Bo Innovation – 3 Star Michelin “X-treme Chinese Cuisine”

3-star Michelin chef Alvin Leung from Bo Innovation has quite the reputation. He calls himself the “Demon Chef”, and erases all possible stereotypes of the typical chef dressed in whites. ...

Ramen Mitsubachi – New Tonkotsu Ramen Shop at Orchard

Ramen Mitsubachi (not Mitsubishi) is a new tonkotsu ramen shop. This location at Orchard Plaza is where Noodle House Ken (owner fled the country) and Kitakata Rahmen Tamakichi (short-lived stay) ...

Recipe – Handmade Meatballs with Tasty Cheesy Toppings

Consider this my personal challenge – to make meatballs at home. Yes, I know you can get them from the supermarkets and Swedish restaurants, but I guess nothing beats the ...

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After You Dessert Café – There Is Always Room For This Dessert In Bangkok

[Bangkok, Thailand] Friends who know I was visiting Bangkok told me, “You ...

Petite Audrey – Gorgeous Thai Tea & Milo Crepe Cakes at Siam Center

[Bangkok] People have been asking me where I got the Milo Volcano ...

Sun Tung Lok 新同樂 – Possibly My Favourite Dim Sum Restaurant In Hong Kong

[Hong Kong] Sun Tung Lok 新同樂 is the 1st non-hotel eatery and ...

10 Best Dim Sum Restaurants In Hong Kong

[Hong Kong] Dim sum means ‘touch your heart’ and it is impossible ...

Capital Café 華星冰室 – It’s ‘Australian Diary Co’ With Good Service

[Hong Kong] I think I found a new favourite Cha Chaan Teng ...

Eat Me Bangkok – Hip Restaurant, Cool Fusion, Trying Reservations

[Bangkok, Thailand] While the name sounds mildly suggestive, Eat Me is an ...

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Easter Sweet Treats at Millenia Walk

Make the most out of your Easter weekend with dining deals, fun activities and sweet treats. Millenia Walk is where they are, with seasonal delights specially concocted by the creative folks behind Patisserie G, Pullman Bakery, 3 Inch Sin, and Tart Blanc. Or you can hop over to Candy Empire Minis for chocolate bunnies and […]

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Recipe – Croque Monsieur with Perfect Italiano Cheese

Conque Monsieur is typically what you find at a French café and restaurant, with grilled ham and cheese in a sandwich. This is easily one of my favourite brunch items and can be very indulgent. I always thought Croque Monsieur is a more luxurious form of a sandwich, and difficult and time-consuming to prepare. After […]

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Lim Soup – Cheap, Good and Healthy Soups & Rice

Lim Soup is what I call “Cheap and Good and Healthy”. When the wanna-be-healthy bloggers wanted to meet up for the #1mkg challenge, of all the food places he reviewed, Dr Leslie Tay from recommended this stall. At Bt Merah Central’s Dong Fong Fatt (yah, the famous chicken rice) coffeeshop, Lim Soup “The Art […]

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Sushi Goshin by Akashi – More Upmarket Yet Affordable Japanese Restaurant

I might have walked past this restaurant without going in, because it sensed intimidating. That was before the price banners were up. Sushi Goshin is part of Akashi’s group of restaurants (they also own Gyoza-ya and Grandma’s by the way), and food turned up to be surprisingly ‘affordable’. (Affordability is subjective yah?) The vibes of […]

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Lynn’s Cakes & Coffee – Serving One Of The Best Carrot Cake

It continues to surprise me that there are 2 cafes, Lynn’s Cakes and Necessary Provision, at Eng Kong Terrace, which is ulu beyond words. No bus reaches there. There is not enough carparking. Yet, both enjoy a steady flow of customers. Lynn’s Cakes & Coffee may not enjoy the same kind of fanfare as its […]

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Ottoman Kebab & Grill – Authentic Tasting Turkish Food at Bedok Mall

Turkey marks as one of the favourite countries I ever visited. I spent 2 weeks there, traveling from Istanbul, Ephesus to Cappadocia, and the historical sites and rich cultural landscapes still stay deeply entrenched in my memories. (Read: 5 Best Turkish Street Food from Istanbul ) So when I learnt there is a Turkish joint […]

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British Hainan – There Is No Place Quite Like This In Singapore

There is no place quite like this in Singapore, a museum-restaurant that takes you back on a historical trip. Vintage collections, old furniture, with home-styled British Hainanese food – that’s British Hainan for you. Located at Carpmael Road near Joo Chiat, you will just be charmed by all the classic collectibles of old records and […]

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Sawadee Thai Cuisine – Hidden Gem at Tan Quee Lan Bugis

Part of a food blogger’s ‘job’ is to discover places that are worthy to try, especially if they are not widely marketed and are considered hidden gems. I found one located within Bugis – Sawadee Thai Cuisine at Tan Quee Lan Street. Sawadee Thai Cuisine is no stranger in Singapore though, having been around for […]

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Ramen Kagetsu Arashi – New Ramen Shop at The Cathay

The press release states that Ramen Kagetsu Arashi is the third most popular ramen chain in Japan. So I wonder who is one and two? Ajisen? Nagasaki Chanpon? Ippudo? Ramen Kagetsu Arashi opens a 3rd branch The Cathay Orchard (the first two are at The Star Vista and Tampines 1), which has unfortunately become a […]

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Wing Zone – New Halal Buffalo Wing Shop at Century Square

Is there a conspiracy going on or something? In a manner of months, 3 wings company has arrived in Singapore and all in the east – Wing Stop at Bedok Mall, Wing World at East Coast Road and Wing Zone at Tampines Century Square. Love how creative they are with their naming. What will you […]

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