Tiong Bahru Bakery finds new home at former public pool at Fort Canning

Have a picnic on the lawn or catch the bakers in action. Read on

Goodbye Straits Clan, hello Mandala Club – and new restaurant pop-up

Out with the old, in with the new. Read on

Flash Coffee plans to open more than 100 stores in Singapore

More coffee connoisseurs in Singapore can soon get their drinks in a flash. Read on

Park Bench Deli to return with new all-day menu

Sandwich joint’s comeback include pickled whiskey and a fiery ‘Chong King’ burger. Read on

Fukui omakase opens on Mohamed Sultan Road

Seasonal Japanese ingredients mean a different meal every time you go. Read on

Crunch on thin crust pizzas loved by Miami’s basketballers at 800º Woodfired Kitchen

Good, wholesome pizzas that don’t break the bank coming right up. Read on

Singapore’s ‘Labyrinth’ debuts on Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants list

It also won an award for sustainability. Read on

Get ‘Temple Street’ cold cocktails at your door, ready to pour, Singapore

New booze-in-a-bottle from ‘Trouble Brewing.’ Read on

Cat & the Fiddle now has a cafe for its cheesecakes, coffees and ice creams

Have your cake and eat it (seated) too. Read on

KFC Singapore wraps mac and cheese Zinger rolls starting tomorrow

Cheesy Finger Lickin’ Good. Read on

Little Farms opens its largest grocery store yet in Katong

Living in the east? Here’s a way to eat healthier. Read on

Sip on ice-cold brews at Copenhagen’s Mikkeller new Chinatown hawker stall

A cold craft pour sounds about right in this heat. Read on

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