Category: Window:

Michelin Star Restaurateur Alan Yau Brings a New Dining Experience to Singapore

Fine-din­ing is prob­a­bly the epit­o­me of eti­quette and deco­rum in the culi­nary world. There was a peri­od of time in his­to­ry where the slight­est devi­a­tion from prop­er eti­quette would mean social ostracism. Fine din­ing was a way for the upper ech­e­lons of soci­ety to dif­fer­en­ti­ate them­selves…

Lost But Found: Outdoor Cinemas In Singapore

Even with pre­mier suites rolled out in mod­ern day cin­e­ma oper­a­tors, going to the movies is an acces­si­ble lux­u­ry for us. In exchange for a good S$11 or so, plus a dol­lar for book­ing fee per­haps, we get to ful­fill our enter­tain­ment needs in plush chairs…

The Broers Cafe

View in HD [here]. The Broers Café is a charm­ing lit­tle place. Kiat from Broers Café is a charm­ing great dude. Han is the affa­ble qui­et chap. Here, Kiat shares his incred­i­ble pas­sion for the acidic bev­er­age, some of the chal­lenges in set­ting up his own…

CrazyWorld Cafe

View in HD [here]. Just as I am about to begin on my post, I have real­ized a sort of trend in our recent win­dow posts. They are most­ly young Sin­ga­pore­ans com­ing out from their day jobs to set up their own busi­ness­es…

Little Odd Forest

[View in HD here.] We’ve had the chance to talk to a lot of young Sin­ga­pore­ans who’ve cho­sen to walk the road less trav­elled late­ly, and Lyn­da Lye, own­er of Lit­tle Odd For­est is one of them. The inter­est­ing trend among these Sin­ga­pore­ans is how they…

Woods in the Books

[view in HD here] A wood­en, blue aero­plane hangs from the ceil­ing above the door, rock­ing gen­tly to the tune of a warm after­noon breeze. The plane spins lazi­ly, reveal­ing a line of words in neat­ly paint­ed script; “Woods in the Books”.