Tiong Bahru Bakery Takes A Walk On The Wild Side With A Safari-Themed Cafe In Dempsey

Tiong Bahru Bakery has done it again. The local pastry and bakery stalwart, famed for their French Croissants, has opened its fifth outlet – a safari-themed space nestled in the lush surrounds of Dempsey.

There may not be any wild animals here, unless you count the illustrations and cushion prints, but there are chickens and bunnies on site!

If you’re planning your next trip to an African Safari, you can finally do so at TBB Safari – a 46 seater cafe serving rainbow lattes and power breakfast jars.

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No Wild Animals Here

Following a trip to Selinda Camp and Gomoti Plains Camp in Botswana, founder Cynthia Chua made use of the previously underutilised space in front of farm-to-table restaurant Open Farm Community. Where there once was an alfresco dining area now sits TBB Safari, with an all new, specially designed wooden gazebo and eco-friendly Airbitat coolers set at 25 degrees to regulate the temperature.

Being outdoors may sound cool in theory to some but not when you’re sweating in Singapore’s sweltering heat. Surrounded by Dempsey’s lush greenery, you can connect with nature in maximum comfort.

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Inspired by her trip to Botsawana, she decked out the cafe with flat-woven kilim rugs, framed butterfly taxidermy and custom-made wooden tables. For a semi-alfresco space, the pseudo-campsite is nothing short of cosy. It’s the perfect glamping experience minus the mosquitoes and heat.

Exclusive to Tiong Bahru Bakery Safari are anti-inflammatory caffeine-free drinks. The Turmeric & Ginger Latte ($6.50) and Beetroot & Ginger Latte ($6.50) are smooth, warm options perfect for a rainy day. You can also switch out the milk for soy or almond nut milk at no extra charge.

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TBB’s signature pastries and breads are also available at the new outlet, along with some Safari-exclusive items. Crafted for the health-conscious are their new power-breakfast jars packed with fruits and herbs plucked straight from the on-site garden. Think: pandan-infused pineapple on rolled oats in black sesame-infused milk ($8.80) and papaya infused with turmeric on a bed of tapioca pearls and coconut milk ($8.50).

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A limited edition Wild Safari Cake ($9.20) – an elegant confection of banana mousse, banana passionfruit confit coated in chocolate, and coconut praline feuilletine will be available until Dec 14.

Dempsey is not the easiest place to get to but it’s definitely worth the trip. However we heard that queues stretched on for two hours at the branch’s opening on 16 Nov, so you might have to plan your trip here!

Tiong Bahru Bakery Safari
Address: 130E Minden Road
Opening Hours: 8 – 5pm daily
Contact No.: 6877 4876

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This New Halal Deli In Bugis Serves Stacked Sandwiches With Hearty Fillings Like Rendang And Chilli Beef

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Like many types of food out there, sandwiches are easy to eat, quick to make and delicious to eat. This combination of food traits is perfect for a society that is always in a hurry but still loves eating.

Now, if you love sandwiches as much as we do, you might just wanna pay Stack a visit the next time you’re craving for one!

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Curator Of Fine Sandwiches

Stack is the latest addition to The Black Hole Group, known for its themed cafes. Located along Jalan Klapa, the muslim-owned sandwich deli gives you a variety of sandwiches to choose from. With unique sandwich names such as ‘The Makcik’, ‘Sweet Valley High’ and ‘Sleepy Nonna’, Stack is definitely worth a visit.

Being a sandwich deli surrounded by plenty of offices, Stack provides a grab-and-go alternative, especially for those with tight schedules and deadlines.

Here are some of sandwiches you have to try the next time you’re at Stack!

1. Chunky AF ($15)

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A definite crowd pleaser, this Chunky AF sandwich is thiccer than Nicki Minaj and Cardi B combined.

If you love a good bagel, this one comes with squashed lamb meatballs, peanut butter hummus, garden greens, roasted beets & eggplant with tzatziki which is basically a yogurt based sauce.

Make sure your wallet’s thicc too as this sandwich will cost you $15.

2. The Makcik ($13)

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Any makcik should know how to make good rendang and that is exactly what this sandwich is made of.

Using Rye bread, this sandwich comes with a generous portion of tri-tip beef rendang; garlic aioli; bruised tomatoes, garden greens, pickled onions and fresh jalapeños.

3. Sweet Valley High ($11)

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If you love a sweet and savoury sandwich, then you’ll love this one.

This sandwich comes with two slices of fluffy french toast with country apple and peach compote, hickory turkey ham; blueberry cream cheese with speculoos sauce.

This sandwich is bound to give you a sugar rush once you’re done with it.

4. Deli Alli ($13)

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The Deli Alli Challenge took over the internet by a storm so Stack also named one of their sandwiches after the famous football player.

Earn your spurs with the Deli Alli which consists of sourdough, hickory turkey ham, beef pepperoni, dill-brined chicken breast, pomegranate aioli, seedy slaw, bruised tomatoes and garden greens.

5. Sloppy Joe ($11)

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Everyone loves a good sloppy joe but have you ever had it in a sandwich form?

