27 October 2020

4 Food Trends In Town #CathayFoodDiary

4 FOOD TRENDS IN TOWN
#CathayFoodDiary

Food is a source of comfort which is why it promotes togetherness,
gathering everyone at the table to share the things you enjoy.

This year has been a roller coaster ride, we can’t travel, but we’re surely glad that we can still enjoy
amazing food from across the globe at the heart of Orchard Road with our families and friends.

Don’t worry, it’s not too late if you think you’ve been missing out.
Here are 4 food trends that are worth trying:


1. Gourmet Burgers

Pictures of gourmet burgers have been flooding our Instagram & Facebook lately.
If they make your mouth water, then get ready to try the next big thing in Cineleisure.
We know we can trust Fatburger in handling their meat well, the Single (original) “Fat” Burger
and Buffalo’s Chicken are excellent choices to feast on.

Fatburger is halal-certified too.

Satisfy your craving at the soon-to-open (1 Nov 20),
Fatburger, L1.

2. Burnt Cheesecake

This trendy dish has taken over the internet in 2020. Home bakers have attempted to nail it
during the Circuit Breaker. The burnt cheesecake takes the regular cheesecake up a notch.

Yeap, by burnt we mean BURNT.

Originated from Basque Country, this cake has gotten it’s name for
it’s burnt-looking texture on the outside but yet creamy on the inside.
The perfect dish for all the sweet tooths out there!

Satisfy your craving at The Assembly Ground, L1.

3. Matcha Flavoured Bubble Tea

Our local favourite bubble tea brand is back at it again with another blockbuster flavour.
Introducing the latest series, Shizuoka Matcha Series.

The rich aroma from the leaves, combined with the smooth creaminess of real milk,
transforms into an indulgent spread that strikes the perfect balance of bittersweet and milky.
Mmm.. Perfect end to a stressful day.

Satisfy your craving at LiHO Tea, B1.

4. Impossible Meat

Finally, a trending plant-based “meat” for vegetarians to enjoy!

Made from proteins, flavors, fats, and binders coming from plants,
Impossible meat has grown in popularity across the island. It preaches sustainability which,
compared to the classic beef counterpart has a much smaller environmental footprint.

Enjoy a meal of Impossible Pasta Salad Bowl using Impossible
plant-based meatballs on a bed of fusilli with veggies.

Satisfy your craving at Starbucks, L1.

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