Once that 9% GST hike kicks in January 1st 2024, just how much are you willing to pay for brunch in Singapore these days?
By half an hour past its opening time on day 1, queues have become shorter. Tim Hortons opening of its first location in Singapore is muted compared to my expectations.
Changi T2 is on track to becoming world’s best airport again with Gourmet Garden.
Best kroffles ever.
Nico Cafe’s array of souffle pancakes, wagyu sandos and donburis are more than just shrubs and aesthetics.
Singapore’s Haji Lane and nearby Bussorah, Kandahar, and North Bridge Roads can be a little overwhelming with tons of tourist traps. So here’s top restaurants and cafes (and bakeries) you shouldn’t miss in that area.
Spruce’s Cotelato is a fun new dessert spot in quiet HillV2.
This is inflation at its finest. Inflation of a brand.
Another coffee option at Marina Bay Sands.
Margaret Market is a window to what Singapore’s heritage hawker centers may look like in the next decade.
The choices at Public Eatery at Robinsons Magnolia aren’t far from its partner The Grid at Rockwell.
Baristart Coffee opening in Manila breaks the streak of bad restaurant franchises in the metro.
One word: Lethal. Say hello to burrata with homemade chili crunch.
Welcome to another episode of coffee shops in Orchard, Singapore.
Feast on oxtail donut covered in bone marrow bits.
Anybody want to pay $6 for steamed milk?
The unofficial Hermes themed cafe opens in Scotts Square.
Anti-climactic in a country known for cappuccinos.
Carette is a religion.
The Merveilleux is so precious in each bite, you’ll wonder if Marie Antoinette will one day rise from her grave to eat this.