There's nothing better than catching up with friends over the weekends over high tea, at a cosy and relaxing cafe and watch the world go by. Lounge lazily around one of these tea rooms and forget about your worries with
The Mid-Autumn Festival is upon us again. Nothing is more a fitting scene during the festival than having mooncakes with tea underneath a clear, moonlit sky. But with the dizzying array of flavours out there, where can you even start?
A bowl of mouthwatering classic fishball noodles can be found easily at hawker stalls,food courts as well as coffee shops in Singapore.Fishball noodles normally served in either dry or soup form,and come with variety of noodles from mee pok to
Lor mee isn't one of the more globally prestigious Singaporean dishes, however, Singaporeans love this Hokkien dish with season pressed, clingy sauce and springy broad noodles. Generally, fried fish bits were added to Lor Mee, however now numerous changed it
We get it. Staying home, cooped up in your room, working from home within the four walls - all these are what the majority of us are facing right now. Me too, as I'm penning my thoughts down. Here I