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Kam Long Curry Fish Head is Every Singaporean’s quintessential comfort hawker food when in JB

When Singaporeans travel to Johor Bahru, there are always a few hotspots that everyone tends to hit up. Be it the trendy minimalist cafes of Mount Austin or the much-better-tasting KFC at City Square, there’s one perpetual hawker haunt that’s constantly on top of itineraries — Kam Long Curry Fish Head.

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Nonette Banh Mi sets up in Singapore at Tiong Bahru Bakery, from Paris with Love

It’s well known that the French can be somewhat uppity when it comes to their proud culinary heritage. Hence it’s no small feat that Nonette, a Parisian Banh Mi deli, has become a huge hit on French home turf.

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Simple Minimalism and Dainty Cakes Make Pomme one of Singapore’s Chicest new Cafes

Boat Quay is a rather curious place that is bustling with lunch hour spots and after-work drink spots but the cafe ecosystem here is rather weak, as cafes come and go fleetingly — even the local sandwich titans had some trouble with keeping their Cubano shop Onda afloat for long. Though a few cafes have seemingly taken root in the area, one of the promising ones is the new Pomme.

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Indulge in the Rich Flavours of Ipoh at Small Tables, the newest Pacific PLAZA Concept

Diversity is always welcomed in every corner of Singapore, especially when it pertains to food. Given how robust the restaurant scene has become, it’s a wonder that more eateries peddling elevated regional flavours hadn’t popped up. But the newest tenant at Pacific Plaza, Small Tables, is here to change that.

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25 Degrees Is A Gem That Occassionally Makes the Best DamnED Burger in Singapore

I’d just come to terms with my frightening rate of ageing, as I sit here writing this introduction. Damn, my first visit to 25 Degrees was in 2016 when I still sussing out Singapore’s busy food scene and before Indulgentism was even an idea in my head. Continue reading “25 Degrees Singapore”

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Nylon Coffee Roasters, the evergreen icon of Singapore Speciality Coffee

If you were someone getting into coffee during the 2010s, there’s one name that wouldn’t have escaped you — Nylon Coffee Roasters. The Everton Park cafe was, and still is, one of the most respected names in Singapore’s speciality coffee scene, and for a good reason. Continue reading “Nylon Coffee Roasters”

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Madu the Bakery — Home to Cereal Prawn Croissants & Other Creative Bakes 

Trends are ruthlessly fleeting in the cafe scene. One moment, the flavour of the month lures in the most enthusiastic crowds, the next, it’s left vacant and lifeless on a sunny Saturday brunch. Still, if there’s one thing that has stood the weathering of fickle cafe fads, it’s the timelessness of bakes and Madu the Bakery is a solid case study for blending trends with the classics.

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Kurasu — The Specialty Coffee Sanctuary For Dirty Matcha Lattes & Japanese Minimalism

There’s not much more needed to be said about Kurasu, a familiar pillar of Singapore’s specialty coffee scene. They’ve always had legions of fans, even from the days when they were hidden out of sight in a co-working space at Odeon Towers. Continue reading “Kurasu”

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Another charming side of Asian Flavours at Jelebu Dry Laksa

Laska, a dish that’s arguably one of Singapore’s national icons. While people are still arguing about where to find the best laksa in Singapore, a unique new contender has joined the fray — Jelebu Dry Laksa at VivoCity.

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Shake Shack Finally Arrives in Singapore’s North at Junction 8

It seemed just like yesterday when this global burger phenomenon just opened at Changi Jewel which drew in hordes of fans rushing down to create a monstrous queue that dragged on for hours. After a chain of Shake Shack outlets sprung up all over Singapore, it’s finally infiltrating the North with a Junction 8 branch.

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