Not just a seafood dinner – An experience
“Ahoy! Welcome Aboard!” is the standard greeting shouted at each patron who innocently walks through the door at Crab in da Bag. While it can be a little alarming, the staff is setting the tone for the night – a nautical-themed, seafood feast. Get ready to get your fingers dirty and work for your supper, because Crab in da Bag is a true hands-on dining experience.
Chilled out cafe serving up Mexican bites – Halal style
Located on the ever-bustling North Bridge Road in the Arab Quarter, the co-owners of nearby Working Title have opened the doors on their newest cafe venture, Afterwit Mexican Taqueria.
Taking advantage of the relatively untouched area of Mexican Halal restaurants in Singapore, Afterwit provides a welcome twist on the everyday cafe menu, offering a variety of classic Mexican dishes and refreshing beverages.
It’s been a while since the Korean fried chicken craze first hit Singapore. But has it died down ever since? I don’t quite think so. What is it exactly that has that won the hearts (and tummies) of so many Singaporeans? Let’s look into it.
Korean Fried Chicken is unique and should not be mistaken with the American version which we are probably more familiar with. Apparently the Korean method is to fry the chicken twice without as much flour batter, giving that crunchier skin with less grease. The Yangnyeom chicken 양념치킨 is also a popular variation, whereby the chicken is coated in a sweet, spicy, garlicky glaze while still hot.
Sounds good so far? After going on a mission to find the best Korean fried chicken in Singapore that will capture my stomach and resulting in a crappy sore throat thereafter, here’s my favourite picks in Singapore for this fried delight.
A taste of France
Mon Bijou, located at Claymore Connect (formerly known as Orchard Hotel Shopping Arcade) is the newest F&B brand by the Millennium group, serving French pastries and desserts with a local twist. The list of food items on the menu ranges from their all-day breakfast, lunch to snacks and desserts.
We were kindly invited to this cafe’s opening event to check out what’s in store.
A hidden find in Tiong Bahru
My initial reaction when I stepped into this quaint little cafe was that it would make a good place for me to take my wedding photos. Just 8 minutes walk from Tiong Bahru MRT, Le Halo is a picture perfect cosy little “home” for anyone looking for a place to chill out.
The dynamics of the local Singapore food scene has seen a radical shift over the recent years. The DIY (Do-It-Yourself) food scene has seen a massive surge in its growth.
These DIY food businesses let customers decide how the want their food made, as they know what is the best for themselves. It seems inevitable that in the competitive food sphere, food businesses have to innovate and increase their distinctiveness for a better comparative advantage.
Here we have put together a definitive list of the Best Do-It-Yourself Food Outlets which we think you should ultimately be visiting to build your own meal.