Out of all the varieties of crustaceans we know and love, the lobster is so special they even have restaurant chains named after them. As some of you may know, one of these renowned chains recently landed on our shores.
Been on the hunt for food kiosks or restaurants to have an express meal at? We’ve compiled 12 best places in Singapore for a grab and go meal that’s perfect whether you’re looking for a quick lunch fix or post-work dinner.
Making plans to eat out? Whether you’re in need of some fresh air and a dose of sunlight or you’re just looking to have a chill time surrounded by picturesque scenery and people watching, here are 14 places for alfresco dining in Singapore.
Sometimes you just need to be out of your comfort zone (read: in bed snuggled in your sheets) to be productive at work. Now that you are out of the house, where do you go next?
Breakfast food is one of the most versatile foods - they are sweet yet savoury, light yet filling, and at times they make you crave it even during the oddest timings of the day.
A fan of the annual fireworks show on New Year’s Eve? This year, instead of watching the fireworks from the screen, why not have a visual feast and watch it in person instead?
Dining with a view of the sun (or moon, depending on the time!) glistening off the water is one of our favourite and most idyllic ways to dine. That’s why we have rounded up this list of our top waterside restaurants in Singapore.
When it comes to the great British afternoon tea, Singapore has quite the array to choose from. Here, we round-up the good, the delicious and the utterly indulgent that are sure to have you waddling home afterwards.
From a casual pre-cinema dinner to a fancy celebratory meal or mid-shop coffee stop, Suntec has got to be one of Singapore’s more under-rated go-to‘s for dining.
Headed for a relaxed beach getaway to Phuket? Home to various resorts, markets and bars, we know it can be tough to whittle down the list of restaurants and cafes to visit given the limited time (and sadly, stomach space) but we’ve got your back.
We all know that cooking itself is a form of art. A dish is like a canvas, and the chef, an artist. A chef creates his work of art through the food items he served, and we can think of no better form of artistic food expression than through dim sum.
You've got your favourite curry house and your go-to for butter chicken, but how about the breads? Whether enjoyed as an accompaniment or made the hero of your meal, it's time to shine a spotlight on humble crafted doughs from the sub-continent, including dosa, prata, murtabak and naan.
Haji Lane is famous amongst locals and tourists alike for its graffitied walls and hipster cafes. A favourite hang-out spot for both locals and tourists, it’s also home to countless of multi-themed cafes.
The best thing about the Singapore Formula 1? The night-time scheduling that leaves plenty of time for brunches, dinners and perhaps even a little free-flow action before you head down to the track.
With just about every possible cuisine you can think of available on this little red dot we call home, Singapore truly is a food lover’s paradise. An accessible plethora of restaurants and unique concepts guarantee enjoyable dining experiences, but we get that unpleasant pinch on your wallets from eating out often.
It’s an undeniable fact that eating is Singapore’s national pastime— whether it’s waiting over two hours for the grand reopening of A&W at Jewel Changi, or having food delivery apps on your phone for handy takeaways.
Burgers are one of the best comfort foods around. They are fitting for any occasion and a bite into a juicy patty smothered with sauce, coupled with fresh vegetables and fluffy buns can do wonders for the tastebuds.
As Chope turns 8, you’re invited to our massive birthday celebration! Keep your eyes peeled, fingers (and wallets) ready at midnight on the 27 June for when the clock strikes 12, the 24-hour flash sale kicks off.
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