• Eats
  • The 2017 Ramadan Bazaar – a review

    The ultimate pasar malam, they say. The Ramadan Bazaar, normally touted for its authenticity, has now become a by-product of the enterprising millennial culture. Also, sub-standard expensive food. Here’s why its worth a trip, though. So, On Monday, I did what most food bloggers have already done in Singapore – head to the Ramadan Bazaar […]

  • Eats
  • Wine & Dine with Wine & Chef

    Wine and Chef, a new bar/restaurant along Keong Saik, is setting the scene ablaze with affordable wines, delicious cocktails, and mouth-watering food. Wine and Chef opened its doors early this year, presenting frequent visitors of the rather happening Keong Saik/Bukit Pasoh district with a new alternative – a restaurant in a wine shop. Boasting close […]

  • Eats
  • Monkey business at Flying Monkey Singapore

    This trendy new Indian tapas bar/restaurant has us wagging our tongues and swinging from tree to tree for their delicious Indian foods and creative cocktails. Indian foods gets a refreshing tapas-like twist in this swanky new hang-out on 67 Bussorah Street. Serving up traditional north and south Indian dishes in bite sized portions using fun […]

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  • Easter at Capella

    Easter weekend is just around the corner! Looking to celebrate it in style? Head down over to Capella, where they have a whole fun-filled easter weekend lined up for you and your family. From the 14 to 16 of April, Capella is throwing its (pretty cool) doors out to all who’d like to skip around […]

  • Travel
  • The Foodie’s Guide to Bali

    Too much of a good thing can be wonderful… in Bali The interesting thing about Bali is the variety of food available. You can never go wrong with the various cafes, or the wonderful restaurants. They have all been tailored to cater to you, the tourist. Imagine getting out of Bali without having to get […]