Walking on Sunshine is climbing my list of… DO NOT EAT HERE restaurants. Their Kroffles scarred me for life. Worst thing I ate.
Sando’s Spam and Hash is a simple, no-brainer sandwich (packed with tamagoyaki) especially for those looking for a quick bite around Alexandra Techno Park.
A new coffee shop to study, unwind, or catch up with your friends along Lor Kilat. Cowpresso has Jamaican Blue Mountain and Geisha Colombia.
To Taiwanese food fare lovers out there, Eat 3 Bowls’ Braised Pork Rice and Oyster Intestine Meesua will surely bring back old memories.
Peter Zwiener’s new casual burger restaurant cooks amazing burgers, but might be on the steep side for those on the budget and with huge appetites.
Move over Korio. This beef brisket sando is going to put all the sandwiches to shame.
What’s the best kind of waffles? I’ll tell you what. Sourdough waffles. Once you go sourdough waffles, you’ll never go back.
Say hello to the cheapest cheese wheel pasta in Singapore sold in a hawker center. Saporita is 100% Muslim-owned, halal certified, and is certified delicious.
My first taste of the Knafeh / Kunefe, an iconic middle-eastern dessert that’s filled with cheese pull.
Bland, watery, tough to chew. The Feather Blade is cheap for its price, but they still owe serving you something that achieves steak fundamentals.
Singapore has gone crazy over sandos. I am here at Hello Arigato in Upper Thomson to try out their much talked about Gyu Sando. Is it worth the hype?
Upper Thomson Road has a belt of coffee shops and restaurants waiting for you to discover. With Upper Thomson Line opening, it has gotten more convenient to trek this part of Singapore.
This might be the worst Rye sourdough in Singapore. What is everyone talking about in their reviews? Sourdoughs need to have holes in its crumbshot.
When you’re desperate for a taste of Japan in Singapore, there’s Ajiya Okonomiyaki. No doubt, they have the best Okonomiyaki in Singapore.
Move over Pasta Bar and Pasta Brava. Meet the best Italian restaurant Singapore.
I think I found the best sandwiches in Singapore. The Breakfast Sammy is definitely climbing the charts.
Underwhelming latte with substandard barista service (who kept on talking to loyal patrons and neglected new customers.) Not the best coffee in SG.
Park Bench Deli’s Creme Brulee Bombolinis made up for the underwhelming expensive sandwiches. Don’t listen to food reviewers on TikTok.
The Courtyard offers free-flowing savory treats, scones, coffee, and TWG drinks! This is by far the best value afternoon tea in Singapore.
Flagwhite serves large portion sizes from burgers to chicken parmigiana to mac and cheese entrees. And guess what? No GST and service charge.