CalleVerde heralds the latest chapter in a pilgrimage of faith for its Filipino founder Cress Hipolito, whose professional F&B experience began with an episode that left her with third-degree burns several years ago.
Having established itself as a cafe to reckon with since 2010 in Singapore’s Tiong Bahru enclave, Forty Hands is no novice in making customers happy, serving with a smile from start to finish, armed with a sturdy selection of specialities that span brunch and beyond.
Step inside and one of the first things you might notice is an original Andy Warhol silk-screen portrait of Mao Zedong, which Warhol produced in the early 1970s.
Feel-good vibes run through the foundation of Nutz n Boltz, which lives up to its billing as ‘a snazzy restobar’, bringing a cool, colourful sense of fun to Desa ParkCity’s Plaza Arkadia.
Beer Shack marries a passion for food with the love of beer, in a setting that pops with colourful vibrancy.
This new seafood restaurant in Solaris Dutamas serves up the usual favourites with their very own twist of Malaysian flavours.
Champignons merits a look for putting extra effort into its work.
This new Nyonya restaurant means to impress, with a comprehensive menu curated by an actual Malaccan Baba cooking sifu. There’s even a music performance.
Celebrate Chinese New Year with a playful Japanese-Peruvian twist at Nobu Kuala Lumpur.
Chateau DeCanter is a hidden wine bar tucked on the first floor of a shop-house in TTDI that’s suitable for casual gathering or a more intimate affair.