When it comes to man’s best friend, there’s no way to say “I love you” better than through your furkid’s tummy! Pawrents can now indulge cravings for their favourite gelato alongside their four-legged friend, with a new dog-compatible PAWesome Peanut Butter Gelato released by Gelatissimo!
When it comes to kicking back and relaxing, nothing beats a trip to a good ol’ heartland cafe. The Twisted Trio opened its doors early this year, in the heart of Toa Payoh.
This “hole in the wall” cafe is almost a literal hole in the wall, with a grand total of five seats available in its cosy premises. Better head here fast if you want to get your hands on their cakes and baked goods! Most of The Twisted Trio’s regulars seem to be residents around Lorong 4.
Mark your calendars – Shake Shack is officially opening its fourth outlet in Singapore at Suntec City on 30 September. And to celebrate, Shake Shack will be launching a limited-time ShackMeister Menu, featuring fan favourites with a bonus topping of crispy fried shallots!
First created in the 2015 for a burger competition in the USA, the ShackMeister menu will be launched exclusively at Suntec City on 30 September, before debuting across all four Singapore Shacks on 5 October.
Hot on its success in Amoy Street, Dumpling Darlings has landed its second outlet in the heart of Singapore’s CBD – Circular Road to be precise. The new corner-eatery now features a jaw-dropping mural on the side of the building, making it practically impossible to miss!
A new bubble tea player has come to town. MEME Xpress, a popular Malaysian brand known for its fruity yogurt drinks and cute, palm-sized cups, opened its first store in none other than Toa Payoh HDB Hub, home to an already bustling scene of bubble tea shops. At the helm of its Singapore franchise is none other than Mediacorp veteran actor Chen Shucheng, who himself has dipped his toes in F&B management in between his acting stints!
This visit was a long, long, long time coming. I first heard about Revelry opening its doors some five years back, but never got around to making a visit, citing the jaw-dropping distance between my home in the east and Lorong Hilat. As fate would have it, a weekend errand that brought me to to the west side of Singapore, via the new Downtown Line.