When you mention street-food in Singapore, the Pasar-Malam is just about as street as it gets here. While our street food cannot compare to…
First off, what is The Great Food Festival (TGFF)? Is it really that great? Well, if you consider the fact that it is a…
In collaboration with longtime specialty coffee purveyors Papa Palheta, Marou presents its first Maison Marou Pop-up, outside of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
In conjunction with World Environment Day, Nespresso is inviting all drinkers to recycle their used Nespresso capsules in order to feed local beneficiaries.
Fraught with the hipster Shoreditch crowd, the annual celebration was already in full swing when we arrived as the queue for entry snaked round the block. In its sixth year running, this year we join the buzz with the city who takes their coffee seriously.
If you think there’s nothing you love more than Singaporean local food, Sinpopo Brand’s inventive dishes might do wonders for your soul. Over two visits, I’ve thoroughly enjoyed their eclectic and extensive menu, and have been served by really fun and genuinely interested staff.
High ceilings, organic colours, lots of greenery and sunlight make this place the respite it aspires to be within Millenia Walk.
It’s a strange, vicarious pleasure, watching someone do what you wouldn’t consume (or attempt to) in the foreseeable future.
“It feels like my baby with all the little plants that I have to learn to take care of, since I’m not a florist. Seeing it materialise from nothing to something allows me to take ownership of the place.”