Would your older sibling open a cafe for you? South Korean singer Seo Eun-kwang (Eunkwang) did just that with his new Korean dessert cafe in Singapore, which he opened together with two friends. Speaking to Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Thursday (18 January), the leader of K-pop group BTOB shared that his younger brother was one of the reasons for the cafe’s existence.
Restaurant Orient Palace and wellness centre Spa Nes has opened at Furama RiverFront. If you’re familiar with the mega spa clubs in China – the ones consisting of massive massage facilities, indoor pools, live entertainment, bars and a buffet – restaurant Orient Palace and wellness centre Spa Nes are the closest you can get to those in Singapore.
This is one dish you should not miss out on Chinese New Year. The Braised Mushroom with Roast Pork Belly and Black Moss is an auspicious dish by the Chinese as it contains mushrooms which represent seizing opportunities and fulfilling wishes, whereas moss represents fortune(发)！ “A must-have dish for CNY!” – Irene Tan In this […]
The brand from Thailand had its soft launch on Monday (15 January) at Vivo City and Tuesday (16 January) at 313@Somerset, offering a range of toasts in various flavours – original, chocolate, charcoal and strawberry – in the brand’s endearing signature yellow packages. Other snacks available include cheese fries with pizza and BBQ pulled chicken. While Say Chiizu is originally from Thailand, premium cows and machinery are bought from Japan before cheese is produced in the farms.
Valentine’s Day is a busy time for florists in Singapore as bouquets of flowers continue to be a popular gift idea among couples here. Last year, two florists reportedly failed to deliver 350 orders for Valentine’s Day, causing an uproar online. One of the accused florists had received a total of 2,000 orders. A month ahead of 14 February, many florists have begun advertising their bouquet promotions and Valentine’s Day deals on their sites, with some offering unusual bouquet ideas such as churros or fried chicken bouquets. Then there are florists who steer clear of the cliché bouquets, opting for flowers in glass tubes or boxes instead. While some may appear as more of a joke than actual gifts, we think they’re pretty practical for Singapore couples. Here’s a list of some of the unique and off-the-wall bouquet ideas by florists in the country. Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
A flavourful and comforting egg dish that all ages would enjoy! The Trio Eggs Spinach in Superior stock is a combination of century egg, salted duck egg and fresh chicken egg with Chinese spinach. This popular dish is commonly served in Chinese restaurants and local Tze Char stalls. ” I love the broth! It moistens […]
Buzzfeed made a surprise visit to Singapore to try our delicious array of breakfast foods. From Chinese to Indian and Malay foods, video producer/host Steven Lim and two others had a “buffet” breakfast consisting of chee cheong fun, carrot cake, appam and thosai, among others.
Sweet, spicy and tangy! The famous Si Chuan Dan Dan noodles is one of the most popular Chinese street food dishes. Learn how to make it with this easy recipe from Home cook, Sharon Tay. “A mix of flavour. A healthier version of Si Chuan Dan Dan Noodle!” – Sharon Tay The Dan Dan Noodles […]
Water retention – when your body holds on to more water than normal – occurs for numerous reasons. Water retention may show up in various ways such as unexplained weight fluctuation and rapid weight gain over a few days, bloating in the abdominal region, or puffiness and swelling in the hands, feet, ankles and legs. Eat less sodium (salt): Sodium plays a key role in maintaining the fluid balance in your body.
Aside from hawker dishes, Singaporeans are serious about their fast foods, too. This is evident in the online backlash of Singaporeans in 2017 after people discovered missing cheese or bacon bits in their cheesy loaded fries, or that their Chizza – a chicken and pizza hybrid – looked nothing like the professionally shot pictures.Many had also mourned the Nasi Lemak Burger when sales were temporarily paused, or McDonald’s curry sauce when stocks ran out. ...
We’re definitely seeing more cheesy additions to our fast food menus recently. And if you’re a big fan of Mac N’ Cheese and a fan of fried chicken, you’re in for a treat. KFC Singapore is serving both in a bowl at $4.50 each. But if you prefer it as part of a meal, consisting of a single piece chicken and a drink, that’s $5. Fortunately for a few people in Singapore, they were able to have a taste before it was made available to the public. But it seems that with all fast food dishes, no matter how good the photos look on the menu, you always need to manage your expectations. ...
While the return of McDonald’s Singapore’s Quarter Pounder with Cheese remains to be seen, fans will have to make do with the fast food chain’s latest addition to the menu – the BBQ Pulled Chicken Burger. If you’re a fan of the chain’s chicken drumlets, there is now the Italian Herb Drumlets, which are cooked with oregano and basil herbs. Last but not the least, McDonald’s has combined two of its most popular desserts – the sundae and apple pie – in one bowl.
Looking for tasty yet easy to cook recipes in this brand new year? Here’s our Soy Sauce Chicken recipe that promises a juicy, tender and succulent meat that your whole family will love! Soy Sauce Chicken is a traditional Cantonese dish that can be commonly seen on the streets in Hong Kong. It is cooked […]
There’s much to love about salt baked chicken. While the dish isn’t as popular as other foods in Singapore such as chilli crab or bak kut teh, salt baked chicken has many delicious qualities. It is, in fact, a more succulent sibling to roasted chicken and still tastes juicy when eaten the next day.
It’s an understatement to say that people in Singapore are serious about food. American fast food chain A&W was the first fast food restaurant to open in Singapore back in 1966, way before McDonald’s and KFC opened shop here. A&W, named after the founders Allen and Wright, is known for their root beer served in frosty mugs, Coney Dogs and curly fries.
A Western food joint in Singapore has taken the cheeseburger to a whole new level. Called “Burger Banjir” (Flooded Burger), this comfort food is drenched with cheese sauce. At $7.50 a set, customers will get a serving of a double patty burger complete with onions and slices of cheese, a side of baked beans and French fries, and a generous serving of cheese sauce. The idea behind “Burger Banjir” was conceived by two friends and the recipe was perfected by stall owner Saiful. Ever since it was launched in November 2017, the “Burger Banjir” has been selling out regularly. Where to eat: Nadim’s Delight at 508 Jurong West Street 52, Singapore 640508 More food stories here: https://sg.style.yahoo.com/tagged/food Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
While you have every right to enjoy yourself during the end-of-year holiday parties and festivities, do remember that overindulging on rich food and alcohol can cause weight gain and harm your heart, too.
Homegrown brand NATSU is serving tempura with a local twist. With sauces such as rendang and satay, the dishes at NATSU lets you satisfy cravings for both Japanese and Singaporean foods, all in a single bowl. An array of tempura food items to choose from include prawn, chicken, squid, crab stick and king oyster mushroom. The tempura remains crispy for up to 45 minutes, so be sure to enjoy your meals as soon as possible. NATSU is the brainchild of the company behind Pezzo, CRAVE and stuff’d, which also means that prices are affordable. Customisable tempura sets start from $5.90 a bowl. NATSU: The Clementi Mall, B1-K17 More food stories here: https://sg.style.yahoo.com/tagged/food Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
Frozen yoghurt chain llaollao said on Tuesday (12 Nov) that its franchisee’s decision to close its outlets in Singapore was “very disappointing”, but it would be opening new stores soon. The Spanish brand began phasing out all its 29 outlets starting 7 Dec to make way for another yoghurt chain called Yolé, which began operations from 9 Dec. Yolé will also offer frozen yoghurt with a variety of toppings. Master franchisee D+1 Holding had decided to discontinue operations for llaollao, which was launched in Singapore four years ago.