Other than the regular favourites such as FatPapas Burgers & Shakes, there's plenty of new food places you can look forward to at Century Square.
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.
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!
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!
From 27 August to 3 September 2018, Tiong Bahru Bakery will be handing out free croissants and coffee from their turquoise kiosk outside ION Orchard.
For all of you with a sweet tooth, your blood sugar levels are about to go through the roof because there's a new soft serve brand coming to town!
Starbucks has always been known as the boujee cousin of our local kopitiams. However, people still flock to them for a cold brew. Either way, Starbucks is no stranger to Singaporeans. This National Day period, Starbucks pays tribute to the Lion City with a range of desserts with local flavours.
If you're as done as we are regarding Durian and Nasi Lemak-flavoured stuff, it's about time we had something more....refreshing. And this news could not have come at a better time. Ten Ren Tea will be opening their very first Singapore outlet this Saturday, 28 July 2018, at Chinatown Point!
Back in June, Old Chang Kee announced that Curry Day 2018 will be taking place on 27 and 28 July 2018. They also announced that they will be unveiling 2 new exclusive Curry puffs closer to Curry Day 2018. Enter Old Chang Kee's new Durian Curry Chicken'O and Jackfruit Curry Chicken'O.
In another tribute to Singapore's upcoming birthday and our diverse food culture, Cold Stone Creamery has come up with 2 new hyperlocal ice cream flavours - Nasi Lemak and Pulut Hitam. These new flavours are available from 14 July to 31 August 2018.
With National Day coming up, many restaurants are coming up with themed menu items to pay tribute to Singapore and Old Chang Kee is no exception. This year, Old Chang Kee and its affiliated brands have come up with a Chilli Crab feast, with all things related to the beloved seafood dish. Here's what you can get.
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.
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.
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.
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!
Singapore's very own BreadTalk is finally coming of age and turning 18 this month! And they're celebrating their 18th anniversary with a few new additions to their signature product. They'll also be running a few promotions in July and August, where you can get their baked goods for $1!
A traditional Singaporean breakfast would undoubtedly be the humble kaya toast, soft-boiled eggs and kopi. While it is a common staple in many coffeeshops across the island, there is a brand that's synonymous with GOOD kaya toast, soft-boiled eggs and kopi. Enter Ya Kun Kaya Toast.
If you've been to Creamery Boutique, then you'd know that they're famous for their homemade ice cream paired with lava cookies. With National Day 2018 coming up, they've unveiled 2 Singaporean flavours to commemorate Singapore's 53rd birthday.