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25 Hipster Cafes in Singapore

By LDR On 27 Aug 2018 In Things to do dinner cafes singapore, hipster cafes, Must Eat Food Trail, SG Heritage Food Trail, singapore cafes, Tiong Bahru Heritage Trail

Cafes have been popping up all over Singapore in recent times and for good reason too. Want good coffee? Or a quiet place to catch up with friends? Or somewhere with good food and a nice ambience? Want it all? Cafes, and in particular, hipster cafes, have got it all....

7 Unique Themed Restaurants & Cafes in Singapore

By LDR On 10 Jul 2018 In Things to do Bugis - Food for the Soul, SG Heritage Food Trail

We have consolidated a total of 7 different restaurants and cafes in Singapore – each with a unique and interesting identity to itself. Gather your families, loved ones and friends to go and explore together! Time to bring your dining experience to the next level of fun! 1. Shop Wonderland Café...

Why is Singapore’s National Dish…Hainanese Chicken Rice?

By LDR On 02 Jul 2018 In Stories Must Eat Food Trail, SG Heritage Food Trail

Did Singapore import its National Dish? Heralded as Singapore’s “national dish”, Hainanese chicken rice is one of the local dishes tourists must not miss. But, why is it that Singapore has a Hainanese dish as its ‘national dish’. Did Singapore just import it straight from Hainan Island? Not to add...

7 Unique Halal Cafes in Singapore You Must Visit

By LDR On 25 May 2017 In Stories Kampong Glam - Walk To The Past, Must Eat Food Trail, SG Heritage Food Trail

Kampong Glam is a hotbed for interesting Halal cafes in Singapore. While the Danes call it Hygge, here in Kampong Glam, they call it Rilek Kueh. This Malay catchphrase means the action or rather inaction of attaining a state of coziness while savouring some nibbles. You will be pleasantly surprised...

Die Die Must Try Malay Food in Singapore

By LDR On 30 Aug 2016 In Stories Joo Chiat, Kampong Glam - Walk To The Past, Must Eat Food Trail, SG Heritage Food Trail

Malay food in Singapore takes on many forms. There’s traditional Malay cuisine, along with variations influenced by Indonesian, Indian-Muslim, Middle-Eastern, and Peranakan cultures. As a food hub, Singapore has no lack of Malay restaurants, bistros, and stalls. It’s hardly an exaggeration to say that you’ll probably find one at every turn. If you’re...