Soon after photos and videos of the new foods to eat at this year’s much anticipated Geylang Serai Ramadan Bazaar conquered social media feeds from Friday (26 May), many in the Muslim community became doubtful over whether such foods were Muslim-owned or Halal certified.
Ramadan this year begins on Saturday (27 May), and the beloved bazaars that emerge as the Muslim community fasts during the holy month will be opened as well. While there will be many bazaars across the island, Geylang Serai’s Ramadan Bazaar is one of the most anticipated.
Frozen food brand Farmpride is recalling three of its fish products after fish bones were found inside them, the company said on its Facebook page on Thursday (25 May).
Fancy some lobster with your plate of Nasi Lemak? At Lawa Bintang, you can enjoy a plate of Nasi Lemak with an array of seafood options to choose from such as lobster, crayfish and squid. Located at 9008 Tampines Street 93 (Industrial Estate), owner Sarena Talib, 45, and her husband Zaidi Mostakim, 46, ensure that fresh seafood supply are delivered to their stall every morning. Most of them come from the Jurong Fishery Port. These Indonesian lobsters are lathered with garlic oil and topped with mornay sauce, parsley and cajun pepper. If you're not a fan of seafood, fried chicken is also available. The chickens are dipped in batter that contains a secret ingredient. Rosemary leaves are then added to them after they are cooked. Each lobster is priced at $18 each. They are $20.50 if you're having them with rice. A plate of standard Nasi Lemak with chicken costs $3.50. Lawa Bintang opens everyday from 8, 9 or 10am to 2pm, except for Mondays. They will be having a stall at this year's Geylang Serai Ramadan Bazaar, outside Tanjong Katong Complex. Why the short opening hours you may ask? The mother of three daughters said that she needs to focus on family commitments for the rest of the day. Reporting by Nurul Azliah Aripin. Related stories: Taiwan's popular castella cakes debut in Singapore Japan's Guenpin brings tiger puffer fish cuisines to Singapore 12 Ann Siang: Chinatown's multi-concept destination gets a revamp Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook
It’s award winning! Share Food home cook Puja Patil came in as 1st runner up with this dish at the recent ‘Cook with Love’ contest organised by World Kitchen Asia Pacific. A wholesome dish that makes a hearty meal with a tonne of goodness to share. Add in veggies like green peas, carrots or toufu […]
The second edition of the MICHELIN guide Singapore will be revealed on 29 June at the Fullerton Hotel, according to a press release on Wednesday (23 May).
by Carissa Wong Being a housewife/house husband is a tough job. It’s not exactly a 9-5 job, some sources even say that homemakers work 17 hrs more per week than their partners who hold a day job in office. It is never quite a fair trade off (and will never be), so we’ve compiled some […]
Swedish furniture giant IKEA said it will be temporarily halting the sale of chicken wings at both its Singapore outlets after customer complaints.
It is vibrant, bright and super delicious! Share Food home cook Fong Luan introduces an interesting Purple sweet potato tart that is not only beautiful to look at but tasty as well! Sweet potatoes are a great way of sweetening things naturally! They are high in vitamins A, B6 and C and also a great […]
Japan's torafugu restaurant chain Guenpin opens its first overseas outlet in Singapore at Maxwell Chambers. Specialising in torafugu, which refers to tiger puffer fish, the restaurant of more than 30 years serves torafugu as sashimi, grilled, or in a hotpot. Most of the torafugu is air-flown to Singapore from Shimonoseki, Yamaguchi prefecture. Snow crabs are also available on the menu. They are served deep-fried, grilled or as tempura. Related stories: Taiwan's popular castella cakes debut in Singapore 12 Ann Siang: Chinatown's multi-concept destination gets a revamp Bamboo Biryani at 99 Bistro & Kitchen Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
Everyone knows that Japan has pretty awesome potato chips, but supplies have been scarce due to a wave of typhoons hitting the potato-producing region of Hokkaido.
