Now that you’ve finished your vegetables, you can have your dessert. Deliveroo saved the best for last. In this final week of the Festival of Feasts, ice creams, muffins, waffles, milkshakes and cakes take the stage. This is Deliveroo’s dessert-themed week, Sugar Rush!
Flor Patisserie is a Japanese-styled patisserie that serves authentic Japanese inspired French pastry. They pride in using the freshest and best quality ingredients that have been sourced from overseas and locally. Needless to say, their creations are truly a work of art.
Some steakhouses in Singapore can get pretty pricey but if you're looking for a place to bring bae out for a fancy dinner that doesn't break the bank, we've got you covered. Here's a list of the best steaks in Singapore that is most definitely value for your money.
Ah Japan, you never fail to impress us with your weird themed cafes. This one is no exception. For most eateries, you'd expect to be treated with exceptional service. Not this one. Pay a fee to be hurled with insults and rudely attended to by Japanese maids and butlers at Tsundere Cafe.
You've seen this Wes Anderson style hotel in Little India but did you know that there's more to it than just pastel walls and vintage decor? Sprawled across the lobby of The Great Madras Hotel, is a brand new cafe serving halal Catalan-inspired fare.
If you ate your entire body weight in steamboat and treats over the Chinese New Year break, it's time to get back in shape! Over at Brownice, they serve up one of the best vegan ice creams in Singapore and best part, it's completely guilt-free!
Didn't it feel like 2018 just began? And yet here we are mid-February, with Valentine's Day and Chinese New Year just around the corner.
It's about time January came to an end. It felt like we've lived through 5 Mondays but February is finally here. As usual, we've got you covered with exciting events and great food for the month of February.
Kumoya has partnered with Little Miss Bento and American Greeting to bring us Care Bears x Kumoya, a Care Bears-themed cafe.
It's finally 2018! We're back in January, the "Monday" of the year. We're all feeling sian but no worries, we've got some artsy AF events and great food for you to make it through the rest of this huge "Monday.
LAN gaming shops can be found all over Singapore. We found the best and cheapest ones for those of you who are looking to get your PUBG game faces on.
If you're looking for a place to settle down so that you and your friends can carry on your conversation comfortably, we've found you 6 places.
November is a relatively lull month, so we've compiled a list of events and food for you to eat and party your way through to make it to December.
Many of you have probably tried acai bowls, but have you tried an acai soft serve? These ones by Beriwell are the perfect way to beat Singapore's heat!
If you're sick of KFC, Popeyes, and 4Fingers, come meet the newcomer in the fried chicken market in Singapore, Birdfolks!
Simply called Mao Shan Wang Cafe, this durian cafe is opened by Four Seasons Durian. It serves durian flavoured treats that are both sweet and savoury.
This gorgeous concoction can be found on the menu at Abbie's Coffeehouse at Havelock II. The drink is creamy and light, with bits of sweet potato.
A Juicery opens its first store in Singapore at 21 Lorong Telok. Aside from a range of juices, the store also sells various coffees and wraps.
From 5 Oct - 31 Dec, a Miffy pop-up cafe will be here in Singapore to bring you meticulously-prepared Japanese dishes featuring the adorable bunny.
Many new eats this month including rainbow prata and an apothecary-themed bar. Plus an inaugural Muay Thai fight, the first ever Color Run Night and HHN7!