grains & hops feature

Grains & Hops – National Day Menu Available Till End August, Look Out For The Super Creative Prawn Noodle Croquette

Grains & Hops Located on the 10th floor of the luxury airline travel themed YOTEL Singapore, Grains & Hops has released their National Day menu and I think they pretty much hit the nail on the head with this one. The Food Available till 31st August 2018, Singaporeans will have ...
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The Market Grill – An American Diner That Serves Amazing Wagyu Steaks And Super Fresh Lobster

The Market Grill – An American Diner That Serves Amazing Wagyu Steaks And Super Fresh Lobster

The Market Grill The Market Grill might be familiar to many along Telok Ayer Street as they’ve been around for many years. Meaning, they’re definitely doing something right. Designed like an "All American Diner”, The Market Grill exudes a casual atmosphere that serves honest and generous portions of food. The Food ...
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CasusGrill A Portable BBQ Pit That’s Ready To Cook In 5 Minutes – Available At Swiss Butchery

CasusGrill A Portable BBQ Pit That’s Ready To Cook In 5 Minutes – Available At Swiss Butchery

Starting A Fire At A Barbeque If there’s one thing I detest more than anything at a barbeque, it’s the starting of a fire. If you don’t understand the pain and suffering behind that statement, you’re definitely one of those people who specialize in eye power. Shame on you. For ...
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Caffe B Is Now At Club Street – Casual Italian Cuisine With A Japanese Twist

Caffe B Is Now At Club Street – Casual Italian Cuisine With A Japanese Twist

Caffe B Originally from Marina Bay Sands, Caffe B has since shifted to Club Street since January! If you’re not otherwise acquainted with them (YOU SHOULD BE), they are a casual restaurant that serves Italian cuisine with a Japanese twist. Their new restaurant has THREE LEVELS that houses a bar ...
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Swiss Butchery Enters The Highly Competitive CNY market And Things Look (And Taste) Good

Swiss Butchery Enters The Highly Competitive CNY market And Things Look (And Taste) Good

Swiss Butchery Celebrates CNY For the first time since its establishment, Swiss Butchery is joining in the fray for a share of the Chinese New Year market. From 8th January 2018 to 26th February 2018, Swiss Butchery introduces their Spring Festive Special Menu for expats and locals alike, we had ...
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A First Look At The New Rock ‘N Bowl Menu @ Hard Rock Cafe

A First Look At The New Rock ‘N Bowl Menu @ Hard Rock Cafe

Hard Rock Singapore Beginning Monday, January 10 through Thursday, March 13, Hard Rock Singapore is ushering in the year of the dog with a creative line up of new “Rock ‘N Bowl” menu items. To be honest, it’s been years since I last went to Hard Rock Cafe. The sole fact ...
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Xiao Long Bao, the Star of Yechun Xiao Jiang Nan

Xiao Long Bao, the Star of Yechun Xiao Jiang Nan

Yechun Xiao Jiang Nan With close to 80 chains in China, there’s no denying the popularity of Yechun.  Yechun has a long history in China. Emperors Shui Yang, Kangxi and Qianlong hosted banquets at Yechun. They made Yechun a must visit during their travels in China. Yechun has always been ...
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Here’s A Tip: Go to Light to Night Festival on an Empty Stomach

Here’s A Tip: Go to Light to Night Festival on an Empty Stomach

R and I were at the Light to Night Festival. He was famished, whereas I was less hungry. As we pondered over our options, I regretted not being there with an emptier stomach. There was simply so much to see, so much to taste. Nevertheless, R went ahead and ordered ...
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Service Your Thing? Have A Steak At The Chop House!

Service Your Thing? Have A Steak At The Chop House!

