May May

What:┬áModern Asian CBD resto with fairly expensive food (mains start at SGD12 bucks) that is actually worth it. Also they have a lunch special – if you add SGD3 you get a drink and salad. Pros: The restaurant is beautiful – my lunch mate and I were surprised and concluded it would make a lovely … More May May

The Bakehouse

What: A newly-opened whimsical cafe housed, somewhat unceremoniously, at the base of the Park Hotel and next to Ikea. Pros: The staff are fantastic, the decor is charming and for the most part I really liked my food (coffee, ham and cheese croissant and the choc tart get full marks). Cons: It’s small so it … More The Bakehouse

The 1925

I have different friends to fulfill different needs. I’ve got my super intellectual/shopping enabler best friend. I’ve got my best bro with whom I discuss movies and shit. I’ve got my soulmates from high school I still Whatsapp and Skype furiously with. And… I’ve got my gurlfriends. Chatting about boys, clothes, our careers and gossiping … More The 1925

Joo Bar

I am a GREAT friend. When Alex was visiting from Kabul and I couldn’t make his birthday party I decided I would be super selfless and take him to a restaurant that we would both totally enjoy that I’ve been wanting to go to for ages. BESTFRIENDEVER. It’s Korean. It’s hip. And I wanted to … More Joo Bar

Candlenut

Last week was Restaurant Week. Now if you don’t know what that is, I can’t help you. J/K! It’s a week in Singapore, where these fancy and semi-fancy restaurants offer a three course meal at a reasonable price of SGD25-45++ for lunch and SGD35-55++ for dinner. To be honest I kinda found out about this … More Candlenut