The restaurant’s new lunch menu features a bevy of Modern Asian small plates and mains that are distinctly elevated — and yet are every bit as delicious (and comforting) as their homemade forebears.
Brass Lion Distillery even symbolises the circle of life. In this third instalment of The Makers series, we meet Jamie Koh, Lioness of Singapore’s first standalone micro-distillery who’s bent on world (gin) domination.
Singapore’s theatre and performing arts scene has suffered a huge blow due to the pandemic. While it may take some time for the sector to return to its former vibrancy, the community is doing all it can to stay afloat and to continue making art.
Aside from supporting beleaguered restaurants and bars across the island, proceeds from the initiative will also go towards a new charity programme to help children from low-income households.
The bespoke handbag designer is beating coronavirus blues with not one but two collections of handbags set to launch at the same time.
But you can bet that he loves it all the same. He tells us what to expect from the freshly reopened restaurant.
To Help Migrant Workers Get Essential Supplies 24/7, The Food Bank Singapore Set Up Subsidised Vending Machines In Their Dorms
The ‘Food Pantry 2.0’ concept allows foreign workers to get food and necessities around the clock, all without leaving their dorms.
We tried two of their signature treatments and said goodbye to our dreaded maskne.
There’s no better time than August to celebrate Singaporean cuisine and #eatlocal.
“We have become a society of consumers that outsource solutions to our problems — Let’s claim back what it means to be a citizen” – Anthea Indira Ong, social entrepreneur
She tells us about her community initiatives, and how she hopes Singaporeans will become more active citizens.
In April, she set up Mentor For Hope, a community mentoring programme that has since provided over 300 startups with help and valuable advice.
Project Stable Staples Started Just 4 Months Ago, But They’ve Helped Hundreds Of Families Get Through The Circuit Breaker Comfortably
The ground-up initiative — which was recently named a grantee of Temasek Trust’s $10 million oscar@sg fund — say that they want provide some extra help for Singapore’s vulnerable during the pandemic.
“It’s a very community-centred and vibrant living arrangement reminiscent of pre-skyscraper-Singapore,” says founder Fang Low.