The Sloppy Joe sandwich comes with onion peppers chili beef, paprika BBQ, bruised tomatoes, onion jam and mild cheddar sandwiched between two pullman loaf.

You’ll be begging for seconds once you’re done with this one.

6. Blue Steel ($11)

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This Blue Steel sandwich is definitely Zoolander-approved!

The Blue Steel sandwich comes with a generous portion of crockpot chicken, sriracha aioli, seedy slaw, garden greens fresh jalapeños sandwiched between two pullman loaves.

7. Gold Finger ($9)

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Taking comfort food to another level, the Gold Finger sandwich will remind you of those egg mayo sandwiches your mother used to pack for breakfast!

Instead of being a plain ol’ egg mayo sandwich, this one comes with an extra touch of golden mustard and fresh dill.

8. Sleepy Nonna ($9)

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This is the perfect treat for those with a sweet tooth!

This sweet sandwich comes with two french toasts, ripen banana, crushed oreos, swiss cheese with nutella drizzled all over!

We all love a good sandwich every now and then. So if you’re looking for a change from the usual plain sandwiches from 7-11, head down to Stack instead to get your sandwich fix.

Hey lovely folks at Stack, if you ever need new names for your sandwiches, you know who to call!

Address: 4 Jalan Klapa, Singapore 199316
Opening Hours: 10am – 6pm daily
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From Korean Sandwiches To Steaks, Here Are 10 New Eateries In Century Square Worth Checking Out

Century Square at Tampines reopened its doors after a nine-month long facelift. What most people don’t know is that the newly revamped mall has plenty of new food spots that East Siders can claim “East Side, Best Side”.

Other than the regular favourites such as Ayam Penyet President, Maki San, FatPapas Burgers & Shakes, Men Men Don Don, there’s plenty of new eateries you can look forward to at Century Square.

Here are some of our favourites:

1. Two Hana

Two Hana is a Korean-fusion cafe that stands out from the rest by taking western dishes and giving them a Korean twist.

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They serve everything from rice bowls to pastas and small bites for a quick and fuss-free meal.

Some of the highlights include Kimchi Mac and Cheese ($9) which is a fried cube of kimchi-flavoured mac and cheese. If you’re looking for something heartier, we recommend getting the Striploin Bap ($15) or Korean Seafood Cioppino With Tofu ($12).

Two Hana
Unit number: #01-21
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Contant No.: 6260 4321

2. Seoul In A Sandwich

Korean food is one of the more popular cuisines among Singaporeans, with the food portions being easily shareable and comforting.

The Seoul Garden Group has come up with a new concept in the form of Seoul In A Sandwich. As its name suggests, it serves up sandwiches with a Korean twist. Expect western sandwiches with Korean flavours.

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The Bulgogi Cheesesteak ($8.50) is basically a Philly Cheesesteak sandwich, but it uses grilled Bulgogi beef instead. But the most ambitious crossover sandwich has got to be the Army Stew-ich ($8.50) which has stewed chicken hotdogs, chicken luncheon meat, tteokbokki, and daikon slaw slapped between ciabatta toasts.

Seoul In A Sandwich
Unit number: #B1-23
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Contact No.: 6260 4339

3. The Meathouse

Steak lovers, here’s a halal steakhouse set up by chef Benny Se Teo, the man behind Eighteen Chefs.

Just like his previous venture, you’ll find a decently-priced selection of soups, salads, sides, and proteins on the menu, which is actually quite extensive.

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You can order a whole Black Angus 250g Striploin Steak for just $22.50 or the Australian Tajima 200g Wagyu Striploin Steak for $45. If you’re looking for decent cut of steak for under $50, The Meathouse should be your next go-to.

All steaks are served with a side of hot bun, greens and café de Paris butter with a choice of mushroom, black pepper or garlic sauce.

The Meathouse
Unit number: #05-04
Opening hours: Sun – Thur: 11am – 10:30pm, Fri – Sat: 11am to 11pm
Contact No.: 6260 1752

4. Jian Bo Tiong Bahru Shui Kueh

There’re countless of Chwee Kueh’s stall in Singapore but Tiong Bahru Market’s Jian Bo Shui Kueh is always on everyone’s lips when asked where the best is.

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Now east siders no longer have to travel all the way to Tiong Bahru for their Chwee Kueh fix. The chwee kuehs have the right amount of bounce, and the preserved radish topping features a wonderfully savoury and spicy combination of flavours.

This certainly justifies the perpetual queues snaking in front of Jian Bo!

Jian Bo Tiong Bahru Shui Kueh
Unit Number: #B1-28
Opening Hours: 6am – 10pm daily
Contact No.: 6260 2551
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If you’re new to Mahota and not sure what to pick from their menu try out the Signature Mahota 9 Element Box (S$20) which is basically an omakase in a bento box. The nine “elements” in the box is a mixture of items from their Signature Plates (S$12 – S$19) and Small Plates (S$5 – S$9), which are also available on the menu.

