What celebs like Fann Wong and Zoe Tay eat in a day
You are what you eat
When you are in the business of looking good, you have to be in tip-top shape. And to look that good, it is no secret that celebrities have to eat well. But just like anyone of us, sometimes all a celeb wants to do is to throw their diet to the wind and indulge in whatever their heart desires. Here is a look at what your favourite celeb crowd loves to nosh on.
Julie indulged her sweet tooth with an egglet waffle ice cream from Lickety Ice Cream & Waffles. From the team that brought your Fika Swedish Café & Bistro and Konditori Artisan Bakery, Lickety Ice Cream & Waffles is a new halal-owned dessert place located at Bussorah Street.
Felicia stays in shape with healthy lunch options like this one. The pan fried salmon she ordered from the Style by Style Vibes Cafe is an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids that helps to keep skin looking supple and moisturised. No wonder she looks so good all the time!
“I always advocate eating anything in moderation but there are seasons when I don’t moderate so well healthy eating can begin the next meal (cos my mom says don’t waste food)”, Jamie posted alongside a picture of her mouthwatering instant noodles.
In a bid to do her part for the environment, the fresh-faced supermodel has been eating meatless. In this picture, she was seen noshing on a vegan burger which she says, “tastes just like the real thing except it’s healthier, good for the environment and animals AND it was delicious! Contains the same amount of protein as beef and double the amount of iron! I’m inspired to find more of such alternatives!”.
It seems like the top model is quite the foodie. She posted a snap of her delicious uni scallop truffle pasta from Da Luca Italian restaurant with this cheeky caption, “Good food, good life. This is made to perfection. I’ve already been thinking about it the minute I devour this. Staring him hard with every mouth that he tried to steal from me!”.
Here is more proof that celebs eat just like us. The actress showed her love for Mak’s Noodle beef brisket with noodles. In fact, it was so good, the pint-sized actress opted for a large serving instead a small one.
Ask any Singaporean living of travelling overseas about what they miss back home, chances are, they would say the food. Even when she is travelling in Taiwan, local artist Yvonne Lim had to order her go-to Teh c and other local delights like Kaya toast.