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Udders Singapore – Local Artisanal Ice Cream Brand Still Going Strong

Used to patronise the Udders outlet at Thomson Road almost every week when I was working in the vicinity. And now whenever I come to United Square, I would still stop by Udders for an ice cream treat or specifically, Mao Shan Wang Durian ice cream – which is still the best durian ice cream […]

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Frozen Banana Ice Cream with Blueberries Recipe

Every weekend I’d always buy a big bunch of bananas from the supermarket as bananas are the best superfood to eat prior to my morning gym sessions for the much needed fuel. However I’d always end up with 2-3 pieces remaining which would eventually turn black and then get thrown away. Quite some time ago, […]

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Flor Patisserie by Chef Yamashita @ Takashimaya Food Hall

When I blogged about Rive Gauche Patisserie earlier, one of my readers asked if I had tried Flor Patisserie’s Napoleon as it would ‘blow me away’. I did try before. It was good but not good enough to win me over. Especially not when Rive Gauche’s Napoleon is still sitting on the top spot. Flor […]

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Happy Avenue – Artisan Home Baked Cupcakes & Decadent Treats

* Sponsored Review * What started as an impromptu charity bake sale to help raise funds for a needy family 1 1/2 years ago has unfolded a new chapter for Singaporean cake artisan, Judy Then. Judy once passed by Happy Avenue at MacPherson Road and had that road name etched on her memory since then. […]

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Todai International Cuisine, Seafood & Sushi Buffet Restaurant @ Marina Bay Sands

I can’t believe I took so long to blog about Todai even though I’ve been here like four times. The first time was when the husband decided to try out his first ever eating challenge at the Todai Spicy Sushi Roll Competition. He won the challenge and received free dining vouchers. The 2nd time, we […]

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Baked Doughnuts Recipe

It’s a donut frenzy! In order to come up with a moist, cake-like texture baked doughnut, I made 3 batches before I nailed it right. And the final batch of donuts turned out so good that the first 2 batches are now neglected ๐Ÿ™ But it’s not a bad thing after all. Cooking and baking […]

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Kiseki Japanese Buffet Restaurant Part 2 @ Heeren (Former Location)

Seafood! What?! Kiseki again??? Yes, it’s my second time to Kiseki within a span of one week! Never ever done such a thing before :p but the parents were too captivated by the earlier Kiseki pictures so I just had to bring them here this time which wasn’t a bad thing too as I could […]

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Kiseki Japanese Buffet Restaurant @ Heeren (Former Location)

The hunt for good affordable Japanese buffets continues. Since my past expeditions to Shin Minori and Kuishin Bo, which failed to tickle my fussy palates, I’m now here to conquer Kiseki which I heard is very popular among students and families. In fact, I was quite impressed with the prices for a Japanese restaurant located […]

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Melt the World Cafe @ Mandarin Oriental Hotel

A much anticipated night after seeing all the reviews and hearing the hoo-has about this buffet place. Very unfortunately and much to our dismay, we probably arrived with such high expectations that we left with even greater disappointment and even felt the money spent was so not worth it at all. Spending $16 on still […]

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