Mahota Kitchen
Unit Number: #01-11
Opening Hours: 11am to 10pm daily
Contact No.: 6260 8018
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They’re known for serving hearty soups paired with zhnged-up popiah. Some favourites include Souper Shroomy ($3.90/$5.20/$6.80) and the Boston Clam Chowder ($4.40/$5.70/$7.30).

As for the popiahs, they’re rolled with 100% handmade popiah skin. Get either The Traditional ($2.90) or The Seafood Wasabi Mayo ($5.30) which comes with fresh shrimp, seasoned tune & crabsticks, wakame seaweed and light wasabi mayonnaise.

Unit Number: #01-34
Opening Hours: Mon – Fri: 9am-9:30pm, Sat & Sun: 9:30am-9:30pm
Contact No.: 6781 1031

7. Beef Bro

If you were at the Geylang Serai Bazaar this year, you’ll probably recognise Beef Br.

Opened by Mediacorp actor Danial Ashriq, Beef Bro made their debut at the Geylang Serai Bazaar this year and drew crowds with up to an hour and a half of waiting time.

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What they’re known for is, of course, beef. Specifically, flame-grilled beef cubes, like the ones you find in Taiwan.

Each order of beef cubes is seared and cooked with a blow torch upon order and comes with a selection of toppings such as Mentaiko, Cheese, Garlic Chilli, Barbecue Sauce, and even their signature Sambal Belacan!

Beef Bro’s signature Beef Cubes are available in 130g ($7.90)and 200g ($12.90). 

Beef Bro
Unit No: #B1-38
Opening Hours: Mon-Fri 11am to 9pm, Sat-Sun 10am to 9:30pm
Contact No.: 8484 4359

8. Nakhon Kitchen

This Thai eatery needs little introduction, especially since all their branches enjoy long queues.

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If you’re a huge fan of Thai food, you might want to consider adding Nakhon to your list. Be prepared to queue during peak hours though, this place is well known for their affordable yet quality food.

Some of the must-try dishes at Nakhon include Phad Thai, Pandan Chicken and of course the Tom Yam Soup.

Nakhon Kitchen
Unit No: #01-42
Opening Hours: 11am – 9.30pm, daily
Contact No.: 6260 1632

9. Pizza Express

Pizza Express is a restaurant that will impress you with their take on both classic and unconventional pizzas.

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One of their more unique creations would be the Laksa Pizza ($28) which comes with prawns, mussels, squid clams, quail eggs, fried beancurd (tau pok) and homemade laksa sauce.

They also serve handmade pastas. The Lobster and Crabmeat Ravioli comes with a velvety mushroom and pomodoro sauce.

Pizza Express
Unit Number: #02-20/27
Opening Hours: 11am – 10pm, daily
Contact No.: 6260 6383

10. Cheese Addiction

The cheese raclette trend may be a fad but cheese will always be a favourite for Singaporeans. Cheese Addiction is another kiosk in the basement that sells a variety of baked cheese bites.

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Some favourites include Raclette Tori Karage ($6.50), Mac and Cheese ($5.90) and Kimchi Cheese Tteokbokki ($5.90).

Cheese Addiction
Unit Number: #B1-39
Opening Hours: 10am – 9.30pm, daily
Contact No.: 9029 5838

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(Header Image Source: Beef Bro, Seoul In A Sandwich, The Meathouse, Two Hana)

Friendship Is Magic This September As A My Little Pony Cafe Pops Up At Bugis

For those who believe in magic, unicorns and flying ponies, Kumoya has exciting news for you.

Your favourite characters from My Little Pony are flying from their home in Equestria to Singapore’s shores from 27 September – 30th December as part of Singapore’s first My Little Pony x Kumoya pop-up cafe!

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Friendship Is Magic

In the past, we’ve seen Miffy, Care Bears and Tokidoki-themed character cafes hosted by Kumoya. This time round, the young and young at heart can expect an explosion of rainbows, stars, fluffy clouds and all the My Little Pony stars in action.

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Together with Shirley Wong (Little Miss Bento), Kumoya has created a special My Little Pony inspired menu for everyone.

Here are some dishes that will be available at the My Little Pony x Kumoya pop-up cafe:


Magic Friendship Rainbow Big Breakfast ($24.90)

A breakfast designed by Rainbow Dash and Pinkie Pie just for you – toasted house-made rainbow bread, chicken and beef sausages, crispy turkey bacon, chicken ham, grilled tomato, scrambled eggs, hash brown with a side of fresh garden salad.

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Twilight Sparkle Soaring Skies Chicken Katsu Burger ($22.90)

Head skywards for this juicy chicken katsu on a mantou with wings! Drizzled with house-made teriyaki sauce, cheddar cheese, tomato, fresh garden salad, Twilight Sparkle mantou with a side of curly fries.

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Friendship Meets Love Seafood Curry Rice ($28.90)

If you’re craving for something heartier and savoury, this dish consists of Japanese rice infused with beetroots, accompanied by breaded ebi, calamari and scallop, fresh tempura salmon, steamed broccoli, cherry tomatoes and house-made tempura potato cake hearts.

