Tag: Serangoon


Eleven Strands – Affordable Italian & French Dining At Serangoon, Sister Cafe Of South Union Park

From the team which founded South Union Park (Kembangan), Elevens Strands is their latest Italian and French dining concept which have found themselves a home in Serangoon. Despite being slightly secluded, this “Hidden Gem of Kembangan” has been one of my personal favourite dining spots which I would make an effort to travel for. Taking over the defunct Kombi Rocks Diner, Eleven Strands has revitalized the space with simple yet elegant touches, from lapis blue signage, golden molecular chandelier to nautical inspired decors. Leveraging on their former strength, they serve up 13 different kinds of pasta offerings – from......

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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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Scissors Paper Stove - Pretty Instagrammable Restaurant, Spanish Tapas With Asian Flavours Found In Serangoon

Scissors Paper Stove – Pretty Instagrammable Restaurant, Spanish Tapas With Asian Flavours Found In Serangoon

The name “Scissors Paper Stove” is the play on the game “scissors paper stone”, which can suggest the playfulness and light-heartedness behind this NEW Asian tapas restaurant. Foodies who stay in Serangoon should be familiar with Teck Chye Terrace – a row of shophouses lined with restaurants serving a...

June 01, 2018
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Cottontail Creamery - Taiwanese-Owned Ice Cream Café. For Crepes and Weekend Brunch At Serangoon

Cottontail Creamery – Taiwanese-Owned Ice Cream Café. For Crepes and Weekend Brunch At Serangoon

There is something different about a Taiwanese cafe that differentiates themselves from one in Singapore, which is the touch of arty-fartyness (文青) in them. Located right opposite to NEX (exit F of Serangoon MRT station), along the stretch of shophouses, is an ice cream creamery opened by the Taiwanese....

December 09, 2017
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