DFS is hosting a Craft Festival, which means that anyone travelling for the next six weeks is going to have a much better time waiting for their flights.
Looks like bubble tea craze isn't dying any time in Singapore.BreadTalk just stepped up their game with their latest bubble tea buns and toasts.
since 1973, the ex-Kallang Airport has been home to a wide variety of good eats, and foodies still flock to this eating spot to get their munch on.
Club Meatballs strives to be a one stop shop, operating as not just a restaurant, but a café, bar, wine-cellar and co-working space as well.
Another Thai-inspired flea market called CMYK: The Shade Of Young Enterprise is making their way to our shores.
My Little Pony are flying from their home in Equestria to Singapore's shores this September as part of Singapore's first My Little Pony pop-up cafe!
Canteen 398 has been sitting on the chopping board for development since 2012 as Seletar is being developed into an aerospace hub.
If you're a former or current student at NP or NYP, then you'll be familiar with Splash n Decker or "that sandwich shop".
If you haven't already noticed, Costa Coffee has closed six outlets in Singapore with their two remaining branches exiting in the next two weeks.
While food trends come and go, Fruit Teas look like there are here to stay. TaiGai is a popular tea brand in China with over 60 stores across the country.
Boat Quay's central location and high traffic make it the perfect place to set up a bar, so much so that even 7-Eleven have set up one of their own
When it comes to eating Thai wanton mee in Singapore, there’s only one name that you need to know: Soi 19.
If you missed the first edition of the container pop-up market, no worries, there's one ongoing right now at Ang Mo Kio Hub!
Every year before Christmas, Orchard Road will decked out in the prettiest of lights and glittery decor thanks to Christmas on a Great Street.
Come 21 September 2018, gather your friends and family and head over to Gillman Barracks for a night of good food and great fun!
We know firsthand that not all unique mooncakes hit the mark, but here are five that certainly do.
SoulFood Catering has been around for the last 8 months but no one ever really paid attention to this humble shop located at Aliwal Street.
If you’re planning to head down to Newton Circus to channel your inner Rachel Chu, here are the six dishes that you should be trying out instead.
Grids & Circles provides a respite from the hustle of the city. With good food, great coffee and tea, a cosy ambience, and even greater service.
We've had ice cream paired with waffles, cookies, cones, bread, but thanks to Dopa Dopa Creamery, we now have ice cream with butter croissants!