The Chop House @ 112 Katong From the people who brought you Wooloomooloo Steakhouse, The Chop House is a family oriented restaurant that specializes in all things grilled (that ribeye… we’ll get to that in a bit). The outlet at 112 Katong exudes an air of sophistication with its timbered ...
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Mint 

Mint 

‘You have to visit Mint when you go to Jeju!’, my friend told me. I was reluctant to go there at first. It’s not because I didn’t trust my friend’s recommendation but because it was quite far from Jeju City, which I used as a base for exploring Jeju Island ...
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Tsuta - World’s First Michelin-Starred Japanese Ramen in Singapore

Tsuta – World’s First Michelin-Starred Japanese Ramen in Singapore

Tsuta Opened in 2012 by Chef Yuki Onishi, it was the first ever Japanese ramen shop to attain a Michelin star. It is also listed in Singapore Michelin Bib Gourmand 2017. Sounds impressive? That's what we thought. Although this Michelin-starred eatery is situated at the entrance of Pacific plaza, it ...
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We tried McDonalds' Cheesy Loaded Fries For You So You Don't Need To

We tried McDonalds’ Cheesy Loaded Fries For You So You Don’t Need To

There has been a heck of a buzz surrounding MacDonald's cheesy loaded fries that was rolled out in stores recently. For today's article, we tried Macdonalds' Cheesy Loaded fries for you so you didn't need to. Almost every Facebook feed or Instagram story I've seen has at least one post ...
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How The Heck Does Eggs ‘n Things Make That Insane Whipped Cream On Them Pancakes?

How The Heck Does Eggs ‘n Things Make That Insane Whipped Cream On Them Pancakes?

Eggs ‘n Things Following their recent opening at the new wing of Plaza Singapura, with a name like Eggs ‘n Things, I couldn’t help but feel excited at the prospect of a high protein meal. The eatery couldn’t be any prettier with a strong Hawaiian theme evident to anyone who ...
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Pantone 2018: 5 Ultra Violet Desserts You Can Find in Singapore!

Pantone 2018: 5 Ultra Violet Desserts You Can Find in Singapore!

Pantone revealed the colour of the year 2018 some time last week! Ultra Violet is going to be 2018's official colour.  To commemorate the Pantone Colour of the Year 2018, we present to you 5 Ultra Violet desserts you can find in Singapore! Pantone’s Color of the Year is one ...
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iO Italia Osteria l Osteria With A Golden Seal Of Approval

iO Italia Osteria l Osteria With A Golden Seal Of Approval

iO Italia Osteria As one of the proud owners of the Ospitalita Italiana Gold Seal Award, (a certification given to recognized Italian restaurants located all over the world by the Italian Government, Italian embassies and Italian Chambers of Commerce) I was pretty stoked to check out the food at Italian ...
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llaollao Says It Has Nothing To Do With Yole Froyo

llaollao Says It Has Nothing To Do With Yole Froyo

Llaollao Singapore Speaks Early this morning, llaollao Singapore issued a statement stating that they “have absolutely nothing to do with Yole Frozen Yoghurt”. It was only just but a couple of days ago that Yole took over all 29 llaollao outlets while llaollao quietly and abruptly exited the froyo scene ...
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Does Yole Taste the Same as llaollao?

Does Yole Taste the Same as llaollao?

Sayonara llaollao! Froyo dessert giants, llaollao, ceased all operations this morning and made way for another European froyo brand called Yole (It’s pronounced yo-lay). My heart can’t take this stress. First it was Gong Cha, now llaollao. It seems like just yesterday when I was walking past a llaollao outlet ...
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Gong Cha Coming Back to Singapore

Gong Cha Coming Back to Singapore

We have waited for such OOLONG time, and now Gong Cha is finally back! Here’s what to expect of this TEAriffic news! 1. Why Now? Early this year, due to “franchise issues”, all Gong Cha outlets were converted to LiHo. But after receiving over a hundred applications for the master ...
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7 Options To Choose From @ New Hipster Food Court, FOMO

7 Options To Choose From @ New Hipster Food Court, FOMO

The Weekly Glutton (27/11-03/12) The Weekly Glutton features dining delights that have impressed us one way or another (or not) and are places we highly recommend you patronize. Don’t forget to subscribe if you want to be updated weekly! Or you could bookmark this page or even do BOTH! FOMO ...
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A Bowl of Kanagawa Goodness

A Bowl of Kanagawa Goodness

The Weekly Glutton (13/11-20/11) The Weekly Glutton features dining delights that have impressed us one way or another (or not) and are places we highly recommend you patronize. Don’t forget to subscribe if you want to be updated weekly! Or you could bookmark this page or even do BOTH! Machida ...
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Perhaps Some Anzu for You?

