Tag Archive: Where To Eat In Singapore

7 Fried Carrot Cakes In Singapore So Good, It Can Become Our National Dish

13 October

Speak to any Singaporean and ask them what the national dish of Singapore is and you’ll likely be bombarded with a whole list of hawker food delights, be it the humble chicken rice or char kway teow. While all these are surely considered to be Singaporeans’ fondest dishes, fried carrot cake—or better known as cai tow kuay amongst many—is undeniably...

Ju Ju Pokebowls – Poke Bowls In A Hawker Centre In The East

23 April

Located at the new Pasir Ris Central Hawker Centre, Ju Ju Pokebowls is a must-visit when you are there. As the Summer season is approaching, this healthy rice bowl is your go-to summer food. As much as we love to indulge in our favourite char kway teow and fried chicken, we would need to take a break and munch on...

Springleaf Prata Place – Over 50 Prata Choices That Are Worth The Calories

10 October

Springleaf Prata Place shot to popularity last year when among the Muslim community after a photo of their Murtaburger (a combination of Murtabak and burger patties) went viral on social media. Since then, Singaporeans have been flocking to all three of their outlets in Singapore to try their unique prata creations. Curious about the hype, we went down to their...

Heniu Teppanyaki – Affordable S$9 Teppanyaki Lunch At [email protected]

12 September

Teppanyaki is undoubtedly an all-time favourite of many as diners can choose their own ingredients, watch their food prepared a la minute and literally enjoy their food right after it is freshly cooked on the griddle. If you are unfamiliar with the concept, teppanyaki is a style of Japanese cuisine where fresh ingredients are cooked on an iron griddle by...

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...