It’s only been two weeks since McDonald’s locally-inspired offerings hit our shores, but the overwhelming popularity of the items has led to them being sold out very quickly. In a statement on Tuesday (25 July), McDonald’s said the Nasi Lemak Burger, Chendol McFlurry and Bandung McFizz were now sold out islandwide, and thanked Singaporeans for the support. “Inspired by the iconic Malay dish, the Nasi Lemak Burger attracted customers not only in Singapore but also across the border, and even made its way to the number one spot on Twitter’s trending topics list during the week of its launch,” McDonald’s said in the statement.
ABC Soup is undeniably the all-time-favorite to many families! The reason is simple, as its name suggest, it is as simple as A-B-C to cook and delicious to drink. We also found that ABC also refers to the nutrition content of this recipe, such that Vitamin A (from the Carrots), Vitamin B ( from the Potatoes) […]
Hundreds of tea lovers gathered at the inaugural Singapore Tea Festival that took place last weekend (22-23 July) in the basement of ION Orchard. Presented by local heritage tea retailer The 1872 Clipper Tea Co. in conjunction with the Singapore Food Festival, the two-day event delivered a showcase of all things tea in Singapore. There were four main themed elements – A Tea Market, a Teapitiam, a Tea Room and a Tea Museum.
If you're looking for a new vegetarian restaurant to try, Lotus Kitchen offers over 50 wholesome and meat-free dishes at its newly opened outlet at Chinatown Point. Located on the ground floor, just next to Chinatown MRT station, the 80-seater is a spinoff of the popular Lotus Vegetarian Restaurant. While it offers new meals such as the Crispy Summer Wrap with Passionfruit ($35.80) and Homemade Satay ($15.80), diners can also look out for signature dishes from its predecessor. Related stories: Recipe: Steamed Fish with Miso Malaysia's Ah Mah Homemade Cake brings famous castella cakes to Singapore McDonald's new Nasi Lemak Burger receives mixed reviews from customers Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
Kit Kat is no stranger to variations on its classic wafer, but this one is fancy AF. After debuting a 24-karat gold covered Kit Kat, a sake-flavoured Kit Kat and Kit Kat sushi, the chocolate bar brand has come up with the Chocolatory Gateau Mignon, which has a piece of rich chocolate cake inside it. Image: Nestlé JapanThe Gateau Mignon Kit Kat took Japanese pastry chef Yasumasa Takagi over a year to develop. Takagi used a lengthy process of trial and error to create a fondant cake with just the right texture to balance the sweetness of the bar's other ingredients, according to SoraNews24 . SEE ALSO: These fluffy stuffed toys are actually made of cake The pastry chef is also responsible for many of the brand's gourmet flavours — like Kit Kats frozen with liquid nitrogen, and European mendiant - inspired Kit Kats. The Gateau Mignon Kit Kat was released in conjunction with the reopening of Kit Kat's flagship Chocolatory boutique in Tokyo's Ginza district — and the fondant-filled bar will only be available for sale there. Image: NESTLÉ JAPANThe Kit Kat Chocolatory Gateau Mignon will be available at a price of 1,458 yen ($13) for three, or six for 2,916 yen ($26). If you're one of the first 85 customers to purchase a box of three Gateau Mignon Kit Kats, you'd also receive a free piece of the rich chocolate gateau used inside. Mmm. Have a break, and go to Japan. WATCH: This chocolate museum would even make Willy Wonka jealous
Steamed fish is one of the most common home-cooked dishes in Chinese family, especially so for Teochew and Hokkien. It’s simple to cook and healthy to eat. This week we have Diana Gale, an award-winning blogger @ domesticgoddesswannabe, sharing with us her very own Steamed Fish with Miso recipe. We were surprised by the addition […]
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Good news, fans of castella cakes residing in the west: Malaysia’s Ah Mah Homemade Cake, popular for their version of the sensational Taiwanese dessert since launching across the border in April, will be opening a Singapore outlet at Bukit Panjang Plaza on 14 July. The brand has expanded to 14 outlets across Malaysia within three months, having sold over 100,000 boxes of the famous jiggly spongecakes. The cakes, typically baked for 80 minutes, are mainly made of milk, eggs and flour, and come in various flavours. Singaporeans can look out for two flavours – original and cheese – at Ah Mah Homemade Cake’s upcoming outlet here. The second outlet will open at Vivo City on 20 July. However, do prepare to queue, as Ah Mah Homemade Cake has recorded an average queue time of between 45 to 60 minutes. Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
McDonald’s Singapore launched a new locally-inspired menu as part of Singapore’s National Day celebrations next month, but not all customers were thrilled. Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore went down to several McDonald’s outlets in the CBD area, including the ones at Raffles City and Plaza Singapura, during lunch time on Thursday (13 July), the first day with the new menu.
