Hainanese Salt Baked Chicken – Super Succulent Chicken In Seng Kang That’s Literally Life-Changing

19 February

Salt baking is a process that involves covering an ingredient in a layer of salt, which locks in moisture, resulting in a super moist end product. In the humble confines of Seng Kang Square, there is one particular Hainanese chicken rice stall that employs such a cooking method. Here, they wrap young chickens in paper bags before submerging them in giant barrels...

LittlePo — New Artisanal Bubble Tea Store In Haji Lane For The BBT Fanatics

16 February

Haji lane is well known for its abundance of quirky, hipster cafes and trendy eateries. The cafe scene here is everchanging and it’s not uncommon to see new places popping up every now and then. A new joint to join the slew of cafes here is LittlePo, a humble hole-in-the-wall that specialises in artisanal bubble tea, smoothies and coffee. In...

This 24-Hour Eatery In Yishun Sells Both Thai Dishes AND Prata

15 February

Residing in the infamous Yishun is Islamic Seafood Paradise, a restaurant that sells prata classics as well as Thai food. Having recently gone through a revamp, diners can expect a smorgasbord of over 100 items on their menu! Situated just a street away from the popular Chong Pang Food Market, Islamic Seafood Paradise is where you should head to if you’re...

Chuan Qee — Hidden Xiao Long Bao Gem In Tai Seng That’ll Make You Forget All About DTF

13 February

Hawker stalls that sell la mian and dumplings that actually surpass our expectations are a dime a dozen. Not saying that we expect restaurant-standard dumplings wherever we go but at the very least, ones that come with a modest amount of tasty filling and cooked to perfection—be it boiled, pan-fried or served in chilli oil. Fortunately for us, a little harmless...

McDonald’s Unveils New Popcorn Caramel Desserts From 11 February

11 February

McDonald’s is back at it again with an exciting new range of desserts. From 11 February 2019 onwards, you can indulge in their Popcorn Caramel series that are sure to please any sweet tooth. Their popcorn caramel soft serves will be available in the form of their normal Cones, Chococones and Twist Cones. People who don’t fancy cones that much can...

Jie Bakery – One Of The Few Surviving Traditional Bakeries In Singapore

10 February

When we think of getting fresh bread, several big names will immediately spring to mind. There are the usual, more commercialised brands such as BreadTalk, Four Leaves and the usual franchise bakeries, if not, convenience stores or petrol kiosks. Sure, they are dependable and for the most part, decent but there is just something that’s lacking—authenticity. Ever wondered why the...

15 Atas-Enough Places To Take Bae This Valentine’s Day For Under S$20 Per Pax

9 February

We’re calling it: Dating in Singapore is one heck of an expensive affair—especially if you’re a guy. A decent dinner for two, a movie after, perhaps even some drinks following that and let’s not forget the compulsory step of sending her home, a night like that would easily set you back a hundred or more, which realistically speaking, is not something...

Block 216 Bedok North Market & Food Centre Guide

8 February

The East area—more specifically Bedok—is laden with many food gems scattered all around. The most popular being Bedok 85 Fengshan Market & Food Centre but that barely scratches the surface. One of our newest hawker fads in the East is Block 216 North Street 1 Market & Food Centre or Bedok 216 for short. The number of stalls with snaking...

8 Oyster Omelettes In Singapore So Good You Wouldn’t Just Want Them As Side Dishes

6 February

Fried oyster omelette, or as the locals call it, orh ah jian, is a savoury dish that you can easily find in hawker centres all over Singapore. Juicy, fresh oysters atop a bed of crispy egg batter fried to perfection, this delicacy is definitely hard to resist! The ingredients of oyster omelette are always the same, so what makes each of...

Joo Chiat Chiap Kee – Handmade Fishball Noodle Stall In Bedok With Over 50 Years Of History

5 February

When it comes to the plethora of breakfast options we Singaporeans have, the classic, feel-good staple that is fishball noodles more than always takes the cake. A simple composition of egg noodles tossed in a tasty chilli sauce, fishballs, fish cakes, slices of lean pork and that’s basically it. But why is it so popular? Guess we’ll never know for...