The AirAsia ASEAN pass has been launched for quite a while, yet not really popular with Singaporeans. Perhaps it is because of the heady lexicon and intensive jargon but when done right, the AirAsia ASEAN pass can be your gateway to a multitude of destinations at a fraction of a price.
Curry Puffs 咖哩角, or Epok-epok in Malay, is a Singaporean as well as popular ASEAN snack- it’s basically a miniature pie filled with curry in a baked pastry shell usually in the shape of a semi-circle. Fillings are classically chicken curry with potato, but also come in variants like tuna curry or even chili crab filling.
After a rather shocking result by the Straits Times with their Curry Puff blind tasting – with Polar Puffs & Cakes being awarded the best curry puff in Singapore – we decided to do our own Singapore curry puff guide.
Curry puffs are one of my favourite mid day snacks: scrumptious pastry exterior with a generous portion of savory filling right within? I’ll take them all day, every day if I could. If you share the same sentiments as I do, then I am pleased to share with you 11 of my most favourite curry puffs ever.
After an intense round of voting which involved nearly 70 restaurants over the period of 11 June to 5 July 2015 by the public, the judging panel – comprising of 8 distinguished judges (including myself) have picked out Singapore’s top favourite restaurants.
Enjoy Fine-Dining In A Casual and Laid-Back Cafe Setting
As a cafe in the daytime and a Restaurant/ Bar in the nighttime, BRIDGE is all about its contemporary modern European menu.
Wishing to bridge (hey, nice pun) the gap between ordinary Singaporeans and fine dining, the restaurant has revamped their menu a total of 6 astonishing times just to find the perfect combination of menu items which would be able to offer the total experience of fine-dining; doing away with the exorbitant costs and intimidating atmosphere inevitably found within a high-end restaurant.
If you find yourself constantly having the unfortunate experience of hearing your stomach grumble for the umpteenth time at 3am in the morning, trust me, I understand your pain; I am a fellow sufferer of the ‘Perpetually Hungry’ syndrome. And let’s face it, placating your grumpy stomach with instant noodles for consecutive nights gets old pretty fast – not to mention, it can get incredibly lonely too.
Enjoy Authentic Thai Food In A Modern Art Gallery Setting
If you so happen to be familiar with Paradise Group, you would know that its niche is in Chinese cuisine – the restaurant group’s brands include Seafood Paradise, Paradise Dynasty and Taste Paradise, to name just a few. With the aim of diversification and hopes of cornering the Asian cuisine market, however, the Paradise Group has set out to offer authentic and quality Thai dishes through its newest addition to the corporation – ParaThai.