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Pinkie Pie Pack Pack-a-Punch Strawberry Cake ($17.90)

Just like Pinkie Pie herself, this fully loaded dessert is pony power packed with Strawberry sponge cake with kanten jelly, vanilla Hokkaido soft serve, fluffy cotton candy, sweet pink lollipop, marshmallow, pink chocolate slab, strawberry cereal crunch and fresh strawberries.

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Candylicious Rainbow Fruity Shibuya Toast ($24.90)

Expect a rainbow explosion in this dessert. With a toasted buttery bread tower, vanilla Hokkaido soft serve, Rainbow Dash cookies, colourful rainbow cookie, fresh berries and fruits, rainbow lollipop, fruity candy drops, drizzled with warm dark chocolate sauce.

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Magical Princesses With Magic Potion Galaxy Cake ($21.90)

Whip out your camera as you pour the multi-coloured shiny galaxy glaze over the mango mousse cake right in front of you, complete with magical dry ice – for your Instagram, of course!

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Rainbow Dash Fluffy Clouds Bubblegum Soda with Fluffy Cotton Candy/ Twilight Sparkle Sparkling Water Melon Soda with Fluffy Cotton Candy ($12.90)

Make a quick dash for this delicious high-flying soda. Both soda comes with a fluffy cotton candy cloud.

That’s not all, all beverages are served with a limited edition coaster (5 different designs to collect)! While stocks last.

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Like the previous character cafes, dining time is limited to 90 minutes and there is a minimum spending of $10 per person.

The My Little Pony pop-up cafe will run from 27 September 2018 to 30 December 2018.

Will you be heading to the My Little Pony pop-up cafe at Kumoya this September?

My Little Pony x Kumoya
Address: Kumoya Cafe, 8 Jalan Klapa, Singapore 199320
Opening Hours: Tuesday – Thursday, Sunday: 12.00pm – 9.30pm, Friday and Saturday: 12.00pm – 10.00pm, Closed on Mondays

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This New Cafe Serves The Dopa-st Gelato In S’pore, And You Can Choose To Have It With Croissant!

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!

New to the slew of cafés that have been sprouting on South Bridge Road is a small artisanal ice cream cafe, Dopa Dopa Creamery.

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Dose of DOPAmine

Located just 2 minutes away from Clarke Quay MRT, Dopa Dopa Creamery is the perfect place to unwind on those hot sunny afternoons.

Whether it is a scoop of refreshing sorbet in the middle of the day or an indulgent dessert to end off your night, Dopa Dopa Creamery will please you with their range of ice cream.

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Selling out on their first day of operations, here is why you need to make a trip down to Dopa Dopa Creamery if you need to satisfy your sweet tooth.

Serving only a maximum of 8 ice-cream flavours a day, Dopa Dopa Creamery’s stretchy, gooey and creamy gelato is something for hot days. The thick consistency gives the icy treat a slight chewiness, which makes it great on their crunchy cone, flaky croissant and, of course, on its own.


The Watermelon Mint and Apple Ginger sorbets are refreshing options, but if you’re seeking richer flavours, get the Roasted Pistachio or Speculoos with Lotus Biscuit which features bits and pieces of crushed caramel biscuits mixed into a creamy and milky base, giving it an extra crunchy texture

Premium flavours include Green Tea Toasted Rice, Hojicha, Home Roasted Pistachio, Home Roasted Hazelnut, and Speculoos with Lotus Biscuit.

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Basic flavours like Banana, Apple Ginger Sorbet and Watermelon Mint Sorbet, meanwhile, are lighter and refreshing, making them a perfect accompaniment to the richer, premium flavours.

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We highly recommend skipping the mainstream cups and cones and going straight for their flaky butter croissants instead ($5.50).

Plus, Dopa Dopa Creamery also serves staple coffee selection such as the flat white, black and espresso as well as a range of brewed tea from local tea retailer Leefe Tea. So coffee enthusiasts can look forward to getting a cuppa to complement the sweetness of their desserts.

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If you’re looking for a decent stopover for some grab-and-go ice-cream, then head on down to Dopa Dopa Creamery for a treat.

Dopa Dopa Creamery
Address: 29 South Bridge Road, #01-01, Singapore 059665
Opening Hours: Mon – Thurs : 12.00pm – 10.00pm, Fri – Sat : 12.00pm – 11.00pm, Sun : 12.00pm – 10.00pm
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A Poke Theory Is S’pore’s First Halal Poke Place – Customise Your Bowls From $9.90

If there’s one thing I’ve noticed growing up as a Muslim in Singapore would be the lack of healthy Halal-certified food options.

Most salad bars and poke bowl restaurants in Singapore aren’t halal so imagine my happiness when A Poke Theory finally announced that they finally got their Halal-certification.

Of course I had to head down and try it out for myself and finally understand what the hype surrounding poke bowls are all about.

Life’s Too Short To Eat Bad Food

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!

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In Hawaii, it’s often found everywhere, from gas stations to roadside stands. Diners get to pick out the kind of poke they want and get it to go in a Styrofoam container.

