Food, Singaporean

Spicy Mala Chips That Will Numb Your Tongue

#MadeinSingapore. Singapore has got chip-frenzy over the past couple of months with the different local flavoured chips. Ooh, a homegrown Mala chips brand has recently repackaged their Mala Potato Chips and Mala Cassava Chips in conjunction with their new store opening at Plaza Singapura.   What’s Ma La (麻辣)? Ma(麻) means numbing and La(辣) means…

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Food, Singaporean, Western

Thrill of the Grill at PARKROYAL on Pickering

PARKROYAL on Pickering sets apart from other hotels in Singapore with its green facade and well-designed eco-friendly interior. The buffet offerings at this hotel’s restaurant, Lime, are also exceptionally good. Lime Restaurant Their food and service standards have gone up a notch ever since my last visit here at the Lime which was about 2…

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Food, Singaporean

The Art of Making Tau Huay

All eyes are now on our local hawker food fare with the recent push to preserve Singapore’s hawker culture which is indeed an emblem of Singapore’s identity. Most of us locals grew up eating hawker since young. Even for myself, I’m also starting to appreciate and treasure our multicultural food offerings here at our friendly…

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Events, Food, Singapore, Singaporean, Travel

Heritage Festival @ The Waterfront : Singapore-style Buffet at Food Capital

Singapore: ‘Makan Paradise’ What’s a Singaporean-thing to do during the long National Day weekend? Gather family and friends at the table to ‘makan’. Eating seems to be one of our favourite past times because of our cultural diversity and uniqueness as a Singaporean are found embedded in our food. To get an authentic taste of Singapore,…

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Food, Singaporean, Western

Dining with Eatsy at BLACK&INK

I had some time off on Friday to dine out at the cafe called BLACK&INK, a cafe which is usually brimming with brunch crowds on the weekends, and it can get rather packed. In situations like this, you might want to check out Eatsy. What can Eatsy do for you? Eatsy is a collaborative dining…

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Food, Singaporean

Go Cashless at Singapore’s Hawker Centres

Our Hawker culture has come a long way. Hawker centres here in Singapore are like food courts without air-conditioned, and they are usually run by locals who have inherited their businesses from their parents, generations after generations. As a kid, I grew up eating hawker food, and my Dad would always hunt for the best…

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