Stuff Weekend: Eat guilt-free at Shirokiya Chijmes and indulge in single malts at Whisky Live 2014

Weekends are for eating and drinking at these Stuff-approved spots
Stuff Weekend: Eat guilt-free at Shirokiya Chijmes and indulge in single malts a

Even if it rains, there’s really no excuse for staying in with these activities at your disposal.

Eat: Shirokiya Chijmes

Stuff Weekend: Eat guilt-free at Shirokiya Chijmes and indulge in single malts a

Feast guilt-free at Shirokiya. The Japanese joint prides itself on healthy eating that could even lead to better skin. Loaded with vitamins, the homemade Cold Tofu Sprinkled in Salted Rice Malt Dressing (S$8.80) is a must-try along with the Kurobuta Shabu-Shabu Served in Collagen Soup (S$38.80). The latter features silky strips of Kurobuta pork in rich chicken stock. Perfect for rainy day eating. And any day eating, to be honest.

Attend: Whisky Live 2014

Stuff Weekend: Eat guilt-free at Shirokiya Chijmes and indulge in single malts a

The Singapore edition of the international celebration of whisky takes place on 25 October at Raffles Hotel. If you love your whisky, you won’t want to miss out on this event featuring 40 of the world’s most wanted bottles. Also features food, cheese and even cigar pairing for the aficionados. Purchase your tickets to single malt paradise here.

Watch: Kingsman: The Secret Service

Based on the comic book The Secret Service by Dave Gibbons and Mark Millar, the spy film explores the world of espionage through the relationship between a veteran secret agent and his young protege and his subsequent initiation into the secret spy world. Look out for performances by Colin Firth, Samuel L. Jackson, and Mark Strong.

Listen: 24 Karat Gold: Songs from the Vault by Stevie Nicks

Formerly the vocalist of Fleetwood Mac, the singer-songwriter has since charted her own path and built up quite a store of her own solo efforts. From never before released demos to unheard of tracks, if you’re a true blue Stevie Nicks fan, you’ll need this record in your collection. Start with twangy lead single The Dealer and meander through the rest.