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Burgs by Project Warung

February 22nd, 2018 | Posted by Editor in Food and Eating - (Comments Off on Burgs by Project Warung)

Now, who doesn’t like a good burger? Well, there are just some days when you are craving for that luscious quality burger and just another burger wouldn’t do. In fact, there are some days when you are just craving for that amazing gourmet burgers because another regular burger just won’t do. Sadly, getting a gourmet burger would mean you’d have to spend quite a bigger sum of money just to get that craving satisfied.

But not anymore! Burgs by Project Warung sells amazing gourmet burgers for the price of only $4.50. Imagine that? Quality food doesn’t always have to mean expensive. Honestly, the price is actually sometimes irrelevant. Although price is important because with a higher price, you can taste the more expensive and more exquisite products. But then again, sometimes spending too much just won’t do.

Unless you have a huge salary, you can’t expect yourself to be spending about $20 per meal. That just isn’t practical at all. For the younger generation, enjoying the luxury of food is something hard to experience unless maybe with your parents or if somebody else buys a meal for you. Just ask yourself, why should you spend more for food when you can spend just the right amount of money for amazing food?

Going back to Burgs by Project Warung, this place was started by three people who went to culinary school together. Although they were really close, they didn’t start Burgs by Project Warung right away, they still went their separate paths after college. They worked at different restaurants gathering amazing techniques and experiences from each of the. They were even able to work at a Michelin Star restaurant!

Now, they got back together and started to form Burgs by Project Warung which sells amazing quality burgers with fries at the price of $4.50. How do you know it’s good? Well, let’s just say that it is actual chilled Australian beef which they grind themselves! The quality of the ingredients they are using is without compromise although still within the budget. You’ll definitely feel like you got what you paid for when you by a burger from Burgs by Project Warung.

Getting a good meal doesn’t mean you have to break your back spending a huge amount of money just to get high quality food. Sometimes there are high quality food offer at more affordable costs. Why would you want to miss the opportunity to eat a good burger at the price of only $4.50? When people say getting good food in Singapore is expensive, they honestly don’t know where to eat. Good food doesn’t have to come with an expensive price.

5 Fattening Coffee Shop Habits

September 7th, 2015 | Posted by Editor in Food and Eating - (0 Comments)

We understand your love for coffee, but your frequent coffee runs might be keeping you from getting the fit and fab bod you want. We won’t stop you from visiting your favourite cafés though, but do try to avoid these coffee shop habits that might be contributing to your unwanted weight gain.


  1. Ordering Creamy Blends. Frappe and other creamy blends are some of the fattiest drinks that you’ll find in a café menu. The drink’s culprit ingredients include sugar syrup, full cream milk, chocolate syrup, and whipped cream – see how fattening is that? The good thing is, you don’t have to completely avoid your favourite mocha frappuccino. Simply order a light frappe that uses non-fat milk and less sugar. If you want, you can also ask the barista for a low-fat concoction alternative. You still get your favourite drink, but in its lighter and healthier version.
  1. Adding More Sugar. This is probably one of the most common coffee shop habits that most of us do. Fortunately, this can be easily corrected by lessening your sugar and training your palate to appreciate the different aromas and flavours of brewed coffee.


  1. Using Processed Creams. Sure, they taste delicious, but the flavoured creamers added in your drink are actually full of fat, preservatives, and sugar. For healthier alternatives, opt for low-fat, almond, rice, or soy milk instead. If you want to a kick of more flavour, ask the barista for a packet of cinnamon, mocha, or vanilla, and dash it over your drink.
  1. Going for Specialty Drinks. Next to the creamy blends, specialty drinks or limited-edition concoctions take the second spot for high-caloric cafe beverages. So before you’re tempted to order a tall glass of brownie shake with whipped-cream, ask yourself this: “Do I really want to drink 500 calories in just one sitting?” Just thinking about it will surely convince you enjoying a slice of brownie with a cup of regular brewed coffee instead.
  1. Buying from the Pastry Section. They may look good and appetizing, but the sandwiches and pastries sold at cafés are actually more calorie-laden than the ones you prepare at home. Save yourself from the extra calories by preparing your own sandwiches, and just grabbing your daily cup of Joe from your favourite café. Not only will you avoid the extra calories, you’ll also save some dollars.

