London’s famous Burger & Lobster opens at Jewel Changi Airport with a Singapore-exclusive sambal lobster

The lobster roll goes for $40, while the burger is priced at $25. Read on

Antoinette hits refresh with a new series of souffle pancakes, pretty cakes, and savory dishes

A sugar high awaits. Read on

After 20 years in Singapore, Dome Cafe will close its last outlet in June

Fare thee well, Dome. Read on

New in bizarre foods: Mi goreng toast, brown sugar lava xiao long bao, and latte-lookalike desserts

Seems unnecessary, but okay. Read on

Rumor has it: Cult favorite American burger chain Five Guys may be coming to Singapore

Another burger joint? Why not. Read on

Croissant taiyaki gets stuffed with fillings like yam, cheese, and gula melaka at this Orchard joint

Think about that crisp, flaky goodness. Read on

Springleaf Prata Place, thanks to Liverpool’s win, is giving out free prata to the first 10 fans at its outlets

Did someone say free prata? Read on

Kind Kones churns out natural, vegan ice cream and desserts as a healthier alternative

Free of dairy, gluten, and refined sugar. Read on

Toblerone, M&M’s, Snickers, and Twix ice cream bars are now available in Singapore

The sugary stuff of childhood dreams. Read on

South Korean pocket pides packed with soft shell prawns and edamame balls have arrived in the CBD

Say yes to stuffed flatbreads. Read on

Local shoe label Pazzion opens its first cafe, a sleek space at Jewel Changi Airport

There’s plenty to see and do at the newest crown jewel of Changi Airport, but don’t let the big name brands like Shake Shack... Read on

Orchard’s got a new minimalist, all-white cafe in Glyph Supply Co

A quiet cafe for your afternoon cuppa. Read on


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