Homeground Coffee Roasters’s coffee nails a homerun, but its brunch fare needs a little more execution.
Three B’s you must know at this newly opened bakery. Balkan breads. Burek. Baklavas.
You’ll find that despite less-than-stellar reviews on Google Maps, people keep returning. It’s because there’s something about this Parisienne cafe you can’t quite figure out. And I don’t think it’s the L’African hot chocolate.
I think I found my favorite coffee shop in Singapore.
Dear restaurants, know the market. Serve an all-day brunch Sunday menu. Customers expect that, and they don’t have time to check your Instagram.
200g of Smoked Chili Maple Glazed Bacon Steak. You can’t go wrong with that.
Bouncy, fluffy, and warm, Flippers makes the best Kiseki pancakes in Singapore.
So when’s the best time to beat the snaking lines at Sukiya?
I had high expectations for this local fried chicken favorite. But then, it all came tumbling down with a very judgmental service.
There’s something satisfying about bakeries — they never break your budget yet they delight your day.
This is what Kreams are made of.
Another cafe to add to your bucket list for brunch aficionados or if you want a taste of Paris in Singapore while you wait for travel to normalize.
If you don’t consume it within 20 minutes, they’ll exchange a new one for you. Hmm.
Sorry. This is NOT a bagel.
Climb this narrow staircase and maybe you’ll find the best brioche doughnuts in Singapore.
Here at Meatsmith to satisfy my cravings for some really good brisket.
Meet Burnt Ends and the steak of your dreams.
Beef brisket. Sweet potato casserole. That’s what BBQ is all about. Not just a rack of ribs.
Because I was craving for Yorkshire pudding. And gravy. Lots and lots of it.
Let me introduce you to my favorite bakery in Singapore.