Perhaps Some Anzu for You?

The Weekly Glutton (30/10-06/11) The Weekly Glutton features dining delights that have impressed us one way or another (or not) and are places we highly recommend you patronize. Don’t forget to subscribe if you want to be updated weekly! Or you could bookmark this page or even do BOTH! Anzu ...
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Halloween Hall of Treats

Halloween Hall of Treats

In Singapore, we may be more conservative and choose not to dress up during Halloween, but who is to say we can’t enjoy this day as much the next person? Here, we celebrate it the customary way. With food, of course! Châteraisé Known for delicious confections made with freshly prepared ...
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5 reasons why Alakai just might be the best Poké bowl place in Singapore

5 reasons why Alakai just might be the best Poké bowl place in Singapore

The Weekly Glutton (23/10-30/10) The Weekly Glutton features dining delights that have impressed us in one way or another (or not) and places we highly recommend you patronize. Don’t forget to subscribe if you want to be updated weekly! Alternatively, you could bookmark this page, or even do both! Alakai ...
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An Honest Bowl of Prawn Mee

An Honest Bowl of Prawn Mee

The Weekly Glutton (16/10-23/10) The Weekly Glutton features dining delights that have impressed us one way or another (or not) and are places we highly recommend you patronize. Don’t forget to subscribe if you want to be updated weekly! Or you could bookmark this page or even do BOTH! Traditional ...
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Michelin Surprise in Wan Chai 

Michelin Surprise in Wan Chai 

The Weekly Glutton (9/10-16/10) The Weekly Glutton features dining delights that have impressed us one way or another (or not) and are places we highly recommend you patronize. Don’t forget to subscribe if you want to be updated weekly! Or you could bookmark this page or even do BOTH! Wing ...
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Oktoberfest at Paulaner

Oktoberfest at Paulaner

The Weekly Glutton (02/10 – 08/10) The Weekly Glutton features dining delights that have impressed us one way or another (or not) and are places we highly recommend you patronize. Don’t forget to subscribe if you want to be updated weekly! Or you could bookmark this page or even do ...
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6 Ice Creams Around The World And Where To Find Them In SG

6 Ice Creams Around The World And Where To Find Them In SG

The presence of social media and internet has allowed people to explore the world without actually having to physically travel and globalization has brought many wonderful things, to our shores. We probably know most of these or have even seen these ice creams, be it on social media, in the ...
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Barashi-Tei

Barashi-Tei

The Weekly Glutton (25/9 – 02/10) The Weekly Glutton features dining delights that have impressed us one way or another (or not) and are places we highly recommend you patronize. Don’t forget to subscribe if you want to be updated weekly! Or you could bookmark this page or even do ...
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Tiger Beer Street Food Festival 2017

Tiger Beer Street Food Festival 2017

Join In The Festivities With Tiger Beer Food and festivals seem to have been in no short supply as of late, with the number of festivals that have happened recently like the Chinatown Street Food Festvial and Beerfest which happened much more recently. Adding to the list is the Tiger ...
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26@Marina, Great Food@Marina

26@Marina, Great Food@Marina

The Weekly Glutton (18/9-24/9) The Weekly Glutton features dining delights that have impressed us one way or another (or not) and are places we highly recommend you patronize. Don’t forget to subscribe if you want to be updated weekly! Or you could bookmark this page or even do BOTH! 26@Marina ...
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5 Instagrammable Mooncakes for Mooncake Festival 2017

