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Ku-Kai Izakaya pAirs Unique Seaside Serenity with Decent Japanese Grub

In the far-flung North of Singapore, there stands a lone cottage by the seaside. A quaint spot where crowds are graced by the gently subsiding fizzle of waves, by wafts of brackish sea breeze, and enshrouded by a meek glow from festooned lines of fairy lights — this is Ku-Kai Izakaya, a unique Japanese bar that provides a seaside setting that distinguishes it from the competition. Continue reading “Ku-Kai Izakaya”

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New Burnt Ends Dempsey Hill Location Heralds Bigger Things for Singapore’s Most Popular Smokehouse

The sands of time furtively glide, slowly and steadily. Times change. People mature. Only one thing remains constant — the unabating adulation for local smokehouse titan Burnt Ends. Continue reading “Burnt Ends”

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Whitegrass & Hvala’s Lovechild Boyutei is Undoubtedly chic but Falls Disappointingly Flat

There’s no mistaking that the Hvala brand name holds a lot of sway over the Singapore cafe scene — as one of the go-to’s for Japanese treats, all their branches are often packed to the brim. Still, setting up their new concept Boyutei with a Michelin-starred restaurant? Unexpected.

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Torasho & the Beauty of Dried Ramen and Tsukemen

A busy Japanese bar sits snuggly along the bend on Tras Street that connects to the hectic Tanjong Pagar Road. Generally kept in a quiet lull in the day but when nighttime comes about though, is when Torasho Ramen & Charcoal Bar comes alive. Continue reading “Torasho Ramen & Charcoal Bar”

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Gyu San Is Blowing up for Affordable Japanese Sandos but Is It worth it?

I think I speak for many that, when it comes to Japanese Sandos, the price point is not the friendliest — in Singapore at least. That’s why every once in a while, an affordable Sando establishment comes along and drums up feverous media hype, with the latest being Gyu San at Tanjong Pagar. Continue reading “Gyu San”

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Fun Japanese-Inspired Bagels at Keen’s Bagelry Takeaway kiosk

Sometimes, an Egg McMuffin just isn’t enough to satiate those morning munchies. Crave a sandwich that’s more substantial and more loaded? Nothing fits that profile better than bagel sandwiches, one of the trendiest items in Singapore’s cafe scene. Continue reading “Keen’s Bagelry”

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Yeast side Farrer Park is a day drinker’s dream with Sourdough Pizza & $10 Happy Hour Pints

Having been a regular at Yeast Side’s quaint hideout at King Albert Park, it was exciting to step into the spanking new Farrer Park outlet for the first time. This new space is as lively, unpretentious, and inviting — a trademark of the cafe, which also doubles as a craft beer bar.

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46 Mittsu’s Everton Park Outlet Makes the Quirkiest Affordable Sandos

As part of a spade ofrelocating cafes, affordable sandwich maestros 46 Mittsu have also recently found themselves a new home in the quaint vicinage of Everton Park. Formerly housed in a congregation of concepts at secluded Kim Yam Road, they’ve struck out on their own this time around. Continue reading “46 Mittsu”