Just look at that pork crackling. So juicy, so fatty, so crispy, so much 😍 And dat sourdough. 'Cause it's quite dense, this sandwich is extremely filling! I dream about that pork.

Tarte by Cheryl Koh is a new patisserie by the Les Amis group, located next to Caveau at Shaw Centre. Specialising in artisanal tarts and carolines (mini eclairs) for takeaway, they have plans to offer more items and desserts in the pipeline. Tarte uses quality ingredients such as Italian hazelnuts and pistachios, and offers its signature tarts in two sizes: small ($8 - $9) and regular ($30 - $34). Go for the Pistachio Tart ($9) with toasted pistachios and pistachio filling, or the Mango Tart with Indian Alphonso Mango ($8)!

You need a password to get into The Library, no kidding. But fret not, you can easily get it from The Study's Facebook page; they post it every Monday. The front of this speakeasy inspired bar is modeled after - you guessed it - a library. But step through a compartment of the bookshelf and you'll be greeted by a classy, dimly lit interior. Don't expect classic cocktails here. Instead, they do quirky, interesting cocktails like the Shrub-a-dub-dub, and Top Secret served in one-of-a-kind vessels, as the bartender prefers adding his own twist to create unique cocktails.

Following the success of their Caribbean restaurant Lime House, the folks behind this popular food institution decided to set up Singapore's first Caribbean deli, serving dressed-down versions of the restaurant's popular menu items. Situated in Telok Ayer, Lime Deli offers easy grab-and-go items for takeaways. Meals are affordable, and they also have breakfast, tea time, and early dinner promotions so you don't have to break the bank for delicious Caribbean food. Do make it a point to try their jerk beef burger or jerk chicken!

The clever lads of Stranger's Reunion have made their best-selling buttermilk waffles the main act at Waffle Slayer just next door. Serving up flavour combinations of all kinds, get adventurous with the squid ink or matcha waffles. If you'd rather stick to the plain buttermilk, go for the chicken shnitzel with kaffir lime mayo. While they are pretty pricey, the combinations are worth a try! Photo by Charlene Tan