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Butter Bean Singapore – BBrulee Kopi Latte, anyone?

Curry On Sunshine. Braise Me Up. Say Cheese. BFF. You’re probably wondering what they are though some of the words may have already given away clues. They are actually names of dishes on the menu of Butter Bean Singapore – curry chicken rice, braised chicken rice, cheese toast and fish fillet sandwich. Welcome to #TheBBrightSide! […]

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Champion Bolo Bun – World’s First Bolo Bun Concept Store

My hubby seemed to be very into bolo buns these days since our dinner date at Fat Po, where we tried a fusion dish of Masala Breaded Fish Bolo Burger. He kept saying the bolo bun was the best thing on the entire plate, lol. When I heard that Champion Bolo Bun, which is also […]

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Huggs Coffee – where you can have Americano & Kopi O

Back at Changi City Point as Hubby wanted to look for new exercise shorts. After a long furious search through almost every sports shop in the mall, Mr Fussy Pants still came out empty-handed, lol. Hence we decided to adjourn for a coffee break before Round 2.😫 Normally, we would end up at the usual […]

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ChinaHouse Penang – Longest Cafe with a Riveting Selection of Cakes

Our last food stop on Day One. Ending the night on a sweet note. We visited ChinaHouse which claimed to be the longest cafe in Penang. ChinaHouse is a traditional compound that spans three heritage buildings, linked by an open-air courtyard. Its various spaces offer multifaceted experiences comprising shops, cafes, restaurants, an art gallery, a […]

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Kohi Roastery & Coffee Bar – Unique Blends Through A Hole In The Wall

After an excellent afternoon tea break at Dochi Dochi, we continued walking down Joo Chiat Road in search of Kohi Roastery & Coffee Bar. Didn’t exactly check on Google Map beforehand which road intersection to look out for as I thought it would be easy to spot as it was ‘on the same road’. In […]

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Creamier Handcrafted Ice Cream and Coffee in Punggol

When it comes to waffles, I show steadfast loyalty for my favourite brand. In my previous post ‘Creamier @ Toa Payoh‘, I had highly raved about their waffles which I thought was the best I had in Singapore. Till today, I still think they are amazing.πŸ˜„ There’s just something very comforting about Creamier waffles that […]

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Chizu & Honzu – Not Your Average Croissant!

Came across Chizu & Honzu as we were walking around AEON Mall Tebrau City in Johor Bahru. It was that fresh-out-of-the-oven aroma that first caught my attention and I just couldn’t resist that tempting scent. Chizu & Honzu are actually two sister brands/companies. Chizu (on the right hand side) specialises in cheese teas/drinks whereas Honzu […]

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The Bravery Cafe @ Jalan Besar

Discovered The Bravery Cafe some years back and it’s now one of my secret hideouts in Singapore whenever I needed my ‘me’ time. There’s something really charming about this cafe. Perhaps its the rustic interior and laid-back atmosphere that makes me feel somewhat calm and free. The peaceful environment here makes this an ideal place […]

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Belle Ville Pancake Cafe @ Bugis Junction

I remembered the days when my mates and I were in the States, we would head to those diners that offer gigantic American breakfasts with huge servings of pancakes on the side. Almost impossible to finish all the food on our own but always so satisfying and enjoyable to fully indulge in a meal fit […]

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Asanoya Bakery Singapore

Asanoya Bakery on Queen Street is now one of my weekend offices. That’s the advantage of working on-the-go with just a laptop so I can virtually make anywhere my workspace so long it’s conducive enough. ?Β And this spacious bakery cafe exactly fits the bill. Asanoya Boulangerie is a Japanese bakery that specialises in Japanese & […]

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The Malayan Council – A Place to Talk, Makan & Chill

Took a brief hiatus as my health hasn’t been very well lately. Still seeing specialist to sort myself out but thought I would roll out a post just to let you all know that I’m still alive and kicking, lol. Right, so let’s get down to a food review today. I visited The Malayan Council […]

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Henri Charpentier @ Tanjong Pagar Centre

Back at one of my favourite dessert places. ? Japanese patisserie chain Henri Charpentier used to be located at Dempsey and it boasted a pretty and atas outfit that really made us feel like tai-tais when dining in. Now that the Dempsey restaurant is closed, we can still head to their two outlets at Tanjong […]

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Citrus By The Pool – Updated menu offers more delightful choices

Thank you to the kind folks at Citrus By The Pool for having me again. Great atmosphere, awesome food as always. Truly a gem in the hood. ?? Yep, peeps, I was back at Citrus By The Pool some time ago to try out the new dishes they had launched. And here’s my long-awaited review, […]

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After You Dessert Cafe @ Siam Square One

There’s always room for dessert at After You Dessert Cafe in Bangkok. ? After an enjoyable meal of som tam and fried chicken at Som Tam Nua, we popped over to After You Dessert Cafe that was just a stone’s throw away. I never fail to eat my favourite Thai street foods like moo ping, […]

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White Story EmQuartier – For Delicious Butter Toast

After a good lunch and shop atΒ Terminal 21, we made our way back to the BTS station to catch the train to ourΒ next stop – Phrom Phong, where The EmQuartier is situated. The EmQuartier is a relatively new high-end, upmarket mall in theΒ Sukhumvit district of Bangkok. It is located opposite the Emporium, which is another […]

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Caffe Bene Malaysia @ Johor Bahru City Square – Refreshing Bingsu, Delicious Thick Toast

After a satisfying dinner at Din Tai Fung, Hubby suggested that we stopped by Caffe Bene for a bingsu (Korean shaved ice dessert) because it deserved a ‘second chance’, lol. Well, he said that because ever since we had a bingsu at Cafe Insadong (it had ceased operation on 31st December 2016), we totally shunned […]

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