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Food Factory Outlet Shopping at Woodlands Loop – J&C Bakery – Durian Puffs & Pancakes at Wallet-Friendly Prices!

As mentioned in my earlier post (Food Factory Outlet Shopping at Woodlands Terrace: Zac Meat & Poultry and Melvados), I had ventured into Blk 15 Woodlands Loop for the first time just to see what was there. This building houses the central kitchens for various caterers and food establishments and it doesn’t have a very […]

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Cafe hopping @ Everton Park : Batterworks – Best Lamb Stew Pot Pie

After having a hearty breakfast at Happy 3 Bites Cafe, my ‘PIC’ and I hopped over to Batterworks where we spent the longest time in out of the three cafes we visited at Everton Park. This cafe was such a sweet find. Clearly a hidden gem in this quiet neighbourhood. I loved its cosy ambience, […]

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Food Factory Outlet Shopping at Woodlands Terrace: Zac Meat & Poultry and Melvados

Since my last shopping trip at Woodlands Terrace (read my earlier blog post Food Factory Outlet Shopping at Woodlands Terrace: Fassler Gourmet and Zac Meat & Poultry) where I also bought some spices and rubs from Zac Meat & Poultry, I had intended to come back again for its meats as I recalled the prices of […]

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Excellent Butterfly Cupcakes from Tiong Bahru Galicier Pastry

Whenever I’m at Tiong Bahru, I’d never leave without buying some kueh kueh from my favourite old-school bakery, Galicier. If you’ve been following my blog, you’d probably know I’m one of Galicier’s big-time fans, lol. Their Chinese New Year cookies, nonya kuehs, cakes and pastries – I totally heart them all. Recently, I went again […]

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Proofer Bakery & Pizzeria @ Changi City Point

Changi City Point is one of the husband’s favourite malls in Singapore because it has factory outlets of most of his preferred sports brands like Nike and Adidas. These days he shops more than I do and it seems like hanging out in malls is once again a frequent affair for us which I don’t […]

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Plain Vanilla Bakery @ Holland Village

Nothing beats a pretty, delicate and tasty cupcake that easily makes grey skies blue. Plain Vanilla is one of my favourite bakeries in Singapore where I’d keep going back for its cuppies that never fail to deliver that warm and fuzzy feeling every time I sink my teeth into one. So when I was at Holland […]

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Serangoon Garden Bakery & Confectionery @ Serangoon Garden Market & Food Centre

I really miss those old school bakeries during my childhood days in the 80s that served up straightforward bread buns with simple, homely flavours like ham, otah, hae bee hiam, luncheon meat, etc for just under a dollar each. Unlike these days where all the bakeries seem to be tied up in some intense marketing […]

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Duke Bakery 面包公爵 @ United Square

I visited Duke Bakery for the first time last month when the husband and I dropped by the Novena area for lunch. As always, I have a soft spot for artisanal breads and even though I know I shouldn’t be consuming so much carbs while trying to lose weight, I just couldn’t resist them. There’s something so […]

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Palmier from Marks and Spencer

Marks and Spencer Bakery @ Wheelock Place

When I last blogged about the palmier I had from Galicier Confectionery (read the post here), I made a comment that the one from Marks and Spencer Bakery was much better so when I dropped by Wheelock Place earlier, I decided to grab some bakes to go. In the beginning when M&S had revamped its flagship […]

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Paris Baguette Cafe

Paris Baguette Cafe @ Wisma Atria

It was a lazy Sunday morning but I woke up early feeling bright and cheery. The husband and I had been ill and got no choice but to stay home over Christmas and do nothing. BORING was the word. When I felt myself in top form on the weekend, I was excited to make the […]

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Nonya Kueh from Tiong Bahru Galicier Pastry

Tiong Bahru Galicier Pastry is a neighbourhood bakery that specialises in traditional nonya kuehs, cakes and pastries. A simple shop front with no fanciful finishings, it exudes a type of old-school charm which I used to see back in the 80s. Totally unpretentious but filled with delectable snacks that bring back the fond memories of […]

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