Created by local snack brand Mala Mala, these chips are a dream snack for any spicy food lover.
Located on the second floor of Chinatown Complex Food Centre, Jin Ji has been operating since the building’s inception in 1983
Now, if you love sandwiches as much as we do, you might just wanna pay Stack a visit the next time you're craving for one!
Running his own Western food stall 'Coal 3606' at Republic Polytechnic, James has been helping his family run the stall and learning the recipe.
K-BBQ is usually a little pricey but we found 6 affordable Korean BBQ spots in Singapore for you to satisfy your Korean food cravings.
Reprovisions - a newly opened zero-waste bulk store in Jurong Point. Customers are expected to bring their own reusable package to bag their items
From online to offline, habitat by honestbee - the world's first tech-integrated multi-sensory grocery and dining destination of its kind.
Wild Blooms is a 2-storey, floral-themed cafe nestled in Hougang - a refreshing change from the usual cookie-cutter cafes we have seen in Singapore.
Love Korean fried chicken? For the unacquainted, Mom's Touch Chicken and Burger is a popular fast food chain with over 650 stores in South Korea.
If you eat Indomie on a regular basis, they launched a Salted Egg Flavour back in August. It went viral and Sporeans went absolutely nuts because it was only available in Indonesia.
Located in a discreet corner along Prinsep Street, En Sushi is a cozy Japanese restaurant that’s probably best known for their affordable Bara Chirashi Dons.
In celebration of their 75th anniversary, IKEA will be selling a plate of 8 meatballs for 75 cents on the 6th and 7th of October.
Occupying a humble corner stall at Bedok North Street 1 Market and Food Centre, Plum & Rice serves Japanese-inspired rice with Singaporean-inspired dishes.
Back after a year long absence, the Samurai Burgers from McDonald's will be available from 4th October onwards for a limited time only.
So, we asked around the office for suggestions on how to change up your Subway orders to make it exciting again. Here's what we found.
Located at the top floor of Orchard Central, Tsukiji Fish Market Restaurant is named after the iconic wholesale market in Tokyo of the same name.
As though we don't already have enough bubble tea spots in Singapore, Taiwan's famous bubble tea brand, Tiger Sugar, is coming to Singapore this November.
if you’re in the Beach Road area but aren’t in the mood for Pad Thai, here are five dishes that are definitely worth your consideration.
Basil & Mint operates on a cai fan-esque system, where you can mix and match different dishes to create the perfect plate of Thai food.
Nasi Beringin was once sold in Singapore for a short period of time in the 1950s but gradually disappeared from the local Malay food scene.