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Excellent Butterfly Cupcakes from Tiong Bahru Galicier Pastry

Whenever I’m at Tiong Bahru, I’d never leave without buying some kueh kueh from my favourite old-school bakery, Galicier. If you’ve been following my blog, you’d probably know I’m one of Galicier’s big-time fans, lol. Their Chinese New Year cookies, nonya kuehs, cakes and pastries – I totally heart them all. Recently, I went again […]

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Xing Long Teochew Porridge 興隆潮州糜 @ Blk 632 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 4

Like many fellow Teochews, I’ve always liked orh nee (yam paste), braised duck, steamed pomfret, cold crabs as well as hot piping porridge that I never seem to get sick of because there are just so many different choices of ingredients that I can choose from every time I’m at a stall like this. This particular […]

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Weng Kee Original Taste Ipoh Hor Fun 荣记正宗原味怡保河粉 @ Changi Village Market & Food Centre

While the husband and I were in the long queue for Mizzy Corner’s nasi lemak, a lady also in the queue recommended us to try Weng Kee’s Ipoh Hor Fun. The husband’s eyes lighted up for a brief moment as he had been a big fan of it since I brought him to try his first […]

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Mizzy Corner Nasi Lemak @ Changi Village Market & Food Centre

The husband and I were at Singapore Expo for some consumer shows and he suggested to take a half hour bus ride all the way to Changi Village for nasi lemak since we were already in that part of Singapore. I readily agreed as I hadn’t been there before plus I’d heard so much about the […]

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Proofer Bakery & Pizzeria @ Changi City Point

Changi City Point is one of the husband’s favourite malls in Singapore because it has factory outlets of most of his preferred sports brands like Nike and Adidas. These days he shops more than I do and it seems like hanging out in malls is once again a frequent affair for us which I don’t […]

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Plain Vanilla Bakery @ Holland Village

Nothing beats a pretty, delicate and tasty cupcake that easily makes grey skies blue. Plain Vanilla is one of my favourite bakeries in Singapore where I’d keep going back for its cuppies that never fail to deliver that warm and fuzzy feeling every time I sink my teeth into one. So when I was at Holland […]

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A Journey to the West – Experience the new Mongkok & Legendary Hong Kong @ Jurong Point

I was invited to a media event last week at Jurong Point together with other bloggers and media friends to tour their latest addition to the mall which is a themed-destination concept “Mongkok” that replicates the bustling streets and markets of Hong Kong. From now till 31 August 2014, there’d be buskers’ performances, roving acts, on-the-spot games and […]

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NamNam Noodle Bar @ Plaza Singapura – Revised Menu (Revisit)

Sandwich is my new best friend and it’s something that I cannot live without especially on days when I need a quick lunch or a relaxing no-cook dinner. Besides Subway’s sandwiches, NamNam Noodle Bar is probably my only preferred choice of what I call Vietnamese fast food because of its wickedly tasty pork belly banh mi. […]

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Yong Tau Foo from Seng Heng Family Restaurant 成兴酿豆腐 @ Yishun Central

The husband and I headed to Khoo Teck Puat Hospital just to grab soup for dinner from our favourite stall at the food court only to realise it wasn’t in operation anymore. So sad. Going to a hospital not for medical reasons or to visit anyone but to have dinner. That’s exactly one of the […]

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Cafe hopping | Room Coffee Bar @ Alexandra Retail Centre

The husband and I came by the ARC for the first time as we had to send our macbook to The Repair Hospital and decided to explore the mall for breakfast options. Not many were available so we settled on Room Coffee Bar. Loved the quote on the wall in the background. This was just a no-frills […]

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Puncak Best Noodle Halal Muslim Food @ Far East Plaza – freakingly awesome fried wantons!

This is one of the husband’s regular spots for lunch with his colleagues as he keeps raving about its addictive fried wantons that he’s very sure I’d also like. And though most of the food are just average in his opinion, he still doesn’t mind coming back just for the wantons. I used to like one of the […]

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Oven Marvel 皇冠烘培 @ Sunshine Plaza – The Best Chicken Pies in Singapore!

I had a special affinity with chicken pies even before I was born. I remembered my mum had once told me before that she always had cravings for 2 types of food when she was carrying me. One of them was nasi lemak and the other, chicken pies. Lol. That’s why when she put on […]

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Tim Ho Wan 添好運 @ Plaza Singapura

This Michelin-starred dim sum restaurant from Hong Kong hit Singapore shores amid a storm of hype more than a year ago but the husband and I had only just visited it recently when we were at Plaza Singapura. There wasn’t a long queue on a late Saturday afternoon, that was why we decided to go for an […]

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New Green Pasture Cafe @ Fortune Centre

I totally dig vegetarian food these days ever since I had a bad bout of severe constipation and piles a few months back that I needed laxatives from the doctor to relieve myself from the unnecessary anxiety and discomfort. So I started eating less meat and consuming more greens which really helped with my daily digestive health. […]

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Jian Bo Shui Kueh 楗柏水粿 @ Tiong Bahru Market – The Best Chwee Kueh in Singapore

Chwee kueh (steamed rice cake) had never been a big thing for me during my growing up years because I wasn’t a fan of chye poh (preserved radish) which was always heavily soaked in oil. And it was only when the husband decided to settle down in Singapore a few years back and I brought him to various […]

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Salut Coffeeshop @ 119 Bukit Merah Lane 1 – Singapore’s Next Hipster Eatery and Watering Hole

119 @ Bukit Merah is no doubt one of the hippest and most happening neighbourhood joints where we can go eat, drink and socialise. But the unique thing is, it is actually a kopitiam in our local terms and it’s probably the only coffee shop in Singapore that requires a reservation to be made beforehand. Located just a stone’s […]

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