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...

12 Hidden Green Spaces To Explore In Our Concrete Jungle

30 January

When it comes to parks and reservoirs in Singapore, we know about the crowd-favourites such as Fort Canning Park, McRitchie Reservoir and Coney Island Park. Despite the tranquil environment they provide, these places are sometimes teeming with people and you probably cannot enjoy that peaceful silence just as much. Dubbed the Garden City, Singapore has many green spaces scattered across...

928 Yishun Laksa – Popular Laksa Stall In Yishun With No Name

30 January

Located a stone’s throw away from Yishun MRT station, this well-known laksa stall tucked under block 928 is an old-school food stall that has been running for more than 20 years. Despite not having a stall name, this humble stall is a huge hit amongst residents living nearby and they would always sell out before their closing time. If you...

Soi 47 – Hidden Gem In TPY With Authentic & Affordable Thai Food

26 January

Out of all the many Southeast Asian cuisines we know and love, Thai food is something we constantly find ourselves going back to for the simple reason being that no other cuisine ties in all the taste elements of sweet, salty, sour and spicy as perfectly. A hidden gem in the Toa Payoh enclave that not many know about is...

How To: Order Ma La Xiang Guo Like A Pro

25 January

Making headlines and sprouting out in hawker centres and food courts all around Singapore, ma la xiang guo is a delicacy that has evidently won the hearts of Singaporeans. A common staple in Sichuan cuisine, this mouth-numbing stir-fry comprises a wide variety of fresh ingredients that diners are able to pick out for themselves. Intimidating as it may seem with...

10 Eats In Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre That East Siders Would Rather You Not Know

23 January

For those who live in the east, the Bedok area stands as a beacon of delightful and cheap eats especially with the likes of renowned hawker centres like Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre that has been around for such a long time. Having undergone a massive revamp some years back, Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre has upped its attractiveness in terms of...

Sang Heng Noodles – Old-School Fishball Noodles In JB With Over 50 Years Of History

23 January

There is a certain charm about handmade fishballs (or handmade anything for that matter) that never fails to intrigue us. The sheer amount of effort and dedication that goes into preparing and forming each ball speaks volumes of the stall owners and is a quality that we admire. And more often than not, handmade fishballs taste a whole lot better...