Found in the basement of the recently revamped Centrepoint, Tensho Japanese Speciality Tendon is a recent venture by the Ministry Of Food, which officially opened late September last year.
If you are searching for a reason to visit, the Mixed Tendon (S$14.90++) at Tensho Japanese Speciality Tendon might be your answer.
Joining the bustling cafe scene in the east is Routesixtysix, a newly opened neighbourhood cafe that serves mainly delectable waffles, ice cream of many interesting flavours and a range of house brews.
The small yet cosy cafe is less than 10 minutes walk from Bedok MRT Station and is situated just across the street from FATCAT Ice Cream Bar. Visitors can expect the cafe to start serving brunch items from May 2017.
Soek Seng 1954 Bicycle Cafe is a hidden cafe that is situated far away from the hustle and bustle of the city. The owner is a vintage bike collector who proudly displays his beautiful vintage bicycles all around the cafe. Needless to say, we were all in awe of the cafe’s lovely interior.
Besides that, having a meal at this bike cafe is a unique experience in itself. Diners are able to watch private airplanes take off from Seletar Airport which is located just beside the bike cafe. How cool is that?!
However as one of the most ulu cafes in Singapore, is it really worth the effort to make all your way there for a meal? Well, read on to find out more! READ ON
Nothing gives Singaporeans a sense of satisfaction like sinking our teeth into deep-fried chicken. When we are in the mood for some sinfully good fried chicken that is value-for-money (which is almost all the time), KFC always comes to mind.
While we are all loyal fans of their regular menu items, it is exciting to see new seasonal dishes that launches every so often. Prepare your hearts for what has come this Sakura season—it is the new Japanese-flavoured Shoyu Sansho Chicken. Yes, it is simply #Oishiok!
Besides that, KFC is also introducing a new Vanilla Custard Puff as a sweet treat to complement your meal. Sounds good? It sure is. READ ON
You probably did not know that you could enjoy the luxury of a private personal villa at just less than S$150 a night in Ubud, Bali.
It typically costs over a thousand dollars a night to stay in a 5-star world-class villa. But thanks to the rise of AirBnb, a wide variety of affordable luxurious holiday homes have been made available to those who are on a budget.
Read on to find out the 15 villas in Ubud, Bali that you can stay at for less than S$150 a night.
In the City of Smiles where cafes and restaurants are aplenty, a fish market exists too and you definitely need to know about it.
Shinsen Fish Market is a seafood haven in Bangkok, and it is a new addition to Bangkok’s ever-happening food scene. Just a few months shy of its first birthday, Shinsen Fish Market is supposedly inspired by and modelled after Taipei’s Addiction Aquatic Developments.
The modern fish market in Sukhumvit is a must-visit when you next visit Bangkok. Here’s everything to love about Shinsen Fish Market.
Singaporeans are blessed with a strong cafe scene in this little red dot we call home. Almost every region in the city has a good handful of cafes for you to explore – all the way from Pasir Ris to Jurong. Yes, even the west!
Although the west may sound like a far away land to many of you who do not reside there, we would gladly make our way there for a good cup of coffee or simply to appreciate the unique cafe interior design. We like to think of it as taking a day trip there with our friends in search of hidden gems in Singapore.
In this guide, we share with you our updated list of 29 Cafes in the West of Singapore You Must Visit. READ ON
Burger & Lobster is opening in Bangkok next! Riding on the wave of its recent opening in Genting Highlands, it looks like Burger & Lobster’s Asian invasion is set to continue.
It is believed that Burger & Lobster will be opening in March on the ground floor of Gaysorn Plaza, but no official date has been announced yet.