Now that you know the not-so-good cafe habits to avoid, you can now enjoy a great-tasting cup of coffee in a smarter and a much healthier way.


The café scene here in Singapore is continuously improving. There have been plenty of additions in the past year. With this, made a list of cafes that are worth visiting here in Singapore. So, if we want to discover new scenes or get in touch with the old and classic cafes, here are some places we can visit:


  • Boufe Boutique Café: If we want a classy and quality brunch, we have to head to Boufe Boutique Café. The Café is relatively new because it opened January of this year however, it proved its name because of its minimalist interior and its foods.
  • Sin Lee Foods: Sin Lee also offers sumptuous brunch with their chicken and waffles. They also offer Aburi Broccoli Salad which is their bestseller. There’s also coffee.
  • Dutch Colony Coffee Co.: If we are looking for more than good food, Dutch Colony Coffee Co. will also offer great hangout place. The café is encouraging the customers to spend more time with their charming ambiance. We can consider their butter croissant and Thai milk tea loaf.
  • Artistry: If we prefer al fresco dining, Artistry is the perfect place to be. For the most part, the café empowers artists because of their gallery section. The gallery is the best platform for artists to showcase their works. Then there’s good food too.


  • Whisk & Paddle: Whisk & Paddle offers tranquility because of its riverside view. We will enjoy the view and of course their sumptuous foods. Indeed, it provides respite.
  • Pacamara Boutique Coffee Roasters Singapore: The café boasts of the best coffee and Pacamara blends.
  • Sunday Folks: For light meal, Sunday Folks is heavenly. The café provides waffles and other soft serve products that can make a difference.
  • FATCAT Ice Cream Bar: The ice cream bar serves the best ice cream in the area. They serve exciting flavors like Hay and Honey and Butter Beer. We will be amazed of the plating.
  • Ronin: If we want an excellent toast and coffee, Ronin serves the best. Their unpretentious ambiance and food charmed the hearts of many people here.
  • Montana Brew Bar: The bar serves different variety of foods from parties to burgers and sandwiches. Their extensive waffle menu is famous.
  • Old Hen Coffee Bar: If we want to have a quick fix of breakfast meals, we can consider the bar. The bar offers coffee, desserts and other quick bites. Croque Monsieur is their bestseller.
  • AEIOU: If we want a different ambiance, we should head to AEIOU café. The café boasts of the basics which is seen in their food, décor and atmosphere in general.

There are many cafes out there for us to discover but in the meantime, we can begin from places mentioned above.


Different background in history proves that Singapore is truly blessed in their dishes. This is through the invasion of various colonizers like British, Chinese, Malay and Indian. Since then, different dishes are introduced to the tongues of many Singaporeans.


You can find several restaurants in Singapore who are as old as your grandfather yet serving delicious foods. One of the restaurants that is recommended by many food lovers is the Yet Con Chicken Rice and Restaurant. This is one of the oldest restaurant that serves the best cuisines. Here, rice is made in a Hainanese style and they call it Yet Con’s chicken rice.

Yet Con Chicken Rice Restaurant is absolutely an old restaurant because it was older than Singapore. It was founded 1940. In fact, the restaurant look like the same as it was first established.


Situated in the Far East Shopping Centre, Shashlik has never been change since its foundation in the 80’s. It is a Hainanese-owned restaurant which is known for its melt-in-your-mouth beef shashlik. Also, they are serving their trademark dish like cherries that are cooked in sugar and butter with vanilla ice cream as its topping.


Red Star

You can never say no to this restaurant situated in Chin Swee Road. Red Star’s journey started in 1970’s and was established by the popular (“four heavenly kings”) chefs during that time. Their signature dish is what they call yusheng. It is a colorful salad with raw fish plus vegetables.

DSC_8975 red star restaurant (Large)