Stepping into A Poke Theory instantly brought me back to the time I first had my poke bowl in LA. It’s modern, minimal and even the music selection was a 10 out of 10. Definitely a great place to gather your friends or family for a healthy meal.

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A Poke Theory has been around since July 2016 and it only made sense for them to move towards feeding a community even larger than what they they were already catering for.

There were several major changes that the owner, Joey Lee, and his head chef had to make to the recipes in order to maintain the same taste and quality. They spent over 3 weeks making changes to the soy sauce which was a major part of the marinade as well as coming up with their own furikake which took over a month and half.

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Despite all the delays and challenges that they faced, they managed to re-engineer their prized marinades with Halal-certified ingredients to achieve the same taste as their original non-Halal marinades.

I spoke to one of the founders of A Poke Theory, Joey Lee, who is the mastermind behind all the recipe creations.

“Normally if you already have a winning formula, you wouldn’t want to change it. However, if we can make the Halal ingredients taste the same or even improve the recipe, it pushes us out of our comfort zone.”

In fact, they taste almost similar that regular customers could barely see the change in the recipes as adaptations to include Halal ingredients have already been incorporated to gradually over the last 4 months so as to keep quality control at its peak.

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Ordering a Poke bowl here is simple. All you have to do is pick a size ($9.90, $12.90, $15.90), your choice of base, poke (up to 2 options), free toppings and additional premium toppings that are freshly made daily.

If it’s your first time ordering a poke bowl, we highly recommend you getting the Lemon Herb Quinoa which pairs really well with the poke. It’s definitely a lighter option as compared to the signature sushi rice.

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Be adventurous and get both the tuna and salmon! Their two best-selling poke would be the Spicy Garlic Sesame Tuna and Avocado Miso Salmon. The Avocado Miso sauce is a hit at A Poke Theory as the sauce is thick and creamy from the combination of olive oil, fresh spinach leaves and greek yoghurt. No mayo is included which makes it completely healthy and guilt-free!

They’ll be releasing new seasonal special flavours as well. Diners can look forward to their Romesco Salmon soon which is a bold step away from their typical Asian flavours.

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With the smallest bowl priced at $9.90, it’s definitely an affordable and healthy lunch option especially if you’re working around the CBD areas.

If you’re looking for a healthy sweet treat, A Poke Theory makes gorgeous looking Superfood smoothie bowls which makes for a great post-gym fuel or after-work tête-à-têtes.

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Swap your morning coffee for their cold pressed juices which ais packed with lotsa wholesome goodness, all bottled and ready to go for you. Their juice recipes are improvised from whatever leftover ingredients which is in line with A Poke Theory’s aim to minimise food wastage and making the most out of anything salvageable.

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For those can’t get enough of their premium toppings especially their highly raved ‘Spiced Roasted Cashews’, you can get them in to-go snack packs for $6 each.

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Look no further when it comes to healthy lunch options, pop by A Poke Theory for affordable and fresh poke bowls that won’t leave you in a post-lunch food coma.

A Poke Theory (Telok Ayer)
27 Boon Tat Street, Singapore 069623
Opening Hours: Mon – Fri: 11am – 8pm, Saturdays: 11am – 4pm, Closed Sundays & Public Holidays
Contact No.: 6904 8189

A Poke Theory (Bugis)
#01-36/37, DUO Galleria, 7 Fraser St, Singapore 189356
Opening Hours: Mon – Fri: 11am – 9pm,  Sat – Sun: 11am – 4pm, Closed on major Public Holidays

A Poke Theory (Kent Ridge)
#02-12, One@KentRidge, 1 Lower Kent Ridge Road, Singapore 119082
Opening Hours: Mon – Fri: 11am – 8pm,  Sat – Sun: 11am – 3.30pm, Closed on Sundays & Public Holidays

A Poke Theory (Marina One)
#B2-52, Marina One, The Heart, 5 Straits View, Singapore 018935
Opening Hours: Mon – Fri: 11am – 8pm,  Closed on Weekends & Public Holidays
Contact No.: 6284 3100
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10 Best Places To Get Ice Cream And Waffles Because CRAVINGS

There’s always time and place for ice cream and waffles. Honestly, is there anything not to love about waffles?

Trust the perfect waffle and ice cream combination to perk up your dreary week. Here’s a list of the best waffles in Singapore.

1. Twenty Grammes

A sweet aroma of vanilla and milky goodness greets you as you step into Twenty Grammes, reminiscent of late Sunday mornings when a scrumptious brunch of homemade waffles was in order.

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Enjoy your crisp waffles and sit back in a comfortable and relaxed environment.

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Their S’mores Waffle ($15) has got to be one of their best creations yet. The waffles are infused with graham crackers to give it that crispy exterior. Chocolate hazelnut sauce is drizzled all over the waffle along with crushed graham crackers.

Pair it with a scoop of gelato of your choice. Top it off with torched marshmallows and whipped cream. This S’mores Waffle definitely hits the spot after a long week at work!

