Food

"People who love to eat are always the best people." Julia Child

Arteastiq Bistro & Bar: I Have Just Found My Go-to Brunch Spot

Because of my innate impatience and inclination towards restlessness, I have never quite understood the allure of a laidback brunch session. There are also many... Read More

Quenching Thirst with the Sri Lankan King Coconut (Thembili)

Along Sri Lanka’s roadsides, there stand erect many rustic stalls where locals hawk snacks, drinks and sweets. Drawing the attention of drivers are bunches of... Read More

Pizza Arc: Hidden Gem in Yishun Doles Out Pretty Decent Halal Pizzas

This is a PSA: In the quiet backwater of Yishun, there is a Halal-certified pizza joint that offers decent pizzas, many of which amalgamate Asian... Read More

Yue Long Men Hotpot, Pagoda Street, Heats up Singapore’s F&B Scene

The next time you enjoy a hot pot session with your friends or loved ones, you may want to offer up a thank you to... Read More

The Butcher’s Kitchen, Suntec City: Flaming Beef Bowls Gimmicky but Good

Incepted in 2003, The Butcher at Holland Village is your one-stop shop for gourmet products such as steaks, chops and sausages as well as sauces... Read More

The Boneless Kitchen: Meatless Korean Dishes That Are an Utter Delight

Meatless Korean dining at first sounded to me like an asinine idea, one that panders to the whims of snobby organic-food eaters. But one trip... Read More

Run by Special-needs Trainees, APSN Mystical Café for All Doles Out Affordable, Tasty Grub

Step into APSN Mystical Café for All and immediately your spirit gets lifted by the congenial interior, characterised by white vortex side chairs and distressed... Read More

Deep-fried Soba the Highlight at Soba Specialist Nadai FujiSoba Ni-hachi

Mention “soba” and one immediately thinks of Japan, bustling streets lined with traditional restaurants and stalls purveying sushi, okonomiyaki, takoyaki and the like, a sleepless... Read More

Chu Tang, DUO Galleria, Offers Hearty Cuban Sandwiches

Some five hundred years ago, the Taíno tribe created the first Cuban sandwich. The primordial version featured casabe, a kind of crispy flatbread made from... Read More

Want a Taste of Peruvian Cuisine in Singapore? Head to Tono Cevicheria.

“Training for Machu Picchu,” I chuckled as I wrote the photo caption on Instagram Story, impressed by my own wit. Only I, gluttonous with an... Read More