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[CLOSED] Taiwan Railway Bento 台湾鐵路便當 @ CT Hub (Kallang)

Update: This outlet had closed. Bentos were first introduced to Taiwan by the Japanese many decades ago and railway bentos simply grew in popularity as people packed rice boxes to eat onboard the train during long inter-city journeys. Unlike the Japanese equivalent that’s normally chilled, Taiwanese railway bentos are served hot with a wide variety […]

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Proofer Boulangerie @ The Seletar Mall

Previously, I had tried the pizzas from Proofer Bakery & Pizzeria @ Changi City Point and really liked their pizza dough that was crusty & crispy on the outside yet soft & moist on the inside. So when I came across its bakery at Seletar Mall, I thought I would grab a couple of breads home […]

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Founder Bak Kut Teh Restaurant @ Balestier Road

My Bak Kut Teh adventure continues, lol. Right after having an unexciting BKT at Song Fa the day before, the husband insisted that we should go try the famous Founder BKT @ Balestier that so many people had raved about. Even celebrities like Jay Chou would always visit this place whenever he is in Singapore. Hmm, what’s so great […]

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Song Fa Bak Kut Teh @ Seletar Mall

I’m now a convert and I don’t mean it religiously. From a previous ‘I don’t like peppery bak kut teh’ attitude to the current ‘I want to eat peppery bak kut teh’ mindset, I can’t help but feel amused that my tastebuds have yet again evolved (likely with age?) or perhaps I’m just a late BKT bloomer, lol. Well, thanks to my BKT-fanatic husband, we had […]

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Flock Cafe @ Moh Guan Terrace (Tiong Bahru)

Flock Cafe is a family-run cafe nestled in a quiet side of Tiong Bahru that one can easily miss out on unless you’re going for the mee pok at Hua Bee (or Bincho yakitori restaurant by night) which is just next door. A modern outfit with a touch of industrial chic – natural wood & metal combined with concrete flooring – it’s […]

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The Loft Cafe @ South Bridge Road (Chinatown)

Godma and I headed to Temple Street to shop for crockery and cookware at our favourite Sia Huat which took us quite a long time. That’s why I need a like-minded soul to go kitchenware shopping with me as the husband never understands why we women need so much time in a shop like this, […]

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Drips Bakery Cafe @ Tiong Poh Road (Tiong Bahru)

As more and more new hipster cafe-hopping enclaves that are worth discovering & exploring are just sprouting up all over the island, Tiong Bahru seems to be less interesting than before as it is riddled with so many cafes of the same nature but… TB truly has this old school charm that is totally unparalleled. And […]

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Weekend brunch buffet @ Cafebiz, Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore

Update: Cafebiz is now known as J65. Goodbye Traders. Hello Jen. If you’ve not heard about the news, well, the former Traders Hotel on Cuscaden Road had been rebranded as Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore (not to be confused with Hotel Jen Orchardgateway Singapore) since September last year. The old Traders Hotel had been one of […]

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The Beast – Southern Kitchen & Bourbon Bar @ Jalan Klapa

Peek-a-boo! The husband and I met up with MS & C, our ‘son’ and ‘daughter-in-law’ for a Sunday brunch. Gave the kids 3 venue options of which they picked The Beast along Jalan Klapa which is right smacked in the middle between Bugis MRT and Lavender MRT Stations so walking there from either station is just […]

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A Long Long Lunch @ Edge, Pan Pacific Hotel

My love for Singapore food is probably beyond imagination, lol. When I had to travel frequently for business in a previous job, the one thing that I’d always miss was our char kway teow, bak chor mee, chicken rice and the like because these local eats are simply a myriad of flavours, aromas, sights and sounds that are not only appetising but […]

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Tasty Nasi Padang at Warung Kampung @ Central, Clarke Quay

Indonesian food has always been one of my preferred Southeast Asian cuisines because of the heavy use of various spices in almost every dish which creates these robust and aromatic flavours that linger on the palates and make me hanker for more. Simply irresistible. I was recently invited to a food tasting at Warung Kampung, set up by first-time […]

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Ah Bong’s Italian @ Eng Hoon Street (Tiong Bahru)

The husband and I headed down to Tiong Bahru for our monthly stocking-up spree at Foodie Market Place and went around looking for somewhere to have lunch as usual. It was about 1.30pm on a Saturday and we were happy to see that Ah Bong’s Italian was still open (we came by too late the last time) which […]

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Kow Loon Hong Kong Dim Sum @ 151 Ang Mo Kio Ave 5

I hadn’t come back here for dim sum for a long while now though this stall which has been in operation for almost 30 years is just less than a 10-minute walk away from my house. How convenient! One of the Sundays, the husband and I decided to wake up early and head here for yum […]

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Butter Studio @ Jalan Besar

The husband and I were back at Jalan Besar to hunt for some bathroom parts. And as usual we would have our favourite curry rice lunch at Beach Road Scissor Cut Curry Rice whenever we were there. I must be feeling really ravenous that day because my tummy wasn’t exactly satisfied after a big plate of curry rice […]

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Koh Grill & Sushi Bar @ Wisma Atria

For those who had been to Food Republic on Level 4 of Wisma Atria, you probably would have come across Koh Grill & Sushi Bar, a Japanese restaurant that always seemed so busy and packed with patrons. I’d long heard about the highly raved restaurant especially its signature ‘shiok maki’ of which I often see pictures […]

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Parklane Zha Yun Tun Mee House @ Sunshine Plaza

Parklane Zha Yun Tun Mee House used to have an outlet at North Bridge Commercial Complex (the current Bugis Cube) along North Bridge Road and I often had my lunch there when I was working at Liang Seah Street many years back. When the outlet closed several years ago, I was deeply disappointed as I […]

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