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Liang Sandwich Bar – Awesome Scallion Pancake Sandwiches!

Non-stop eating action in Johor Bahru continues! We had a mini vacation in JB just so we could have more time to mall-hop and food-hop.๐Ÿ˜† If you’ve not read my previous posts, check out my review on Amerin Hotel Johor Bahru as well as the following – AEON Tebrau City Food Court Chizu & Honzu […]

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Joo Chiat Kim Choo Traditional Dumplings

Time To Eat Bak Chang! Dragon Boat Festival (็ซฏๅˆ่Š‚) falls on 7 June this year. Like many fellow Singaporeans, the occasion doesn’t really hold a great deal of significance to me. Since I was a kid, I’ve always known Dragon Boat Festival as Dumpling Festival because it’s the time of the year to eat bak […]

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Tai Cheong Bakery Singapore – Egg, Coconut or Durian & Cheese?

If you haven’t tried the pastries from Tai Cheong Bakery Singapore, now is the time to do so as there is no queue even during peak hours. ? Having my Hong Kong egg tart tea break now really brings back some fond holiday memories. The classic egg tart is one of the must-eats when visiting […]

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Zhi Zhe Lai (็Ÿฅ่€…ๆฅ) @ Toa Payoh

We were seated right in front of ็Ÿฅ่€…ๆฅ (or Zhi Zhe Lai) as we were having breakfast at the Toa Payoh West Market & Food Centre. This stall is located a few units away from Teochew Handmade Pau so if you’re seated in the same section, you shouldn’t miss this. Saw many customers leaving with […]

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Hougang 6 Miles Famous Muah Chee – Black sesame wins hands down

A while back, I shared this Peanut Sesame Muah Chee Recipe which I said was inspired by the muah chee I had at Hougang 6 Miles Famous Muah Chee. This stall is located in the Toa Payoh HDB Hub’s Gourmet Paradise Food Court where the bus interchange is. And this was the muah chee I […]

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Maple Loft – Old School Biscuits, Snacks & More

I am seriously addicted to Qoo10. And I’m not alone. ‘Cos I think the husband has a more severe addiction. ? We have been spending a good amount of time everyday, just sniffing around the Qoo10 website for interesting things to buy. Funny thing is, we don’t normally miss what we don’t have but once […]

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Big C Supercenter Ratchadamri – What To Buy?

I’m the kind of traveller who likes to head straight to the nearest supermarket upon checking in at the hotel so as to stock up my room with essential supplies like drinking water. It is also kinda fun to explore the supermarket at the same time just to see if there’s any new and interesting […]

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BAKE Cheese Tart Bangkok – Either you love it or you don’t

I love cheese and in fact anything with cheese but I’m not so crazy about it that I will just join a long queue for it. When hubby and I stumbled upon BAKE Cheese Tart in Siam Center which is their latest outlet to open after the ones in EmQuartier, Central World and Central Ladprao, […]

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Tong Garden Nuts & Snacks

Thank you Tong Garden Singapore for this box of goodies which I had received before CNY but had only waited till now to enjoy because there were just too much snacks to eat at home. Variety is the Spice of Life. ? Well I’m sure most of you in Singapore are familiar with the Tong […]

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Truc Bach Lake, West Lake Hanoi and Bo Bia

Hubby and I were in the vicinity of Truc Bach Lake after having bun cha for lunch. We planned to explore the lake on foot and at the same time, check out the Tran Quoc Pagoda which is the oldest Buddhist Temple in Hanoi. From Chau Long Street, we started walking around the lake in […]

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Donuts in Hanoi – Street Food or Tourist Trap?

When you’re in Hanoi, you will likely see these mass-produced donuts being sold EVERYWHERE. Women sitting down by the roadside with baskets of donuts. Women on bicycles (like the one pictured above) with baskets of donuts. Women walking down the streets with baskets of donuts. Whenever they spot tourists, they would enthusiastically approach them to […]

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Miss Kefir – Fluffy & Scrumptious Bak Kwa Scones

The first time I came across the term ‘kefir’ was when the hubby’s colleague bought us some bak kwa scones from Miss Kefir. Initially I thought that was just a name, as in a shop name, but I realised later that kefir is actually a yogurt-like cultured drink that’s popular in Eastern and Northern Europe. […]

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Loong Fatt Tau Sar Piah @ Balestier Road – Possibly The Best Tau Sar Piah in Singapore

Whenever I come to the Balestier area, I seldom leave here without getting a box of my favourite tau sar piah or ่ฑ†ๆฒ™้ฅผ, a Chinese flaky pastry with green bean billing. I had tried the tau sar piah from several bakeries in the same neighbourhood. [Read my earlier blog post -> 603 Tau Sar Piah […]

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Poh Cheu Handmade Ang Ku Kueh @ Bukit Merah Lane 1

The first place that comes to my mind when I think of good ang ku kuehย (‘red tortoise cake’, a round or oval shaped Chinese-style pastry made of glutinous rice flour skin with a sweet filling) is actually not anywhere in Singapore but Season Bakery in Johor Bahru. My mum loves their ang ku kueh a […]

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Shi Fu Ge Salted Egg Fish Skin – Worth Splurging Your Calories On

I love anything salted egg and I can never resist crispy fish skins too. So whenever I spot salted egg fish skins for sale, it’s impossible that I will give it a miss. One of my all-time favourite brands is the Dangerously Addictive Irvins Salted Egg Fish Skins that I had highly raved about some […]

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Brickfields Pisang Goreng ๅไบ”็ข‘็‚ธ้ฆ™่•‰ – Kuala Lumpur

After spending the morning and early afternoon exploring Chinatown, we hopped back on the LRT and made our way to KL Sentral which is the main railway hub of KL as we wanted to catch another train to Mid Valley. Before that, we walked out to Brickfields a.k.a. Little India to look for this highly […]

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