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Sichuan Chef (四川厨子) at Ang Mo Kio MRT Station

Happy Mid-Autumn Festival to those of you who celebrate! Do you love mooncakes? Honestly, I’m not a big fan of them especially the traditional ones as I don’t like lotus seed paste. Plus, most mooncakes are often too sweet so they get really sickly. If I do buy any, I’ll only get those with pure […]

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Wen Dao Shi 搵到食 @ Sims Avenue (Geylang)

If Yum Cha Restaurant is on my top list for dim sum (their prawn-based items like siew mai, beancurd rolls and prawn mango sesame fritters are just delish!), then Wen Dao Shi is really a close second if not on par. What I like about Wen Dao Shi (pronounced as ‘Wan Dou Sek’ in Cantonese […]

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Chui Huay Lim Teochew Cuisine celebrates 3rd year anniversary with new ‘limited edition’ dishes

Some would probably be familiar with Chui Huay Lim Teochew Cuisine especially if you love Teochew food. The restaurant which is located at the 169-year-old Chui Huay Lim Club along Keng Lee Road, serves up some of the most authentic Teochew dishes that epitomise traditional Teochew cooking at its best with homely fare like Teochew muay (porridge) to the […]

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Tim Ho Wan 添好運 @ Plaza Singapura

This Michelin-starred dim sum restaurant from Hong Kong hit Singapore shores amid a storm of hype more than a year ago but the husband and I had only just visited it recently when we were at Plaza Singapura. There wasn’t a long queue on a late Saturday afternoon, that was why we decided to go for an […]

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