Breakfast in Singapore is a meal enjoyed by many of us. Whether as a slow social occasion on weekends or a quick bite before work, breakfast is probably the most affordable way to dine out. Here are some of the best places to have breakfast in Singapore.Continue reading →
Charcoal-Grill & Salad Bar Keisuke is one of the most popular restaurants in Paya Lebar Square. Patient patrons are often seen sitting on a row of chairs at the entrance waiting to get into the Japanese restaurant. If you don’t feel that you must take full advantage of the free-flow salad bar, Charcoal-Grill & Salad Bar Keisuke takeaway allows you to enjoy an affordably priced good meal without the long wait for a table.Continue reading →
Our recent phase 2 dining out in Singapore experience brought to mind the lyrics of the Joni Mitchell song: “… that you don’t know what you’ve got
till it’s gone…“. Here are the 5 things that we missed about dining out during the COVID lockdown.
We still cannot travel to Taiwan for its cheap and good comfort food. The next best thing for now is to head to Taiwanese eating houses like 5 Little Bears 五只小熊 for inexpensive food with authentic Taiwanese flavours.Continue reading →
Our western food takeaway was ordered from La Nonna which still has the 1-for-1 mains promotion. We stayed away from pizza and pasta this time and focused on their main course section. The baked cod and ribeye steak was good but minimising travelling time is crucial.Continue reading →