Tuk Tuk Cha is a popular casual cafe for Thai milk tea and desserts. Started as a Thai dessert kiosk, it now also serves light bites and has more than 10 outlets including the new Tuk Tuk Cha @ PLQ and Tuk Tuk Cha @ Causeway Point.
Singapore has no lack of places for brunch and all day breakfast. Many are located in the hipster enclaves or in quaint locations, which may not be the most accessible. If you are looking for a convenient brunch spot in Singapore’s prime shopping district, Grain Alley is a new cafe in Orchard Central that will fit the bill.
Gochi-So Shokudo ごち惣食堂 brings charcoal grilled Iberico Pork to Chinatown. The new Japanese Iberico pork restaurant in Chinatown Point offers premium pork dishes like rice rowls, curry rice and tonkatsu at affordable prices.
The queue at Shake Shack Orchard, Singapore’s third Shake Shack outlet was not as bad as we feared, so we waited in line at Liat Towers to finally try the famous burgers on SG soil.