5 Instagrammable Mooncakes for Mooncake Festival 2017

Mooncake Festival 2017 No mid-autumn affair is complete without some mooncakes. Those glorious golden brown pastries that are traditionally the perfect pairing with Chinese tea. Over the years, the snowskin option has gained popularity and as such, the lotus seed paste or red bean paste has also evolved into flavors ...
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KL Traditional Chilli Ban Mee

KL Traditional Chilli Ban Mee

The Weekly Glutton (11/9 – 17/9) The Weekly Glutton features dining delights that have impressed us one way or another (or not) and are places we highly recommend you patronize. Don’t forget to subscribe if you want to be updated weekly! Or you could bookmark this page or even do ...
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Man Man Japanese Unagi Restaurant

Man Man Japanese Unagi Restaurant

The Weekly Glutton (04/9 – 10/9) The Weekly Glutton features dining delights that have impressed us one way or another (or not) and are places we highly recommend you patronize. Don’t forget to subscribe if you want to be updated weekly! Or you could bookmark this page or even do ...
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The Coffee Daily's New Brunch Menu

The Coffee Daily’s New Brunch Menu

The Weekly Glutton (28/8 – 03/9) The Weekly Glutton features dining delights that have impressed us one way or another (or not) and are places we highly recommend you patronize. Don’t forget to subscribe if you want to be updated weekly! Or you could bookmark this page or even do ...
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Mbassadors Beerfest Asia 2017

Mbassadors Beerfest Asia 2017

Beer, Beer and More Beer at Beerfest Asia As advertised, there were tons of beer from all around the world at Beerfest Asia 2017. Thing is, even though they tell you that there's going to be 500 different brands of beer, it's humanely impossible to try all of them. The ...
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Beerfest Asia 2017

Beerfest Asia 2017

Beerfest Asia 2017 Back for its 9th consecutive run, Beerfest Asia promises to be an event you wouldn't want to miss. They're holding it at a new location this year though! This year, the magic will be happening at Marina Bay Cruise Centre. I'd say the only thing stopping me from ...
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Enjoying Bistecca the Tuscan Way

Enjoying Bistecca the Tuscan Way

The Weekly Glutton (14/8 – 20/8) The Weekly Glutton features dining delights that have impressed us one way or another (or not) and are places we highly recommend you patronize. Don’t forget to subscribe if you want to be updated weekly! Or you could bookmark this page or even do ...
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Ramen Rave (Ramen Revolution 2017)

Ramen Rave (Ramen Revolution 2017)

Being at the Ramen Revolution festival is no easy feat. One has to be willing to spend money on bowls after bowls of ramen, try out new flavours, but most importantly, be able to stomach more than 1 bowl of ramen. Over the weekend, I grabbed a fellow ramen-lover along ...
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6 Tips for the Next 50 Cents Festival

6 Tips for the Next 50 Cents Festival

Over the weekend, The Mbassadors decided to take a little trip down to the 50Cents Festival over at Chinatown! Being our virgin experience, we weren’t really sure what to expect, other than great food, and even greater crowds. Despite expecting a crowd, we were still taken aback by the sheer ...
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A Magical Night At Hogwarts

A Magical Night At Hogwarts

The Weekly Glutton features dining delights that have impressed us one way or another (or not) and are places we highly recommend you patronize. Don’t forget to subscribe if you want to be updated weekly! Or you could bookmark this page or even do BOTH! A Night at Hogwarts @ ...
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Feast on 50 Cents!

Feast on 50 Cents!