Twenty Grammes
Address: 753 North Bridge Road, #01-01, Singapore 198721
Opening Hours:
Sun – Thurs: 12pm – 10pm, Fri – Sat: 12pm – 1am
Contact No.: 

2. Creamier

This next place hardly needs an introduction. Creamier is everyone’s go-to for great and affordable ice cream and waffles.

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Creamier definitely trumps in the number of ice cream flavours offered. Not forgetting their waffles that are well executed – crisp on the outside and fluffy on the inside. You’ll never get jelak of their waffles and ice cream!

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Their freshly churned ice cream is consistently good, and they often introduce seasonal flavours to keep things fresh. We highly recommend their two best sellers – Earl Grey Lavender and Sea Salt Gula Melaka.

Ice cream here starts from $3.50 a scoop, with premium flavours going at $4.50 a scoop.

Creamier Toa Payoh
Find your nearest location here

3. Wimbly Lu

Wimbly Lu is practically synonymous with waffles as it was one of the pioneers behind the waffles craze in Singapore a few years ago.

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There’s just something about the waffles here that feels so right. You feel instantly warm and comforted once you take a bite of their waffles.

While the waffles may look ordinary at first glance, you know what they say – do not judge a book by its cover. The waffles here are fluffy and light.

We do love their waffle paired with Salted Caramel and Honey Cinnamon Ice Cream – best for a treat yo’self day. You can choose either a single scoop ($8.50) or a double scoop ($11.50) of ice cream to go with the waffle.

Wimbly Lu
Find your nearest location 4. Shrove Tuesday

Shrove Tuesday fully embodies its name with their extensive menu which you can’t help but devour.

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One of the popular items on their menu would be the Nonya Chendol Waffle ($13.90), which consists of 2 scoops of chendol gelato and vanilla soft serve, topped with Azuki beans, chendol jelly, desiccated coconut flakes before drizzled with Gula Melaka.

If you love your chendol, then we highly recommend you trying it in waffle form from Shrove Tuesday

Shrove Tuesday
Block 94 Lorong 4 Toa Payoh, #01-32, Singapore 310094
Opening Hours:
Sun – Thurs: 10am – 10pm, Fri – Sat: 10am – 11pm
Contact No.: 
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The magical Unicorn Whoaffle ($14) comes with with a scoop of Lavender White Chocolate and Toasted Marshmallow ice cream atop their chewy Whoaffle.

The horns were all meringue and certainly added to the cute factor of this dish. Whip out your phones because this set is great for the gram’.

Hatter Street
Block 212 Hougang Street 21 #01-333, Singapore 530212
Opening Hours: Tues – Sun: 1pm – 10pm
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This amazing concoction comes with vanilla bean ice-cream, caramelised bananas, milo crumble and drizzled with a healthy amount of milo sauce – a recipe for happiness!

Strangers’ Reunion
 33/35/37 Kampong Bahru Rd, Singapore 169355
Opening Hours:
Sun – Thurs: 9am – 10pm, Fri – Sat: 9am – 12am, Closed on Tuesdays
Contact No.: 
6222 4869

7. Lickety 

With its mint green storefront and matching pastel furnishing, it comes as no surprise that Lickety stands out from the row of souvenir shops and Middle Eastern restaurants.

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The star of the show is definitely their Egglet Ice Cream Bouquet (from $8.90). The egglets comes in two flavours – buttermilk and red velvet. You can choose either of these flavours or go ‘half-and-half” if you want the best of both worlds.

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Lickety carries a wide assortment of flavours ranging from my personal favourite Honey Lavender and Earl Grey and Fig to more localised flavours such as Taro Yam.

This dessert is definitely best shared between two people!

34 Bussorah St, Singapore 199452
Opening Hours:
11am – 11pm, daily
Contact No.: 
6291 7670

8. Sunday Folks

If you’re in need of a laid back, messy hair, lazy kind of Sunday, then Sunday Folks is right up your alley.

The folks behind this cafe takes pride in concocting their own original recipes and paying homage to the freshness and tastefulness of their desserts.

Their desserts don’t just look good – they taste good too!

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I’ve always loved their Sea Salt Gula Melaka Ice Cream Waffles ($11.80) . You can expect a freshly baked Belgian waffle paired with strawberries and drizzled with maple syrup and chocolate hazelnut sauce.

Trust me, the amazing waffles at Sunday Folks won’t disappoint!

Sunday Folks
44 Jalan Merah Saga, #01-52 Chip Bee Gardens, Singapore 278116
Opening Hours: Tues – Thurs: 1pm – 10pm, Fri – Sat: 12pm – 11pm, Sun: 12pm – 10pm, Closed on Mondays
Contact No.: 
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Their Chocolate Rootbeer Waffle with Charcoal Vanilla Soft Serve ($12) is definitely a hit among customers.

The rectangular waffle comes with a chocolate chip cookie, and an ash grey charcoal vanilla soft serve to top it all off. The charcoal soft serve had a hint of root beer in every mouthful, which does not overwhelm the original vanilla taste.

The Cold Pantry
88 Rangoon Road #01-01, Singapore 218374
Opening Hours:
Mon – Fri: 4pm – 10pm, Sat – Sun: 12pm – 10pm

10. Holy Cow

Nestled amidst the quiet, laid-back charms of the old Yishun town, Holy Cow Creamery is a great chill-out spot.

