Relax over a cone or cuppa while taking in sweeping garden views. The namesake of Chef and Churner-in-Chief Michael Wilson’s beloved golden retriever, Mylo’s celebrates gathering with family, friends (and pups) over handcrafted gelato, homemade bakes, classic sandwiches and cheeky tipples. More than 20 seasonal gelati churned onsite and served in housemade cones, drowned in affogato or stuffed into toasted brioche are the order of the day. Furry friends devour homemade dog biscuits and pup-friendly popsicles as they beat the heat on Mylo's outdoor terrace.
Located at Garden’s by the Bay Active Garden, Mylo’s offers a tranquil green escape along the Waterfront Promenade. Sitting on a popular running and cycling route, the café has already proven a go-to pitstop to relax, rest and recharge. Floor to ceiling windows flood the glasshouse café with natural light enhancing warm wooden and rattan interiors. A striking turquoise gelato bar and a hot pink neon Mylo’s sign deliver flashes of exuberant colour, reflecting a playful space for fun, food and laughter. Sit indoors or bring your pups and dine alfresco on the outdoor terrace overlooking the garden’s lush greenery. Take your sandwich or cone to go and enjoy the scenic views of Marina Bay a short walk away.
A gleaming stainless steel gelato Pozzetti display takes centre stage at Mylo’s. The most traditional way of storing and preserving gelato, steel buckets with covered lids ensure the creamy consistency and integrity of the gelato is maintained with the contents kept perfectly tempered and protected from light and air within a sealed cold well. A nod to the craft of gelato making, iced delights are piled high into crisp handcrafted cones or vibrant cups using traditional gelato spades.
Lovingly made and churned onsite, their gelato tastes of nothing but the best quality ingredients, fresh fruits, nuts and purees. Mylo’s gelato sings of the pristine, natural flavours of its produce, sans additives and preservatives. Their proprietary gelato recipe begins with a base of French cream and high-quality milk that produces a deliciously clean, fresh tasting foundation for the ingredients to come.
Flavours change with the seasons but on any given day, select from over 20 varieties ranging from milk- based and alcohol laced gelati to light, bright fruit sorbets. “Coconut and Pandan” gelato showcase the flesh and water from fresh Thai coconuts, Amalfi bergamots feature prominently in our “Lemon” Sorbet and 66% Valrhona Chocolate form the rich, deep and dark notes of our classic “Chocolate” gelato.
Fancy your tipple frozen? Mylo’s serves up 5% alcoholic gelati. Dive into the “Margarita”- a melange of lime juice, tequila, sugar and salt or opt for the “Jasmine Oolong and Passionfruit” gelato brightened with a dash of sparkling prosecco.
Named after Chef and Churner-in-Chief Michael Wilson’s, Golden Retriever, Mylo’s was conceptualised as a dog-friendly space where he could bring his own pup to work. Furry friends are treated to pawfully good pup-friendly snacks that include everything from home baked Pumpkin & Oat and Peanut Butter & Honey dog biscuits to Chicken & Beef Bone Broth and Yoghurt & Mango popsicles. Your first dog biscuit’s on them and water dishes are available for furry friends while they relax on their alfresco terrace.
Residents of Villa Verde can look forward a new green space in 2022! Located at an unused space beneath the Kranji Expressway, the addition of the Villa Verde Park Extension will more than double the size of Villa Verde Park.
The park extension was designed after incorporating suggestions from the community raised during Friends of the Parks public consultations. Through this, NParks hope to co-create parks with meaningful facilities that cater to the community’s needs and lifestyle and provide them with more recreational opportunities. These efforts aim to further integrate nature into urban areas and enhance recreational and ecological connectivity as we transform into a City in Nature.
The exterior of Sharky's at Duxton depicts an American hot dog bar coupled with beer options which complements the tasty hot dog offerings. However, a whole new world awaits you in the back as their colonial portrait-adorned walls with plushy comfortable seats welcome you to chill and relax. Drop by the newly-opened place at 17 Duxton Road.
At 82 Own, you can dig into hearty Korean snacks & desserts such as corndog, bingsu and more set in a minimalist pleasing environment. And in case you’re wondering, the name of the cafe at The Cathay on Handy Road actually represents the country code for South Korea.
The word from the bird is that this new 'rock around the clock' diner is where to be for burgers, hot dogs, sandwiches, milkshakes, floats, sundaes, and ice cream, and finger-snapping fun for the whole family.
Step in and be transported to Singapore’s heydays with retro touches that extend from the furnishing and interior décor to the menu. Enjoy all these in a classic diner setting from the ‘50s complete with accent wall tiles, silestone table and counter tops, and ceramic mosaic flooring, where vintage posters and neon lights will have you reliving the best of the era.
Find this blast from the past nestled between other vibrant dining options at Arcade @ The Capitol Kempinski, located right where the legendary Capitol Theatre and Capitol Building are located.
What are you waiting for, guys and dolls? Capitol Milk Bar beckons!
They treasure special memories here at Capitol Milk Bar, that’s why they have dedicated many of their burgers to some key people from the history of the Capitol Theatre.
Like silent screen legend Charlie Chapman and his brother Sydney who visited with Capitol Theatre’s Joe and Julius S. Fisher in 1932. Then there’s Douglas Fairbanks, one of the first movie stars to visit Singapore. During his 1935 visit he came to The Capitol to watch the film David Copperfield (1935) with Lady Sylvia Ashley.
