Head chef of Champignons and restaurateur, Gary Chang, recently opened his brand new brunch haven…
Little Collins’ 2017 Yuletide selection is full of festive flair: The cakes, their luscious forte, are gorgeous, abounding with meticulously perfected intricacies, scaling the pinnacle of cake craftsmanship.
Founder Nazri Adam and his boys behind The Yard specialise in a one-two punch of savoury and sweet crowd-pleasers
GravyBaby offers Blighty-style pies baked by a British former military club chef and inventive cocktails mixed by a French bartender
Polecats is a fun family-run hangout by founders Sam and Zee, with a deeply personal touch.
Closer tries to go the distance to be distinctive with a sun-drenched, plant-adorned setting to complement its amiable offerings.
Monkey bread, bagel balls, frozen custard & pizzas by the slice: A made-in-Manhattan fervour rules TTDI’s vibrant new Bowery Petit pizzeria & pastry shop.
The League of Captains located is a cafe spearheaded by the folks behind local clothing label Pestle & Mortar.
Double A Cafe deserves an ‘A’ for effort – husband-and-wife team Aiman and Alia have taken a break from their corporate responsibilities to create a wholeheartedly welcoming space that has the potential to become something genuinely special.
Greenhouse by Muir – situated beside Gleneagles Hospital – is one of this month’s most attractive new F&B destinations, saturated with ideas and steeped in intrigue.
The Crusty Nest, located in Subang Jaya, is a pie shop owned by a group of people who were stirred to start a pie shop after spending time in Australia and visiting similar outlets there.
No ruby slippers required – tap your heels together three times, tell Toto you’re not in Solaris Dutamas anymore, and let happy little bluebirds take you to this restaurant somewhere over the rainbow.
Well-designed and thoughtfully incorporated elements of wood and steel, combined with a lovely covered outdoor patio, lend a chic appeal to this 125-seat casual eatery. [Sponsored]
Bangsar’s New Year baby springs into action this week, showing great potential to grow into something special. LA/PA – a catchy play on ‘lapar,’ the Malay word for ‘hungry’ – is a spin-off from the vibrant people who brought us Taman Tun’s Quar/Tet; we think LA/PA will easily equal the success of its big brother.
With a persistent parade of cafes mushrooming across the suburbs, we appreciate how Porto Bello aspires to provide some pleasant surprises for visitors.