No plane tickets needed to feel like you're there.
Yes, we're all excited about Potato Head but there are other soon-to-open places with equal parts of cool.
Haircuts here range from $25 to $40, while wet shaves will set you back $35. You can also purchase grooming products like pomades, hair tonic and combs, from over 42 cult brands like The Bluebeard’s Revenge, JS Sloane and Bees Knees.
Dr Sketchy host Eugene Tan on making his own clothes, returning to Singapore and queer activism today
Host of risqué life drawing session Dr Sketchy, Eugene Tan is a magazine editor by day and theater performer and drag queen Becca d’Bus by night. Here, he tells Mrigaa Sethi about sewing his own clothes, returning to Singapore after nearly a decade in the US and what’s wrong with queer activism today.
This historic landmark has been converted into a beautiful restaurant serving gourmet iterations of local fare like rendang hanger steak.
The buzz: Former basement storeroom of modern British restaurant Oxwell & Co. transforms into a hush-hush experimental cocktail bar that takes cues from hobo symbology and a 1950s movement to rid of gangs and secret societies in Chinatown. The decor: Pared down with lots of bare walls, polished concrete floors and simple wooden furniture. The […]
The historically-inspired Ann Siang Road bar reopens under The Establishment Group
This microbrewery has brought the popular and light Eastern European style beer to our shores. Their house specialties include pilsners and the Bohemia Dark beers. You can even mix the two upon request. Expect Czech-style food as well with items like pork sausages, grilled duck and baby pork ribs.
Because nobody turns down good, warm, gooey, oozy, sinful (we could go on and on) dessert like lava cake, and these eight places make very irresistible renditions of the classic treat.
Be it pompadour, a straight shave or a manicure, you'll find it here.