Even Hollywood’s most irresistible woman Ava Gardner made an appearance here in 1954. She was in town to promote her new film, The Barefoot Contessa and attended a private dinner right here at the Capitol hosted by the Shaw Brothers who had taken over a damaged and neglected theatre after WW11. They repaired and restored her to former glory, also adding the now iconic neon sign. And let’s not forget that fun little fellow who entertained young Singaporeans with weekly matinee cartoons every Saturday from 1933 – Walt Disney’s Mickey Mouse.
Many have fond memories of the popular Magnolia Snack Bar. Opening first as the ‘Creameries Milk Bar’ in the Capitol Building in the 1940s, they served ice creams, milkshakes and cakes. It was a hit with Singaporeans both young and old for social gatherings and post-movie bites. Magnolia Snack Bar closed in the late 1980’s but we have brought back the sweetness…
Strike Me Pink was a 1936 American musical comedy starring Ethel Merman – the undisputed First Lady of the musical comedy stage. We named our take on the local classic chendol dessert “Singapore Dash” a reference to Douglas Fairbanks and his “high-speed visits” to Singapore. And, The Jungle Book as a dedication to author Rudyard Kipling who made many trips to Singapore. Imagine being in the theatre in 1942 to watch the classic on the big screen after they turned it into Technicolor action-adventure film!
Pet Foodies is an online marketplace for your pet's needs, including a selection of pet foods and accessories, grooming services and pet hotels. And now, they've even started a Pet Foodies Express, which is a 24/7 shop unit with vending machines stocked up with various pet food, treats and merchandise.
Dog owners in Tiong Bahru and beyond now have a space for their furry pets to roam freely and safely! Singapore Land Authority (SLA) has transformed the state land at Tiong Poh Road into a dog park named Tiong Bahru Dog Run.
Member of Parliament, Ms Indranee Rajah stumbled upon the piece of state land previously and thought it would make a wonderful dog park. She then approached SLA for assistance and they agreed to allow the use of the land for a dog run. SLA also put in lights, for additional safety and security. MP Rajah officiated the opening of Tiong Bahru Dog Run last month.
The newly-opened Canjob Taproom on Tiong Bahru road offers draft cocktails, craft beers and spirits on tap.
Setting itself apart from the many night joints in Singapore; they carry a range of draft cocktails which can be "canned" for their patrons to bring home. They've got a machine that seals aluminum cans filled with their customers' choice of booze.
Hafudog's first shop opens its doors in the hustling and bustling streets of Robinson Road serving up artisanal hot dogs, the fusion way.
Some passionate people and chefs got together to innovate a simple, consistent, fast and delicious classic staple. And Hafudog was born.
"Hafu" refers to a person or object of mixed origin. At Hafudog, they mixed their influences across North America to their roots here in Asia. Taking culinary and hospitality combinations that work, they’ve refreshed the classic staple, the all-American hot dog.
Their philosophy is backed by strong culinary skills: hot dogs are simply a sausage in a bun, but they don’t take this lightly. At Hafudog, these main ingredients are made fresh by local artisans and they ensure that it meets a standard of excellence. This means quality ingredients with no preservatives, no shortcuts and 100% pure enjoyment.
South-east Asia’s first POMPOMPURIN Cafe will soon open in Singapore at Orchard Central.
For the uninitated, POMPOMPURIN is a yellow golden retriever dog character introduced by Sanrio in 1996. Always seen with a brown beret, the cute pup loves drinking milk and eating soft food and pudding that his mother makes. While seemingly not as famous as its counterpart like Hello Kitty, his fluffy-looking, huggable appearance has earned him legions of fans and the title of first place winner in the Sanrio Character ranking in 2015.
Covering a space of 1,900 sq ft, fans of the popular character can expect an all-things-POMPOMPURIN experience at the cafe. This means customers will not only be greeted with canine-themed decor (from the wallpaper right down to the cutlery and table mats), but also a full menu of cute-looking food and drinks in the shape of POMPOMPURIN.
Every POMPOMPURIN Cafe in the world takes on a different theme that suits the local culture, which is why the one in Singapore will be sporting a “garden city” theme, inspired by little red dot’s lush greenery. Conceptualised by Sanrio Japan, the cafe can seat a total of 78 people. Cafe patrons can also request to sit at one of the four four-seater booths, called “Tomodachi House” (translated as Friends House), which feature one of Purin’s friends – Bagel the Squirrel, Coconut the Monkey, Mint the Frog and Macaroon the Golden Retriever.
As for the POMPOMPURIN die hard fan, a wide variety of merchandise ranging from handbags, water tumblers to plush toys will also be available for purchase.
Puppy Colours is a dog training school in Singapore that teaches dog owners to teach their dogs using methods based on behavioral science using positive signals and positive reinforcement – without any force. This training concept has numerous applications and is popular among athletic coaches, educators working with special needs children, pilot instruction schools, dolphin & whale trainers and, yes, dog trainers.
Their training focuses on real-life & social skills and problem prevention along with basic training skills. They guide dogs to make good decisions on their own and become a happy and well-mannered member of the family.
You both will learn how to communicate so you can understand each other; developing wonderful relationship based on cooperation and trust.