Bars and entertainment venues, such as clubs and cinemas, in Singapore will be closed until at least 30 April 2020 as part of the tightened measures to minimise further spread of the novel coronavirus. It may be a good time to catch up on cooking and food shows on TV and video on demand platforms. We list a few food related shows that can be viewed free without subscription.
The new safe distancing rules for restaurants and f & b outlets announced on 20 March 2020 (Measures for safe distancing rolled out at retail, F&B sectors, CNA) and the additional measures announced two days later are stringent. Although more rules are always a pain for businesses, we hope that f & b places can still be accessible and dining out or buying takeaway can continue, albeit at a reduced capacity. Here is our list of comfort food in Singapore we hope we will continue to enjoy.
Drips Bakery Café in Tiong Bahru is a laid back cafe for unpretentious food, good coffee and great tarts. Although it has been around for years, it does not get mentioned very often on social media or in lists of hip cafes. Ironically, that may be the reason why we like Drips Bakery Café.