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Hurray, Jollibee from the Philippines has come to Singapore! If you have tasted the popular fast-food overseas before, you won’t have to miss it anymore! Jollibee is “an American-style fast-food restaurant with Filipino-influenced dishes” specializing in mouth-watering burgers and deliciously satisfying spaghettis. The multinational fast-food chain opened its first flagship store in Lucky Plaza on […]
What a steal! To celebrate the return of the meatballs, Ikea Alexandra and Ikea Tampines will be selling meatballs at Only 10 cents per piece tomorrow, 8 March! Not to worry about the whole horsemeat scandal. Tests have shown that the new meatballs retailed in Singapore contain only beef and pork, and the Halal-certified ones […]
Hi everyone, Happy Chinese New Year! Every Chinese New Year, Chinese families, friends and colleagues gather to have a ceremony known as Lo Hei, that involves the preparation and indulgence of the traditional Chinese dish called Yu Sheng. The Chinese pronunciation of Yu Sheng directly translates to an increase in abundance, hence its symbolic meaning […]
Here’s what’s new at Maki-San this Chinese New Year: The Lucki-San Salad! Great for a toss in the upcoming festive season, the Lucki-San Salad is a yummy twist on tradition. Shredded cucumber + carrot + white radish + salmon sashimi + fragrant bak kwa + apple + pineapple + mandarin orange + crunchy cashew nuts […]
Just hear those sleigh bells jingling, ring-ting-tingling too. Come on, it’s lovely weather for a dinner together with your crew. Here’s a list of restaurants we recommend you take your colleagues, friends or family to this Christmas. Tasted and pleased, these top 3 restaurants are sure to bring smiles across faces. Marugoto Shokudou Marugoto Christmas […]
Malaysian Food Street – Resorts World™ Sentosa Savour in the best authentic Malaysian hawker fare at Resorts World™ Sentosa. Be greeted with insane bouts of nostalgia and delicious food from various parts of the Peninsula such as Fund Wong Confectionery, KL Claypot Rice, Malacca Chicken Rice Ball, Penang Assam Laksa, Penang Hokkien Prawn Mee, Kampung […]
Where to eat? What to eat? We constantly wonder about where to eat and what to eat. But have we ever pondered how this is in fact a positive and happy problem in our lives? We are blessed to be enjoying life with good food every day. Somewhere out there, on the other hand, the poor are suffering from starvation and insufficient money to feed their young and elderly at home. Will you care to lend your helping hand if $10 can give you a good meal (valued at $20) and at the same time help the poor to have a spoonfuls of food to eat? Share your thoughts with us.
From now till 31 Jan 2012, WhereToEat Singapore Facebook fans can stand a chance to win up $600 worth of cash prizes! All you have to do is snap a photo of your favourite food, fill up the Contest Form with a reason why you like it, and get your friends to vote for your photo. It’s that easy!
Finally, a place where you can savour in all the best food in Asia and the Pacific without a ticket. The Asia Pacific Food Expo floor was bustling with food businesses beginning Thursday, and as food fanatics, we just had to get a taste of them.
We could tell how well liked most food were by the constant stream of attendees. Starting with food that we were familiar with such as the famous Lim Hai Sheng Carrot Cake, we quickly moved on to Taiwan’s Hot-Star Large Fried Chicken, Penang Original Laksa, Lao Huo Tan Buddha Jumps Over The Wall, and many more.
Bettr Week Coffee Crawl 2012 – Organized by Bettr Barista
WhereToEat Singapore has participated in the Bettr Week Coffee Crawl 2012 event organized by Bettr Barista from 15 – 18 September. The weekend of coffee exploration was conducted by 6 Bettr Barista partner cafes. Coffee lovers, such as us, who signed up for it were entitled to enjoy a cuppa of our choice at each of the cafes for “free” – well, only because we paid $25 for registration.