Compared to its other froyo competitors, it seems to be the most value-for-money joint.
Serving icy concoctions of sweet, kids-approved flavours like Snickers, Koko Krunch and peanut butter.
This is where French and Japanese flavours charmingly collide.
Tucked away in Gurney Plaza, could this be the resting place for all the macarons on the island?
Unique buns, freshly baked breads, delectable cakes and ready-to-go sandwiches all under one roof.
Godiva is a treasure trove of truffles, dark chocolates, carré and more.
The capital of all things flamed, grilled and barbecued.
This relatively hip café has a cool Australian vibe to it, thanks to the owners’ trips to Melbourne.
After years of serving consistently satisfying food in Kuala Lumpur, Ben's finally lands on the island.
While it caters largely to retail and wholesale services, it also operates as a wine bar, restaurant and delicatessen.