Genki Sushi opens their sixth outlet at Junction 8 this Friday, and they're giving away 100 sushi sets for free!
Singaporeans are spoilt when it comes to the variety of food that's available. There's at least one new franchise opening an outlet in Singapore every month. Recently, Isaac Toast opened in Plaza Singapura's basement. Now, Liang Sandwich Bar from China has opened its first outlet in Singapore at Vivocity!
The Gym Pod is Singapore's first 24 hours automated container smart gym. It is designed such that you can enjoy an undisturbed and private workout at anytime of your choosing. Thanks to The Gym Pod, you can now have your very own private gym containers to exercise in.
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.
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.
Introducing, Leeu SG. With a logo of a lion's head that looks way better than LiHo's, this local artisanal ice cream is making waves across the nation for their iconic Merlion ice pop, The Icy Merlion. That's not all, there's also a durian ice cream, aptly named The "Esplanade" that's made to look like a durian.
Isaac Toast is a possibly one of the best breakfast places in Seoul. Long queues are evident at almost every Isaac Toast outlet in Seoul daily. Great news for fans of Isaac Toast, you can finally get your hands on this popular popular Korean street snack in Singapore next month!
Fans of llaollao mourned its departure when they suddenly announced a sudden closure of all its 29 outlets across Singapore. Great news for fans of llaollao, your favourite frozen yoghurt brand that you know and love is finally back in Singapore with a new store at Changi Airport!
This 2-storey wonderland practically brings Japan to Singapore. They have (almost) everything you want, need and never knew you needed, like the insanely popular roasted sweet potato. If you love Don Don Donki as much as I do, then you'd be glad to know that they are opening a 2nd outlet at Tanjong Pagar!
Our homegrown fried food snack chain and national treasure, Old Chang Kee is now open and serving our famous curry puffs to the people of London! Located at Covent Garden, which is London’s main theatre and entertainment area - the shop is the franchise's first foray into Europe.
Famed for their milk tea and condensed milk buns, Tsui Wah has risen to become a household name in Hong Kong. The Cha Chaan Teng has confirmed it will open its first Southeast Asia outlet – with a seating capacity of over 140 from 1pm on June 15 at Clarke Quay.
The boat noodles craze has sent plenty of Singaporeans including me going over the causeway JUST for Thai boat noodles, so imagine how excited I was when I found out there's finally a halal boat noodle place in Singapore. Hat Yai Noodle Bar serves boat noodles for $1.90 each.
The zero-waste movement is really picking up traction in Singapore, as it should since we claim that we're a "Clean and Green City". Here's another reason for you to join the zero waste camp - Unpackt is Singapore's first grocery store where goods will be sold without any packaging.
Does the thought of drowning scare you? What about being buried alive? Face your fears at this brand new exhibition that explores the science behind fear. Rationalise and conquer your fears at Phobia²: The Science of Fear from 13th April onwards.
Whether you're a freelancer or a startup, co-working spaces are ideal if you're looking for a space to work at without the fuss of dealing with traditional work space costs. JustCo, provides a vibrant co-working space for businesses of all shapes and sizes to make work much more enjoyable for you.
Finding halal Japanese food at a Hawker Centre is like finding a Snorlax in Pokemon Go. Fret not, Big Bowls Project is here to change our views of halal Japanese Bowls. Big Bowls Project recently opened their store at Amoy Street Food Centre which is perfect for office workers around the CBD area.
Japanese discount store, Don Quijote, better known as Don Don Donki, will be opening its store in Orchard Central on 1 December 2017.
Meet B Burger, a quaint new burger joint located at Cathay Cineleisure Orchard, serving up classic American burgers with a Japanese twist.
Ramen fans, there's a new duck ramen coming to you, and it comes courtesy of none other than Michelin-starred ramen restaurant Tsuta.
Located at Jurong West Street 61, next to Pioneer Mall, this 500 seater not-for-profit "smart" hawker centre has 34 food stalls and a 14-stall wet market.