Restaurant Review: Long Chim at Marina Bay Sands

Restaurant Review: Long Chim

Celebrity chef David Thompson dishes up surprisingly down-to-earth Bangkok street food at his first foray into casual dining

Admittedly, there are certain expectations that came with Long Chim even before we had a taste of its contemporary Thai plates. The new celebrity restaurant is, after all, the brainchild of internationally acclaimed chef and cookbook author David Thompson, whose fine-dining spot Nahm in Bangkok topped Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants last year. Also, the incredibly stylish spot, taking over the former Guy Savoy, is nestled amongst the swankiest restaurants at Marina Bay Sands.  (more…)

Guide to Everton Park

Oh-so-hip Everton Park

The trendy little enclave off Neil Road offers more than amazing coffee and great food. Here’s where else to go for fabulous pastries, local lifestyle labels, a hot shave and more

Everton Park has been hailed the next Tiong Bahru, but it’s hardly a surprise. Nestled opposite the hip Duxton area, the quaint neighbourhood exudes an authentic suburban-hipster charm, thanks to the plethora of indie cafes, restaurants and stores amidst the old-school HDB setting. Come, let us show you where to get your hands on top-notch coffee, gourmet sandwiches, wonderful baked goods, irresistible ice cream, comfort Korean grub, healthy food, and edgy homegrown brands, and even a spot of grooming for the lads.

Psst…if you like this, check out heaps more neighbourhood guides here (more…)

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Dining bargains and more at Grand Hyatt

If you hit the restaurants at this Orchard Road hotel as much as we do, it’s worth joining Club at the Hyatt and going nuts with the discounts on offer

As we all know, the Grand Hyatt Singapore houses some of the city’s finest restaurants and bars. Their bubbly brunch is a staple for when friends are in town, and we’d happily nip in for breakfast, lunch and dinner at the hotel… if only it was a little easier on the old wallet.

Enter Club at the Hyatt, the five-star hotel’s dining loyalty programme that offers massive dining benefits amongst other perks. (more…)

Weekend High tea at Clifford Pier

Fancy cuppas! Weekend afternoon tea

If you're going to do afternoon tea, it's got to be in style at a fancy hotel. Read on for our roundup of elegant sugary spreads and oriental cuppas

Afternoon tea in Singapore is utterly delightful, don’t you think? It’s when we dress up, get together and happily indulge in a few of our favourite things – finger sandwiches, scones, macarons, eclairs, cakes, and warming teas – before dinner. For a spot of the centuries-old tradition in Singapore, make your way to these 10 high tea spots that offer traditional English afternoon tea sets and sumptuous buffet spreads. Just remember to rest your little pinkies every now and then, to avoid cramping! Looking for high tea from Monday to Friday? Head here for our weekday roundup. (more…)

The Lokal Review | Restaurants in Singapore | Honeycombers Singapore

A Lokal Dinner

Everyone knows Aussie-inspired café The Lokal does an awesome brunch, but did you know they do an equally awesome dinner, too?

One fine evening, we decided to pop by and order up a feast. Our starters of choice were the deep-fried ham hock croquettes, cauliflower three-ways, and the (almost obligatory) truffle fat chips. We loved how the savoury ham hock croquettes were fried to perfection and surprisingly light (they went extremely well with the refreshing side of celraic remoulade), and not to mention how the truffle parmesan fat chips just hit the spot, but what really impressed us was the cauliflower three-ways, with ricotta and almonds. It was a delight switching between the vegetable forms (fried, mashed, and pickled, the latter being the most interesting with its salty-acidic notes) – a party in our mouths, basically.  (more…)