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
If a restaurant in Singapore allows you to bring your own wine, it usually falls into two categories. It is either BYOB (Bring Your Own Booze) or it charges a corkage fee per bottle. BYOB spots are relatively rare in
This (non-exhaustive) list by Tropika Club covers what we think are the best examples of Singaporean food available across the city-state, from humble road food carts to swanky rooftop restaurants and all in between.
Simply put, "free flow" service refers to all-you-can drink and is found in bars or restaurants where you pay one price and can drink as much alcohol as you want, usually limited to one or two hours. It is also
Popiah (薄餅) is a traditional snack believed to be of Chinese Hokkien origin. Popiah, which means “thin snack” or “pancake” in Teochew, refers to a spring roll made from thin flour skin wrapped around finely chopped vegetables and meat. The
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?