Dig into collaborative feasts, gourmet food lunches for cheap around the city and load up on Pimm’s Cups all month…
What can we say? We’re good at hunting for the best pastries and bakes, trying out cuisines in town from Mexican to mod-sin food, on top of the game with new spots to eat and honestly, all we ever do is plan our next meal. Anything foodie news? You can trust us.
Salted and Hung is bringing in Adelaide restaurant Shōbōsho for two nights only
Named after the Japanese term for ‘fire house’, Shōbōsho is a renowned restaurant in Adelaide and Australia that centres around the concept of ‘fire’, taking inspiration from various Japanese ingredients and cooking styles as well as other Asian influences including Chinese and Taiwanese. Never heard of them or dined there? No worries, for two nights in July, the eatery will be collaborating with Salted & Hung in Singapore for feast of eight sharing courses, alternating between signatures from Shōbōsho, and new creations from Salted & Hung. Just to get your appetite going, there’ll be raw yellowfin tuna with charred edamame, black rice, bonito cream and grilled nori, scallop ceviche with charcoal emulsion
Salted & Hung, 11-12 July, 12 Purvis St, Singapore 188591
Lunching in the city for less than $8?
Looking forward to lunch in the CBD area but not willing to spend more than $10? We know, food can be expensive in the city. Lunch subscription service Nomnomby might just save the day (and you some money). How it works: pick from a subscription plan of 6, 12 or 20 meals a month (the more meals a month, the cheaper a dish costs!) and then select from over 100 gourmet lunches in the city and start placing your order. The best part is that you’ll beat all the pesky queues, and paying less for that Poke bowl…
Holland Village welcomes a well-loved bakery to the neighbourhood
Tiong Bahru Bakery finds a fourth home at Chip Bee Gardens in Holland Village! The new addition to the neighbourhood is inspired by old-school local candy stores and you’ll find some local elements like a facade of oversized mahjong tiles and coin-operated kiddy rides. Food-wise, you’ll get the same bestselling list of baked goods you can take to go or chill at the alfresco counter for a while to do some people watch while you stuff yourself with a kouign amann.
Tiong Bahru Bakery, 43 Jln Merah Saga, Singapore 278115
Forever summer at Oxwell & Co
Renowned for its tasty tipples and proper British food, Oxwell & Co is embracing Singapore’s perpetual tropical season in conjunction with England’s very own Summer Solstice. It’s all about Pimm’s Cups (and jugs) and Aperol Spritzes all month, along with a curious cocktail made with peas and gin. Say goodbye to the summer at the Picnic Party on 30 June where you can spend a boozy afternoon on a picnic mat playing cards and munching on snacks.
Oxwell & Co, 5 Ann Siang Road, Singapore 069688
We don’t do boring bar hops at Honeycombers
If you love your gin like we do, then you ought to join us as we guzzle down gin cocktails all night on 26 June at our Amoy Street Bar Hop. We’re taking you to three of our favourite watering holes near the Honeycombers HQ: The Spiffy Dapper, Le Binchotan and Claypots Full Circle. Drinking on a Tuesday? Why the hell not.
Amoy Street Bar Hop, 26 June, Claypots Full Circle, 103 Amoy Street, Singapore 069923
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