11 alfresco and garden-themed restaurants for a chill weekend out

Mother Nature is calling out your name, and in a garden city like Singapore, it’s not hard to surround yourself with lush greenery. So step out of your air-conditioned homes and breathe in the fresh air of the great outdoors at alfresco tables or restaurants with their own edible gardens. Alternatively, if you truly can’t ...

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The cheapskate’s guide to wine on a budget in Singapore

The cheapskate’s guide to wine on a budget in Singapore

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...

Best bubble tea in Singapore: Where to get milk tea, cheese tea, fruit tea, and other fancy new drinks

Best bubble tea in Singapore: Where to get milk tea, cheese tea, fruit tea, and other fancy new drinks

The phenomenon that is bubble tea originated in Taiwan and arrived in Singapore in 1992, but it wasn’t until 2001 that the drink reached the pinnacle of its popularity here. If...

Get cheesy: 9 cafes that satisfy your grilled cheese sandwich cravings

Get cheesy: 9 cafes that satisfy your grilled cheese sandwich cravings

Cheese, to us, is the ultimate comfort food ingredient. Apologies to our lactose-intolerant readers, but here at Coconuts Singapore, we just can’t get enough of it – whether...

Best romantic restaurants in Singapore: Where to go for candlelit dinners, date nights, and special occasions

Best romantic restaurants in Singapore: Where to go for candlelit dinners, date nights, and special occasions

Ah, the scent of romance is in the air. Whether you’re the dreamy type who loves surprising your significant other with picturesque dates, or you don’t possess a romantic bone...

Unusual Chinese New Year 2018 goodies: Nasi lemak cookies, bak kwa pineapple tarts, yam macarons and more

Unusual Chinese New Year 2018 goodies: Nasi lemak cookies, bak kwa pineapple tarts, yam macarons and more

Gone are the days when Chinese New Year treats just meant your regular pineapple tarts, cookies, love letters, and nian gao. Sure, you can still get your hands on these OG...

This year’s dog-shaped yusheng dishes ranked from the intricate and impressive to the downright bizarre

This year’s dog-shaped yusheng dishes ranked from the intricate and impressive to the downright bizarre

By now, you would’ve seen all the dog motifs, soft toys, knick-knacks, and embellishments interspersed with blasts of in-your-face red hues across shops, malls, and...

2017 in review: Coconuts Singapore’s top 10 food stories of the year

2017 in review: Coconuts Singapore’s top 10 food stories of the year

Food is something that’s near and dear to our hearts – after all, we’re not known as a foodie nation for no reason. Good hawker grub, chill cafes, fine dining restaurants,...

18 restaurants to celebrate New Year’s Eve 2017 with swanky dinners, festive fireworks, and beach BBQs

18 restaurants to celebrate New Year’s Eve 2017 with swanky dinners, festive fireworks, and beach BBQs

As the year draws to an end, this is your last chance to feast in the name of festive celebrations before 2018 arrives… along with all your new year’s resolutions about...

Festive Feasting 2017: Treat yourself to afternoon teas, buffet spreads, and bubbly brunches this Christmas

Festive Feasting 2017: Treat yourself to afternoon teas, buffet spreads, and bubbly brunches this Christmas

There’s no better reason than Christmas to throw on your loosest outfits and make plans to catch up with all your loved ones over festive feasts. Whether or not you celebrate...