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Victory Monument Boat Noodles Alley | Sutyot Kway Teow Rua

If you want to try boat noodles in Bangkok, do not miss out the Victory Monument Boat Noodles Alley where several different boat noodle restaurants are situated next to one another by a canal. Not exactly the most authentic experience as the noodles are not served from boats. They are tasty, nonetheless. As each bowl […]

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Ah Seng Bak Kut Teh – The Bak Kut Teh is good but the Pork Rib Noodle is better

Last year, I had reviewed Ah Seng Bak Kut Teh which one of my readers recommended me to try as I was searching for good BKTs in Singapore. I was back here a few weeks ago to have lunch after my therapy session. Wanted to try their noodles as I had seen customers ordering it […]

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Citrus Bistro opens its doors at Sengkang Sports Centre

Get 10% off your bill when you dine at Citrus Bistro (Details at the end of this post) Had a media tasting on our hiking day so we put on our exercise gear and took a 8km walk from Ang Mo Kio to Sengkang which took us less than 1 1/2 hours to complete. Definitely […]

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Cat and the Fiddle – Fickle Feline Cheesecake with 10 Different Flavours

I had come across Cat and the Fiddle on Instagram for a long time and I thought I would order their Fickle Feline cheesecake this time just to surprise the husband as he was craving for cheesecake. For those of you who haven’t heard of Cat and the Fiddle, well, it is an online cheesecake […]

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Nakhon Kitchen Ang Mo Kio – Delicious and affordable Thai food in the heartlands

Since I blogged about Nakhon Kitchen last year, I had been back to the restaurant countless times whenever my craving for Thai food kicked in. It never fails to satisfy my palate and tummy every time. When I came back from my latest Bangkok trip, I had a really bad hangover (+ weight gain too, […]

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OPPA Chicken opens express outlet at Ang Mo Kio coffeeshop – Bringing K.F.C. to the heartlands

Not the fast food brand but Korean Fried Chicken. This Broadway Kopitiam at Blk 721 Ang Mo Kio Ave 8 is now one of my favourite coffeeshops in Ang Mo Kio because it houses food stalls that offer a pretty good range of different cuisines like Astons Express (affordable, tasty Western food), Ci Wen Vegetarian […]

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Yiruma Live In Singapore 2017 and Itacho Sushi. Therapeutic music, comforting Japanese food.

Was at The Star Vista/Theatre two weeks ago for Yiruma Live in Singapore 2017 concert. I was so happy to finally get the chance to watch his performance ‘cos I missed it in 2015. Thanks to Hubby this time – he managed to get tickets very early. Nothing over the top – no special effects […]

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Mr Teh Tarik Ang Mo Kio – Fried fish soup is the best but their zi char stall is also worth trying

I shared the below picture on Instagram last year. “I always like the fish soups from Arcade and Maxwell Market & this one is also quite on par if not better. For just $4.50, it comes with an incredibly generous portion of fried fish, chye sim, tomatoes and silken tofu. The broth is laden with […]

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Fratini La Trattoria – Italian Food in Omakase Style

If you live near or have been to Greenwood Avenue, you would agree that this quiet suburb in Bukit Timah is just like a Little Italy. It is home to several Italian restaurants and pizzerias that offer an authentic taste of the bel paese. I was recently invited to a food tasting at Fratini La […]

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Gokul Vegetarian Restaurant @ Upper Dickson Road

The husband was craving for Indian food. I was craving for vegetarian. So when we went Tekka Market to buy spices one weekend, I was casually asking one shopkeeper for her recommendations for Indian vegetarian food and Gokul Vegetarian Restaurant at Upper Dickson Road (nearest MRT is Little India) was one of the options that popped up. We made our way […]

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Rive Gauche Patisserie (Revisited)

This is the third time I am reviewing Rive Gauche because it’s really one of the few patisseries in Singapore that I go to frequently for my sugar fix. Read my previous review here. This time round, the husband brought home these two delightful treats to cheer me up as I was feeling a little […]

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Rochor Beancurd House 梧槽豆花水 @ Upper Thomson Road

A friend once said she preferred Lao Ban’s cold soya beancurd to traditional one like Rochor’s but she wasn’t aware that the former is made from soy bean powders (see my recipe here) whereas the latter is made from real beans. If you remember the Rochor beancurd saga many years back where a group of […]

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Rumah Makan Minang @ Kandahar Street – The Most Authentic Nasi Padang in Singapore

Nasi Padang is the quintessential cuisine of the Minangkabau people of West Sumatra in Indonesia and its name is derived from the capital city of Padang. Padang cuisine is well known for its heavy use of spices, chillies and coconut milk that give food robust and aromatic flavours. I haven’t been to Padang before, neither […]

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Tan Hock Seng Cake Shop 陈福成饼家 @ Far East Square – Best Beh Teh Sor 馬蹄酥 in Singapore!

A friend recommended me this confectionery for its signature ‘Horse Hoof Pastry’ aka Beh Teh Sor or 馬蹄酥 a couple of years ago when we headed to Pagi Sore Indonesian Restaurant (just next door to this shop) for dinner. Tan Hock Seng specialises in traditional Hokkien pastries which I think are seriously at risk of […]

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Nanxiang Steamed Bun Restaurant @ Bugis Junction

Whenever I visit Nanxiang Steamed Bun Restaurant @ Bugis, I will reminisce the good old busy days of working with my team in the vicinity. Despite slogging away 24/7 then, we always tried to find time to treat ourselves to a good meal whenever time permitted us to do so and this Shanghainese restaurant was […]

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Shandong Bing Jia 山东饼家 @ People’s Park Complex, Chinatown

When you come up the escalator from Exit C of Chinatown MRT Station, turn left towards People’s Park Complex and you’d see this new Chinese eatery just outside the entrance of the complex, that serves up sizable pan-fried meat buns, pancakes and rolls at cheap prices. How can I just leave without trying my favourite […]

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