Due to the COVID-19 situation, many countries are implementing locked down and necessary measures are implemented. Although Singapore government is encouraging us to play tourist in own town to help the economy and even weekend staycation packages are rolling out, there are times when staying in feels even more comfortable and safe. Home cook will be ideal but there are times that you crave for restaurants/cafes at home. Hence, here are my 25 food delivery options some via Foodpanda, Grabfood and Deliveroo to share with you guys. Show some support to your favourite local restaurants during this difficult times! Continue reading [SG EATS] Stay Home Food Delivery Options in Singapore during COVID-19 period
Pavilion Banana Leaf located at Jurong Point Mall was previously known as Zaffron Banana Leaf. This casual dining restaurant is halal certified, which cater to muslim customers. Eileen Poh invited me and another Eileen to join her for a tasting session few weeks ago. So, here I am exploring western side of Singapore. Continue reading [SG EATS] Pavilion Banana Leaf – The South Indian Restaurant At Jurong Point
Kumoya Café did it again! Following the success of Cinnamonroll pop-up concept, we have Miffy this time! Miffy pop-up concept is available from 5 October til 31 December 2017 at Kumoya. Kumoya is also Singapore’s first Halal-Certified Japanese French Café. Continue reading [SG EATS] Miffy Cafe Arrives Kumoya Singapore Starting October Til December 2017
Chef Wan is back to Singapore with its first-ever ala carte concept called Chef Wan’s Kitchen. I used to watch Chef Wan’s TV programme when I was a kid and he is a Malaysian star chef and a TV personality. This is not his first F&B venture in Singapore. The previous restaurant was 1 Market By Chef Wan located at Plaza Singapura Mall. Continue reading [SG EATS] Chef Wan’s Kitchen At Esplanade Mall
Halia at Singapore Botanic Gardens is officially a Halal-certified restaurant as of June 2017. Although they have converted to halal restaurant, there are not many changes as a whole. The significant changes is that they no longer offering alcoholic drinks. Halia still serves modern European cuisine with Asian influences but made using ingredients that are sourced only from Halal-certified suppliers. Continue reading [SG EATS] The Halia At Singapore Botanic Gardens is Halal-Certified Restaurant Now!
Does Rumah Rasa sounds familiar to you? Yes, you are right! After years in hiatus, Bay Hotel Singapore has decided to re-launch Rumah Rasa, the halal- Indonesia restaurant. The restaurant has taken over Street 50 Restaurant & Bar space. Continue reading [SG EATS] Rumah Rasa At Bay Hotel Singapore- Halal-Indonesia Restaurant
Penang Culture celebrates it’s 5th year anniversary with a new updated menu that showcases Penang specialities created by Penangite Head Chef Wong Thin Lipp. Before I go further, are you aware that Penang Culture is the first Penang-themed halal certified restaurant in Singapore? Hooray for our Muslim friends! Everyone gets to enjoy the Penang delicacies! I still remember my first visit was at their Woodlands’ outlet few years ago. Time flies! Continue reading [SG EATS] PENANG CULTURE – THE FIRST PENANG-THEMED HALAL RESTAURANT IN SINGAPORE NEW MENU STARTING JUNE 2016