Fluffy coconut rice, fried egg, ikan bilis and piquant sambal belachan—it is no wonder this is one of Singapore’s best breakfast dish.
Our favourite Japanese cat presents a delicious new menu we couldn’t resist.
We can never turn down a good Sunday brunch filled with eggs benedict, french toast and fluffy pancakes. Bon appetit!
Move aside cheese tarts, these zany cheese dishes will blow your taste buds away.
Feast on buffets right i nyour own hood, in the Novena and Balestier areas. From malls to shophouses, we’ve found buffets of every cuisine for every appetite.
If you’re a foodie suffering from celiac disease or wheat allergy, fret not—Singapore is filled with great dining options that will cater to your gluten-free diet.
Check out Moosehead Kitchen & Bar, Spuds & Aprons, Hotel Jen and Sand Bar’s new, lip-smackin’ menus.
Thinking of where to eat this November? Head to Brez’N, Red Tail, Bourbon Street, Fat Lulu’s, and Talay Thai.