We went to two bakery-cafes and compared them. The one that had the blogosphere buzzing came up short.
7th Mile possessed a style different from other cze char stalls: it tended to let fresh ingredients speak for themselves, without much flavoring.
By Tunglok, this Cajun seafood communal dining restaurant has hints of its Chinese roots. Very delicious.
Craving for breakfast on a Sunday evening, we were cruising when stumbled upon a new all day breakfast cafe. Assembly Cafe is comforting but characterless, lots of wood and potted plants, but […]
Words and Photos by Chiobu A longtime friend and I were craving for oysters. We narrowed down to Greenwood Fish Market because it is a place that specializes in seafood. We were […]
Words & Photos by Chiobu Yandao and I went PasarBella over the long weekend and we loved it! It reminds us of farmers’ market we’ve been in NYC and London. Upon entering […]
After Best Cafes in Singapore Part I, Chiobu returns to guest-blog: Cafes are everywhere in Singapore these days. I wonder what brought the café culture here. Could it be EDB Singapore? More […]
“Mummy, mummy. Why is she cutting the fats away? I want to eat it,” asked a boy to his mother when Son Mijin, Director of Hansang, was barbecuing for the customers. As […]
Tucked at a quiet corner of the building, the restaurant is so isolated that it won’t be one of the places you serendipitously walk in. One of the readers, Grace, asked me […]
8Days calls Omakase Burger the best burger in Singapore. While we don’t like to throw around the word “best” (because it’s impossible to say that anything is best), the burger is indeed […]