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Butter My Buns – Tiramisu Hero Opens Café at NUS UTown. Don’t Go If You Are Rushing For Lectures Because…

Students these days are blessed with easily accessible cafes within campus. Think having café food in between lectures, project meeting over artisanal coffee and munching on takeaway waffles during tutorial classes. Ok, we do sound really old here… The Tiramisu Hero team (Hello Peggy) at Jalan Besar with the cat mascot has started buttering their […]

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Atlas Coffeehouse – Assembly Coffee Opens A Sister Cafe At Bukit Timah. This, We Love.

Atlas, not ‘atas’ coffeeshop. Just because this café is located at Bukit Timah doesn’t mean that it is ‘atas’ (meaning ‘above’ in Malay, ‘high class’ in Singlish). Atlas Coffeehouse is helmed by the team behind Assembly Coffee, known for their Shibuya toasts, waffles and coffee to appeal to university undergraduates. This venture at Duke’s Road, […]

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KEK Keng Eng Kee – Modern Zi Char Fare At Pandan Gardens, Including Salted Egg and Moonlight Spaghetti

I would consider Keng Eng Kee at Bukit Merah View one of Singapore’s best zhi char restaurants – some original signature items, dishes with wok hei, and actually good service with no (or few) grumpy aunties. Chef Wayne of Keng Eng Kee is giving it a modern touch with its new outlet at Pandan Gardens […]

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AmaSoy – Matcha Softserve Churros & Hokkaido Milk Drinks Now Available At Jurong Point & Bugis Plus

Softserve and churros while like heaven and earth apart, seems to work well together. One’s crispy and hot, the other cold and smooth. AmaSoy which now focuses on its Hokkaido Milk Drinks and Soft Serve (instead of the initial collagen soy puddings), has opened at Jurong Point (opposite Malaysia Boleh) and Bugis Plus (next to […]

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Crystal Jade La Mian Xiao Long Bao – 10 New Dishes, Including Chilli Crab & Salted Egg Yolk Xiao Long Bao

Talking about the Michelin Guide, do you know that Crystal Jade La Mian Xiao Long Bao in Hong Kong has been included in the Michelin Bib Gourmand Guide consistently for the last few years? We should be proud of this brand which started way back in Singapore during 1991. Which also means that Crystal Jade […]

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Tuan Yuan Pork Ribs Soup 团缘肉骨茶 – Ya Hua Sets Up Another Bak Kut Teh Eatery At Tiong Bahru

When the children of the founders of Outram Park Ya Hua Rou Gu Cha 欧南园亚华肉骨茶 wanted to set up a shop on their own, they were not allowed to use the original brandname. In a bold move, owner Mr Gwee Song How wanted his children to learn more about entrepreneur and hardship from ground zero, […]

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Nunuiwangja 눈의 왕자 – Korean “Snow Prince” Bingsu With A Hidden Popsicle

Nunuiwangja (pronounced as Nun-ee-wang-ja in Korean) also known as “Snow Prince”, set up his fortress in the hills at HillV2 Away from the hustle and bustle of the city, he will probably feel lonely staying up in the Hill(wiew) until the Downtown line for HillView station opens next month. Being the nth Korean bingsu café […]

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Vons Chicken 본스치킨 – Vroom To More Than 20 Types of Korean Fried Chicken At 321 Clementi!

Are you a fan of Korean Fried and Oven Roasted Chicken? Popular Korean Fried Chicken, Vons Chicken, with more than 150 outlets worldwide (USA, China, Australia etc) since 1989 had opened their first outlet in Singapore at 321 Clementi Ave 3. Wah, there are more than 20 different types of Korean Fried Chickens here. 20! […]

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Dabang – Korean Café In The Day, Don’t Tell Mama Bistro By Night

After a string of pretty and family-friendly types of Korean Cafes in Singapore, Dabang at Tanjong Pagar is a breath of fresh air with a more edgy look and ambience. This new concept by the Chicken Up people has two faces: Dabang, an Australian brunch and dessert café with a Korean twist by day; and […]

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Jurong Point – Best Of Asian Food Under One Roof

Jurong Point is almost like a mini-town of its own, that you can have a wide range of food varieties all under one roof. A friend says “JP is self-sufficient; don’t have to go down town anymore.” Its food highlights are located in ‘precincts’ such as Mongkok, Malaysia Boleh!, Korean Street, Japanese food street Shokutsu […]

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