Occupying a humble corner stall at Bedok North Street 1 Market and Food Centre, Plum & Rice serves Japanese-inspired rice with Singaporean-inspired dishes.
This year, there are 17 new additions to the Bib Gourmand list. However, with so many eateries on the 50-strong list, how many are ACTUALLY worth visiting? After all, food preference is subjective. We've sieved through the list of 50 to pick out our 10 favourites.
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.
The last movie theatre that served Bedok residents, was the iconic Princess Theatre, which closed 10 years ago. Today, Golden Village Multiplex, has opened its doors at DjitSun Mall Bedok with a new 576-seater multiplex.
5 months ago, VivoCity saw the opening of the Timezone flagship store and it was HUUUGE. Now, there's a new arcade claiming that they're the biggest arcade in the East side of Singapore. Introducing Fat Cat Arcade. They recently opened in Bedok's Djitsun Mall and they're claiming to be the "Biggest Arcade In The East".
Don't you just miss the days when life was simple, cartoons were great and food was cheap? Now that we've grown up, life isn't simple and cartoons have gone to shit. But we can still hope for cheap food. So here's a list of places that are still offering food below $2.
If you're not too familiar with murtabak manis, it's the Indonesian version of a 'pancake' that's usually thick and sinful due to the liberal use of butter and toppings such as sweet condensed milk, chocolate sprinkles, grated cheese, ground peanuts.
With two locations, 'Hai Kee', which roughly translates to mean 'remember the sea', is a chicken rice stall that has been around since 1959.
Black coloured foods seem to be the next big Instagram food trend. From sinful desserts to devilish mains, these foods are as black as our hearts.
Attention bubble tea addicts! LiHO is Singapore's answer to Gong Cha with a cheesy twist. Here's what we think about their new cheesey drinks.
You can climb tree like a Tarzan.
Didn't know Singapore so happening.
Exact locations to catch 'em all!
Our comprehensive trail contains a map, directions AND the cafe's must-try!
No trendy dessert can replace the local dessert spot in our hearts
Celebrities include actress Felicia Chin, song-writer Dick Lee and DJ Jamie Teo!
The legendary oyster omelette, or orh-luak, is one of the most loved hawker dishes.