What springs to mind as soon as we say Christmas dinner? A roast, sides of…
The EatDrink Awards 2018 is our first edition to recognise restaurants and cafes that are really fantastic, as voted for by customers like yourself.
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M.A.K.A.N. by The Red Cherry is a one-stop shopping space for independently made food products, with some 50 local brands represented
The folks of Yuk Bebek definitely are no quacks – they’re armed with recipes by an Indonesian chef with 25 years of experience.
Traditions of tea collide with contemporary culinary trends – customers can sip & savour the pure, simple pleasures of Uji-origin tea, or marry the flavours of matcha & hojicha with soft serves, parfaits & shaved ice desserts, emulating the Tsujiri experience that spans Japan, China, Taiwan & Singapore
Balancing classic tradition with contemporary trendiness, Purple Cane’s tea mooncakes are uniquely beautiful creations that capture the mid-autumn season’s spirit, harmoniously blending familiar mooncake flavours with subtle notes of Chinese tea.
Punny name for this two-person pop-up that tackles a trio of soup noodles: Curry Laksa, Assam Laksa & Prawn Mee.
Amid a bumper crop of thorny fruits ready to be chopped open & consumed, Kampung Durian House’s unique attraction is its house-made organic Musang King durian ice cream.
Passionate about chocolate? So are the people behind Chocolate Concierge, a new Malaysian brand that makes its own magical cacao-adoring creations.
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.
Chocolate lovers might want to check out Chocolate Chapters and Mychocolab.
Pies & salads, sandwiches & crepes, oh my! The 1 Mont Kiara mall is fast becoming a delectable destination; here’s our foray into four new eateries situated side-by-side.
When is a cafe not completely a cafe? Maybe when its founders consider the coffee-selling business to be incidental to their main mission: In Battery Acid Club’s case, to serve as a space where designers meet & share ideas in a creative collective.
The cup is always full, never half-empty, at The Optimist Coffee, serving flat whites, roasted hazelnut lattes & pandan lamingtons with plenty of smiles outside the Ampang Park LRT station’s street-level entrance.