Operating daily from 8.30 am to 12.30 am, new cafe Privé Paragon certainly takes “all-day dining” to a new level. With such long operating hours, this is a cafe which is useful for us to catch breakfast or a late late dinner after normal restaurants close. For guests staying at nearby hotels, Privé Paragon would certainly be one option instead of the expensive hotel breakfast or room service.Continue reading →
Popular Korean coffee chain Coffeesmith has a new cafe in Suntec City. A reason for Coffeesmith’s popularity must be that it has been featured in K-dramas like The Girl who sees Smells and It’s Okay, That’s Love. Coffeesmith in Suntec City is a nice spot to stop by for a relaxing cup of quality coffee. It also serves bingsu, cakes, sandwiches and even beer; and it is always open – 24 hours a day.
We were back again at Singapore’s most colourful Chinese restaurant – this time to try the Mitzo set lunch. Even though we have been there before, the Mitzo restaurant in Grand Park Orchard (the hotel opposite Orchard Paragon) never fails to amaze us. We spent a disproportionate amount of time staring at the live jellyfish swimming in the aquarium at the bar. I suppose part of the reason for the disco decor is that a new persona emerges at night. According to the Mitzo website, “When night falls, like a true chameleon, Mitzo takes on the persona of a modern supper club, blurring the lines between restaurant, cocktail bar and club”.
Spend less, live better – that seems to be the prevailing counterculture in the face of mindless consumerism. Ah Chiang’s Porridge in Tiong Bahru, with cheap and good food, should please those into the frugal and green lifestyle. It is located in a conservation low rise estate and is naturally ventilated. It does not have unnecessary decorations, napkins, tablecloths, expensive tableware or any staff to change your plates after every course. If only it also lay claims to using organic ingredients and sustainable food, Ah Chiang’s Porridge will be a darling of the clean and green living set. Well, the shop does say it has “GMO Free” bean curd.
The 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia is well underway. You can just go with the family or friends to one of the many sports bars and restaurants screening FIFA World Cup 2018 matches. There are a number of nice places all over the island with good food so that those who are not that interested in seeing men in shorts running after a ball can still have a good time. Below are The Ordinary Patrons’ suggestions of the TOP Singapore Bars & Restaurants screening FIFA World Cup 2018 Matches.