Tapas bar and restaurant Lepark announced on Tuesday (19 September) that it will be closing for good on 30 September. Bidding farewell to their spot on the roof of People's Park Complex, Lepark will be throwing a big farewell gig" over the next few weekends until their closure at the end of the month, it said in a Facebook post.
LiHO’s new avocado drinks will be sold in Singapore from 21 September 2017. If you love avocado, gula melaka and coconut, LiHO’s new drinks might be right up your alley. Come this Thursday (21 September), LiHO stores islandwide will have two new drinks and they both contain avocado.
The football season is under way! Whether you’re supporting Chelsea, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich or any other teams, late nights are becoming more meaningful now with the big games coming up. While some games are played in the wee hours, you shouldn’t be chucking in those unhealthy cup noodles to fill the empty stomach! Our […]
For example, Japanese food company Nissin’s mystery meat rice bowl launched last month. Now, it seems like another such radical product may carve its way into reality again. In what seems like a teaser post, Nissin tweeted an image of its seafood cup noodles, except this time not in the shape of a cup.
Can you recall the last time you had Peranakan food? Was it at a restaurant? Or did you have the privilege to partake of a home-cooked Peranakan feast? Nonya cuisine has become so rare to find nowadays that true-blue Peranakan-helmed restaurants are becoming a novelty in Singapore. You may have also noticed fusion Peranakan dishes stealthily creeping […]
The Kampung Admiralty Hawker Centre officially launched on 1 September, with some stalls starting operations from as early as mid-August. It is also the first hawker centre in Singapore to impose a mandatory tray return policy – which doesn’t seem to be working.
British gastropub Oxwell & Co has opened a new secret bar on Ann Siang Hill. Called the Apothecary, it is nestled on the third floor of Oxwell & Co’s heritage shophouse, with a secret door connecting it to an adjacent private dining room. The room is adorned with vintage furnishings flown in from all over the world.
What do you get when you use the best Chinese ingredients together with the unique, authentic cooking techniques by the Malay/Indonesian community? This match-made in heaven combination gives rise to the unique taste and flavours which we are all so familiar with, The Peranakan Food. When you think about Peranakan food, one dish that will definitely […]
Foodies living in the far east of Singapore are in luck as Pasir Ris is set to have its first hawker centre in November, featuring hawker foods on the ground floor and "hipster" foods on the upper level.
Jin Jin Dessert owners Mr Calvin Ho (left) and Mr Ewan Tang. Owners Ewan Tang and Calvin Ho are the duo behind unique local dessert “Gangster Ice”. Here’s how the “gangster” name came about: The duo had initially wanted to name the dessert “Liu Lian Mang Guo Bing” since “Liu Lian” means durian in Chinese, “Mang Guo” means mango and “bing” means ice.
Popular Thai café After You will be bringing its array of desserts, including its signature shibuya toast, to Singapore for three days from 8-10 Sept 2017. According to a post by event organiser Sansiri on its Facebook page, the café will be “dishing out their amazing desserts” at The Finest Thai, a lifestyle festival at the Royal Thai Embassy that will feature top Thai brands and shops. This will be the first time that the Thai café is bringing their desserts to Singapore.
The dessert is a collaboration between renowned French pastry chef Dominique Ansel and Malcolm Lee of Singapore’s Michelin-starred restaurant Candlenut. Well, wonder no more, because famous pastry chef Dominique Ansel has co-created such a dish. The dish is a collaboration between Ansel and Malcolm Lee of Singapore’s Michelin-starred restaurant Candlenut.
Dried Shrimps Spicy Sambal or better known as Hae Bee Hiam, is a popular dish that Asians love. It can be used almost everywhere! You can go with your plain rice, bread, or even as a condiment to enhance the flavours of your meat and vegetable. That’s how good it is! “I will always keep a bottle […]
McDonald’s wildly popular Nasi Lemak Burger is back in Singapore after it had run out of stock. The Nasi Lemak Burger and other locally-inspired menu items such as the Chendol McFlurry and Bandung McFizz are back on the McDonald's Singapore menu while stocks last.
Most people find it hard to resist sweet treats despite the excessive sugar and unhealthy saturated fats and calories they contain. The reason for this, research studies reveal, is the addictive nature of sugar, which releases feel-good chemicals in the brain. By choosing a smaller serving, you will be able to indulge your sweet tooth while limiting your intake of harmful sugar, calories and fats.
Along a row of shophouses on Kitchener Road lies Zen Fut Sai Kai, said to be the oldest Chinese vegetarian restaurant in Singapore. The restaurant is known to serve up a wide variety of Cantonese food such as Yong Chow fried rice, fried wantons and sugarcane flower soup. Durian-seller Luke Otter, 30, who is behind the Facebook page Hungry Ang Mo, first broke the news on his page last Friday (25 August). England-born Otter lives in Singapore with his Singaporean wife and regularly goes to vegetarian eateries around the island to review them on his website in his free time.
The vending machine cafe in Pasir Ris features an exclusive range of dishes by renowned chef Satish Arora. India’s chef Satish Arora has accomplished many goals that very few in the culinary world can. At 26, he was the youngest chef to helm the kitchen at the Taj Mahal Hotel.
Ondeh-Ondeh is one of the traditional snacks originated from Indonesia. Over the years, this delicious treat has became so popular that it inspired new extension of recipes such as Ondeh-Ondeh cake, cupcuke, churros and eclair! Mdm Zaiton Thamby created her very own version of Ondeh-Ondeh Pancake and she impressed the judges during her recent cooking […]
Noosh Noodle Bar and Grill at The Esplanade, Theatres by the Bay, serves up mugs of Butterbeer, a sweet soda-based drink popularised by the Harry Potter series. Find out how Nasi Ambeng queen Ummi Abdullah managed to recreate this "magical" drink in Singapore: From stay-at-home mum to Nasi Ambeng queen, meet Singaporean entrepreneur Ummi Abdullah Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
Seven years ago, Ummi Abdullah was a stay-at-home mother who fancied whipping up delicious Malay dishes for her family as well as friends who would order them via Facebook.
Various food items that will be featured at The GREAT Food Festival. Food lovers are in for a treat as Singapore’s biggest ever gourmet event, The GREAT Food Festival (TGFF), will take place next month from 21 to 24 September. The festival, which will take place over an area of over 215,000 square feet, is a collaboration between Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) and Savour Events, an international gourmet festival curator.
The 'Top Chef' star says if she needs a bigger dress this year, 'so be it.'