Korean food has become very popular in Singapore and many Korean restaurants have popped up over the years. The problem, however, is that they all serve pretty much the same things. Two Hana stands out from the rest by taking traditional Italian dishes and giving them a Korean twist.
Once again, the East side beats the West, with 2 major fast food chains opening next year in Jewel Changi Airport. First on the list, is A&W Singapore. Since their announcement of their impending return to Singapore, they've remained very quiet with little to no details given.
P.S Cafe has long been a prime brunch spot for Singaporeans. With various dining concepts, each housed in a beautifully decorated interior, there's something for everybody when it comes to dining at P.S Cafe. Recently, P.S Cafe launched a new concept, Jypsy.
The gaming scene is ever-changing, with new gimmicks and gadgets trying their best to immerse us in the game as much as possible. Today, we even have virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) gaming. While augmented reality gaming is popular, virtual reality is by far the more exciting of the 2.
Thanks to the K-wave that swept the nation back in the early 2000s, Korean food is one of the more popular cuisines among Singaporeans. I mean, have you ever had Korean Army Stew? That'll warm you right up on a rainy day. Now, the Seoul Garden Group has come up with a new concept in the form of Seoul In A Sandwich.
One of the most enjoyable foods to eat, has got to be the taco. It's so simple yet so good, which probably explains why it's considered to be one of the best foods to eat when drunk. In Singapore, there's an increasing number of Mexican restaurants and a crowd favourite is Lucha Loco.
In recent months, many fast food chains have been taking the surprising initiative to remove plastic from their establishments, leading the charge in the fight against global warming and pollution? Now, Starbucks, has decided to join in the fight, and remove plastic straws from their drinks.
If you ask me what I know about German cuisine, all I can tell you is sausages, bratwursts, sauerkraut, spätzle and pork knuckles. You would think that the Singapore of old wouldn't have any room for European cuisine, but that's where you're wrong. Sitting in a quiet corner of Joo Chiat, is Werner's Oven.
Durian season is back in full swing and we definitely can't wait to stuff our faces with durians. We recently came across a Durian spot that was set up "For Punggolians, By Punggolians". Of course we had to check this place out.
Growing up, I always envied westerners and their bake sales, where pastries and bakes were made and sold within a community. Bake sales weren't a thing in Singapore back then, and till today, it's still uncommon. But now, my dreams of going to a bake sale is about to come true. Enter Cake Club.
Along with the emergence of metrosexuals and gentlemen, there have been modern barbershops appearing all over the island, catered specifically for men's grooming. So we've compiled a short list of tried and tested barbershops that are affordable and good.
If you have no idea what poke bowls are, it's a traditional Hawaiian "salad" filled with rice, covered with chunks of raw, marinated fish (usually tuna) and topped with lots of vegetables and umami-packed sauces. What you get is an Instagram-worthy poke bowl that looks good and tastes amazing as well!
Just last week we saw the release of the D24 Durian McFlurry. And when you thought McDonald's was done with their offerings for National Day, they're back again with more. This time round, they're going all out with a 'Har Cheong Gai' burger and a new breakfast burger.
There are plenty of restaurants offering Japanese food all over Singapore. However, not many have the option of delivery because the cuisine places emphasis on the freshness of the food as it is prepared and presented - and delivery directly contradicts this aspect of Japanese cuisine. Enter Don Play Play.
Singapore is home to many dialect groups, but the most common one is probably Hokkien. The place where Hokkien is most prevalent is the humble kopitiam, where the elderly chatter fluently in the dialect. If your Hokkien is limited to the expletives, then here are some simple words and phrases that you can use daily.
I've personally never tried filipino cuisine, and my filipino colleagues haven't had proper filipino food since they left their motherland (Jollibee doesn't count). So today I decided to take my filipino colleagues, Raymond and Ardhel, out to lunch, for REAL filipino food and at the same time.