• 13 popular Taiwan snacks to bring back to

    lifestyle.toggle.sg 15 May '18, 11am

    Suncake, or tai yang bing , is to Taiwan what pandan cake is to Singapore. A traditional Taiwanese dessert that originated in Taichung, Taiwan, suncake is a flat and round pastry shaped like the sun, filled with soft, sticky maltose (condensed malt sugar), which bears a similar textur...

  • Just opened May 2018: New eateries in

    lifestyle.toggle.sg 14 May '18, 10am

    It’s not every day that you get to try the cooking of a MasterChef winner, unless of course, you’re at Restaurant Ibid, the very first concept by Woo Wai Leong of MasterChef Asia fame. This is where the Singaporean combines Nanyang-style contemporary Chinese sensibilities with his Wes...

  • Best vegan, vegetarian, and vegetarian

    lifestyle.toggle.sg 01 May '18, 9am

    Whole Earth is the first and only Peranakan-Thai vegetarian restaurant in Singapore, and likewise, it’s the only plant-based restaurant to be awarded the inaugural Michelin Bib Gourmand award in 2016. Fresh vegetables, legumes, mushrooms, and grains are dished to authentic Peranakan a...

  • Just opened April 2018: New restaurants and

    lifestyle.toggle.sg 08 Apr '18, 5am

    The Establishment is the group behind brands like Nutmeg & Clove, Wanton Seng’s Noodle Bar, and Gem Bar, and it’s just opened Zui Hong Lou (“Drunken Red House”) in Tanjong Pagar. Priding itself on contemporary Asian dishes and in a no-frills setting, expect to tuck into an array of un...

  • 10 Starbucks outlets in Singapore that are

    lifestyle.toggle.sg 22 Feb '18, 10am

    Photo: Starbucks Singapore Facebook When it landed in Singapore in 1996, Starbucks changed every Singaporean’s perception of coffee. But in addition to serving jazzed up lattes and 1 for 1 festive drinks, Starbucks is also a super comfortable place to chill. Here are some of the best ...

  • The biggest A(ir)-listers at Art-Zoo

    lifestyle.toggle.sg 10 Mar '18, 5am

    We can see these giant inflatables blowing up all over social media Singapore’s largest inflatable playground is BACK, and it’s cuter – and bouncier – than ever. Created by Singaporean artist, designer, and curator, Jackson Tan, the second edition of Art-Zoo features 15 clusters of an...

  • Where to eat and drink at Robertson Quay

    lifestyle.toggle.sg 19 Feb '18, 5am

    The inner city neighbourhood of Robertson Quay is heavily frequented for good reason. There’s just something enticing about the riverside: the cool cafes, the chilled out vibes, and plus, our favourite sake shop is there. So without further ado, here are the best restaurants and cafes...

  • Gong Cha reopens in Singapore: Full menu and

    lifestyle.toggle.sg 02 Dec '17, 5am

    Gong Cha is BACK in Singapore: Check out the full menu Here’s what you should know about the new and improved Gong Cha: in addition to bringing back the old favourites (hello, Earl Grey Milk Tea!), the outlet has launched two new series of drinks – Tea Latte and Smoothie, along with a...

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