Sparks fly at 50fifty as Janice Wong Joins Hands with Sidedoor Power Couple

Tucked away on the second floor of Intercontinental Hotel at Robertson Quay is a quaint little space that is centred around a bar, with little glow and glamour to announce itself besides a line of waist-height blue drapes with a lone “50Fifty” imprinted in the middle.  Continue reading “50Fifty”

Sandwich Maestros Park Bench Deli Reinvented as A Snazzy Brunch Spot

Park Bench Deli has long staked a claim as the best sandwich maker in Singapore, creating beloved icons such as their Pastrami and Peanut Butter & Jelly sandwiches that have etched their mark on the cafe scene. 

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French Fold is Merci Marcel’s newest crepe concept

Merci Marcel is undoubtedly one of the most beloved cafes in Singapore (and a personal fav), bringing great vibes and great food with a quirky French flair. They are advancing their brand with a new crepe concept, French Fold.

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wildfire burgers singapore review

Wildfire chicken & burgers Is one of the best value for money burgers around

Burgers are an extremely popular food item in Singapore and there are so many good burger places . New burger places open so frequently that it takes something special to get noticed, just like Wildfire Chicken & Burgers

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candlenut michelin star peranakan review

Candlenut is the World’s First Michelin starred Peranakan restaurant

Peranakan cuisine is something many know but aren’t familiar with. Probably even less know that Singapore is home to the world’s first Michelin-starred Peranakan restaurant, Candlenut.

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Crowds flocking to Brotherbird for Flavoured Croissants

Stateland Coffeehouse has been reborn as Brotherbird Coffeehouse. The previously popular cafe known for unique items like their mochi donut soft-serve shuttered late last year. They have rebranded for their offshoot to take the main stage.

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