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My Makan Place – A Sedap Place To Makan At Tanjong Katong

Owned by a family of four, My Makan Place is a newly-opened restaurant selling Indonesian fusion food that resides in Tanjong Katong. Although they are Chinese Singaporeans, cooking Indonesian food has always been the mum’s passion. Working previously as hawkers, they are also passionate foodies who have had 20 years of experience in making Mee […]

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Caffe Pralet By Creative Culinaire – The Flavoursome Lunch Bowls You Should Be Having At Tiong Bahru

You’re looking to have lunch nearby and you stumble upon Caffe Pralet. Then, you think to yourself, wondering if it serves French food (perhaps because of its name), but it seems like a typical Western cafe. So what could it be? Having served Western food for quite a while, Head Chef Timothy decided to revamp […]

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Beast & Butterflies – A Quirky East-meets-West Fusion Restaurant to visit in M Social Singapore

A lifestyle boutique hotel designed by the iconic French Designer Philippe Starck, M Social Singapore makes a pretty quiet getaway from the bustling life in Singapore’s urban areas. Lying within M Social is an East-meets-West fusion restaurant, Beast & Butterflies. Its straightforward yet cozy atmosphere gives off modern techy sentiment with its interactive tablet displays […]

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Gyu Nami – Your Affordable Hawker Wagyu Roast Beef Donburi

Google “Wagyu Roast Beef Donburi” and you can most probably find a good number of Japanese restaurants in Singapore selling them. But an affordable bowl of Wagyu Roast Beef Donburi sold in a hawker centre? You can get yours for just $10 at Gyu Nami! The Australian Wagyu Beef was slow roasted to medium rare […]

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Inspirit House – NEW Asian-Western Fusion in Punggol you should visit

A warm Sunday afternoon at the Punggol Promenade Nature Walk sees kids riding around on their bicycles and adults trying to keeping a close eye. Situated in Punggol Settlement and right next to 7-Eleven, it is hard to miss this chic and new-looking cafe that just had its doors opened to the public a month […]

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Savour Singapore’s Local Delights in ONE meal

To a tourist: When you only have so many days in Singapore, how are you supposed to eat all the food? Let alone know exactly which will suit your taste. To a Singaporean: Shopping at MBS and exceeded your budget but want to eat all the food? Rasapura Masters at MBS has got you covered. […]

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Why You Should Have Buffet For National Day 2017

When you have a large family of say, 10, to get together for National Day 2017 celebration, it can be hard to find a fuss-free, cost-effective way of dining together. This is where we think heading out for a buffet meal comes in as a solution. So why buffet? Because the platters and combinations of […]

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Cô Hai Bánh Mì – Here’s Where To Have Vietnam Street Food In Singapore

There is a charm about Vietnam’s street food. Especially when you’re sitting on low stools along the somewhat dusty roads of HCMC (Ho Chi Minh city), biting off a piece of bánh mì you bought earlier on the street (without knowing what’s in it), and sipping on iced, condensed milk sweetened coffee. Too bad, there’s […]

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Unochubo – This Is Not Just Another Japanese-Korean Fusion Restaurant

How many Japanese-Korean fusion restaurant do you really see in Singapore? Not much. Interestingly, and increasingly, fusion restaurants are popping up all over the city. Their rooted dispositions like “a combination of global influence”, “mashup of food cultures”, “marrying the best of both cuisines”, etc., immediately comes to mind. In Singapore, Korean food are deified. […]

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Tonkichi Orchard Central – The Japanese Restaurant In Singapore That Survived K-Wave

Once upon a time, Japanese restaurant in Singapore used to be cool. Before K-wave, Japan’s ubiquitous influence in the city was felt by all Singaporeans. Drama series, J-pop, snacks, fashion, and especially food. So much so that when someone mentioned food in Singapore, you hear Malay food, Indian food, Chinese food, Western food and Japanese […]

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