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All-day Brunch Now Available at Costa269

As if their handcrafted coffees aren’t already drawing in waves of caffeine lovers, Costa Coffee’s latest flagship store now comes with a spanking hot kitchen rolling out all-day brunch staples. But first, coffee. Coffee lovers, we reckon you’d love the flat white ($6.20). Costa’s baristas are professionally trained and dedicated to serving only the best brews, so […]

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Loof Launches A Mouthwatering Asian Menu By Chef Bjorn Shen

We’ve all seen iconic photos of Loof’s neon signages, quirky interior, and locally-inspired trinkets. This time, the proudly local rooftop bar has outdone themselves with a revamped Singaporean-inspired food and drinks menu by Chef Bjorn Shen, fondly recognized for his masterful “dude food” creations. This menu is no different, worthy of your most gaolat (Singaporean slang for “powerful”) foodie. […]

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Neon Pigeon Rolls Out “Progressive Japanese” Menu by Chef Justin Hammond

Situated in the heart of Keong Saik is Neon Pigeon, doling out its latest menu featuring “progressive Japanese” creations by Chef Justin Hammond, accompanied by Japanese-inspired cocktails. Having honed his skills in Japanese restaurants and bars in Hokkaido, Chef Hammond draws much of his inspiration from his time spent living with Japanese families. The new menu showcases creations using essential Japanese […]

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Open Door Policy launches Singapore’s first 100% gluten-dairy-free menu!

While a fully gluten- and dairy-free menu may sound unappetizing and dull to some, Open Door Policy (or ODP, as it is better known as), stays true to serving wholesome Western and contemporary Asian flavors in a natural, sustainable way. Learning from sister establishment Open Farm Community (OFC), the urban interior of ODP has been converted into a micro-garden from […]

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A Brand New Froth at Ascott Raffles Place Singapore

Previously located at BIG Hotel, Froth Cafe has rebranded itself as a casual fine dining restaurant. The newly revamped Froth is now nestled in Ascott Raffles Place Singapore and serves up popular items from Froth Cafe as well as exciting new creations of Chef Derrick Ow. Froth, Ascott Raffles Place These exciting new creations include the […]

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Editor’s Pick: 5 Best Burgers in Tokyo

Here’s five of the best ones we’ve eaten in Tokyo this year – and even though they aren’t all technically cheeseburgers, they’re all pretty darn delicious. ‘Nuff said. Shack Burger at Shake Shack Since its establishment last November, Shake Shack has been serving up a storm – the launch of its second outlet a mere five […]

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Akari Japanese Dining Bar’s New Menu

Located at Marina Boulevard, Akari Japanese Dining & Bar is a popular hangout for business executives who are looking for a cozy hangout to unwind after a long day at work. Apart from a large array of Japanese sakes, shochus, whiskies and cocktails, Akari’s appeal also lies in its extensive food menu. With a variety of […]

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Giveaway [Closed]: 3 x S$100 Greg’s Seafood Shack Vouchers (Worth S$300)

【GIVEAWAY】 S$300 Greg’s Seafood Shack vouchers up for grabs! Love fresh seafood? Greg’s Seafood Shack at Grand Park City Hall is where you will go to indulge in fresh seafood at incredible affordable prices. Gourmet Adventures is giving 3 lucky winners S$100 worth of vouchers each to dine with your friends! Here’s how to win: […]

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Greg’s Seafood Shack Opens at Grand Park City Hall

GSS has officially sprung a newfound meaning, especially for foodies like us. Shoppaholics have their Great Singapore Sale, and we’ve got Greg’s Seafood Shack. The ever-warm hospitality of Grand Park City Hall has recently open its doors of their latest dining outlet, Greg’s Seafood Shack. Endearingly named after the former Saint Gregory’s Street where it now calls home, the spacious 70-seater boasts […]

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Ninja Bowl Offers Clean Eats at Duxton Road

Once, this used to house a coffee joint. Now, a Ninja Bowl has taken over.  The cafe is comforting enough, renovations kept to a minimal with what Department of Caffeine has left behind. That’s not to say it is distasteful, but its industrial décor does not play a big role in the dining experience, nor does it differentiate from another. It is described by the owners as […]

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