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Yan Kee Noodle House - Popular Dry Mee Sua Shop Opens Opposite Its Old Location At Circular Road

Well, news on social media spreads fast, and fans of Yan Kee (炎记) Noodle House’s Bak Chor Mee and Dry Mee Sua would have known they have opened a shop right opposite their previous location. Long story short: Yan Kee used to be at BK Eating House at the junction of South Bridge Road and Circular Road for about 10 years, popular among office workers and clubbers nearby. Word has it that they have been “forced to move out” by their previous landlord. The only thing is, there is another stall at BK Eating House now selling the same......

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TaiGai 台盖 – Popular Tea Brand With Fruit-Blended Milk Cheese Crowns And "Dancing Bear" Cups Opens At NEX

TaiGai 台盖 – Popular Tea Brand With Fruit-Blended Milk Cheese Crowns And “Dancing Bear” Cups Opens At NEX

Bubble tea and fruit tea fans have to get ready for not just one, but two big brands arriving to Singapore. TaiGai 台盖 has opened its first outlet at NEX Serangoon (basement 2 opposite BreadTalk and Toast Box); while Nayuki 奈雪の茶 known for its fresh-fruit blended premium teas and...

September 05, 2018
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Amber Ember – Charming Chic Café With Dusty Pink Interiors At Serangoon. Serves Jaffles for Brunch

Amber Ember – Charming Chic Café With Dusty Pink Interiors At Serangoon. Serves Jaffles for Brunch

What’s with all the sandwich places? First Isaac Toast, then Egg Stop’s s Brioche Toast, and now Jaffles? Amber Ember, a chic café located at Upper Serangoon Road, serves up serves Jaffles for brunch. It is located off Serangoon Central, at a standalone building situated next to Upper Serangoon...

September 03, 2018
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Hai Tien Lo – For Cantonese Delicacies & Dim Sum. Receive A Complimentary Peking Duck With Any Order Of Set Menu

Hai Tien Lo – For Cantonese Delicacies & Dim Sum. Receive A Complimentary Peking Duck With Any Order Of Set Menu

Hai Tien Lo (海天楼) at Pan Pacific Singapore has always been known for its Cantonese delicacies and quality dim sum. Literally meaning “stairway to heaven”, diners frequently go for their double boiled soups, classic braised food, claypot dishes and delicious roasts especially the Peking Duck. (Click PLAY for highlights...

September 02, 2018
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R&B 巡茶 - 1st Brown Sugar Boba Milk with Cheese Brûlée In Singapore. At MBS, Marina Square, Toa Payoh, Punggol, SP

R&B 巡茶 – 1st Brown Sugar Boba Milk with Cheese Brûlée In Singapore. At MBS, Marina Square, Toa Payoh, Punggol, SP

As if history is repeating itself, bubble teas are back in trend again. However, the bubble tea shops in Singapore are also getting more creative, introducing tastier, healthier and more instagrammable beverages. R&B 巡茶’s (previously known as “R&B Tea”) latest offering of Brown Sugar Boba Milk with Cheese Brûlée...

August 30, 2018
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PocoLoco - Authentic, Inexpensive Pasta Shop Opens At Yishun Wisteria Mall And Novena, With Japanese Uni & Mentaiko Pasta Specials

PocoLoco – Authentic, Inexpensive Pasta Shop Opens At Yishun Wisteria Mall And Novena, With Japanese Uni & Mentaiko Pasta Specials

PocoLoco has always been known for serving authentic-tasting Italian pasta at pocket-friendly prices. Another interesting trait: Its restaurants have usually opened at more obscure spots as well, from under a flat at Ang Mo Kio Ave 10, and Snow City in Jurong. (Click PLAY for highlights of PocoLoco at...

August 28, 2018
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Chin Sin Huan 振新园 - 2nd Generation Of Famous Tanjong Rhu Pau Opens Café Serving Delicious Buns And Fan Choy

Chin Sin Huan 振新园 – 2nd Generation Of Famous Tanjong Rhu Pau Opens Café Serving Delicious Buns And Fan Choy

The name of “Chin Sin Huan” may be vaguely familiar, especially to those staying around Jalan Batu and Guillemard area. The coffee shop houses Tanjong Rhu Pau, known for its mini-sized Char Siew Buns of slightly-sweet skin and moist pork fillings. Chin Sin Huan 振新园 along Jalan Besar, however,...

August 25, 2018
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