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29 Most Instagrammable Foods in Singapore RANKED By Delicious Factor


Instagrammable Food Ranked   Credit: rebeccasaw We may not have the insanely tempting salted-egg yolk croissants featured by our Malaysian friend Rebecca Saw on our sunny island yet. But we do have a whole bunch of food that look just as delicious. And we're reminded of that on Instagram everyday. In...
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25 Places That Prove The West May Have The Best Food In Singapore


The best grub in the West   The West side of Singapore is no longer the industrial zone it used to be. It's so well developed now that we've managed to find 23 things to do there ! With Singapore's fast paced developments, new shopping malls like Jcube, JEM, Big...
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Singapore Food Festival 2015 - Modern Singaporean Food In The Spotlight

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Food is Good   Teochew cold crab We are Singaporeans. We love food. It’s no surprise, then, that the Singapore Food Festival is returning for its 22nd year to satisfy Singaporean palates and celebrate local food. This year’s theme is ‘A Fresh Taste of Tradition’ and revisits Singapore’s food heritage...
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21 Peanut Butter Dishes To Eat In Singapore

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Best Peanut Butter Creations   Y'know the feeling of opening a brand new jar of peanut butter? That silky smooth finishing so perfect you can't bear to stick your knife (or fingers) in.  Oohhh yes.  Whether you're a chunky or smooth PB kinda person, this article is for you. There...
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22 Traditional Foods in Singapore And The Surviving Stalls To Get Them At

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About Singapore's Traditional Foods   Even with the increasing variety of food choices, traditional food in Singapore remains an indelible part of our identity and childhood. Many of these traditional foods look deceptively simple, but they're actually labour intensive - home-made using traditional techniques and the best ingredients. To help...
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16 Young Singaporean Hawkers And Where To Find Their Delicious Food

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Young Singapore Hawkers   With 20 new hawker centres - more than 800 new stalls - slated to be built over the next 12 years, Choa Chu Kang and Sengkang residents will soon have the happy dilemma of choosing which stall to patronise for breakfast. However, we need to ask:...
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16 Best Mentaiko Dishes in Singapore And Where To Find Them

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Best Mentaiko Dishes In Singapore   I love Japanese food, and mentaiko has always topped my list of favourite Japanese ingredients. Yet, whenever I’d excitedly rave on and on about my love for mentaiko, I’m always met with… a blank stare. Some people have not heard of mentaiko - what...
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9 Singapore #FoodPorn Instagrams That Will Make You Want To Lick Your Screen

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Best Food IG Accounts In Singapore   We all have that one friend who Instagrams pictures of his/her food endlessly. Either that or we have at least someone we follow online who posts snapshots of their baking/cooking/eating adventures, anything that evolves around food. Love it or hate it, they're here...
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10 Best Hotel Buffets You Cannot Miss In 2015

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10 Hotel Buffets Not To Miss In 2015   Buffets. Ahh the idea of free flow food, stuffing yourself silly and then slowly slipping into a food coma as the day passes… who doesn’t like that? International, chinese, breakfast, japanese, ice-cream and even durian buffets are all the rage right...
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12 Unbelievable Salted Egg Dishes You Can Eat In Singapore

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The Best Salted Egg Dishes in Singapore   In a country obsessed with eating, we've seen many food trends come and go. One of the latest to hit our shores is the obsession over any dish with salted egg yolk sauce. Sweet or savoury, the salted egg flavour seems to...
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