Eatbook.sg is your best local online guide on Singapore food and is changing the way Singaporeans discover food through professionally shot videos and honest undercover food reviews. Eatbook has given a rating of 5.5 and lower for cafes and restaurants like DC Café and Malaysia Local Delights which are not worth visiting, and high rating of 9-10 for restaurants with excellent dishes such as Man Man Unagi.
Eatbook covers everything from reviews of cafes, restaurants and hawkers, to listicles of the latest food trends and food news. In other words, Eatbook will show you where to eat near you (food by area or themes) and update you on the latest food trends and is a great resource for finding a new café to impress your date or foreigner friends with.
I work near HDB Hub and this article (7 Toa Payoh Cafes to Visit after You Collect Your BTO Keys at HDB Hub) jumped right at me to look for new cafes in the Toa Payoh area so that I know where to head to for brunch or desserts! Toa Payoh is truly an underrated neighbourhood, with both delicious and pockey-friendly hawker stalls, as well as brunch and dessert cafes for days when you feel like splurging more.
I happened to be searching for a unique dining experience on Eatbook and came across this article (The Summerhouse: Singapore’s First Igloo Domes That Let You Dine Under The Stars) on The Summerhouse, a nature-inspired farm-to-table restaurant, known for their edible garden, floral studio, and spiffy cafe Wildseed. Located at Seletar Aerospace Park, it also boasts the first ever garden dining domes in Singapore that provide an out-of-the-world dining experience you will remember for a long time.
These transparent igloo-like domes certainly take al fresco dining up a notch, as it not only provides protection from the inclement weather, it also saves you from the sweltering heat thanks to air-conditioning.
However, be prepared to spend at least $60++ to $70++ per person at The Summerhouse, depending on the size of your group.
Other than local food guides, Eatbook also has a section on overseas food guide for popular cafes and food trends in Seoul, Malaysia and Bangkok that is worth checking out. Overall, Eatbook is a great resource for honest food reviews and recommendations on the local food scene and interestingly, all their writers can cook and are avid foodies too!
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