Hungry for Indonesian-style smashed chicken? Here are some of the best ayam penyet in Singapore, tried and tested!
Monthly Archive for April, 2011
Posted in Eat-Out: Non-Asian on Apr 22nd, 2011
In recent times, there have been more global events to increase awareness for protection of our mother planet. Earth Hour — held annually on the last Saturday of March — aims to raise awareness of climate change by asking households and businesses to turn off their non-essential lights and electrical appliances. Earth Day — celebrated [...]
Posted in inSing.com HungryGoWhere feature articles on Apr 21st, 2011
For lovers of the King of Fruits, pastries made with durian are just as irresistible! One of Singapore’s most popular durian pastries is durian puff. To find out where to get some of Singapore’s best durian puffs, and how they measure up against one another, click here!
We have tuna sandwich for breakfast once a week or fortnight, but I play around with different breads and canned tuna flavors for variations. Today’s main cast is Queen Bread from Sun Moulin Bakery at Isetan Scotts and Heinz Starkist Tuna (Thousand Island Dressing). Threw in a bunch of mixed salad greens as well, with [...]
This week’s Tried & Tested rounds up the best Ipoh hor fun in Singapore. Which stall makes the most slurpilicious hor fun? Click here to read the full article!
Update (Mon, 18 April 2011): Winners for the giveaway have been picked! Refer to bottom of post for names of winners. Introducing Clusterfluff — Ben & Jerry’s brand new flavor for 2011! If you’re a peanut butter and caramel lover, this latest creation — a groovy combo of peanut butter ice cream, caramel cluster pieces, [...]
Going by the increasing number of upmarket joints in town, it’s clear that Singaporeans love a good burger. Here are five of them, tried and tested!
OMG, my mouth is watering as I’m typing out this post! See the pic below and you’ll understand why.