1. Bingsu ($18) – Bibing
Bingsu is all the rage right now, and this bingsu from BiBing is like no other. Plated to look just like a Bibimbap, every detail of the dish has been carefully thought of. From the crimson hue of kimchi replaced by strawberries to the egg, which is made up of yogurt and mango.
Opening Hours: Tuesday – Thursday: 12pm – 10pm, Friday: 12pm – 11pm, Saturday: 10am – 11pm, Sunday: 10am – 10pm
Address: 50 Smith Street, Singapore 058958
2. Bacon Jam Session ($12) – Oh My Bacon
Bacon everything is always a good idea. Especially when it’s in the form of jam and infused with whiskey. This deceptively sweet yet savoury spread pairs perfectly with toasted baguette slices and is sure to satisfy all bacon lovers out there.
Opening Hours: Tuesday – Friday: 12pm – 10pm, Saturday – Sunday: 10am – 10pm
Address: 7 Dunlop Street, Singapore 209337
3. Scotch Eggs ($6.90) – By The Fire
Move aside Eggs Benedict, fans of runny eggs now have a new dish to rejoice over. Essentially a soft-boiled egg encased in a breaded meat blanket, give this dish a try instead of the usual eggs benny.
Opening Hours: Weekdays: 1230pm – 3pm, 6pm – 10pm, Weekends: 12pm – 10pm
Address: 125 East Coast Road, Singapore 428810
4. Milo Soft Serve ($8) – Lepark
This Milo soft serve is the perfect summertime treat. Served with fruit loops, sprinkles and a khong guan biscuit, this frozen version of Singapore’s favourite drink is a refreshing change to your usual bar food.
Opening Hours: Tuesday – Friday: 4pm – 10pm, Saturday – Sunday: 11am – 11pm
Address: 1 Park Road, Singapore 059108, #06-00, People’s Park Complex
5. Wanton Noodles ($6.90)– Mak’s Noodles
With wanton skin air-flown from Hong Kong, this famous noodle house has finally made its way to Singapore. Expect to dig into a piping bowl of comfort food, filled with springy noodles and juicy meat wantons.
Opening Hours: Daily: 11am – 10pm
Address: 176 Orchard Road, Singapore 238843, Centrepoint #01-63/64
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