yishun best food and hidden gems

A hood bearing the infamy of being the strange part of Singapore, but here’s a Yishun best food guide worth braving the crazies.

Maybe a bit out of the way, but Yishun is perhaps one of the most underrated areas in Singapore for food. From classic hawker places to innovative gelato, this list covers them all.

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Nixta Mexican Grill & Bar — A review of SG’s Best new Mexican Joint

Mexican food is always a jolly affair, filled with copious amounts of tortillas, tacos, margaritas. It’s hard not to feel all pumped up when you’re digging into all those hearty flavours, while juices drip all over and sauces smother your lips.

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Burnt Ends Embodies artistry of Meat and Smoke

Burnt Ends was the first restaurant that I had the privilege of dining at after Singapore’s first lockdown earlier this year. Being a perennial World’s 50 Best entrant and Michelin Star recipient, I’ve been hankering to head down for aeons. Continue reading “Burnt Ends”

kki sweets review

KKI Sweets — Where crafting Desserts is a fine art

We love our desserts, from the most simple waffles & ice creams to intricately moulded croissants — you can find wildly popular dessert stores at every corner of the island. KKI Sweets are, however, on a level above every other cafe.

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pastar bar review singapore

A Modern Pasta Bar wIth pristine textures and Mixed Signals

Countless people vouch for Pasta Bar as the epitome of pasta making in Singapore. With a name as confidently chic and simple as “Pasta Bar”, you’d expect great finesse worthy of its moniker of being the pasta bar. 

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salted & hung review

Salted & Hung Elevates Fresh Produce with elegant Aussie-Asian Romance

Salted & Hung is a place that’s nestled deep into the crevices of my heart. Well, most Unlisted Collection concepts are infatuations. Needless to say, I found myself excitedly grabbing a table when they launched their redesigned set course menu in May, right before the dreaded dine-out restrictions hit again.

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mobomoga singapore review

MoboMoga Sake Bar is a non-traditional Izakaya like none other

Rowdy Japanese crowds downing too much alcohol, indistinct chatter, simple homely dishes — an enjoyable ambience no doubt but what if an Izakaya was even more fun? Look no further than MoboMoga, the epitome of off-beat and quirky.

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le vin levain

Le Vin Levain is A sourdough pizza masterclass at a steal

With an ever-growing wave of Artisan Pizza parlours popping up all over Singapore, we’re spoilt for choice. Out of all of them, Le Vin Levain is one that has challenged my perception of price tag vis-a-viz Pizza quality.

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