Luke’s Lobster is finally opening in Singapore at Shaw House next month. Luke’s Lobster Singapore is brought in by lifestyle company Caerus Holding, the parent company behind New York’s famous cake boutique, Lady M.
They have outlets spread across the United States and Japan with even a food truck in Okinawa. Now, they are bringing the best of the Maine Coast over to Singapore with their fresh Maine lobster, crab and shrimp rolls so don’t miss out.
Another day, another closure. Popular Japanese lifestyle store Tokyu Hands is closing its outlet at Westgate.
On July 1 2020, Tokyu Hands put up a notice on their Facebook saying that they will be permanently closing their Westgate outlet at Jurong East. Their last day of operations will be on 2 August 2020.
Are you in search of places to bring your fur kids along with you to dine and unwind? Dogs are a man’s best friend and so are other pets. We want to share good times with our best friends just like we do with our pets without being cooped up at home for a change of environment.
It is difficult to look for places where we can spend time with our furry kids apart from the parks around our neighbourhood. Here are 48 pet-friendly cafes and restaurants in Singapore to bring your babies for a pawsome & pur-fect date.
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If going through WWII means we get to live on sweet potatoes every day, so be it. Okay, not really. But, you get our point- we can’t get enough of this delicious root vegetable, which comes in all kinds of shapes and colours.
Not to mention, they’re actually really healthy as well. Brimming with fibre, antioxidants and Vitamin A, these superfoods are great for your body. But, we’re going to ditch the health talk for now because that’s not what we’re about today.
As their name suggests, sweet potatoes are basically a godsent vegetable for the sweet-toothed. They absolutely thrive in the realm of desserts. So, for all the ‘han tze’ lovers, we’ve rounded up 10 spots in Singapore that turn sweet potatoes into wondrous mouthwatering treats!
2020 has been a bad year for everyone, period.
Most industries in Singapore have been badly hit by the pandemic, which has left many of us scrambling to save our sinking boats. The F&B sector especially has suffered and things got worse when the Circuit Breaker was put in place, restricting people from dining out and patronising these establishments.
Aside from COVID-19, many of these F&B ventures have also decided to close for other reasons such as the end of their lease. Whatever the case, we are sad to see these places go and we hope that better opportunities will come their way soon.
With that, here is a list of F&B outlets in Singapore that have closed their doors in 2020.
To some, it’s custardy gold. To others, it’s overnight socks.
We’ve been over the durian debate way too many times to even want to try convince the naysayers. But, to the people who would gladly bathe in this sweet, creamy fruit, we bear great news — tis’ the season.
The bad boys are back. It’s finally time to reunite with your beloved Mao Shan Wang, Golden Phoenix or D24. We’ve rounded up 10 places to order durian delivery from in Singapore this durian season!
Apologies in advance to your neighbours.
The past few days have been filled with a string of bad news. With the closure of popular patisserie Antoinette and seafood restaurant The Pelican, there can’t possibly be anything else worse, right? Sadly, we are wrong.
The Fabulous Baker is the next dining establishment to announce its closure and their last day will be on 11 July 2020.
We honestly can’t wait to get 2020 over and done with. It’s only June, yet the past 6 months have felt like a very long episode of Black Mirror.
If you’re like us and you’re looking forward to your next holiday, you may want to take note of the Public Holidays for 2021. While there may still be plenty of uncertainty over whether it would be possible for us to be able to travel overseas next year, a little early planning never hurts anyone.
There will be 11 annual public holidays in 2021, where three of these will fall on a Friday and one will be on a Monday. Altogether, there will be four long weekends, three fewer than in 2020.