Chicken rice, nasi lemak, satay, and laksa come up tops in new survey of popular Singaporean foods

See if your favorites made the list. Read on

$1.30 dim sum chain opens another 24-hour stall at a coffee shop in Ang Mo Kio

Just like its Woodlands sister, it never closes its doors. Read on

Yep, brown sugar pearl milk ice cream is now available (and selling fast) in Singapore

The next order comes in on Aug 19. Read on

Popular experimental cafe Non Entree Desserts to close on Oct 20 after 4 years

Eating at Non Entrée Desserts is quite an experience if you've never been. Read on

Popular Japanese conveyor belt sushi chain Sushiro to make its Southeast Asian debut in Singapore

Price tags here start from an affordable $2.20. Read on

Popular American soft serve brand Little Damage brings its charcoal cones and vegan varieties to Singapore

A trendy new ice cream parlor lands on our shores. Read on

Nasty Cookie sets up shop at Funan with monster cookies, shakes, and soft serves on the menu

Make plans to visit only on your cheat day. Read on

Matcha mania: This Japanese dessert shop is opening its first Southeast Asian outlet at Suntec City

Think matcha latte, soft serve, warabi mochi, obanyaki, and more. Read on

Cafe Culture brings popular overseas brands like Lune Croissanterie and Sisterfields to Singapore for a 4-day fest

Get your cafe-hopping cap on. Read on

Popular bread maker Starter Lab from Bali to open a bakery and cafe in Singapore next month

Sourdough breads and pastries coming to Havelock Road. Read on

Indian restaurant Copper Chimney undergoes a makeover for a new look and menu

A fresh overhaul for the 7-year-old eatery. Read on

Bubble tea’s bad rep: This hospital just released a calorie guide to your guilty pleasure

If you really must indulge, at least reduce your sugar level to 30 percent (or lower). Read on


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