Nasi Beringin was once sold in Singapore for a short period of time in the 1950s but gradually disappeared from the local Malay food scene.
We all grew up in Singapore. Right? Most of us. But anyway, my point is we all grew up in a neighbourhood and have lots of memories tied to a certain area in Singapore. Since my colleagues hail from different parts of Singapore, I decided to do a little investigation to find out where they grew up.
Tucked away in the northern region of Singapore, Yishun makes news headlines regularly. From drug ring busts and cat murders to civilians trying to attack policemen with stun guns, Yishun has developed a reputation for bad news.
One Sushi is a 68-seater, home-grown sushi restaurant that stands out from its competitors. Their two-tiered conveyor belt features a regular sushi conveyor belt on the bottom, while the top tier is a "track" for "sushi cars" to deliver the sushi that you order à la carte via the iPad.
Trains broke down and students flashed the middle finger on national television. Here are the most Singaporean things that defined 2017.
Fancy food, fancy cocktails and fancy coffee.
Even if it takes an hour on the MRT, you'll still wanna head to Yishun!
Have you seen us so united before?