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  • 10 Delicious Restaurants With One-for-One Deals in Singapore

    Last Updated: November 7, 2016
    Yes, you read the title right. One for One main courses are available in the following restaurants, but the catch is that you have to download The Entertainer Singapore App. With this app, you get access to hundreds of fine-dining restaurants, cafes, casual eateries, fast-food joints and more in Singapore. I've a promo code as well which gives you a further discount, so you'll want to get my promo code from my article on The Entertainer Singapore. ...
  • 15 Amazingly Easy Healthy Meals With Ingredients You Can Buy From NTUC

    Last Updated: November 5, 2016
    Picking up your phone to call for pizza delivery from the nearby joint may seem all too easy, especially with the incessant growling of that bottomless pit of yours... (Gosh, its such a distrac...
  • 5 Things You Didn’t Know About British Beef

    Last Updated: February 3, 2015
    British beegf singapore butcher Just a few months ago, French celebrity butcher, Yves-Marie le Bourdonnec was in the spotlight when he declared British Beef as the best in the world. He even made a very bold statement - To revive French cows is for them to breed with their enemy, the British cows. Just what is so enticing about British Beef that leaders in the world of gastronomy has declared it a cut above the rest? Here are 5 things you didn't know about British Beef. ...
  • 12 Delicious Egg Brunch Dishes in Singapore Guaranteed to Get You Eggcited

    Last Updated: February 20, 2016
    DELICIOUS-egg-brunch-singapore Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and I'm sure we all love eggs -  one of the yummiest proteins that can be cooked multiple ways! For most cafes in Singapore, eggs are undeniably the lead in almost all brunch menus. Eggs benedict is one of the most popular brunch items, and this article hopes to feature places with eggs done in different styles ways as well (other than just poached). ...
  • Best Coffee Cafes in Singapore: The Ultimate Guide

    Last Updated: December 28, 2016
    Following the 'third wave' cafe boom in Singapore, countless cafe guides have been written on this emerging cafe trend with no set criteria. Some cafes might have excellent food, amazing ambiance, ...
  • 15 Best Korean BBQ Restaurants in Singapore

    Last Updated: December 26, 2016
    Where has the Best Korean BBQ in Singapore? I love meats and thus this best Korean BBQ guide was born. What's not to love about Korean BBQ? The Korean revolution is going strong in Singapore with ...
  • 8 Restaurants With The Best Fresh Oysters in Singapore

    Last Updated: December 26, 2016
    Fresh ocean-trawled oysters served raw on ice and classically accompanied with some lemony spice or vinaigrette almost seems like a gift from the heavens. Truly, nothing quite compares to the ...
  • 10 Best Buffalo Chicken Wings in Singapore Guaranteed to Make You Sweat

    Last Updated: December 26, 2016
    best-buffalo-wings-singapore Singaporeans love chicken wings (ok, most of the world does too). It’s comfort food and judging by the number of eateries offering them or even specialising in just wings is astounding. However, everyone has a preference to how they like their chicken wings prepared - some like them Korean Yangnum style (double layer of chilli), Southern style (buttermilk and cayenne), Cantonese Cze Char style (Prawn Paste), Buffalo Style (hot and sour sauce), etc. ...
  • 11 Work-Friendly Cafes With Free Power Socket and WiFi

    Last Updated: November 7, 2016
    In my school years, I met many who believed that a distractive demon lurked in their bedrooms. Apparently, each time studying commenced at home, shenanigans from the foul spirit would thwart all their plans. Stifled by this myth, they would move to ghost-free places like Starbucks to reattempt studying. The problem: Many cafes weren't the most welcoming to extended stays. ...
  • 8 Best Roast Meat 燒味 Stalls in Singapore

    Last Updated: January 31, 2016
    best roast meat stalls singapore cantonese The holy trinity of roast meats done Hong Kong Style - Char Siew/ Char Siu 叉燒 (Barbecued Flavoured Pork), Siew Yoke/Siu Yuk 燒肉 (Roast Pork), and Siew Ngap 燒鴨 (Roast Duck). Despite the well-known dialect dish names which pay homage to the Cantonese region where the recipe was perfected, this style of roast meat is pretty much localised in Singapore. Every respectable food court or food centre in Singapore will have a stall or two selling Hong Kong styled roast meat. However, most only excel in one particular roasted meat and the other two are just average. Few stalls do everything well and hence this article aims to list the stalls that are the most all-rounded in each meat. ...
  • 8 Singapore Restaurants So Popular, The Reservation Waiting List is Crazy

    Last Updated: January 7, 2015
    Those who consider themselves devout foodies cannot be fully enlightened without having a taste of the finest Singapore has to offer. How these gourmet restaurants are deemed the crème de la crème: Their absurdly long waiting lists. That, instead of standing in line for hours, is the apparent measure of excellence today. If it seems a tad overzealous to have to commit to the restaurant up to 4 months in advance, consider it part of the sacrifice for your epicurean pilgrimage. ...
  • 18 Best Hokkien Prawn Mee 福建蝦麵 Stalls in Singapore

