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Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Pita Pan

MARINA BAY: With one of the best names in the business, Pita Pan is a vegetarian restaurant, serving up traditional Mediterranean dishes in a no-nonsense, busy setting in Marina Square and Marina Bay Sands. A...

Toby’s Estate

    ROBERTSON QUAY: When it comes to coffee, there are many different terms and definitions for green, organic and fair-trade practices swirling around the coffee industry – so many that it’s easy to be confused....

Cupping at Toby’s Estate

    ROBERTSON QUAY: Think wine experts are the only ones who sniff and sip? For coffee buffs, cupping is the equivalent of wine tasting. Coffee roasters sniff, sip and slurp to assess and select coffees...

Lolla

    CHINATOWN: Lolla is the permanent shop-front incarnation of Lolla’s Secret Supper, a pop-up style underground supper club founded in 2008 by Pang Hian Tee. Clad in a facade of calming blue Peranakan wall tiles and...

Two Face Pizza & Taproom

    TIONG BAHRU: I’ve recently moved to calm, tranquil Tiong Bahru, and walk past this pizza joint every night after work. It was just a matter of time before I stepped inside to try it...

Coriander Leaf

    CLARKE QUAY: I don’t tend to frequent Clarke Quay, and especially not when considering dinner. With nicer neighbourhoods such as Dempsey Hill, Duxton Hill and Club Street offering great food, the lights and sounds...

The Rabbit Hole

    DEMPSEY: Many of you will be familiar with The White Rabbit, the restaurant located just off Dempsey housed in an awe-inspiring and beautifully restored old chapel. Set amongst lush, green gardens, The White Rabbit...

Neko no Niwa

  BOAT QUAY: Cats. To some, they’re haughty, indifferent pets who couldn’t care less that you feed them and put a roof over their heads. To others, they’re furry little balls of joy that make...

Burlamacco Ristorante

  TELOK AYER: Ann Siang Hill and Club St may have it in the bag as the hip district but just down the steps at the bottom of Ann Siang Hill Park, the Amoy St...

The Missing Pan

BUKIT TIMAH: Opening in November last year, The Missing Pan comes from the owners of the now-defunct Uppercrust bakery, once a favourite in Raffles Place. Not wanting to toss their baking skills aside, husband-and-wife...