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Krispy Kreme @ Tangs Orchard

When I studied in the States, Krispy Kreme was something that my mates and I would always buy to enjoy on the go. It was affordable and there was always this ‘Buy a Dozen, Free a Dozen’ promotion going on so the group of us could easily devour 24 doughnuts at once. When we came […]

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Carnivore Appetite @ The Dining Edition, Marina Square

I particularly like the revamped Marina Square with the inclusion of The Dining Edition which is a new dining concept that puts together different cuisine from around the world under one roof. From Viet, Thai, Chinese, Japanese to Brazilian restaurants as well as a few new dessert bars and familiar cafes, we are definitely in for […]

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Taiwan Porridge Buffet @ Crystal Cafe, Orchard Grand Court

Updated 06/10/14: Read my latest post on A Value-for-Money Taiwan Porridge Buffet @ Crystal Cafe, Orchard Grand Court (Revisit). Besides Quality Hotel (read my post on their porridge buffet here), Crystal Cafe at Killiney Road is another Taiwan porridge place worth visiting. It is an unpretentious cafe with no contemporary decor compared to other restaurants in the […]

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High Tea Buffet @ Straits Cafe, Rendezvous Grand Hotel

I just wonder sometimes why I would go crazy with buffets especially when I love variety but I’m never able to eat so much at one setting compared to the husband. And my appetite seems to shrink as I grow older (another sign of aging?) but my weight remains the same (unfair!). Buffets are just […]

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Shiraz Mazzeh Gourmet Kebabs – Authentic Persian Food To Go

Previously when I headed to town for a night out and craved for a late night snack, I found myself stuck with the usual common choices of 24-hour fast food and coffee outlets which weren’t exactly what I needed so when the Persian wave started sweeping across Orchard Road with kebabs to go, I warmly […]

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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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Hearty Steak Frites @ Les Bouchons, Ann Siang Road

Whenever I have a steak craving, the first place that comes to mind will be Les Bouchons at Ann Siang that serves up some of the best steak frites in Singapore at reasonable prices. Les Bouchons looks like your typical French bistro in a colour scheme of black, red and white. Dim warm lighting gives […]

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Taiwan Porridge Supper Buffet @ Quality Hotel Marlow, Balestier Road

Quality Hotel is one of my favourite places to get my porridge supper fix. Whenever we have a late lunch, we tend to skip dinner and head to here to have porridge instead. I have been here like countless times, I can’t believe I haven’t even blogged about it yet! You may be wondering who […]

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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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Enjoying laksa and curry chicken rice @ 328 Katong Laksa, Queensway Shopping Centre

328 Katong Laksa @ Queensway Shopping Centre

My husband and I made a second trip down to Queensway Shopping Centre so he could buy that pair of Nike Dunk Low sneakers he had been eyeing since our last visit. But it was a wasted effort as that model he wanted was no longer in stock and we just couldn’t find it in […]

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Weekend High Tea Buffet @ Tea Lounge, Regent Hotel

If you’ve read my earlier post on L’Espresso @ Goodwood Park Hotel, you’d know how much I had enjoyed my dining experience there. And it’s definitely double bliss, now that I have also found another high tea buffet that could be on par with L’Espresso’s. Tea Lounge at the Regent Singapore serves an eclectic mix […]

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Prata Raya @ Ang Mo Kio Hub

I’m not sure if Prata Raya is a revamped version of Ah Mei Cafe that was located inside AMK Hub previously. Its menu is the same as Ah Mei’s and in fact, I’m quite certain the chefs are the same because the fish curry gravy and texture of their pratas resemble that of Ah Mei […]

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[CLOSED] Shen Xi Soup 沈希老火湯 @ Foodfare, Khoo Teck Puat Hospital

[Update 08/06/14: Outlet is now closed. Please click on their website below for other locations islandwide.] These days, I frequent KTPH so regularly that it is almost becoming a hangout place for me as it’s where my ailing parents have been heading to for medical consultations & treatments. Even I also see a urologist there […]

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English Afternoon High Tea @ L’Espresso, Goodwood Park Hotel

If brunch equals to breakfast plus lunch, then high tea should be lunch plus dinner. That is why I adore high teas! And L’Espresso would be my ultimate choice for an ‘elegant teatime pursuit’ that exudes pure indulgence in a modern English, sophisticated setting. The English Afternoon Tea Buffet at L’Espresso is available daily with […]

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Pu Tien Restaurant 莆田菜馆 (Heng Hwa Cuisine) @ NEX

I remembered I was first introduced to Pu Tien several years back by my ‘PK mum’ (an endearing term for a friend who calls me PK aka Pumpkin) as she was raving about its Lor Mee. In my mind, Lor Mee has always been a bowl of thick flat yellow noodles in a thick, dark […]

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Yomenya Goemon Japanese Spaghetti House @ Marina Bay Link Mall

When I was working at Raffles Place before, Yomenya Goemon at Marina Bay Link Mall was one of my favourite places to have lunch. Since a colleague greatly recommended me this place, it has become the only spaghetti house I go to now whenever I need a pasta fix. Yomenya Goemon opened its doors in […]

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