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Flourish Pastries @ Tanjong Pagar Plaza

Whenever I go back to UK with the husband, one of the first things I’ll do is to head to Tesco to grab a box of my favourite Fresh Cream & Belgian Chocolate Choux Buns. Those are utterly delicious! When back in Singapore, I often lament the non-existence of a good choux bun in Singapore until a […]

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Qi Le Boneless Chicken Rice @ Ang Mo Kio Central

The husband and I had probably passed by this S11 food court umpteen times whenever we headed to NTUC Fairprice at AMK Hub for our weekly grocery shopping. Every time, we’d see a long queue at this chicken rice stall but had never given it a try. Recently we were there again and as it was raining […]

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Issan Thai Food 泰国东北美食 @ Tanjong Pagar Market and Food Centre

After a not-so-satisfying thunder tea rice from Traditional Hakka Rice, my friend and I decided to share a pad thai from Issan Thai Food which had a pretty long queue. Be prepared to wait as it took us at least 20 minutes before it was our turn to order and another 10 minutes for our […]

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Traditional Hakka Rice 河婆客家擂茶 @ Tanjong Pagar Plaza Market & Food Centre

I met up with a friend for lunch at Tanjong Pagar Plaza Market & Food Centre and he highly recommended me to try this Traditional Hakka Rice stall that often had long queues on weekdays and would normally sell out even before lunch hour was over. That fantastic? I readily accepted his suggestion even though this was my third thunder […]

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The Lawn Cafe – Meat your Greens at this Specialty Grill & Salad Cafe

I was invited to a food tasting over the weekend at The Lawn Cafe @ Biopolis (nearest MRT is Buona Vista) which was located on the first floor of one of the office buildings (Nanos) next to the newer The Metropolis. Being in such an area, I had initially expected The Lawn to be a similar […]

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Llaollao Natural Frozen Yogurt – A Delicious & Healthy Dessert!

Update: Price for Sanum has gone up to S$6.90 but it includes one additional crunch topping. Say “YAO YAO”! And that’s how you pronounce this Spanish brand of yogurt, lol. Though the husband and I still like calling it ‘lao lao’ for fun just like an endearing nickname 🙂 Anyway, yes, I’m sure Llaollao doesn’t […]

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Chef Yamashita @ Tanjong Pagar Plaza

When I heard that Chef Masataka Yamashita, the former head chef of Flor Patisserie and Patisserie Glace had opened his own cakery a few months back, I just had to come by to check out his signature cakes and sweet treats. The moment I entered the shop, I was just wowed by the beautiful display of […]

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1983 – A Taste of Nanyang @ Marina Bay Sands

Most of you had probably read the news recently about the temporary closure of this food court after a picture showing cockroaches running around the chicken rice stall went viral online last week. Eeeeww! Anyway, I just happened to eat here a couple of days before this incident and no, I didn’t order anything from the chicken […]

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Delightful Orh Nee (Yam Paste) from Tian Cheng Mei Shi 天成美食 @ Old Airport Road Food Centre

While I was queuing up for Selera Rasa’s dum briyani next door, the auntie from this kueh kueh stall who was scooping freshly steamed yam paste into disposable containers kept telling me how fantastic her yam paste was. The thing is, I wasn’t the only person in the queue and I wasn’t even standing nearest […]

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Cheapest Nasi Briyani in Singapore at Selera Rasa @ Old Airport Road Food Centre

On the previous occasion the husband and I were here at the Old Airport Road Food Centre, we caught sight of people walking past our table with plates and plates of nasi briyani (briyani, biryani or beryani? let’s just stick with the first for now!) from Selera Rasa. And it was what brought us back […]

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Cafe hopping | Carpenter and Cook @ Lorong Kilat

After having some divine cakes at Lynn’s Cakes & Coffee @ Eng Kong Terrace, hubby and I walked to Lorong Kilat to check out our next cafe destination, Carpenter and Cook. You know, the greatest fun and joy I get from cafe hopping is to be able to appreciate every cafe like a piece of art. […]

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Lao Fu Zi Fried Kway Teow @ Old Airport Road Food Centre

After finishing our not-so-filling chee cheong fun, we combed the food centre again and spotted this stall. Hadn’t had char kway teow for a long while now so we jumped at the chance to give this a try since there wasn’t a queue anyway. We ordered the $5 portion that came with 2 medium sized […]

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Freshly Made Chee Cheong Fun @ Old Airport Road Food Centre

The Old Airport Road Food Centre is one of our all-time favourite makan (‘eat’ in Malay) spots in Singapore. The husband and I used to frequent it very often (before Lao Ban Soya Beancurd outlets sprung up everywhere) just to grab a dozen of beancurd to go but not anymore since I started making my own beancurd […]

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Cafe hopping | Lynn’s Cakes & Coffee @ Eng Kong Terrace

The husband and I were around Newton area after lunch and we decided that we’d just hop onto the next bus and see where it’d bring us to. That’s what I’d propose to do sometimes when I didn’t do prior planning for our weekend food hunting. After half hour or so, we ended up at […]

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A romantic dinner by the Singapore River

I initially posted this pic on my instagram and was giving a brief description of what this was all about. Somehow, it ended like a poem that rhymed, lol. A romantic dinner need not be one with candlelights Having bentos by the Singapore River is just right Great atmosphere with a gorgeous sight Bliss and […]

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A Value-for-Money Taiwan Porridge Buffet @ Crystal Cafe, Orchard Grand Court (Revisit)

I went to SingTel ComCentre to settle my account closure (I switched to M1 after so many donkey years!) and the husband and I decided to look for somewhere to lunch around Killiney Road. Encountered several eateries that we had not eaten at before which were worth trying and blogging about but in the end we made a […]

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