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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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Jollibee @ Lucky Plaza – The Best Fried Chicken in Town!

Jollibee, the largest fast food chain in Philippines with over 800 stores worldwide, has rocked the local fast food scene and brought fried chicken to another level. In fact, I read in the news some time back that their first outlet in Singapore, started only in March this year at Lucky Plaza, is their top […]

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Pezzo Pizza @ Ion Orchard

Recently, I have been seeing quite a number of Pezzo kiosks around. I was walking past one at Woodlands Xchange when someone inside suddenly gestured and ‘shouted’ to us to try their pizzas because they are ‘VERY NICE’ and the ‘BEST IN TOWN’. I was a little amused because the outlet looked newly opened and […]

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The Sushi Bar @ Far East Plaza

Who would have guessed that there would be a hidden gem in Far East Plaza that serves up quality Japanese food that is so fresh, you literally taste the ocean. When I walked past the restaurant that is located in an inconspicuous corner on Level 3, I saw the chefs in the open kitchen busy […]

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Gyoza no Ohsho 餃子の王将 @ Cuppage Plaza

One of my corporate gift vendors recently recommended me to a Japanese restaurant at Cuppage Plaza and I decided to head over to check out the restaurant until I spotted this small Japanese style Chinese food eatery at the side entrance area that was full house. While stealing a glance at the dishes that these […]

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Rive Gauche Patisserie – Go Napoleon!

This has always been one of my favourite patisseries in town. Just a simple “no frills”, “to-go” counter located at Takashimaya’s food hall. Classy French style of packaging   Napoleon ($6 per slice) Three layers of French style puff pastry with a layer of soft sponge and freshly whipped cream with sliced strawberries and icing […]

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EWF by Everything with Fries in Orchard

I have heard about the Everything with Fries restaurants in Katong and Holland Village that were started by the people behind Awfully Chocolate but have not thought of going since they are quite out of the way for me. When we chanced upon its new burger joint in Orchard Central, we knew we just had […]

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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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Muddy Murphy’s Traditional Irish Pub Part 2

While my first entry on Muddy’s was about its lunch/dinner menu, for now I would like to highlight its equally good bar food menu. A great place to hang out after work. I invited two of my colleagues to join me this time round. Mango/Lime/Strawberry daiquiri ($16.00 per glass) You can order a normal daiquiri […]

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Carousel @ Royal Plaza on Scotts Part 2

As mentioned in my other blog entry on Carousel, my family and I decided to ditch the ideas of steamboat at home or lo hei dinner at some Chinese restaurant and celebrate our CNY eve here instead. I wasn’t seriously enthusiastic in dining at the same place twice in a month but a reunion meal […]

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The Manhattan Fish Market @ Plaza Singapura

I had tried this once some years back with an ex-colleague and it didn’t leave a very deep impression in me then. Perhaps my stomach had gone out to Fish & Co. (its direct competitor). For some reasons, I decided to give it a second chance and to see if the quality (and taste) of […]

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Carousel @ Royal Plaza on Scotts

Carousel was awarded the Best Buffet Restaurant in People’s Choice Awards 2009 and is one of the few good halal hotel buffets in Singapore. I used to be a big fan of weekend hi teas but had never found a place where I would consider returning again. Finally, my search is over now. Situated at […]

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Marché Restaurant at 313@Somerset

This is definitely one of my most frequently visited restaurants now. I had been longing for its return since its earlier closure and disappearance from the restaurant scene here. Now, Marché sits in both 313@Somerset and VivoCity and best of all, the quality of its food has not gone down. What beats having a huge […]

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Muddy Murphy’s Traditional Irish Cottage Pub

Muddy Murphy’s (or Muddy’s for short) never fails to bring back some fond memories for me. I was first introduced to this cosy-ambience pub about 8 years ago by my one and only soul mate ever, who is no more around. Whenever I come to this pub, I would think of my dear friend whom […]

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The Rice Table Indonesian Restaurant

The Rice Table is probably the only Indonesian restaurant in Singapore that does a rijsttafel (ryst-tah-fell) concept which literally means “rice table” in Dutch. It usually consists of many side dishes served in small portions and eaten with rice. That’s certainly the reason why I love to dine at Rice Table. I love variety. I […]

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