Time to Break the ol Piggy Bank You’re going to want to gather those 50cent coins you’ve got lying around. Why? The Singapore Food Festival is back for it’s 2nd consecutive year running at Chinatown Food Street with The 50Cents Fest! If the name isn’t obvious enough, The 50Cents Fest ...
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Tea Party in the City

Tea Party in the City

Last weekend, I stumbled upon Singapore’s first tea festival, conveniently located in the heart of Singapore’s shopping district. Presented by The 1872 Clipper Co., this festival uses tea as a medium to showcase the journey of Singapore’s rich heritage. Join me as I walk you through my TEAriffic experience there ...
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Michelin 1 Star Feature – Putien

Michelin 1 Star Feature – Putien

The Weekly Glutton (24/7 - 30/7) The Weekly Glutton features dining delights that have impressed us one way or another (or not) and are places we highly recommend you patronize. Don’t forget to subscribe if you want to be updated weekly! Or you could bookmark this page or even do ...
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Ramen Revolution 2017

Ramen Revolution 2017

Heads up Ramen lovers! Ramen Revolution 2017 is coming up at the end of this month! Be prepared to taste the yummy Japanese ramen broth from 10 famous ramen restaurants at just $10 per bowl! Unsure of what to order there? check out the list of the 10 ramen joints ...
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1 Star Michelin Feature - Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodles

1 Star Michelin Feature – Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodles

The Weekly Glutton (17/6 – 23/7) The Weekly Glutton features dining delights that have impressed us one way or another (or not) and are places we highly recommend you patronize. Don’t forget to subscribe if you want to be updated weekly! Or you could bookmark this page or even do ...
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Chang Sensory Trails

Chang Sensory Trails

When I first heard about the Chang Sensory Trails Event, I was quite skeptical about it. Most free events I attended in Singapore have been very crowded or poorly managed to say the least. Anyway, The Mbassadors decided to cover this event last Saturday and I drew the short straw ...
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French for a Day

French for a Day

The 14th of July marks the day of the Storming of the Bastille, also known as Bastille Day, or the National Day of France. Here in Singapore, there are many ways you can celebrate this day. And champagne isn’t the only thing that we have on the agenda. To eat ...
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Guide to Food in Manila

Guide to Food in Manila

My trip to Manila was not a pleasant one I dare say. Why? I was afflicted with a high fever for a good 3 days, leaving me feeling weak and unable to leave the room for a bulk of the holiday. Said fever came with a cold and cough which ...
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SG Coffee Fest 2017

SG Coffee Fest 2017

Coffee lovers rejoice! The Singapore Coffee Festival is back, and with so much to offer, it’s going to be a coffee connoisseur’s dream! WHAT IS THE SINGAPORE COFFEE FESTIVAL? The Singapore Coffee Festival, organised by The Straits Times and presented by DBS Bank, is back this year! Featuring brews from ...
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Brunch on Budget

Brunch on Budget

The Weekly Glutton (10/6 – 16/7) The Weekly Glutton features dining delights that have impressed us one way or another (or not) and are places we highly recommend you patronize. Don’t forget to subscribe if you want to be updated weekly! Or you could bookmark this page or even do ...
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Hot Dog Heaven

Hot Dog Heaven

Anyone will tell you that in Singapore, there’s absolutely no such thing as there not being food around. With so many eateries and restaurants peppered all over the island, it’s a miracle more people aren’t perpetually spoiled for choice when it comes to their meals. I found myself in a ...
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Free Burgers at 4th of July Party 

Free Burgers at 4th of July Party 

Mention 4th of july and 2 things come to mind. Fireworks and BBQ. While we may not have fireworks here in Singapore to celebrate America's independence day, the free Wagyu burgers at Adrift by David Myers will make up for it. To celebrate like the Americans, or if you simply ...
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Cafe Melba - Alfresco At the Arts

Cafe Melba – Alfresco At the Arts

The Weekly Glutton (03/6 – 09/7) The Weekly Glutton features dining delights that have impressed us one way or another (or not) and are places we highly recommend you patronize. Don’t forget to subscribe if you want to be updated weekly! Or you could bookmark this page or even do ...
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Singapore Michelin 1 Star Restaurant Feature - Meta

Singapore Michelin 1 Star Restaurant Feature – Meta

The Michelin star denotes the highest form of praise a chef can receive for his/her cooking and If you haven’t already heard, these coveted Michelin Stars were awarded last night (29th June 2017) to 38 eateries. You can browse through the full list of eateries HERE We would like to ...
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Peony Jade @ Keppel Club

