Tired of your same old weekend routine? Spice it up with these hot new ways to shop and dine.
Most of us are creatures of habit, but it doesn’t hurt to change up our habits by exploring new haunts every now and again. We check out JCube’s newest food and fashion haunts that will tickle your fancy.
In our opinion, gadget shopping is so underrated. These days our tech accessories are so much more than just utilitarian devices, they are our personal assistants, entertainment hubs, journals, photo albums, and so much more. Indulge your geeky side at Wonder Planet, which distributes OPPO phones and stocks a variety of funky cases for your techie BFF.
How’s this for a creative date idea? While away an enjoyable afternoon with your boyf creating one-of-a-kind terrariums and handmade cards. Dress them up with your favourite cartoon character or a special memory, and you’ll have a precious keepsake you can take home to treasure always.
Sweet Sister Home
Looking for something to jazz up your living space? There’re more options out there other than IKEA. You won’t find run-of-the-mill knick knacks and useless bric-a-brac in this store, but funky design pieces that’ll show off your individual taste at home.
Discover all of these exciting finds at J.Avenue on Level 2 of JCube. With over 90 ever-changing stores and brands, there’s always something new to catch your eye!
We’re all about body positivity here, and so is this inclusive boutique, which makes cute, chic clothing for curvy and plus-sized women. Whether it’s elegant workwear or comfy off-duty outfits, it’s a haven for all body types. Bonus: the store also stocks coveted cult makeup products from Jane Iredale. Fusing skincare and cosmetics, this mineral makeup line is all about beauty that’s also good for the complexion.
One thing that’s perpetually on our #crave list – Indian food. If you’re looking for a convenient way to enjoy an authentic plate of Indian cuisine, then step into Spice 101. Specialising in mouth-watering tandoori dishes, the menu also includes a variety of favourites from North and South India, including prata, naan and biryani rice. Service is also fast and speedy, making it an ideal stop for hungry bellies!
If you’re always lamenting the lack of halal food options – good news! Singapore’s first halal Japanese restaurant and marketplace has opened its doors. Enjoy delectable ramen, gyoza and other traditional delights made with halal-certified ingredients. The marketplace also offers a range of Japanese goodies like miso base, ramen and ice cream so you can continue the feasting at home.
The Cake Shop
Looking for a show-stopping dessert to mark that special occasion? A celebration cake can be the jaw-dropping centerpiece or finale to an incredible event. Whether you want rainbow buttercream rosettes or fondant masterpieces in the shape of your favourite ‘toon character, The Cake Shop’s custom-made works of art will surely make that day, one to remember.
The Good Trio Named for the ultimate threesome in life – food, friends and great conversation – The Good Trio serves up a classic dim sum menu that doesn’t mess with tradition, but does it so well that you’ll find yourself coming back for more. Whether you crave a custard egg yolk lava bun for high tea with your mum or fancy some slurpy xiao long bao for an easy night out with your friends, you’ll always walk away with a belly full of comfort and a soul full of happiness.