1. Nylon Coffee Roasters An “oldie” but a goodie. Let’s start with the tried and true. Nylon’s name is commonly found in many other posts about coffee because they were among the first to bring specialty coffee to Singapore. Founded on the couple’s love for coffee and experience abroad, Nylon
Huawei is showing appreciation to users for their continuous support in using the company’s smartphones! From 5 Jul to 7 Jul and 12 Jul to 14 Jul, 11 am to 2 pm; users can redeem free bubble tea from Partea. Simply flash your Huawei phone at the counter, register instantly
Good news this upcoming May Day! With just 50 cents, union members of the National Trades Union Congress (NTUC) would be able to enjoy coffee or tea at more than 90 NTUC Foodfare and Kopitiam food courts and coffee shops throughout the entire month! From June onwards, union members can
Did price of brown rice really increase drastically? Think again. A reader-contributed article reported yesterday that there has been an unreasonable increase in the price of brown rice in NTUC Fairprice of nearly 50%, causing much uproar in the community. Reason for such a significant price increment was known to
Inspired by local dishes, 3 limited edition flavors of KitKat are coming to Singapore! The chilli crab, salted egg yolk and Kopitiam breakfast flavors are available from 8 Apr to 14 Apr ONLY! Just head on down to the Kit Kat Chocolatery Pop-up store at Vivocity to get a taste
On 7 Mar, Environment and Water Resources Minister Masagos Zulkifli had announced Singapore Food Agency’s (SFA) aim to produce 30 percent of Singapore’s food needs by 2030. Currently, Singapore imports over 90 percent of its food. As such, we are “exposed to the volatilities of the global food market,” Mr.
Partially hydrogenated oils (PHOs), a major source of artificial trans-fat, will be banned by the Ministry of Health (MOH), Senior Parliamentary Secretary for Health Amrin Amin said in Parliament on 6 Mar. Agreeing on the World Health Organization’s (WHO) stand in the removal of artificial trans-fat from food supplies, Mr.
Gary Ho, a longtime patron of Old Airport Road Hawker Centre, put out a lengthy post on his Facebook account, which recounted his own findings from the hawkers themselves and the allegedly unreasonable practices by the management. If you don’t feel like reading the wall of text, here’s a summary
BAHAHAHAHAHAHA!! It actually exists! Check this out: It’s a Western fail, but someone has actually gone out of his way to make a real-life crispy rendang! Yenni Law, 43, runs a restaurant in Taman Tun Dr Ismail in Kuala Lumpur and has made this parody of a dish in honour
A Malaysian netizen posted his scary encounter with a drink he ordered, on his Facebook. 2 days ago (10 February), he ordered a cup of large classic roasted milk tea with pearl from a Tealive outlet at Bukit Jalil. Halfway through his drink, there was a weird feeling in his mouth.