    Last Updated: February 23, 2017
    Our obsession with food is mind boggling. Others eat to live, Singaporeans simply live to eat. Singaporeans are willing travel around our tiny island to seek out the best dishes and Hokkien Mee ...
  • 10 Best Teochew Porridge 潮洲粥 Stalls in Singapore You Have to Hunt Down Now

    Last Updated: December 23, 2016
    Teochew porridge, also known in colloquial dialect as 'Teochew Mui' 糜 to foreigners is a really strange and peculiar dish to say the least as it is nothing like the mushy rice porridge or al ...
  • 14 Best Kway Chaps 粿汁 To Try In Singapore

    Last Updated: December 23, 2016
    Kway Chap, the 2-part Teochew dish that enraptures true gourmands of the scrumptious pig, is a combination of Kway—a soy sauce broth with thin, broad rice sheets—and a freely customizable ...
  • 8 Christmas Party Catering Options in Singapore For The Ultimate Feast

    Last Updated: November 24, 2016
    December has come! It's time to deck the halls and all that jazz. Though it's a slight pity we always miss the idyllic White Christmas in tropical Singapore, gobbling a homemade feast for the ages does resonate soundly with the festive spirit. As much as many of us dream about slickly whipping up the perfect entrées, only some are endowed with deft cooking hands, leaving a dependent remainder who turn to commercial options. But with abundant caterers adept at Christmas arrangements of all sizes ever ready to deliver to your doorstep, there's no longer a need for you to find a better party in the potentially stormy wilderness. ...
  • Top 11 Must Try Hawker Food Centres in Singapore

    Last Updated: December 26, 2016
    Food centres are uniquely and symbolically Singaporean; you will not find a similar set-up anywhere else on planet earth. A mishmash of good quality local and international dishes all served ...
  • 30 Best Midnight Supper Spots in Singapore For Hungry Insomniacs

    Last Updated: December 23, 2016
    Being a nation of foodies, we do have an endless list of places to go to. It's not gluttony but we do eat a lot. At work, in school, along the street, you will always see someone with some form ...
  • 13 Meals Below $5 to Eat in Town / Orchard That Will Save You A Crapload

    Last Updated: January 11, 2016
    There are many reasons people visit town, the extravagant shopping belt that spans Dhoby Ghaut, Somerset, and Orchard. For some, sauntering about malls and their grandiloquent walkways with schoolmates or colleagues is somewhat a delightful routine. For others, intimate activities like paktor-ing, skating, or visiting "tourist attractions" make town so wholesome. In view of the opulence associated with town, it is not often that the consumption of affordable food is quoted as one of the above reasons, though that hardly implies that we can't find cheap and good stuff around. When it comes to cost savings, it doesn't take an MBA-holder to know that the shoddier a building looks, the lower its prices are likely to be. ...
  • 17 Must Try Places to Eat in Bukit Timah and Holland Road

    Last Updated: December 26, 2016
    To most Singaporeans, the Bukit Timah-Holland belt is known for the 'McDonald’s at the now demolished King Albert Park' or a 'super expensive housing district' with big houses and flashy ...
  • 15 Best Chicken Rice in Singapore You Can Find

    Last Updated: December 26, 2016
    Where's the best chicken rice in Singapore? I like to think that my love for chicken rice is unparalleled. Could I have it for lunch everyday? Sure. Dinner as well? You bet I'll try. If ...
  • 15 Cheapest Happy Hour Beer Bars In Singapore You Can Get Drunk On

    Last Updated: March 30, 2017
    The age of narcissism has not been too kind to us city drinkers. Considering that Singapore, following a 2014 tax hike, has gloriously been crowned the country selling the most expensive ...
  • 12 Must Try Bak Chor Mee 肉脞面 Stalls in Singapore

    Last Updated: December 23, 2016
    Bak Chor Mee (肉脞面) literally means "minced meat and noodles" in the Teochew dialect. Originally a soupy dish – minced pork in broth served with mee pok (flat egg noodles) or mee kia (thin ...
  • 11 Singapore Hawker Meals Below $2 You Won’t Believe Still Exist

    Last Updated: December 23, 2016
    Southeast Asia is known for many things: deviance, superstition, and not least cheaply priced commodities, but odds-defiant Singapore - in its steady ascension in the sphere of popular metropo...
  • 5 Spicy Foods In Singapore You Never Thought Could Cool You Down

    Last Updated: October 29, 2014
    You are panting as you briskly make your exasperating journey on foot to a sheltered sanctuary peddling your favourite lunch. Perhaps you're thinking about some grilled chicken, but in the moment, you might just as well be someone else's meat on the public grill. As your impeccable office wear begins to be attracted to your skin's increasing moistness, you may be wondering why you ever left the sacred air conditioning of the workplace in the first place for a food hunt under the sweltering sun. spicy chili foods singapore ...