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Korean Yuja Cha 柚子茶 – Refreshing Citron Tea

$20.00 for a large jar Yuja Cha is a Korean traditional tea made from thinly sliced yuja (or citron fruit) peel and honey. Normally served hot (just like honey lemon) and perfect for cold and flu as it contains vitamin C which can help boost your immune system. It tastes good as well as a […]

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TWG Tea Salon & Boutique on the Bridge

I was invited to a launch party at the newly opened Avalon club here at MBS but was made to wait at the door as there was another private event going on – so much for having a VIP invite. Feeling annoyed, I suggested to the husband to go in MBS and have tea while […]

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Gong Cha 贡茶 @ Orchard Central

Melon Tea with White Pearl Jelly ($2.70)   Flavourful with all the melon goodness. It is not too sweet and perfectly quenches that thirst on a hot sunny afternoon. I guess after all it is still considered rather healthy given that it doesn’t contain milk and it’s a body cooling drink. I really enjoyed the […]

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Gong Cha 贡茶 @ Raffles City Shopping Centre

Gong Cha We were walking in the basement of Raffles City Shopping Centre to get to the Esplanade MRT Station via the new link where we happened to come across this Gong Cha outlet along the way. I had heard all the hype about Gong Cha being better than Koi earlier and since there wasn’t […]

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Raffles Place Bistro at The Sail @ Marina Bay

A day of exploring the Marina area brought us to The Sail where we spotted a lovely looking, no-frills bistro with open air seating area. It was such a breezy afternoon that we had to hide behind a pillar wall to prevent bad hair days while dining. And we love the concept of this bistro […]

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Muddy Murphy’s Traditional Irish Pub Part 2

While my first entry on Muddy’s was about its lunch/dinner menu, for now I would like to highlight its equally good bar food menu. A great place to hang out after work. I invited two of my colleagues to join me this time round. Mango/Lime/Strawberry daiquiri ($16.00 per glass) You can order a normal daiquiri […]

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His Grace Cafe – Hidden Gem at Clifford Centre

  Nestled in a corner of the second level of Clifford Centre, this coffee shop is indeed a hidden gem in the CBD district. Unlike giant coffee chains like Starbucks or Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, this is an even simplified  yet relaxing and casual no frills shop to get some good solid coffee. Order […]

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Liang Liang Sugar Cane Juice

Sugar Cane Juice. What’s great about sugar cane juice as it probably tastes the same everywhere you go. This is a stall that specialises in cane juice. But I have never ordered it. Ice Lemon Tea ($1.20) What I really want to recommend from this stall is this home-made ice lemon tea. Only one word […]

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KOI Cafe – The Best Bubble Tea in Singapore?

KOI cafe at Ang Mo Kio Central Everyone loves KOI. Or rather, everyone I know who loves bubble tea loves KOI. Even the recent top PSLE student commented during an interview that his fave drink is KOI bubble tea which probably hinted the ‘effects’ of a long term consumption. KOI should seriously consider getting this […]

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The Ice Breaker – Ingenious Fresh Fruit Slushes

I remembered the last time I was seated near this stall in this market, I couldn’t move my eyes (and attention) away from this stall. The colourful signage and the variety of blends on the menu kept me thinking what could taste good and what should I order the next time. Strawberry and Soursop ($2) […]

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