All posts tagged: Singapore

‘N A Perfect World for Fathom Away We Go! and Bonus New Video!

When I first chatted with a few of the editors I write for, pitching Singapore, I must admit, many were quite skeptical. Luckily, Fathom always thinks outside of the box and just gets it. So here it is, for Fathom’s Food Tales:
Layover in Singapore? There’s Always Time for One More Meal
and this quick video I made a small portion of my foodie moments in Singapore.

The Michelin Star Restaurant You Can Actually Afford — really, like, once a week!

Most people are familiar with world-renowned culinary “experience” Michelin-starred restaurants like Noma in Denmark or San Sebastián in Spain where you are prepared to spend a good portion of your paycheck and join a months long waiting list. But did you know that if you happen to be in Hong Kong or Singapore, a random late night Dim Sum craving could be Michelin star rated fare as well?

The Really Forbidden Fruit

I can’t think of a better way to get me amped to try something than to tell me not to and with the No Durian signs populating the mass transit and hotels in Singapore, I was pretty curious about the fruit. I was excited when Iris, my guide said we were going to the Geylang area, Singapore’s red light district (which is as harmless of a red light district as I’ve ever seen), to try Durian from a roadside vendor.