery In Little India To Check Out

13 February

Little India is home to countless outstanding eateries that serve up mouthwatering South-Indian cuisine and they range from established brands to humble, no-frills joints. After our trip to popular Indian eatery Ghandi’s, we wanted to explore a hidden gem that is relatively unknown to most but frequented by loyal customers during peak hours. We happened to chance upon Meera’s Curry and...

Shun Quan – A Hidden Gem For Silky Smooth Tau Huey

13 February

Affectionately known to the Chinese as “Dou hua” or “dòufuhuā“, this popular Chinese snack/dessert has a long history – it can be served warm or chilled and is typically served in a sweet syrup and can be commonly found in food centres about Singapore. However, few places do the dish justice–its texture and consistency needs to be perfected (not to...

Here’s What To Expect At i Light Marina Bay 2018

6 February

The long-awaited i Light Marina Bay is finally back! Returning this March, watch Singapore’s iconic Marina Bay illuminate the night sky with 22 Instagram-worthy sustainable light art installations from Singapore and around the world, lining the waterfront precinct. Beyond the enthralling showcase of interactive visual art, the light art festival will also feature a spectacular line-up of activities and programs....

6 Ma La Places That Open After Midnight To Satisfy Your Cravings

6 February

Many food trends come and go in fickle Singapore but ma la may well be an exception. This Sichuan-inspired dish may not be a Singaporean invention but we can all agree that it is perhaps one of the top dishes that has taken over our nation by storm. This one-dish-wonder has experienced much hype over the past few years and...

Blue Wine Is A Thing And It Has Reached Our Shores

6 February

There is the crisp white, the robust red and even the pink-hued, fruitier rosé, but make way for a new entrant because now we have blue wine. That’s right, blue wine is a thing now and it has officially hit our shores. Gïk’s blue wine has already shaken up Spain’s traditional wine industry and is set on venturing to other parts...

10 Must-Visit Hawker Stalls In Chinatown Food Complex

5 February

Conveniently located in the heart of Chinatown, Chinatown Food Complex is a cultural enclave filled with rich heritage. The giant concrete building may appear unassuming, but it is a thriving centre of life and activity. Being one of the largest hawker centres in Singapore, this popular tourist precinct is home to a myriad of hawker stalls serving scrumptious traditional delicacies...

Ah Hua Kway Teow – Teochew Kway Teow Cooked Over Charcoal In Johor Bahru

5 February

While many have flocked over the border to join the cafe-hopping spree, the local food of Johor Bahru is something not to be missed out on too. Located inside Restoran Sekee lies Ah Hua Kway Teow, an old-school noodle stall that serves traditional Teochew kway teow and brews a pork bone broth over a charcoal stove. Some may even call it...