Foodie report: Spanish breakfast, Japanese grill, new bubble tea, and more

More answers to that FAQ: Where to eat? Read on

What to eat and drink at the updated Great (food) World

It’s like a heartland mall with lots of gourmet eats and fresh bakes. Read on

Put big American heroes in your mouth at Blimpie’s first Singapore shop

Big fresh subs at U.S. chain’s are currently available in Singapore. Read on

Feast at Taiwan’s famed Ningxia Night Market when it lands in Singapore

Chefs and vendors flying in to serve up some of Taiwan’s most exceptional street dishes, such as Flaming Beef Cubes, Beef Noodles, Tian Bu... Read on

McDonald’s Prosperity Burger, Twister Fries return Thursday

Important: Chinese New Year fast food is back. Read on

Irvins to serve salted egg and truffle rice/noodles in Wisma Atria

From salted egg fish skins to salted egg chicken rice. Read on

The Singapore Sling gets 2020 updates at art bar’s new digs

The century-old national cocktail to come in five flavors with dishes as diverse as we are. Read on

Chinese New Year 2020: Best goodies to usher in the year of the rat

So good you might want to buy one for yourself. Read on

Chinese New Year 2020: Our picks for the most unique yu sheng to toss

Let’s hope they’ll bring in big money in the coming rat year. Read on

Malaysian-style Nasi Lemak lands in Singapore

Two guys from Petaling Jaya have crossed the border to show Singaporeans how it’s done. Read on

Slurp on extra-fishy goodness at Go Noodle House’ first Singapore outlet

Where the broth is made from 40 different types of fish bones. Read on

US burger chain Five Guys arrives Monday in Singapore

Burgers and milkshakes, here we come! Read on


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Appreciating wine is an art form, one that isn’t the easiest to grasp. Sure, we can all identify the reds and whites that give our taste buds a treat – but to put the experience into words like “bright” and “crisp” or “oaky” and “tannic”? Who has time for that? Wine...

Coconuts Singapore Food & Drink

In this day and age, everything’s up in the air and lines are constantly becoming blurred. But one thing’s for sure – eating is the national hobby of Singapore. That much we know. Forget complaining or sleeping – we all love our food, and we’re always thinking about how best to maximize our stomach space to fill it with all the dishes we love (admit it). If we aren’t tucking into a plate of bak chor mee or nasi lemak at our favourite hawker centre, we’re probably dreaming about where to get our next durian dessert fix or arguing over which stall sells the best chicken rice ever. But that’s what makes Singapore so amazing when it comes to food – we’ve got such a mishmash of cultures, you can pretty much find any cuisine you’re craving for, from Japanese ramen and Korean fried chicken to Mexican tacos and Italian pastas. The perks of living in such a deliciously diverse metropolis? You won’t even have to break the bank to stuff your face, ‘cause the F&B scene here boasts an extensive range of affordable food courts, easily accessible takeaway joints, mid-tier cafes, and fancy fine dining restaurants. So if you want the lowdown on new eatery openings, menu switch-ups, visiting celeb chefs, pop-up food trucks, festive feasts, Insta-worthy creations and everything in between, come to us. We’ll help all you fickle foodies decide where to chow down on your next meal, so you won’t have to waste your hard-earned dollars on awful grub.

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