Mamanda Restaurant, which has been known for its signature dishes such as Nasi Ambeng as well as its lavish decor comprising of mainly copper embellishments and glittery gold fabrics, will be expanding to the Tournament Players Club, formerly known as the Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club (KLGCC).
Advertorial: Sponsored by BRAND’S® No! we are not talking about downing a cup of double shot expresso or black coffee (kopi-o). As the saying goes “what goes up, must come down”, while caffeine and sugar gives you that necessary extra push, it is also the culprit to pull you all the way down, and […]
Feeling lethargic or just simply tired from your hectic lifestyle? Well, fred not! We have the prefect meal for you! Our Home-cook, Anne has prepared a nutritious meal packed with all kinds of goodness that will drive all your exhaustion away! An alternative to white meat, the frog leg and silken beancurd are high in […]
About a year after popular Halal buffet restaurant 1 Market by Chef Wan closed at Plaza Singapura, the Malaysian culinary star is returning to Singapore with a new eatery, located on the second level of The Esplanade.
After confirming the return of the A&W fast food chain to Singapore in 2018, Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore followed up with President and CEO Kevin Bazner to share more details about the comeback, including the source of supplies, possible Halal certifications and why it took 15 years to return.
Many tourists are shocked – possibly thinking samurais still exist in modern Japan – when they visit this ramen shop in Sapporo, Hokkaido.
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So, the rumours are true! The American fast food chain that has made many of us fall in love with the root beer float, curly fries, Coney dogs and waffles will be returning to our shores in 2018.
Well, the inevitable has finally happened: avocado Oreos are here. With all the drama swirling about avocados lately (who knew we’d be…
Does this dish look familiar to you? Yes, you’re right! This dish looks like our very own hawker style Fried Carrot Cake aka Chai Tow Kway, isn’t it? However, there’s a popular saying… Same same, but different! They might look similar in appearance, but they certainly taste different. This one-pot wonder that will spice up […]
If you're looking for an "a-blazing" dining experience, Japanese restaurant Kotobuki is serving up bowls of pork and beef ramen topped with a lot of sparks. Inspired by the fireworks festivals in Japan, the Bakudan Ramen is a big serving of ramen noodles and beansprouts soaked in pork broth and covered with a thick layer of grilled meat. For desserts, there's a host of rose-flavoured sweet treats ranging from rose-flavoured souffle cheese cakes, ice rose cheese tarts, a cup of rose muscato tea with pink cotton candy as well as a hot plate of rolled cake doused with rose berries syrup. The pink cotton candy is placed just above the hot tea to allow the steam to melt the candy and have it "rain" its sweetness into the drink. To our surprise, it wasn't as sweet as we had expected it to be and was as good as having a cup of tea with a standard packet of sugar. Related stories: More Singapore eateries awarded the prestigious Michelin star-ratings Laksa-inspired cocktail? Singapore Food Festival returns with more unusual food pairings Where to eat: Hipster and romantic eateries near stations along Tuas West MRT extension Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
Chef Chan Hon Meng captured attention worldwide when his hawker stall won a Michelin star in 2016. One year ago, it was just a nondescript stall among the thousands of hawker stalls spread across Singapore. Today, Singaporean chef Chan Hon Meng’s Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice and Noodles is a two-time Michelin star winner with six outlets around the world, with another outlet set to open in Melbourne.
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Highly anticipated when the first edition was published in 2016, the Michelin guide to Singapore has revealed its listing for this year. It includes Tetsuya Wakuda, a Japanese chef who is a star in Australia. After the excitement of 2016, when Michelin finally published a guide for Singapore (which was already tacitly acknowledged as a premier dining destination), the new Michelin listing is taking a cautious stance.