Section D is a new home bar run by a passionate couple — and it shows.
I ran into Dannon —co-proprietor of Section D with his wife Jamie— a few times during my internship tenure at a Buro Singapore . As the editor at SG Magazine, his impressive knowledge of different whiskies and grasp on the local bar scene always struck me.
French Fold, Merci Marcel’s newest crepe concept — promising new brunch spot.
Merci Marcel is undoubtedly one of the most beloved cafe chains in Singapore (and a personal fav), bringing great vibes and great food with a quirky French flair. They are advancing their brand with a new crepe concept, French Fold.
Petit Pain might have one of the scariest queues in Singapore, but are the croissants worth it?
Nestled in a quaint and unassuming shop space in Katong, Petit Pain produces some of the most popular pastries in Singapore. Alas, with their secluded location and the excruciating queues, have you wondered if they are worth the pain? Quite possibly so.
Hajime Tonkatsu is not just great affordable tonkatsu but a man’s lifelong passion
Hajime is helmed by Singapore’s first tonkatsu chef Chef Tan-San, progenitor of the local style at Tonkichi all those years ago. These are not just slices of beautifully-fried pork, but slices of history itself.
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.
Papi’s Tacos is the most popular taco Stand around, reserve your seats
This hole in the wall along Seah Street serve up some of the best tacos around, and it shows in their packed venue (pre-covid at least). Casual and intimate, Papi’s is a great spot to hang with friends over some tacos and margaritas ($10 margaritas for happy hour too)
Wildfire chicken & burgers might be one of the best value for money burgers around.
Burgers are an extremely popular food item in Singapore, and there are so many good burger places . New burger places open so frequently, it takes something special to get noticed.
Wine RVLT brings revolution to the wine scene, and also your tastebuds.
Wine is often perceived for being “bougie”, lest you plan to get smashed on cheap supermarket wine. Some don’t agree with that idea. Wine RVLT in particular.
Roketto Izakaya brings quirky local flair to your favourite dishes.
We have a lot of fusion restaurants in the scene, but none as unapologetically Singaporean as the popular mod sin concepts by celebrity chef Willin Low.