Tag: singapore

Chicken Satay Recipe

Pip and Nut Satay
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=2&v=N9Q9C6bdSoE In the above video, I mentioned that I was sent a few products from Pip and Nut to try. Pip and Nut are a company specialising in all things nut related, encouraging customers to get creative in the kitchen - I was more than up for that challenge.   I...
Gardens by the Bay, Singapore
The Marina Bay Sands hotel is a key feature of the Singapore skyline. Just beneath the towering futuristic structure sits an equally impressive sight - Gardens by the Bay. This is quite a unique attraction on our travels as we never really do parks and gardens enough. The Gardens...
Clarke Quay, Singapore
Clarke Quay 3 River Valley Rd, Singapore Singapore’s shopping scene took us by surprise. This is on a par with Dubai, New York and London for the size of it’s stores ranging from top level boutiques such as your Dior,,Chanel and Armani to the high street chains both local to Singapore...
Parkroyal on Pickering Singapore
Parkroyal on Pickering Hotel 3, Upper Pickering St, Singapore Our Asian adventure had blessed us with some top notch accommodation across the cities of Dubai, Bangkok and Hong Kong so what would Singapore have in store for us? As we exited the Chinatown metro station into a wall of humidity after...
Singapore Flyer, Singapore
Singapore Flyer 30 Raffles Avenue, Singapore There are many places in Singapore that offer an immense panoramic of this beautiful city - and this is probably the best of the rest. The Singapore flyer, much like the London Eye, is the perfect way to get a bird's eye view of Singapore...
Aperol Sling
Singapore Sling is an amazing cocktail - I was even lucky enough to try the real thing at it's place of origin, Raffles Hotel, Singapore. Here I've adapted an Italian twist on the famous sling. Aperol has a fruity but more bitter taste to it which balances the cocktail...
snicker crunch sweetspot marina bay sands hotel
Marina Bay Sands Hotel is one of Singapore’s premier landmarks. The place resembles something landed from outer space with it’s futuristic architecture represented by way of a three tower structure, incredible up close and even better viewed from the nearby Gardens by the Bay. The hotel doubles as a shopping...

Momma Kongs

crab momma kongs
Walk around Boat Quay or any popular seafood stretch around Singapore and you’ll come across crab - lots of crab. Tanks and cages full of varying species of crustacean all destined for the pot, in many cases resulting in the popular dish of chilli crab. We looked long and...
Zam Zam Singapore Murtabak
Trawling through YouTube for inspiration on where to get great food in Singapore brought us to the popular channel belonging to Bangkok blogger Mark Wiens. Wiens had raved about a restaurant serving Indian murtabak - a filled bread, like a roti, fried until crisp - by the name of...
raffles hotel singapore sling
Singapore’s most notable contribution to the world of cocktails is of course the famous Singapore Sling. Created at the Raffles Hotel at the Long Bar in 1915 the drink has attracted many visitors to the site of its conception, including us. On a bright, rather sweaty day in Singapore...
Maxwell food centre Singapore Chinatown
Chicken Rice. The national dish of Singapore. Right here at Maxwell Food Centre you will find the best version of Hainanese Chicken Rice known to man at a stall called Tian Tian Chicken Rice. It’s so famous that its customers have included Anthony Bourdain and Gordon Ramsay. Both gave...
Newton Circus Ahmad Ibrahim Satay
Singapore’s Chinatown area is a haven for street food and hawker centres. The famous Maxwell Centre offers award-winning Hainanese chicken rice and just two streets away you will come across Smith Street, home to a whole host of street food stalls and communal seating along with a selection of...