A legendary oasis for those yearning for a bit of an escape from the hustle and bustle of daily life, Jim Thompson offers exciting Thai cuisine in a stunning British colonial barrack in Dempsey Hill. Bringing together rave-worthy dishes in a heritage venue with such a rich history – this is one of our favourite […]
An Aussie-styled cafe in the heart of Arab Street, The Hangar brings good coffee, great food, and a laidback space together for everyone to rejoice in. With the main highlight being coffee, you can bet a pretty penny that the staff here knows what they’re talking about when it comes to a mean cup of […]
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The fun and patriotic Gin Khao Bistro is full of dining surprises, where you will find the national flag not on the roof but served up on a plate in the form of a striped red-white-blue cake. Combine its exotic creative food with its relaxing location at the Sentosa Cove in Quayside Isle and you […]
As much as we hate sounding like cantankerous old-timers reminiscing for the old days, our meal at COCA really made us realise how much Singapore’s steamboat culture has changed over the years. No idea what we’re talking about? Think back to a time when steamboat broths were subtle, and that you weren’t supposed to start […]
For those of us that grew up in Singapore in the 80s and early 90s, steamboat (and it was never ever called hotpot) wasn’t about having 15 different soup bases or 20 different dipping sauces. It was about putting together a combination of ingredients that would best enrich the flavour canvas that is the starting […]
With well nuanced recipes for Thai-spiced steamboat, COCA continues to impress discerning hotpot enthusiasts, now with a modern outlet at the refurbished dining pavilion of Kallang Leisure Park. As much as we hate sounding like cantankerous old-timers reminiscing for the old days, our meal at COCA really made us realise how much Singapore’s steamboat culture […]