Nara Thai – Bangkok In The Heart Of Singapore

As a fellow Singaporean, you yourself or you’ve heard about traveling to Thailand during the weekend just to shop and eat. When you’re walking on the streets of Thailand, you’ve seen, smelled and tasted the food that came from the hands of civilian chefs who are sweating their life away behind smokes and fires. Sitting […]

Boathouse Galley – Honest Pies For Life

With an undying passion for food (pies in particular), Boathouse Galley was started. Chef Nelson Choo made the kitchen his home, and resulted in 10 different savory flavors for their pies and a wide variety of food such as pastas and main courses. Unlike regular shortcrust pies you find elsewhere, Boathouse Galley’s freshly baked pies […]

Pool Grill – Resort-style Italian Gastronomic Haven

Reopened recently, Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel Level 5 Pool area features a tranquil environment and the award-winning Pool Grill restaurant in the bustling Orchard Road. Settling itself next to the refurbished pool, it is the excellent choice for a relaxing lunch or catching up with friends over Sunday brunch; patrons can also choose to […]

25grams – Bite-sized Passion and Love

In recent years, the cupcake trend have washed upon the shores of Singapore and decided to stay put. Which is a good thing, because whether it’s for a baby shower, a birthday party, company event, or just a treat for your colleagues, these all-time favorite delicious treats seem to always fit the bill. Also, if […]

Old Boys Gallery – Food Meets Art, Food Meets Heart

Some distance away from Everton Park, Old Boys Gallery is located conveniently at Kampong Bahru. This simple and casual cafe/restaurant is a space where “food meets art”, and acts as “the canvas where memories are painted”. Its walls, other than one which is decorated neatly with empty beer bottles, are lined with art pieces by […]

Dinata – Slaying your hunger and warming your heart

A new addition to the myriad of eateries at the basement of 313@Somerset, Dinata specialises in baking authentic Portuguese pastries including the famous pastel de nata (Portuguese egg tarts). Standing in front of mouthwatering pastries displayed behind the glass panels, you’d be spoiled for choices. Nonetheless, savory or sweet, you’ll find something that feeds your […]

Pagi Sore – A Love For Indo Flavors

We’re pretty sure you’ve had Indonesian food in Singapore. But with plenty of islands in Indonesia, it’s expected that certain culture varies from one place to another, not to mention their cuisines. Nonetheless, the family-run Pagi Sore has been perpetually serving Singaporeans home-style Indonesian cuisine with guarded family recipes since 1989, and now the four […]

Soon Huat: More Than Just Bak Kut Teh

Soon Huat – a name that’s not only well-known for their Singapore-Malaysia style Bak Kut Teh, but also for their social causes. As a social enterprise, Soon Huat employs marginalised people with a second chance at life to help ease them back into society. Jabez also hopes to promote entrepreneurship through his business. Now, as […]