Wan Chai Hong Kong Tea Room is a cha chaan teng place in IMM Jurong East for anyone looking to fill an empty stomach with Hong Kong breakfast favorites and dimsum.
What’s the best kind of waffles? I’ll tell you what. Sourdough waffles. Once you go sourdough waffles, you’ll never go back.
Balestier Road used to be a sugarcane plantation in the 1800s and a regional headquarters of Kuomintang and Tongmenghui factions. Today, it’s a long line of shophouses designed to make your stomach hungry, starting with this Teochew pastry: Tau Sar Piah.
This milky fish soup is mixed with XO brandy and rice wine. Perfect for a rainy day in Singapore.
My favorite Filipino staple gets into Singapore’s restaurant foray, executed Singaporean style. Now I know where to get my Bangus fix.
I’m leaving out the usual chili crabs and cereal prawns. Those are basic.
The long awaited mixed use development complex in Changi Airport has finally opened its doors to the public!
How does the world’s cheapest Michelin star stack up against my taste?
If you’re lost in translation in Chinatown, here is your survivor list for the hungry stomach.
I’ve been in NYC for a while and nothing feels better than this home in a bowl.
Who’s ready for another food trip in Banawe? To miss this list is to make a big MISSED STEAK.
We’ve been through Quezon City and Makati City; Now it’s time to head Kapitolyo, Pasig City for the ultimate gastronomic treat!
To all FOODIES! This is your ULTIMATE GUIDE to the restaurants in Banawe, Quezon City. Are you ready for a gastronomic food trip?
The Food Republic food court at Suntec City is one of the busiest food courts in Singapore. At lunch time, it’s at a peak, where there are almost no vacant tables, and lines are building up in each food stall. To maximize your time especially for those of you who are traveling to Singapore for a 3 Days 2 Nights only, I’ll give a rundown of the dishes that you shouldn’t miss.
I’m sure most of you know where Lau Pa Sat is. But if I ask you where Telok Ayer Market is, you won’t know where that is. Well, Telok Ayer Market is Lau Pa Sat, the latter being the colloquially referred by locals and tourists alike.