Singapore is famous for its food – from local Michelin star hawker fare to food in celebrated restaurants said to be “worth taking a plane ride for” by the New York Times. Browsing this independent Singapore food blog may give a glimpse of where ordinary locals eat in Singapore or help you decide what to eat and where to eat in Singapore. A good place to start will be to check out the TOP Restaurants Singapore 2022 – 32 dining options for various budgets and tastes.
- Collin’s Lunch Promotion : 20% Off A la Carte Menu WeekdaysCollin’s lunch promotion that is currently on is the kind of lunch deal that we like. A straightforward 20% discount off the… Read More »Collin’s Lunch Promotion : 20% Off A la Carte Menu Weekdays
- Five Oars Coffee Roasters Heritage at Tanjong PagarFive Oars Coffee Roasters (FOCR) opened in 2018 along Tanjong Pagar Road, near the junction with Maxwell Road. The hip homegrown cafe… Read More »Five Oars Coffee Roasters Heritage at Tanjong Pagar
- Go-Ang Pratunam Jem – What to Eat Besides Chicken RiceGo-Ang Pratunam Jem is one of the Singapore outlets of Go-Ang Pratunam Chicken Rice, a Bangkok Michelin Bib Gourmand restaurant from Thailand.… Read More »Go-Ang Pratunam Jem – What to Eat Besides Chicken Rice
F&B Deals & News
Singapore restaurants, cafes and F&B news, special events and promotions that we come across are listed in our Deals & News Page.
Singapore Food Dictionary
If you are sometimes bewildered, like The Ordinary Patrons often are, by the array of descriptions of dishes, ingredients and cooking techniques in cosmopolitan Singapore, you may find some help in The Ordinary Patrons’ Dictionary of Singapore Food.
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