Chateraise Premium Yatsudoki sells the popular Fuji Premium Apple Pie, Cream Puff, Mont Blanc, Houraku Yatsugatake and even wines on tap.
Kohi Roastery and Coffee Bar is probably the only coffee shop where you can get away without paying anything.
Jurong’s Legendary Hong Kong has finally opened an outpost at Funan. Check out what you can eat at this popular cha chaan teng.
Owned by the famed Les Amis group of Bistro du Vin fame, Tenjin enters the Japanese restaurant foray in Singapore with its unique moriawase tempura and tendon sets, truffle Chawanmushi, and special tare sauce.
Baristart Coffee is a coffee shop that originated from Hokkaido Japan. It serves comfort food and coffee with Hokkaido BIEI Jersey Milk.
Kafe Utu carves a need for bold African flavors we didn’t even know existed until you’ve tried their innovative brunch fare.
I soaked the french toast in melted butter before diving in it. It was so good, and even better when I dipped it in honey.
Panquecas is a new, Muslim-owned crepe spot serving with local crepe flavors like Apam Balik and Kopi-O.
Have you ever had Shake Shack’s shoestring fries before it’s crinkle cut fries?
Botany’s brunch fare is damn pricey yet mediocre; coffee is way above the market prices. So be prepared to spend for a prime spot overlooking Singapore River.
Keisuke’s A4 wagyu sukiyaki deserves a spot in Bib Gourmand and a checkbox in your restaurant bucket list.
As Japan’s borders remain closed to foreigners, Japanese brands are flocking to Singapore in droves. Here’s where to get the coveted Tempura Egg.
Probably the closest to NYC and NJ bagels I can find in Singapore, but still not quite. (Not unless they import tap from Catskill Mountains!)
Here are three pastries you must get at this popular Muslim-owned bakery along the vibrant Haji Lane.
Elevate your pasta with by building-your-own pasta, but go for the House Specials for the tried-and-tested crowd favorites.
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.