keen bagelry review

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”

good luck singapore

Modern Bak Chor Mee Twist & Craft Beer For Good Luck

After establishing itself as one of the best bars for craft beer-fuelled shindigs, the iconic Good Luck Beer House at Haji Lane was met with the unfortunate challenge of shedding the emblematic fixtures and beer-focused concept for a facelift last year.

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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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fraser street brothers bagels

Groove out at Fraser Street Brothers with vibrant vibes & Charming NY Bagels

Chic minimalist cafes are a sight of a bygone era as the trend reached critical mass, leading many new cafes to move away while opting to add more personality to their decors. In this new wave of cafes, the new Fraser Street Brothers perhaps stand out the most with its vibrant orange and blue colour palette. 

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le bon funk review

Le Bon Funk is undoubtedly one of the most creative casual restaurants in Singapore

It’s the age of the wine bars as casual modern wine bars have taken our scene by storm, with cutting-edge new concepts by decorated chefs such as Rishi Naleendra and Andrew Walsh. But before this new wave was even set in motion, the wine bar scene already had Le Bon Funk perched at the top. Continue reading “Le Bon Funk”