eateries

Yummy Cafes & Eateries For Your Next Date



a bowl of rice with different types of food on a plate


Our eclectic list has everything from Chinese cuisines to non-alcoholic wine. | PHOTO: Instagram/@happi.belly, @tonguetipbeefnoodles, @copperchimneysg

Couples, rejoice! Dining in is finally allowed for pairs. You can say goodbye to stay-in dates or tapau sessions on random park benches.

Here’s a delish list to make your paktor planning a little easier:

665 Degrees Fahrenheit

If you’re looking for a romantic dinner with a gorgeous view, this premium steakhouse is quite the comeback locale to take your boo.

Specialising in prime cuts and sustainable seafood, the menu offers a wide array of chargrilled oven options and a unique selection of non-alchoholic

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Brand New Eateries to Check Out in Los Angeles

This is a periodic compilation of notable restaurant openings throughout Los Angeles. Take note of these under-the-radar places from the Valley to the South Bay, from the Westside to the San Gabriel Valley. Let’s dive right in.



a bowl filled with different types of food on a table: Lao and Thai dishes at Owl Owl in Signal Hill.


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Lao and Thai dishes at Owl Owl in Signal Hill.

May 20, 2021

Boyle Heights— Come into Boyle Heights Bar for breakfast, lunch, and dinner in addition to 20 beers on tap and a full liquor lineup. Breakfast options include chilaquiles with eggs, omelets, and chicken and waffles, while lunch and dinner bring a shareable shrimp platter, a birria

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Some wonderful Alameda eateries have opened during pandemic

A few weeks ago, I was helping an older resident schedule her vaccine. She hadn’t been out of her house since March 2020, except when she felt safe enough to go to a drive-through for dinner.

Chef and owner Mike Yakura checks on a tray of chicken while preparing a plate of food as pork ribs cook in a rotisserie oven behind him previously at Alameda’s Spinning Bones restaurant. (Jose Carlos Fajardo/staff archives) 

I told her about one of my favorite new restaurants, the Asian-owned Spinning Bones on Park Street near San Jose Avenue, with their delicious roasted meats,

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5 eateries in S’pore with sustainable food from S$5, including meat-free steak, locally-farmed fish & more



a plate of food on a table


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Singapore is known to many as a foodie’s paradise, with our delectable array of cuisine from the various local cultures.

But did you know that due to little farming land, Singapore imports over 90 per cent of its food?

So in a way, your stomach has travelled to more countries than you have in the past year.

**ba dum tss**

High environmental impact because of food

On a more serious note, while you indulge in a phenomenal meal that was out of this world (read: country), it has implications for our environment.

And that’s because transporting

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