Peony Jade @ Keppel Club

The Weekly Glutton (27/6 – 02/7) The Weekly Glutton features dining delights that have impressed us one way or another (or not) and are places we highly recommend you patronize. Don’t forget to subscribe if you want to be updated weekly! Or you could bookmark this page or even do ...
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Get ready for the Michelin Guide Singapore 2017

Get ready for the Michelin Guide Singapore 2017

It's that time of the year yet again. With the release of the Michelin Bib Gourmand Singapore 2017, you know the Singaporean Michelin Guide 2017 won't be too far off. The Evolution of Food, or at least, our perception of it There are very few things human beings truly need to ...
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The Weekly Glutton (12/6-18/6)

The Weekly Glutton (12/6-18/6)

The Weekly Glutton features dining delights that have impressed us one way or another and are places we highly recommend you patronize. Don’t forget to subscribe if you want to be updated weekly! Or you could bookmark this page or even do BOTH! Yi Xin Seafood Steam Potting HONG KONG’S ...
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The Weekly Glutton (05/6 – 11/6)

The Weekly Glutton (05/6 – 11/6)

Heng Long Teochew Porridge RECOGNIZE this place? As some of you may recall, just last week, this Teochew porridge joint was unrecognizable from the mayhem that ensued over a $28 bill. 4 drunk idiots felt that they had been overcharged and decided to trash the place. If you do the ...
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Non-Dairy Ice Creams are a Thing?

Non-Dairy Ice Creams are a Thing?

Just in time for the summer, Ben and Jerry’s recently released a new line of non-dairy ice cream. I was pretty aghast when I first caught wind of it. How can non-dairy ice-cream ever replace the creamy taste of regular ice-cream? BUT , before you brush it off, dairy free ...
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The Weekly Glutton (29/5 – 04/6)

The Weekly Glutton (29/5 – 04/6)

The Weekly Glutton features dining delights that have impressed us one way or another and are places we highly recommend you patronize. Don’t forget to subscribe if you want to be updated weekly! Or you could bookmark this page or even do BOTH! Souvlaki Gyromania – The Authentic Greek Food ...
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Be a Rebel, Eat Healthy!

Be a Rebel, Eat Healthy!

When I was younger, my mother has always nagged at me to finish my greens. Back then, I never liked eating fruits or vegetables, and really did not see the point in cleaning them off my plate. Now, as I grow older there are days when I feel like giving ...
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The Weekly Glutton (22/5 – 28/5)

The Weekly Glutton (22/5 – 28/5)

The Weekly Glutton features dining delights that have impressed us one way or another and are places we highly recommend you patronize. Don’t forget to subscribe if you want to be updated weekly! Or you could bookmark this page or even do BOTH! Rabbit Carrot Gun  The Singapore brunch scene ...
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The Weekly Glutton (15/5 – 21/5)

The Weekly Glutton (15/5 – 21/5)

The Weekly Glutton features dining delights that have impressed us one way or another (or not) and are places we highly recommend you patronize. Don’t forget to subscribe if you want to be updated weekly! Or you could bookmark this page or even do BOTH! FOC by Nandu Jubany After ...
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Poké Bowl - Fresh, Clean Eating

Poké Bowl – Fresh, Clean Eating

Poké Bowls haven't exactly hit Singapore by storm but it's slowly catching on with the locals in terms of popularity. Pronounced poh-kay, it is the Hawaiian verb for “to slice or cut” and originates from... you guessed it! Hawaii! Usually served with slices of seasoned fish on top of leafy ...
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The Weekly Glutton (8/5-14/5)

The Weekly Glutton (8/5-14/5)

The Weekly Glutton features dining delights that have impressed us one way or another (or not) and are places we highly recommend you patronize. Don’t forget to subscribe if you want to be updated weekly! Or you could bookmark this page or even do BOTH! Yayoi I often go to ...
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The Weekly Glutton (2/5 – 7/5)

The Weekly Glutton (2/5 – 7/5)

