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A Taste of Home
23 March

Doyenne.sg uncovers comforting, authentic, home cooked food from global cuisines in Singapore.

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Going Green with Food Delivery
19 March

Contributing to a zero-waste nation is not about grand gestures or big changes to your everyday lives. Foodpanda shows us how.

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Affordable French Eats At Ginett
31 January

Affordable French eats are hard to come by in Singapore. Ginett, a bistro-style restaurant and wine bar in the heart of the city, is the go to destination for foodies looking to unwind with delicious French cuisine at pocket-friendly prices.

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Going Mediterranean in Singapore
21 January

It is a well known fact that the Mediterranean diet is one of the most healthful ones in the world. For centuries, Greece, Spain and Italy have embraced fresh vegetables, fruits, fragrant olive oil and aromatic honey.

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Snacks in Singapore
25 December

Granolas, fish skin crisps and ice cream sticks are just some of the common snacks found in sunny Singapore.

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Healthful Eats in Hipster Singapore
27 October

Dempsey’s Open Farm Community, Tiann’s and The Butcher’s Wife in Tiong Bahru are tried and tasted spots for healthful eats in hipster Singapore.

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Romantic Night Out At Caffé B
5 September

Get ready for a culinary adventure. Located along Club Street, Caffé B offers contemporary, premium quality Italian cuisine with a Japanese touch in a friendly and relaxed setting. The social dining and bar concept marries the best of Italian culinary traditions with the artful finesses of Japanese culture for a romantic night out.

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Sensibilities Of Contemporary Chinese Cuisine
20 August

A slew of restaurants are here to elevate Singapore’s modern Chinese dining landscape.

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Craft Beers in Singapore
15 August

There is more to local beer than Tiger. Doyenne.sg speaks to local microbreweries about craft beers in Singapore.

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Orange Wines By Dellarosa Wine
4 July

Like red and white wines, orange wines have many variations. One can expect plenty of mouth-gripping tannins and honeyed aroma with every sip. It can be paired with roasts, cheeses, even fermented foods like Japanese miso, Korean kimchi and Indonesian tempeh.

Exclusively available in Singapore, orange wines can also be found in fine dining establishments like Odette, Pollen and Salt & Grill Sky Bar.

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