Written by Carissa Wong Many of us were caught by surprise when we came to realise that tomatoes are actually fruits. Technically, things we once considered vegetables like cucumbers and capsicums are in fact, fruits. It can be confusing but this isn’t the only common food misconception. There are over a million food things that we get mixed up […]
The newly-revamped 12 Ann Siang now houses a speakeasy bar, a restaurant and a new private event space in addition to the venue's boutique cinema (Screening Room) and rooftop bar (Rooftop at Screening Room). Located at 12 Ann Siang Road, the five-storey complex features, Catchfly, a speakeasy bar that offers a variety of cocktails made with fresh herbs and spices. Found on the basement level, the bar is the brainchild of New York mixologist Liam Baer. Visitors can also dine on Asian contemporary grilled dishes at the Coriander Leaf Grill on the ground level. Or organise private gatherings at The Coriander Leaf Studio. Related stories: Taiwan's popular castella cakes debut in Singapore Highlights from Thai Festival 2017 Universal Studios Singapore entices chocolate lovers with new attraction Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
This just in – We just discovered McDonald’s sells curly fries. No, we’re not joking. You do, however, have to be visiting…
Singapore celebrity chef Janice Wong is set to expand overseas this October with the launch of a new pastry shop at Macau's MGM COTAI casino resort.
Taiwan's sensational castella spongecakes have arrived in Singapore after the opening of Le Castella's first Southeast-Asian outlet here on Wednesday (10 May). Located on the basement level of Tampines 1 shopping mall, these cakes come in two flavours - original and cheese - and are priced at $9.90 and $11.90 respectively. Le Castella's Singapore operations is managed by Rayner Ling Wei Jie, Ahmad Adam and Gerald Hee. The three of them will be bringing more flavours soon. Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
Leading up to Mother’s Day week! We dedicate this article to the inspiring women from all over the world who have the toughest (some might even say the worst) job in the world. They’ve shaped us to become who we are today. Our values, habits and opinions might and may have been influenced by these […]
Dang – it’s good! Why eat out? When you can whip up a healthy dinner and celebrate Mother’s day in the comforts of your own home? Presenting a delicious recipe from mummy Shirley Tay. It’s fragrant, tasty, healthy! Like Ginseng, Dang Gui is a medicinal herb used for centuries to treat various ailments. Although the […]
Starting April 26, McDonald’s Japan released a seasonal item on their menu called the “McShake Kiwi”, which is exactly what you’d expect had surprise star Piko-Taro decided to go with kiwis, milk, and straws instead of apples, pineapples, and stationery. Made using ripe kiwis from the Ehime prefecture in Shikoku, Japan, the light green drink is priced at 120 yen (about. S$1.50) for a Small size, and 200 yen (about S$2.50) for a Medium. It’s available until mid-May, which leaves you with a few days to plan that impromptu trip to Japan should you want to get a taste of it.
There’s a Chocolate Garden at Universal Studios Singapore where visitors can walk through various delicious-themed zones at the popular theme park. Called A Chocolate Adventure, the new attraction is happening until 28 May. Some of these themed zones include the Fondue Garden, Cocoa Hedge and Lollipop Land. Visitors will get to dip marshmallows into chocolate fountains at the Fondue Garden or decorate mock-up lollipops at the Lollipop Land. One-day tickets are priced at $76 (adult), $56 (child) and $38 (senior) each. Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
We love fast food because it is fast (duh!) and easy. One of the biggest concern is the health factor – especially with the oil/fats used. Fried chicken and fritters are favourites amongst many. We have read all the unhealthy facts about deep frying and oily food but sometimes we can’t resist the temptation of having […]
If you’re heading to Indonesia this May, here’s one festival you shouldn’t miss. Ubud Food Festival 2017 is taking place in Bali, Indonesia, from 12 to 14 May 2017. The festival will span over three days and will feature more than 100 talented chefs, culinary icons, restaurateurs and more, while showcasing the culinary diversity of the […] The post Ubud Food Festival 2017: Celebrate Indonesia’s Flavourful Culinary Culture In Bali From 12 – 14 May ’17 appeared first on SETHLUI.com.
She’s got it all worked out! Talented Share Food home cook brings to the table a delicious, healthier version of our favourite Fried Oyster Cake. We recommend using Coconut Oil as your source of oil when deep frying because it makes it healthier than other oils. Studies have shown that even after deep frying for […]