May May

What: Modern 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

llaollao

What: A Spanish frozen yogurt franchise that’s hit Singapore’s dessert scene with a bang. The evidence for their success? The crazy-ass long lines. Also it’s pronounced yao-yao. Blame the Iberians. Pros: Yummy frozen yogurt (apparently the process starts with greek yogurt) with especially yummy jam based toppings. Cons: The wait – 20 mins minimum. And really if you … More llaollao