Escape to Yishun (can’t believe we’re saying this) for your dose of Ice Cream & good times.

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Enjoy their delicious ice cream concocted in their very own kitchen, paired with crisp waffles. We highly recommend their charcoal waffles if you’re looking for something different from the plain ol’ waffle.

Holy Cow
44 Jalan Merah Saga, #01-52 Chip Bee Gardens, Singapore 278116
Opening Hours: Tues – Thurs: 1pm – 10pm, Fri – Sat: 12pm – 11pm, Sun: 12pm – 10pm, Closed on Mondays
Contact No.: 
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Gather Your Amigos For Affordable Halal Spanish Tapas At The Great Mischief

Great news for all you trendsetters, influencers, vloggers, cafe hoppers, young couples looking for a place to paktor and you!

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.

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If you’re planning on where to have brunch this weekend, this hidden gem in Little India is your go-to brunch spot with your amigos.

Run by the lovely folks behind The Black Hole Group who operates Working Title, Afterwit, The Mad Sailors and Santap, you know the food served at The Great Mischief is gonna be amazing.

Gather Your Companeros

Located right smack in backpacker’s haven, The Great Mischief is a cafe located conveniently at the lobby of The Great Madras Hotel, with open air dining and al-fresco seats.

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The Great Mischief serves some seriously amazing Spanish tapas ideal for sharing and gathering.

Even though we have zero idea on how to pronounce at least half of the food items on here, they all sound bloody amazing. Just take a look at it!

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There’s a variety of tapas for you to choose from at very affordable prices. Perfect for all you individuals going on a budget but still want to enjoy quality food!

The Croquetas ($9) is what we describe as love at first bite. Choose between pulled beef or chopped mushrooms in breaded smashed potatoes.

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Another hit on their menu is the Gambas Al Ajillo ($12). These prawns are perfectly pan fried and tossed in their homemade garlic sauce. These prawns really packs a punch of flavours.

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They’ve recently revealed a Raciones menu as well! It is not typical to order raciones by yourself; the portions are far too large to be enjoyed without company. To do so would really limit the variety of what you are trying since you are unlikely to have the appetite to eat that much – but you do you!

The Filet De Tonyina ($24) is a yellowfin tuna with a herbed breadcrumb crust served with mix greens.

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This next one is perhaps our favourite on their menu. The Fideuà De Marisc ($22) is a squid ink paella pasta cooked in a seafood broth with prawns and aioli.

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Their new raciones are made for sharing, but will you want to after looking at those images?

What’s a good meal without desserts? The Churro Con Chocolat ($8) comes with 2 perfectly fried churros rolled in cinnamon sugar served with a dark chocolate dip.

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Complete your meal with their mocktails such as the Startled ($9) which is an interesting concoction of cinnamon, egg white, kaya, lemon, milk.

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If Spanish cuisine is your thing, this place is the ideal place for those sit down, chit chat sessions with your makan kakis. Great ambience, amazing food at affordable prices, what more can you ask for?

The Great Mischief
Address: 28 Madras Street, Singapore 208422
Opening Hours: Mon – Thurs: 6pm – 10.30pm, Fri: 6pm – 2am, Sat: 12pm – 2am, Sun: 12pm – 6pm
Contact no.: 9392 2762

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Singapore’s First Vegan Ice Cream Joint Takes The ‘Guilty’ Away From Pleasure

If you’re like me and you ate your entire body weight in steamboat and treats over the Chinese New Year break, it’s time to get back in shape!

But who says you can’t enjoy a little sweat treat every now and then.

Over at Brownice, they serve up one of the best vegan ice creams in Singapore and best part, it’s completely guilt-free!

You Can Have Your Ice Cream And Eat It Too

Being vegan or lactose-intolerant, you probably know how frustrating it is to be restricted from ice creams.

Fret not, Brownice serves vegan-friendly ice cream that uses brown rice as a substitute. Yes, you read that right. No dairy or eggs in this one!

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If you’re expecting a rich gelato texture, unfortunately Brownice’s ice cream is less creamy and more icy (think of a cross between sorbet and ice cream).

While it is texturally lighter on the palate, it certainly does not lack flavour.

Looking for something light and refreshing for those hot sunny days? Their fruit based flavours such as the Sunny Strawberry Fields (from $3.50 per scoop) will be the choice to go for.

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For creamier flavours, you should definitely try out their Black Sesame, Gila Gula Melaka and The Perfect Matcha.

Even better, treat yourself and go for the Waffle-licious Ice Cream ($8 with a scoop of ice cream).

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Brownice prides in the fact that their ice cream contains less than 3% fat and boasts a calorie count of 80-140kcal per scoop. How’s that for your waistline?

Their outlet at East Coast Road serves a variety of Italian fare as well. Brownice is here to prove that Italian food can still be enjoyed if you’re vegan.

They serve one of the best vegan friendly pizzas ($14-$19) I’ve tried to date. You can barely taste the difference from your traditional Italian pizza.

