• Street Foods of Singapore

    Supplied image Do you know your nasi lemak from your nasi goreng? Singapore has its own food language, much like the informal lingo of the locals, called Singlish. The hybrid vocabulary reflects the broad range of the country’s immigrants, taking words from Malay, Tamil, Hokkien, Cantonese, Mandarin and other Chinese languages. Be prepared to hear words

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  • Toast & Jam at Weslodge

    When I think of “brunch”, I don’t want a mental day out. I’d rather go for something a bit chilled out, with good food and company, and fantastic music. Throw in some funky art and you’ve got all the right ingredients that make an awesome afternoon at Weslodge! Weslodge is a saloon-inspired restaurant located in the JW Marriott Marquis Hotel.

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