Tag Archive: What To Eat In Singapore

At The Myo – Humble Eatery At Everton Park With No GST & Service Charge

21 August

Previously known as Sebastian’s Fusion Cuisine, the Kopitiam stall has rebranded to a new cafe called At The Myo and shifted its location to Everton Park. Less than 10 minutes walk from Outram MRT Station, the casual dining establishment offers both Western and Japanese cuisines at affordable prices. At The Myo is the kind of place where you will feel...

Hatter Street Bakehouse & Cafe – Mad Hatter-Inspired Cafe With Pretty Desserts

16 July

What’s life without a little creativity and fun? It will probably be rather meaningless and dull, but that is why we are so thankful when we come across cafes and eateries with exciting concepts and has a story to tell with their food. Led by Yvette, Hatter Street Bakehouse & Cafe is a quaint and cosy cafe tucked away under Blk 212...

2mm Talent Hub – S$6.90 Affordable Lunch at School of The Arts Singapore

4 July

Brought to you by the folks at mm2 Entertainment, 2mm Talent Hub is the latest addition to the string of dining establishments at Level 1 of the School of the Arts Singapore. Apart from being a comforting and warm place to chill at with your friends after a busy day of school or work, 2mm Talent Hub also serves up affordable yet...

Shabu Tontei – S$15.90++ Super Value Shabu Shabu Set

8 June

Alongside the row of Japanese restaurants in Shokutsu Ten, a Japanese food street in Jurong Point Shopping Centre is Shabu Tontei—a restaurant specialising in Shabu Shabu and other pork dishes such as tonteki (pork loin steak) and tonkatsu (pork cutlet). The best part? Their Super Value Shabu Shabu Set is priced affordably at S$15.90++! If you think this is just an ongoing...

New Lucky Claypot Rice – Legendary Claypot Chicken Rice You Legit Must Try

10 May

One unbeatable hawker favourite in Singapore that we would frequently crave for is claypot chicken rice. There is something comforting about the dish—the combination of earthy, smoky and charred flavours from the ingredients that are cooked directly over burning charcoal. Oh yes, this is a local delicacy not to be missed! For the uninitiated, one of the most famous claypot...

7 Things You Didn’t Know About The Durian—The King Of Fruits

17 November

Photo Credit: Year Of The Durian Talk about the King of Fruits to those living in Southeast Asia and they will immediately know that you are referring to durians. Widely known for its distinct aroma and flavour, durians are an acquired taste—you either fall in love with it at first bite or stay as far away from it as possible. Those...