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The pastas ($10-$18) have great flavours too although most are tomato-based. Their Lasagna ($17), which features layers of diced eggplants and tofu in a thick and creamy tomato ragu sauce, is a crowd favourite!

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Brownice has got our stamp of approval if you’re looking at vegan-friendly options. We’re surprised this place hasn’t opened all over Singapore yet.

Dear Brownice owners, if you’re reading this, please open 30 more branches all over Singapore. We’re more than happy to throw all our angbao money just for your ice cream!

Brownice Italian Vegan Ice Cream & Kitchen
Address: 53 East Coast Road, Singapore 428711
Opening Hours: Sun – Thu: 12pm – 10pm, Fri – Sat: 12pm – 10.30pm ​
Contact no.: 6348 2295
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Raise The Woof On Your Dog’s Birthday With Treats From These 5 Pet Bakeries

Your pet’s birthday (or barkday) is round the corner. Sure, the fur kiddos may not actually know what the occasion is, but why not treat them to some birthday goodies anyway? Put the kibbles aside for a day and pamper your pet with baked treats from these paw-some bakeries.

1. Barking Good

This artisanal pet bakery serves up tons of pet-friendly treats that are preservative-free, made from all-natural and human-grade ingredients and AVA-licensed to boot. (And yes, the grub here is in fact barking good.)

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Get a bouquet of floral-decorated Pupcakes ($30) or indulge in a made-to-order whole Personal Cake (from $28)! Think juicy, succulent meat fillings on the inside, frosted with your favourite colours on the outside.

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Besides the usual baked goods, Barking Good also doles out unconventional pet treats fresh from the kitchen. Get your pup a Pizza Thin ($18) made of lean, minced meat and assorted vegetables baked into a crispy cheddar & apple thin-crust base.

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And when durian season comes around, your fur kids can indulge in the nation’s favourite fruit too. Treat them to some of Barking Good’s Durian Tartlets ($17)—made from durian, organic oat flour, organic brown rice flour and eggs.

Barking Good
128 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3 #01-1849, Singapore 560128
Contact no.: 8121 0241

2. The Barkery

From broths to cakes, The Barkery is where you can pick up some luxury eats for your posh pooch.

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Indulge your pet in a slow-cooked bone broth ($9.80 for 350ml) that’s cooked for over 48 hours, made of real beef and pork bones, and frozen into adorable bone and paw-shaped blocks. Or treat them to a hearty serving of mutt-loaf ($15) made of ground meat and vegetables!

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Planning a party for your paw pals? Order up one of The Barkery’s signature Big Paws ($68). This massive cake feeds up to 15 dogs, and sure packs a punch while making for a nutritional treat—it’s made with minced meat, wholemeal flour, rolled oats, molasses, eggs and celery.

The Barkery
326 Joo Chiat Rd, Singapore 427583
Opening Hours: Mon – Sat: 10am – 8pm; Sun: 10am – 6pm

3. Bossi Paws

If adorable cake designs are what you’re looking for, Bossi Paws is the place to check out.

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Go crazy and order an extravagantly decorated birthday cake for your pup’s next barkday, or pick up a batch of made-to-order pupcakes to simply spoil your furry kiddo with.

The cakes here are so Cake Boss-worthy, they’ll definitely up your ‘gram game. Think sweet treats made in the stylings of a massive sushi, topped with salmon chunks, and delicately-frosted pupcakes beautified with strawberries that are cut to look like flowers.

Bossi Paws
110 Turf Club Road, Singapore 288000
Contact no.: 8858 6661

4. Feed My Paws

The cakes at Feed My Paws are handmade with lots of love by professional dog-sitter-slash-cake-maestro Crystle.

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Her pet-food business started in her days of pet-sitting, where she’d make nutritional and healthy meals from scratch for the pets in her care. Crystle also keeps up a DIY recipe blog, if you’re looking for some food inspo!

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Variety is the name of the game here. Feed My Paws does it all, from Mini Donuts ($22.50+) to cheese crackers and organic pupcakes. Feed My Paws also doesn’t forget the feline friends! Here, you can pick up a treat for your cat in the form of Salmon Chips ($15) or tasty Fish Jerky ($9).

Feed My Paws
Opening Hours: 
Tue – Fri: 12pm – 6pm; Sat: 12pm – 2pm; Closed on Sun & Mon

5. The Snoring Dog Gourmet

When you’re man’s best friend, you surely deserve nothing but the best. The Snoring Dog is where you’ll get it.

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Specialising in custom-made fancy cakes, The Snoring Dog’s kitchen doles out elaborately-decorated layer-cakes complete with custom figurine cake-toppers.

The figurines are made of polymer clay, carved according to your dog’s dietary needs or party theme, and in the image of your pup. Who can say no to a mini Lucky!

The Snoring Dog Gourmet
Address: 47 Mandalay Rd, Singapore 308227
Opening hours: Thu – Tue: 10am – 6pm; Closed on Wed

With these great bakeries, you and your fur kid will be spoiled for choice, so ditch the dog food and let them eat cake!

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