6 best cafes in Yishun you never knew existed – 2024
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by Katya Saputro
3M ago
How are the cafes like in the most “chaotic” neighbourhood in Singapore? While Yishun might be infamous for its erratic and terrifying stories, beneath that lies a selection of nice cafes to hop to. Whether you’re looking for a dog-friendly cafe to bond with your pet, or a cafe that serves vegan brunch dishes, or a halal-certified cafe — Yishun has it all. Where are the best cafes in Yishun? Yishun cafes 1. Slow Bakes – handcrafted and naturally leavened bakes, vegan friendly 2. Jing Is Book & Cafes — book cafe at Tzu Chi Humanistic Youth Centre 3. Lynn’s Cake — halal cafe in Yishun t ..read more
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(Closed) [REVIEW] Flash Coffee – $2.8 artisanal coffee in Singapore
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by Colman Cheung
3M ago
What happened to Flash Coffee? Is it all closed? Yes. Unfortunately, if you haven’t caught up with the Flash Coffee scandal, all of their Singapore outlets have permanently closed. But if you’d like to find out more about this Indonesian coffee chain before it all went downhill, read on. Our honest review of Flash Coffee Singapore Recharge with Flash Coffee, an artisanal coffee house that prices their coffee from $2.8. This Indonesian-based coffee chain opened its first branch in Singapore at Tanjong Pagar. There’s no shortage of coffee in the CBD area. But for it to be that affordable and sti ..read more
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(Closed) [REVIEW] Korio – The best donuts & sandwiches
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by Colman Cheung
3M ago
Is Korio closed? Yes. Unfortunately, one of the best doughnut and breakfast sandwich shop in Singapore, and cafes at Telok Ayer, is permanently closed. But, if you’re keen to find out what the hype’s about, or just to simply reminisce the good old time when Korio was still around, read on. Our honest review of Korio What do you get when you cross a sandwich and donut takeaway shop? You get Korio. Located at Telok Ayer, Korio serves an assortment of brioche donuts and grilled sandwiches. Brooklyn-inspired donuts By far the fluffiest donuts we’ve tried, Korio’s donuts are the kinds of rings I’d ..read more
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[REVIEW] YY Kafei Dian – Fluffy kaya toasts
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by Colman Cheung
3M ago
What comes to mind when you think of a hearty local breakfast? YY Kafei Dian, a Hainanese coffee shop along Beach Road, is renowned for the fluffiest kaya toast in Singapore and old-school sugar donuts. Our honest review of YY Kafei Dian Is it worth the hype? I mean… the Kaya Bun only costs $1.6, and look at how thick and fluffy it is. As touted by netizens online, the buns were one of the fluffiest. Although some may argue that the standards have fallen quite a bit. The kaya also had a good amount of sweetness. However, given the thickness of the buns, a little more kaya would have been appre ..read more
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[REVIEW] Suparakki – Only $7.9 for tonkotsu ramen?
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by Colman Cheung
3M ago
“The price of the food is directly proportional to its quality”. Suparakki Ramen debunks the theory by charging only $7.9 for a bowl of Tonkotsu Ramen. But how did it taste? Affordable ramen in Singapore Japanese for ‘Super Lucky’, Iits name was derived from the founder’s goal to make his customers feel ‘super lucky’ for being able to slurp on a delicious bowl of ramen for less than $10. They only have five types of ramen on the menu: Original Tonkotsu ($7.9), Shoyu Tonkotsu ($7.9), Tonkotsu Gyokai ($8.9), Tonkotsu Black Garlic ($9.9) and Dry Truffle ($6.9). The collagen broth of the Tonkots ..read more
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(Closed) [REVIEW] Asian Rad Afters – Blue cafe with egglet waffles
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by Monice Cheung
3M ago
Is Asian Rad Afters closed? Yes. Asian Rad Afters is permanently closed as of 2024. It has been replaced by Going Om, one of the more popular cafes along Bali Lane. But, if you’re still keen to read on about one of the most Instagrammable cafes in Singapore in 2019, here’s our honest review of the Tiffany blue cafe. Our honest review of Asian Rad Afters Situated just around the corner of Bali lane is a chic and modern ice-cream cafe painted in a gorgeous shade of Tiffany blue. It’s hard to get miss as you walk along the street. Originally from Osaka, Japan, Asian Rad Afters offers Instagrammab ..read more
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(Closed) [REVIEW] 63 Espresso – A cup of coffee before work
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by Colman Cheung
3M ago
Is 63 Espresso closed? Yes, this hole-in-the-wall coffee speciality cafe near Tanjong Pagar is permanently closed as of 2024. It is replaced by Leaf @ Sail, a flower shop. But if you’re still keen to read on about how this short-lived coffee house fared, here’s what we thought when we tried it in 2019. Our honest review of 63 Espresso Before the globalisation of Starbucks, coffee in the west was centered around the grab-and-go concept. Convenient and efficient, it was ideal for workers who didn’t have the luxury of time to post it on Instagram. Regrettably, coffee like such were brewed for its ..read more
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26 best TVB dramas of all time, categorised by genre
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by Colman Cheung
3M ago
Forget Black Mirror and Stranger Things; nothing can beat the heart-thumping criminal chase, juicy love triangles and heart-warming scenes that Hong Kong TVB dramas entail. Whether you’re already a TVB fan who’s planning to reminisce some of the classic shows, or you’re just looking for something new to watch alone, we’ve got you covered. Here are the best TVB dramas of all time — categorised according to their genre. What are the best TVB dramas to watch? Crime and investigation drama 1. Line Walker 使徒行者 2. Forensic Heroes 法政先鋒 3. Witness to a Prosecution 洗冤錄 Family feuds 4. Moonlight Re ..read more
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(Closed) [REVIEW] En Sakaba – Now known as En Dining
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by Monice Cheung
3M ago
Is En Sakaba closed? Yes and… no. En Sakaba has been renamed into En Dining, located at Capital Tower in Tanjong Pagar. Instead of specialising in hotpot, En Dining offers an affordable Japanese buffet. But, if you’re keen to read about what En Sakaba was like before they refreshed their concept, here’s our honest review of our food at the Japanese hotpot place. Review of En Sakaba So it seems that the trend of barhopping in Japan has been shifting towards a modern concept between a tachinomiya (standing bar) and izakaya (bar with seats). Unlike the usual izayaka bars where light snacks and ta ..read more
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InsectOut Magnetic Screen – Keep insects out of your home
District Sixty Five
by Monice Cheung
3M ago
Cockroaches and lizards in your house? You’re going to wanna read this. No matter how hard you try to keep your home clean and tidy, you still can’t get rid of pesky insects. It’s not your fault though. You could just be living near the rubbish chute or on a lower level of your building. Nonetheless, it’s A window mesh is perhaps one of the most important home essential to get for your home, especially for those who are plagued by common household insects like cockroaches, lizards, flying ants and mosquitos. Of all the window mesh in Singapore, InsectOut Magnetic Insect Screen Window Mesh stan ..read more
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