supernova cafe

Atlas Group’s New Supernova is a Vougiesh Cafe Lookbook Come to Life 

Local Natives, Mumford & Sons, etc. — a string of indie bops reverberate through the spacious constrains of Supernova’s chic cafe space along Tanjong Katong road. Continue reading “Supernova Cafe”

California Republic Delivers Hearty Socal Italian Flavours to Singapore

[Update: California Republic has closed.] Despite being the interconnected metropolis it is, there are still certain cuisines that are scantly featured in Singapore. One of those is Californian cuisine where only a rare few restaurants like Rosemead fly that grizzly bear insignia high. Joining the fray though, is a newly opened California Republic bringing the California dream to Singapore.

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If You’ll Indulge Me: Charlie Kwok, Tastemaking Baking Enthusiast Chockywoky Exudes a Youthful Vibrance

Having been a prominent member of the Singapore food blogger scene since an unbelievably young age of fourteen, Charlotte “Charlie” Kwok or @chockywoky, is a familiar name to numerous foodies — especially those who adore all things pastry. Continue reading “Profile: Charlie Kwok, the Spectacularly Youthful Tastemaker Chockywoky”

the goodburger singapore

The Goodburger’s Meatless Burgers are real good shit

Burgers are possibly one of the most beloved food items out there —  unless you are vegan. But gone were the days of switching out meat for portobello. Welcome to the 21st century where trailblazers like The Goodburger grill up succulent plant-based alternative patties in Singapore. Continue reading “The Goodburger”

jiak song mee hoon kueh

Jiak Song Mee Hoon Kueh Comforts With Hard-Hittingly Wholesome Soup

People joke that love for rice is ingrained into our Asian DNA but personally, noodles call out to me more as the staple carb. As far as comfort food goes, not many things beat a piping hot bowl of soupy noodles. And as far as the homely flat sheet noodles go, not many stalls hit as hard as Jiak Song Mee Hoon Kueh. Continue reading “Jiak Song Mee Hoon Kueh”

If You’ll Indulge Me:, Bringing Solidarity & Hope to Singapore Service Through Shared Stories 

“Service is a calling” is a mantra that many service staff may agree with. But sometimes, it could also be a spam call that’s just an inane, even torturous, cacophony that drives you crazy. At least, that’s what the anecdotes on the popular Instagram page tell us.

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If you’ll indulge me: Brian Xavier Bong, Singapore’s Fussy Foodie Photographer with an Articulate Artistic Vision

As the saying goes, “a picture is worth a thousand words” — and Brian Xavier Bong, aka @thefussyfoodie_, is probably one of the most articulate communicators in the world of food photography. To him, capturing food is an unconscious bodily process, much like breathing. Continue reading “Profile: Brian Bong, Fussy Foodie & Imaginative Food Photographer”

the store singapore happy hour

Intimate vibes & Crazy $11 Happy Hour AT The Store, bEST vALUE Bar IN Singapore

As you stroll along Neil Road, you’d chance upon a non-descript shopfront, dominated by a slate-grey facade, a simple monochrome sign, and a mysterious blue door. The only indication of what’s inside is an ambiguous decal, “The Store”, and a placard affixed on an easel with “$11 appetisers and cocktails” stamped on it. Continue reading “The Store”

meatsmith little india review

Meatsmith Little India’s Pursuit of Mod Indian Ingenuity May have Some Basics Forgotten

Quiz any discerning gourmand in Singapore on their top restauranteur groups, and the conversation always steers towards one particular name — Unlisted Collection. Hardly surprising, considering their stable of Michelin-starred restaurants and mould-breaking concepts. Given the reliability of the UC name, I was undoubtedly excited for the exciting flavours set to be on display at Meatsmith Little India. Continue reading “Meatsmith Little India”