Food on Fork presents 2019 edible series of 9 food items in Pantone Living Coral
The Pantone Color Institute has announced, PANTONE 16-1546 Living Coral as the colour of the year 2k19: “An animating and life-affirming coral hue with a golden undertone that energizes and enlivens with a softer edge.”
Vibrant, yet mellow, Living Coral embraces us with warmth and nourishment to provide comfort and buoyancy in our continually shifting environment. Feeling inspired and hungry, we have searched high and low across Singapore for food in Living Coral colour to bring you yet another eye-catching edible series inspired by Pantone Colour of the Year.
Here’re the places to go hunt down those Living Coral coloured food:
1. Da Paolo Gastronomia
Da Paolo is best known for serving honest and uncomplicated Italian fare, as well as its thin crust pizzas. If you are looking for a quick and convenient meal but crave the Da Paolo experience, head on over to Gastronomia. An eat-in and take-out one-stop concept with freshly made food and imported boutique produce for a complete gourmet experience.
2. KELE Roll Cake
Kele, a humble local confectionary serving selections of handcrafted traditional festive goodies has a new store in VivoCity offering mouth-watering artisanal roll cakes inspired by the Japanese
3. Marks & Spencer
From easy to prepare antipasti and sticky chicken platters to luxurious prawn dishes and fresh lobster, Marks and Spencer Foodhall has it all. Their Beetroot Apple & Pink Cabbage caught our eyes for its colour but if you live for a zesty and crunchy salad, this would be one of the go-to.
McDonald’s Peach Pie has received a truckload of mixed reviews from fast-food lovers. While the pie crust is undeniably a signature of McDonald’s, the peach flavouring and filling might be a tad too sweet for the regular man on the street. However, the peach pie is definitely a head-turner and if you love sweet treats, then go for it!
5. Pullman Bakery
Pullman Bakery is a Japanese bakery with its origins from Hokkaido, founded by Mr. Kazuomi TACHIHARA. The bakery uses nothing but the freshest ingredients, which are locally grown and produced in Hokkaido. You might also find seasonal items such as this Pomegranate Dessert Cup, a refreshing snack to enjoy on a sunny day.
Pullman Bakery Website
6. Rainbow Lapis
An interesting twist on the traditional
7. Market Place by Jasons
A premium supermarket filled with exquisite ingredients for the adventurous connoisseur, Market Place has a fantastic and inspiring range of international ingredients. Up your passion for premier culinary delights as you discover our range of premium grade meat cuts, delicatessen, air-flown groceries, specially imported oils and vinegars as well as our charming collection of international wines.
Sutachi is a Japanese Italian concept by Simpatico.sg specialising in grains and noodles. Hidden away in the massive Chinatown Complex Food Centre, if you are craving for affordable Japanese-Italian fare, you know where to go.
9. The Jelly Hearts
Specialising in Jelly Cheesecakes, The Jelly Hearts offers eight delicious flavours, which include the classic original cheese, alluring chocolate, heavenly blueberry, lovable strawberry, tangy mango, tempting cookie, vivid mosaic and luscious lychee (as featured).
Craving for more? You can also read more about our 2018 edible series by clicking here.