With the expansion of Northpoint City being completed in the last quarter of 2017, it has seen several new entrants to its F&B scene. In May 2018, Hi Tea entered the directory in Northpoint City, bringing ice-blended fruit teas and cloud teas to the residents in the area. It is also their second outlet, with their first outlet at Far East Plaza. Their main selling … Continue reading Hi Tea – D24 Durian Jasmine Tea?!
If you’re a fellow foodie running out of food ideas in the East or a traveler looking to enjoy some Japanese cuisine before jetting off, you’ll be elated to hear about Japan Gourmet Hall Sora. Sora is almost like a food court, except that every stall sells delectable Japanese food items! Located at Level 3 of Terminal 2, it is open to public and has … Continue reading What to Eat at Japan Gourmet Hall Sora
Tanjong Pagar is home to plenty of cafes and restaurants but do you know that it is also home to a shop selling affordable lobster rolls? Located at the second floor of Oxley Tower, it is truly one hidden gem in the vicinity. If you’re thinking of eating in, there are a few seats inside the stall. Alternatively, taking away would be a great option … Continue reading Chunky Lobsters – Lobster Rolls at Friendly Prices!
If you ever find yourself in the Tiong Bahru area and are looking for alternatives to your usual eats at Tiong Bahru Market, 115 Bukit Merah Market & Hawker Centre is probably your best bet for affordable local hawker fare! Here’s a list of the stalls that you just have to try when you are there. 古早人 Kway Chap (#01-82) What sets this Kway Chap … Continue reading What to Eat at 115 Bukit Merah View Market & Hawker Centre
85 Fengshan Centre, or more commonly known as Bedok 85, is home to several widely-acclaimed food stalls that are popular for well.. good reason. Besides the BBQ stingrays lying below beds of spicy sambal and perfectly barbecued wings with their thin yet crispy exteriors and juicy interiors, it also provides shelter for Seng Hiang Bak Chor Mee, a stall which has grown its own fair … Continue reading Seng Hiang Bak Chor Mee
Bugis, otherwise known as the epicentre for cafes and all things hipster. And…guess what? A new cafe has joined the area right by the corner of Bugis, at Beach Road. With a vintage theme, its interior decorations are bound to draw you in as you marvel at the vintage antiques that they have towards the back of the cafe while the swings are surely inviting. … Continue reading [Invitation]: Good Old Days Bistro
If you’re heading to IKEA to do some furniture shopping and find yourself not craving for some swedish meatballs after, why not head to Alexandra Village Food Centre? Located a stone’s throw away from IKEA Queenstown, it is home to many delectable local dishes. And of course, being in the comfort of nature’s air-conditioner translates to more affordable prices! (Yayyyyyy!) Here’s a list of delicious … Continue reading What to Eat at Alexandra Village Food Centre
Although Wah Kee has been around for more than 50 years, the Esplanade’s branch, which opened in 2016, is their first restaurant. Known for their large prawns, firm noodles and their hearty broth, it has won the hearts of many food bloggers as well as actor Chow Yun-Fat from Hong Kong. I finally decided to try the legendary prawn noodles on a Friday evening. Surprisingly, … Continue reading A Review: Wah Kee Big Prawn Noodles
Located at Central Stockholm, the cafe founded in 1928 started when a lady by the name of Ester Nordhammar decided to open a bakery offering pastries, bread and buns of the highest quality. Behind this large wooden door lies several cosy spaces with paintings adorning the walls and warm lights creeping over the tables of many. Pick your favourite corner, get a friend to … Continue reading [Stockholm]: Vette-Katten
Located a short distance away from Odenplan station, Café Pom & Flora serves a variety of breakfast and brunch items that will definitely cater to the different preferences of their customers. At about 11 am on a Wednesday morning, the cafe was surprisingly already filled with people; there were also a few people working on their laptops with their cups of coffee. Despite the cafe … Continue reading [Stockholm]: Café Pom & Flora