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Get free Häagen-Dazs ice-cream in the newest flavour: here’s where & when

Get free Häagen-Dazs ice-cream in the newest flavour: here’s where & when

We love having ice-cream in this hot weather, and nothing could be better than eating free Häagen-Dazs ice-cream! Famous ice-cream brand Häagen-Dazs has just launched a new frozen yogurt flavour this summer – the Kiwi & Mango Frozen Yogurt, which is blended with real kiwi purée and a generous swirl of smooth mango sauce. This flavour is already available at leading supermarkets, hypermarkets…

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Complete guide to buying durians in Singapore: varieties, prices, stores, seasons

Complete guide to buying durians in Singapore: varieties, prices, stores, seasons

One of Singaporeans’ favourite pastimes is eating, and durian is definitely one food that almost everyone loves indulging in. In fact, we take eating durians so seriously that there is a joke about how Singapore only has two seasons: durian season, and no-durian season. Are you a die-hard durian fan, or recently discovered your love for the King of Fruits?…

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This Thai confectionery makes the cutest animal-shaped daifuku that we can’t bear to put in our mouths

This Thai confectionery makes the cutest animal-shaped daifuku that we can’t bear to put in our mouths

Popular Japanese confection daifuku is a must-buy if you travel to Japan. Now, you can bring the cutest-ever daifuku from Thailand back home as well. Fusion Japanese dessert cafe TOKYO Sweets is located in Bangkok, and is popular for its launch of seal-shaped daifuku, of which the best-seller is undoubtedly the white seal. Cut it open to reveal a generous…

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This bistro is where you should hang out at if all your friends have different taste preferences

This bistro is where you should hang out at if all your friends have different taste preferences

A watering hole that serves Mexican and Italian-fusion cuisine and tradition Teochew-style fish soup that has 27 years worth of heritage… wait, what?! You can call it rojak, but many are going to love that No Milk Bistro offers a good melting pot of flavours, which cater to the Singaporean palate, which is rather diverse anyway. They serve everything from…

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Now you can have a bubble tea cake for your birthday – or as an after-meal treat

Now you can have a bubble tea cake for your birthday – or as an after-meal treat

We know why you’re reading this article: you’re a die-hard bubble tea fan and can’t get enough of chewy tapioca pearls. Now you can have your bubble tea and eat it too – in the form of the latest creation by Parisian patisserie and restaurant, Antoinette. The Earl Grey Bubble Tea (S$9/S$42.50/S$85) is an ogura cake that is designed to…

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RWS Street Eats is back. Highlights include Lobster Nasi Lemak and famous Thai Pig Trotter Rice

RWS Street Eats is back. Highlights include Lobster Nasi Lemak and famous Thai Pig Trotter Rice

Popular food event RWS Street Eats, organised by Resorts World Sentosa is back again this year. Last year, the even attracted more than 100,000 visitors, and the 10-day event is expected to be just as – if not more – popular this year. The event will be held from 3 to 12 May 2019 at the Malaysian Food Street at…

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This restaurant serves catch of the day from fishermen in Pulau Ubin and offers an amazing Singapore River view

This restaurant serves catch of the day from fishermen in Pulau Ubin and offers an amazing Singapore River view

The Sampan, which opened in September last year, has made its first menu revamp recently. Helmed by Head Chef Ahmad, the pan-Asian restaurant that sits along Singapore River now has 80% of its original menu transformed, which means even regulars would be in for a new dining experience! It’s our first visit to The Sampan. If you’d like to know…

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Gong Cha is giving away free bubble tea on 30 April and 1 May

Gong Cha is giving away free bubble tea on 30 April and 1 May

Bubble tea fans would gladly join the queue for a cup of their favourite beverage. So we’re pretty sure they’ll queue up for a free cup of their favourite beverage. View this post on Instagram 🐪 they say third time’s the charm 🐪 🥤: Green Tea 0% with Rainbow Jelly ❤️: ⚫️⚫️⚪️⚪️⚪️ A post shared by GONGCHABOIS (@gcb.sutd) on Apr…

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3D-printed sushi is the new addition to your Tokyo bucket list. Here’s where to find it!

3D-printed sushi is the new addition to your Tokyo bucket list. Here’s where to find it!

You can’t skip out on eating sushi in Japan, but if you are tired of your regular rounds at top-rated restaurants such as Sukiyabashi Jiro, here’s something new that you can try out in Tokyo: 3D-printed sushi. A Tokyo-based startup, Open Meals, has started a sushi restaurant called SUSHI SINGULARITY TOKYO. With the bold claim that humans know nothing about sushi,…

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10 after-meal drinks to take away that are not bubble tea but are equally satisfying

10 after-meal drinks to take away that are not bubble tea but are equally satisfying

Gong Cha, LiHo, Koi – popular choices for an after-meal beverage to finish off your meal. These are great options (who doesn’t love a good cup of bubble tea?) but every now and then, why not try something new? With Singapore’s F&B market ever burgeoning, it’s not difficult to find alternative drinks that are just as delicious, if not more.…

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A&W is officially back and will be opened for 24/7. Here’s its full menu

A&W is officially back and will be opened for 24/7. Here’s its full menu

Since news first broke about A&W making its comeback to Singapore, we’ve been excited and waiting for more details to be shared. A&W has finally officially opened its newest outlet at Jewel Changi Airport. Located at Basement 2 of the mall, it is an 80-seater restaurant that will operate 24/7. The outlet features a retro interior design. You can look…

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We’ve found a place that sells taiyaki croissants in various flavours and $2 brown sugar bubble tea

We’ve found a place that sells taiyaki croissants in various flavours and $2 brown sugar bubble tea

There’s something comforting about Japanese taiyaki. The fish-shaped snack usually comes with piping hot fillings such as azuki beans and is a street food enjoyed by many. If you love taiyaki but fancy it with a more flaky texture and buttery taste, consider your dream come true! Someone has actually thought of marrying taiyaki with croissant to give us a…

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