Good Time Eat Drink

Good Time Eat Drink is a new casual restaurant along Upper East Coast Road which serves local, asian, peranakan dishes with a fusion twist. The area is vibrantly colored and decorated with some vintage old posters. Furniture wise also uses the old wooden chairs and tables which all contributed and builds up the atmosphere as…

Common Man Stan

It’s a rare gem to find a cafe in the CBD district opening on a Sunday! Which also explains why it can get really crowded during the brunch hours, filled with people streaming in after their yoga lessons in the vicinity or people who are out exploring and enjoying new brunch places or simply people…

Enchanted Cafe

Located in the vicinity of Farrer Park along the same stretch with other cafes such as Old Hen and Cold Pantry sits Enchanted Cafe. Beautifully decorated in Alice in Wonderland theme, the whole cafe was serene and once you step in, you feel as though you are in another dimension. Not too overly exaggerated but…

The Lazy Chop

Another different from your usual Zi Char stall – The Big Lazy Chop which is  also located in a pretty unique location, the Short Street, somewhere behind the Rocher Beancurd in the Dhoby Ghaut district. Not the usual super big area in a coffee shop neither a big restaurant but something more down to earth…

Gallery & Co

Together with the National Gallery, stood a contemporary cafeteria + retail store at a corner near the Gallery’s entrance. A clean and neatly designed cafe featuring healthy mix grain bowls and local delights with a fusion twist. Otak Otak Taco ($17). Interesting fusion of mexican with asian delights. Instead of the usual marinated chicken, prawn…

Plentyfull

Plentyfull, like it’s name resonances well with their concept. Span over a big area of space, it contains both the grocer and dining area. They serve wholesome food made fresh from seasonal produce. Evolving from healthy grain bowls and hearty brunch food in the day to modern brasserie asian western fusion dishes as night fall….

Stray by Fatcat

STRAY by FATCAT was yet another brilliant concept by the folks behind FATCAT Ice Cream bar. What really attracts me to the place is none other than its intriguing creative fusion menu. They had done a good job in giving every asian chinese dish a touch of western modernization. In addition to their creative mains…

Ding Dong

Ding Dong puts forth its Asian-inspired cuisine with a touch of playfulness and eclectic. Interior of restaurant is decorated with vibrant retro poster and vintage designed furniture, giving the customer a sense of chic and funky belonging. Decided to drop by Ding Dong as they are on entertainer app, where they have 1-1 on their…

LAAF

Located along the row of bustling shophouses at East Coast Road directly opposite I12 Katong, was this small with unpretentious storefront, LAAF cafe. Coupled with KopiPass and  Entertainer app, we decided to check this cafe out. Pork Chop ($16.90) – Slab of pork chop grilled to almost perfection, was really juicy and tender. Further paired…

The Laneway Market

Nestled in an alley along the Tanjong Katong stretch, housed the 2 years old cafe with a beautiful garden market themed ambiance. Cozy and laid back environment to enjoy a cuppa and some brunch food. Green Tea Latte ($6) – A little powdery and on the sweeter side. Pulled Pork Burger ($20) 12hrs infused with…

Fart Tartz

Open dining area located at the second level of Singapore Expo Foyer 2 decked in white cutesy garden theme with sweet little potted plants that brightens and sweetens up the whole atmosphere. Menu at a glance! Best deal is, they are on Entertainer App 1-1 Main courses! Superb deals with amazing fusion food! Sambal Sea…

Fuel Plus Cafe

Tucked away from the hustle and bustle, at the junction of Wishart and Morse Road, sits the minimalist designed Fuel Plus Cafe. Open its door to a bright yet cosy interior with vintage tiles overlaying the wooden tables. Not too big a cafe to start off with. Small cafe but with an extensive menu. Also,…