Taiwanese bubble tea brand The Alley and its brown sugar pearls are coming to Singapore

And the bubble tea trend continues. Read on

Camaca: New cafe at King Albert Park has swirls of gelato in the shape of massive macarons

A little corner for gelato and coffee in Bukit Timah. Read on

Cookie dough cups, in flavors like lemon tart and brownie batter, at new dessert store Dohkie

Now you can have your cookie dough and eat it. Read on

Malaysia’s bizarrely popular Milo-coated fried chicken arrives in a Singaporean cafe

Forget the weak-ass salted egg fries from McDonald's (or salted egg lizards for that matter). Read on

Pringles ramen arrives in Singapore retailing at $4.50, double the price of that in Japan

Add a little variety to your usual instant noodle supply. Read on

Tiger Sugar, the brown sugar boba milk brand that’s always got crazy queues, is opening a third branch at Orchard in Jan

More outlets mean less queues. Read on

Kilo Kitchen relocates to Duxton Road, with Kilo Lounge a stone’s throw away

After 8 years at Kampong Bugis Road, it's found a new home. Read on

Winnie’s is the newest bubble tea brand in Singapore, with a long list of fruit teas, milk teas, and more

Bubble tea love still going strong. Read on

Pusheen lovers, rejoice: World’s first Pusheen cafe to launch in Singapore this January

There's no such thing as too much Pusheen. Read on

Jumbo Seafood’s new outlet at Ion Orchard is the brand’s first opening in 10 years

Chilli crabs come to town. Read on

From hawker to hotel: Local dishes get the fancy treatment at Shangri-La’s new breakfast buffet

Get dressed smart casual for breakfast. Read on

Local celeb chef Justin Quek collaborates with Xin Wang HK Cafe to roll out new creations

Available only for a week at selected outlets. Read on

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