FOOD AND DRINK

No Signboard Seafood buys brewery and experiments with flavours

Diners at No Signboard Seafood will soon be able to chug down a chilli beer with their chilli crab dish or have a can of white pepper beer with their pepper crab.

Tar pau uncle runs "mini-hawker centre"

Every morning, residents of Holland Close are greeted with a scrumptious spread of hawker food for their breakfast, ranging from steaming boxes of porridge to freshly made nasi lemak to kuehs.

Business at porridge eatery not affected by brawls, says manager

Fights may have erupted twice at the Heng Long Teochew Porridge shop in Upper Serangoon Road, but it has not been bad for business.

Chef Damian D'Silva back with more heritage food at new restaurant Folklore

A series of restaurant and stall closures over the years has not deterred Singaporean chef Damian D'Silva from making yet another comeback in the local dining scene.

LiHO boss Rodney Tang sold his flat to start first Gong Cha outlet

There was no escaping the spotlight for Mr Rodney Tang, 46, over the exit of well-loved bubble tea chain Gong Cha, which he had brought in 2009, from Singapore. Under him, Gong Cha earned $30...

Symmetry's chef-owner Abbyshayne Lim is big on mum's food

When chef-owner Abbyshayne Lim of casual French cafe-restaurant Symmetry was a child, the highlight of her day was when her mother came home to prepare dinner.

Armenian Street Char Kway Teow hawker offers to take on an apprentice for $10,000

If you have been a fan of Armenian Street Char Kway Teow, you can learn how to cook it from one of the sons of the original hawker, the late Mr Tan Chong Chia, who was affectionately known as Lao...

Geylang Serai Bazaar rental soars to record high of $17,000

With crowds thronging the fairgrounds nightly, it looks like business is booming for hawkers at the ongoing Geylang Serai Bazaar.

Student runs coffee outlet on NUS campus between lessons

Final-year business undergraduate Ang Swee Heng spends an average of 12 hours at a cafe at the National University of Singapore (NUS) almost every day.

SMU alumnus rebrands campus eatery

In June last year, food and beverage entrepreneur Edwin Lim was given the mammoth task of rebranding an eatery at Singapore Management University that had been struggling to pull in the crowds....