Singaporeans like to be given choices, and we’ve seen a growing number of places offering different cuisines like Western & Thai from the same kitchen, but I think this is the first time its combined with a DIY arts & crafts concept!
Eatplaylove is a new child-friendly crafts cafe at Aliwal Arts Centre (apt location!), occupying a rather large whimsically decorated space and at just about 1 month old.
Sometimes, there are so many new dazzling eateries in town that we forget to look a little harder for a place to rest our feet or grab a light meal. Tucked in a little obscure corner at Ngee Ann City is one such place, Toast by Marmalade Pantry.
When Kith was a hole-in-the-wall cafe at Rodyk street, it didn’t appeal to me well enough to try it. Besides, there were lots of options along Robertson Quay with better seating and menu choices.
Kith cafe, very wisely, sprouted a second relatively spacious outlet at Park Mall. With the lure of better accessibility, a more robust menu (complete with a ex Da Paolo chef) and a pretty alfresco deck, it didn’t take me long to convince friends to go with me for dinner.