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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Food, Singaporean, Western

Coastes: Dining by the Beach

There’s something magical about the seaside where the sea and land meets. You hear the waves and feel the breeze that caressed your face. The smell of the salty sea invigorates you. You might be able to taste the saltiness of the sea water when it crashes against the shore, spritzing a spray of seawater…

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Food, Singaporean, Vegetarian

nomVnom : Singapore’s Very Own Healthy Vegan Fast food Joint

This vegan fast food restaurant is already shifting mindsets of those meat-eaters here in Singapore. Without meat-based burger patties, would burgers actually taste delicious? nomVnom does it in the most exquisite, eco-friendly and cruelty-free manner – using only plant-based ingredients to make their burgers, fries, spaghetti and even ice cream. Welcome to the Vegan World.…

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Chinese, Food, Italian, Singaporean

Singapore’s Hawker Food Culture

When it comes to our local Hawker food, we would associate it with oily fried food like Char Kuay Teow and Fried Carrot Cake. Sadly, there isn’t any famous hawker food which can we truly label it as ‘healthy’. Nutritionally-speaking, hawker food may not be that wholesome but cultural-wise, it is part of our Singapore…

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Food, Singaporean

Love Actually Cheesecake by Cat and The Fiddle

You could hardly go wrong with cheesecakes. It’s one creamy and decadent dessert mixed with a tinge of the savoury cheese. The thick crust completes that whole explosion of cream cheese flavour. The very first cheesecakes may originate from Greece and made popular in America but here in Asia, we have our very own ‘cheesecake…

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Food, Singaporean

Folding Rice : The Nostalgic Nasi Lemak

In my opinion, the best dish to represent Singapore is Nasi Lemak. It may not have its roots plunged deeply in Singapore’s soil but it’s one of the dishes where all of the ethnic groups in Singapore could enjoy it for breakfast, lunch or dinner. It’s a staple dish back in those kampung days and…

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