While the place is specializing in coffee, they have quite a good menu offering the different kinds of coffee. Coffee lovers might want to visit this place to check it out.
If you’d like a taste of Brotherbird Bakehouse’s more unique flavours, without having to deal with ordering online, head down to the newly-reopened Brotherbird Coffeehouse.
Food at % Arabica is limited to a few baked goods. People come for the coffee beverages, in either hot or iced form.
We look forward to seeing how Kumoya gets morphed into Kiki and Lala’s very own heavenly Land of Stars, with hanging clouds, lots of stars, and decked in dreamy pastel tones.
Have a go with their claw machine and you might walk away with your own We Bare Bear plushie.
From adults to children, there is plenty for all generations to enjoy.
Depending on preference I suppose, you will find your favourite drink at Flying Monkey’s New Cocktail Menu.
Overall, lunch at the Flying Monkey was an interesting experience.
Truth be told, I am no indian sweets fan, infact I find them way too sweet for comfort. The sweetness that hits like a wave of tsunami is unforgettable and I probably find more solace in their lassis than sweets.
Damn it's good!
21 reviews of Cicheti "As far as pizza goes, I don't think there is another choice here. This is my second visit. Last visit left a very good impression, esp. the pizza so we decided to venture back for some good crust which is such a rarity on…
Restaurants rarely get them all right but at Cicheti, even the desserts are worth a mention.
The space of Earlybird is cosy and spacious, which makes it an ideal space to have a leisurely brunch. The dishes are generally on point for a cafe, with no GST and service charge.
Every dish at Earlybird impressed, and it is safe to say that this is one of the best cafes to open in Singapore this year.
With addition of Earlybird, the cafe scene in the area is getting more competition.
I think I will be heading back again pretty soon for their great nasi padang.
There is so much variety there we will have to eat there many times to try the many other interesting dishes.
After all, as with tapas or dim sum, each dish is not meant to be self contained. They are not paintings of their own but swathes of colour, each vivid but only making sense together. Or at least I think so.
The black tea with panna cotta was a nice drink dessert combi, with fragrant tea and creamy and slurpy panna cotta.
The drinks were quite delicious, and I especially enjoyed the cheese foam tea.
They are well-known for their Cream Cheese Foam drinks and also earned the honourable title of “God of Cheese Tea”.
Service at Rich & Good Cake Shop is fast and efficient, albeit fairly transactional.
The queue is relatively long due to the crowded who descended to Jewel Changi Airport, and supply (”this flavour don’t have, that one sold out”) seems to be short as the Swiss Rolls are quickly snapped up by late afternoon.
Their Swiss rolls are all made fresh daily and the benefits include a stronger aroma and fresher flavour.
Overall, it was our first time dining at Alaturka and we can’t wait to make a return visit there. The food is authentic and delicious, accompanied by friendly service.
A trip to a Middle Eastern restaurant is not without grilled meats and here at Alaturka, there are choices aplenty.
Lahmacun Lamb is like a Turkish pizza made with flatbread and minced lamb toppings. The sweet tomato base worked well with the juicy minced lamb.
Overall, the flavours at Byblos Grill was tasty with sparingly spice in the dishes, comparatively with their Greek counterpart. We thought it would be a good start for anyone is trying Middle Eastern Cuisine for the first time.
Overall, the flavours at Byblos Grill was tasty with sparingly spice in the dishes, comparatively with their Greek counterpart.
Nice and woody coffee. A cool and somewhat poser cafe, which appears to be the flavour of the day.
This is good coffee spot if you are in the Kampong Glam vicinity.
A spot that puts in the effort in serving their patrons the very best, Double Up Coffee is a space with potential
I do feel that it is a great place to let your hair down and enjoy some peranakan food with recipes that are passed down after all the teething problems are solved.
Maison Ikkoku Bar will be rolling out surprises and celebratory events as the year draws closer to an end. Keep your eyes peeled to their social media pages for updates.
Serves Fuzhou cuisine, which is not common in Singapore. Efficient service. Limited seats. Can get crowded during meal times
The noodles dishes at Seow Choon Hua Restaurant were simple comfort food which were delicious and enjoyable.
Foo Chow Fishballs are different in that they are stuffed with minced pork. It is authentic, with a big heavy fish paste engulfing minced pork flavoured just like times of old.
It is balanced so exquisitely, because it is light, the sweetness acidity and freshness has to dance around each other.
I was distracted by the peppers to really focus on the chicken. But from what I remember, the meat was juicy and flavourful.
Music was good and the ambience was really chill - we liked this place and would definitely want to be back for more of our gatherings.
Interestingly, Good Luck Beerhouse also serves dim sum on its menu. Who knows, perhaps the unlikely pairing of craft beer and dim sum would be the next IT gourmet combo.
Overall, The Beast Southern Fried Chicken and Fried Cat Fish are their must-try.
My visit to The Beast have been pleasant and revisits are definitely on the agenda...if only they are a tad more baby friendly on weekdays.
The Nasi Lemak Burger by The Beast is pretty legit. They served it with a fried egg, a fried chicken together with lettuce and cucumber, sandwiched in between 2 pieces of rice patties and served along with luncheon meat fries.