Caprice – Challenges For Hong Kong’s Top French Restaurant

[Hong Kong] Caprice was known as Hong Kong’s best French restaurant, luxuriously located at one of the most high end hotels Four Seasons Hong Kong. The restaurant ranked as Asia’s ...

Tenkaichi – Japanese BBQ Ala-Carte Premium Buffet with Wagyu + Buffet Giveaways!

Tenkaichi Japanese Restaurant at City Gate (Keypoint) has launched a ‘The Best of Japan’ BBQ Ala-Carte Premium Buffet which offers free flow Wagyu Beef, Sashimi, Scallops and Oysters. Sounds like ...

Busselton Jetty and The Goose Beach Bar & Kitchen – For Stunning Views & Fresh Seafood

[Western Australia] We drove swiftly from Perth’s King Park to Busselton Jetty in 2.5 hours. There was a train to catch at Busselton Jetty, and we thought we should hurry. ...

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Mak’s Noodle 麥奀雲吞麵世家 – Hong Kong’s Most Famous Wanton Noodles

[Hong Kong] Often referred to as the best wanton noodles in Hong ...

Tsim Chai Kee 沾仔记 – Michelin Recommended Ping Pong Wonton a Class Of Its Own

[Hong Kong] For a humble wonton noodle shop to be recommended by ...

Mak Siu Kee Traditional Wonton Noodle 麥兆記雲吞麵 – Underrated, One Of The Best

[Hong Kong] In the search for Hong Kong’s best wonton noodles. Many ...

ZENSE Gourmet Deck & Lounge Panorama – Best Panoramic Views Of Bangkok City

[Bangkok] The view here is spectacular, as you stop at to wonder ...

The Girl And The Pig – Brunch & Bakes In A Storybook Setting

[Bangkok] “Why call The Girl and The Pig?” The owner couple then ...

The Margaret River Gourmet Escape – It All Starts With the Gourmet Village

[Western Australia] Chan Brothers Travel “whisked” me away to Western Australia’s Margaret ...

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Shin Yeh Bistro – Authentic Taiwanese Fare at Novena Square 2

One of my favourite restaurants in Taiwan is Shin Yeh, especially the branch perched high at Taipei 101. Oh, their Fried Omelette and Mee Sua. For this familiar taste of homely Taiwanese dishes, I won’t have to book a travel ticket, but venture to the main restaurant at Liang Court and relatively new bistro and […]

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5 The Moments – Ice Cream Cafe Meets Photography Shop

Couple going to get married should just take a walk down Tanjong Pagar Road. Choose your wedding gowns, bond over Korean BBQ, then take photos in a studio, and you may also find an ice cream café within the photography shop. 5 The Moments, a film photography café is testimonial to excellent use of space […]

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Saturday House – Set-A-Day To Cafe Hop

Saturday House is 1.4km away from Sunday Market. Confusion, not. The bistro, beer garden and café is so called because Saturday is commonly known as the last day of the week, THE day to rest and relax. THE day to cafe hop. Saturday House wants to come across as the place that everyone will think […]

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Asanoya Bakery – 81 Year Old Japanese Bakery Comes To Singapore

I like how precise the Japanese are. They described Asanoya Bakery as 250 steps away from Bras Basah MRT Station Exit. 250 steps. The Asanoya brand is 81 years old, founded in 1933 in Karuizawa Japan. The bakery is known for its rustic Japanese-style bread, with a European twist and baked in a traditional stone […]

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Shirokiya – Japanese Restaurant Promoting Health & Beauty

Bishoku Ryori. That means food that promotes beauty. Shirokiya which just opened its second outlet at CHIJMES continues to focus on food which is good from the inside-out. Their highlight dish is the Bisyoku Nabe ($38.80 for 2-3 pax), a ‘beauty’ hot pot where the soup based made of special ‘chicken and collagen’ stock. Kurobata […]

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Sacha & Sons – Wild Honey Launches New York Deli at Mandarin Gallery

Few years back when brunch serving restaurants was not that IN yet, Wild Honey created quite a buzz with their egg benedict dishes. That was forward thinking. Would that happen again to their newly introduced New York Delicatessen Sacha & Sons at Mandarin Gallery? The concept located right next to Wild Honey took four years […]

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Dojo – Minced Pork Burger Is Yummy, and Happens To Taste Nostalgic

Ah… An all pork burgers joint. Dojo at Circular Road wants to be the clear and dominant pork burger brand in Singapore. This is a bold move. Dojo also refers to a Japanese martial arts school, and hopes to instil the 2 most important traits of a martial artist into their culinary endeavour: Discipline and […]

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The Lab SG – Experimental Cafe Surprises

Since the emergence of I Am… Café and Fluff bakery, we are starting to see a trend of more Halal cafes establishing near the Masjid Sultan area. Then came The Lab SG. This week-old Muslin owned café have replaced the defunct 7th Cylinder and hopped on the bandwagon in the vicinity. (Read: The Return Cafe […]

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Juicy Slush – Colourful Slushies Made From Juices & Tea. So Fun!

It did take that long for someone to introduce colourful layer slushies in Singapore, slurping it down as we stride down Orchard Road in hot weather. Would this be the next big thing here? Juicy Slush newly opened at SCAPE has given the frozen beverage with a twist. The slushies are made from 100% fruit […]

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Guksu Noodle House – Handmade Korean Noodles With Awesome Korean Fried Chicken

In Korean when people ask, “When are you going to feed us Guksu?” they actually mean “When are you going to get married?” ‘Guksu’ means noodles or noodle dishes in Korea, also the name of a new noodle house at Suntec City, two shops away from Kimchi. Yes, they are both owned and conceptualised by […]

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