The Weekly Glutton features dining delights that have impressed us one way or another (or not) and are places we highly recommend you patronize. Don’t forget to subscribe if you want to be updated weekly! Or you could bookmark this page or even do BOTH! Soi Thai Soi Nice The ...
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Labor Day Long Weekend Eat-tivity

Labor Day Long Weekend Eat-tivity

Tonight marks the start of the LABOR DAY LONG WEEKEND! Time to PARTAYE! I don’t know about you, I for one could use another break. The week has been pretty shit to me. I’m tempted to use up these few days by just going on a “nap marathon” but then again, ...
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The Weekly Glutton (24/4 – 30/4)

The Weekly Glutton (24/4 – 30/4)

The Weekly Glutton features dining delights that have impressed us one way or another (or not) and are places we highly recommend you patronize. Don’t forget to subscribe if you want to be updated weekly! Or you could bookmark this page or even do BOTH! Platform 1094 Hello muggles, this ...
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The Weekly Glutton (17/4 – 23/4)

The Weekly Glutton (17/4 – 23/4)

The Weekly Glutton features dining delights that have impressed us one way or another (or not) and are places we highly recommend you patronize. Don’t forget to subscribe if you want to be updated weekly! Or you could bookmark this page or even do BOTH! Saveur Saveur positions themselves as ...
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The Weekly Glutton (10/4 – 16/4)

The Weekly Glutton (10/4 – 16/4)

The Weekly Glutton features dining delights that have impressed us one way or another (or not) and are places we highly recommend you patronize. Don’t forget to subscribe if you want to be updated weekly! Or you could bookmark this page or even do BOTH! The Coffee Daily (Dinner Menu) ...
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When in Manila, Mecha Uma!

When in Manila, Mecha Uma!

I still remembered my first time visiting Mecha Uma and savoring the flavorful bite of its tuna tartare. It was so good that I always come back to the restaurant whenever I am in Manila. Global Cuisine with Japanese Influence Helmed by Chef Bruce Ricketts, Mecha Uma serves modern Japanese-fusion ...
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The Weekly Glutton (3/4 – 9/4)

The Weekly Glutton (3/4 – 9/4)

The Weekly Glutton features dining delights that have impressed us one way or another (or not) and are places we highly recommend you patronize. Don’t forget to subscribe if you want to be updated weekly! Or you could bookmark this page or even do BOTH! Bochinche My lunch experience at ...
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gluten free pizza from Crust Gourmet

Guide To Going Gluten Free

In the past, the question, “is this gluten free?” would have baffled most waiters, but now a gluten free diet is a more common option among Singaporeans. A gluten free diet means consuming foods that do not contain gluten, a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye. Initially, people with gluten intolerance had ...
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The Weekly Glutton (27/3 – 02/4)

The Weekly Glutton (27/3 – 02/4)

The Weekly Glutton features dining delights that have impressed us one way or another (or not) and are places we highly recommend you patronize. Don’t forget to subscribe if you want to be updated weekly! Or you could bookmark this page or even do BOTH! Acqua e Farina Tucked in ...
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Chocolates for a Cause

Chocolates for a Cause

With a rising number of chocolate companies giving back to society, I feel that it is my journalistic duty to help raise awareness for these unsung heroes and hope you enjoy these chocolates for a cause in the process. But at the end of the day, who doesn’t love chocolate? ...
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The Weekly Glutton (20/3 - 26/3)

The Weekly Glutton (20/3 – 26/3)

The Weekly Glutton features dining delights that have impressed us one way or another (or not) and are places we highly recommend you patronize. Don’t forget to subscribe if you want to be updated weekly! Or you could bookmark this page or even do BOTH! Meet Chicken may be the ...
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5 Popular Teas You Should Know About

5 Popular Teas You Should Know About

It can be a daunting and honestly a little overwhelming when you’re facing a wide selection of popular teas out in the market, but fret not, we are here to help make things less mysTEAfying. 1. White Tea White tea is believed to have originated from China and is made from ...
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