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15 Halal-Certified Restaurants In Singapore - Ramen, Raclette Beef Steak, And Tze Char

Halal Restaurant - CoverHalal-certified international cuisine in Singapore     Image adapted from: @naznavy As a Muslim teen growing up in the late 2000s, there weren’t many halal food options available for me. Eating out during after-school lepak sessions usually meant alternating between fast food joints or Swensen’s. From ramen to buffets, us Muslim...
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11 Cafes With Hidden Lobangs For DBS/POSB Cardholders (AKA Everyone) In 2017

DBS POSB Card discounts Enjoy cafe discounts with your DBS/POSB card     Image adapted from (clockwise from top left): @sarniescafe, @defectedmelody, @miss_teatime_sg, @linsitong, @muunchyfoodie, @shu55min Cafe-hopping isn’t exactly the cheapest hobby around - the experience can be filling to your stomachs and pleasing to your eyes, but you’ll face some serious decrease in funds....
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10 Craft Beer Hawker Stalls In Singapore To Lepak At With Booze From $5/Half Pint

newton craft beerCheap and good craft beers at hawker centres in Singapore   Source Dilemma: you want to hang with your drinking buds in town on a Friday night, but you’re tired out from the week and would rather chill in shorts and slippers. You’re then forced to choose between your social life...
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10 Japanese Dining Deals You Can Get If You're A DBS/POSB Cardholder

1 for 1 sushiEnjoy affordable oishii Japanese dishes with DBS Adapted from source: @fadhil07 The thought of sashimi, donburi, udon and ramen is enough to spark excitement in many of us. With Japanese grub being our One True Love, it’s not a rarity to find ourselves helplessly flocking to a nihon restaurant just about...
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7 Restaurants In OneKM Mall You Can Access At Lunchtime & After Work By Shuttle Bus

Quality restaurant food for the east-siders   There’s plenty of good food in town, but it’s not every day that easties would want to hustle through the crowds of the North-South Line just to eat some quality restaurant food. Well, whatever you’re looking for, it’s closer than you think it is....
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12 Cafes In Farrer Park That Make It The Purple Line's Very Own "Tiong Bahru"

cover imageGuide to underrated cafes at Farrer Park   Adapted from Source: @reichenyoo Haji Lane, Thomson Road, and Duxton might be the top cafe-hopping districts to sate your appetite for waffles or truffle fries. But unbeknownst to many of us, Farrer Park is hiding a fair share of gastronomical delights too. Not...
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10 Local Foods For Overseas Friends To Try In Central Singapore Under 24 Hours

spread of jalan kayu prata cover imageAround the Singapore food scene in 24-hours   “What is the best Singaporean dish?” might be the million-dollar question that leaves you stumped. You won’t have the 50-50 option or enough time to call a friend, and you can’t escape your responsibility as a Singaporean to give your friends from overseas...
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7 Lok Lok Places In Singapore So You Need Not Pay Road Charges OTW To JB

Cheese lok lokLok lok places in Singapore     It’s no secret that the best lok lok stalls are found in travelling vans along the streets of Johor Bahru, which many Singaporeans willingly brave Causeway jams for. But why travel across the border for steamboat on a stick, when you can get it...
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7 Soba Restaurants In Singapore That Will Hijack Your Love For Ramen

soba restaurant singaporeSome of the best Soba places in Singapore   Soba is one of the most versatile noodles that Asia has to offer. There aren’t many kinds of noodles that taste good even when they’re ice-cold, and probably no Singaporean can imagine enjoying a bowl of chilled mee pok. From Michelin-starred soba...
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8 Tried And Tested Ways To Hack Starbucks Singapore's Menu For Cheaper Coffee

Cheap DIY Cappuccino Starbucks hackSave money on your Starbucks drinks   Dropping $8 on your cup of Starbucks is an everyday occurrence if you’re a caffeine addict. No doubt, it’s an expensive indulgence. But asking you to swear off coffee is practically equivalent to asking the average human being to stop drinking water. We understand...
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