The Clan Restaurant – New Location At Selegie PoMo, Still Affordable 5-Course Meals

“Why did you move? The Clan was doing so well at Bukit Pasoh.” The common reason of much higher rental propped up, which caused The Clan Restaurant to move to ...

10 Shibuya Toasts In Singapore – We Went Through Thick & Thin

Shibuya toasts did take some time to get trendy in Singapore. Taiwan (Dazzling Cafe) and Thailand (After You) already had the craze some years back. Basically, they are modified from ...

Eat At Seven Nigiro Café – Japanese Italian Café At Suntec City

The main reason why I was interested in Eat At Seven? ANA, yes the airline, is behind this initiative where seven Japanese restaurants are gathered under one roof at Suntec ...

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Ichiran Ramen – Long Queues At Both Causeway Bay and Tsim Sha Tsui

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Kau Kee 九記牛腩 – The Hong Kong Beef Brisket Noodles Institution

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Sinmei Tea 川善茶居 – Matcha Craze Continues In Hong Kong

[Hong Kong] Matcha madness continues to rain on Hong Kong, as instagram ...

Aqua S – The Dreamy Blue Soft Serve Made For Instagram

[Sydney, Australia] This is the soft serve created for Instagram. Aqua blue ...

21 Best Supper Places In Sydney For Late Night Dining

[Sydney, Australia] There was a time in Sydney when shopping malls close ...

Yok Yor Thai Food Factory – Affordable Tasty Thai Supper In Sydney

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The Godiva Chocolate Soft Serve, Now With Matcha

Will you spend $8 or $9 on a soft serve? The answer seems to be “Yes” for many, especially when it is a Godiva. (Read: 15 Soft Serves & Frozen Yogurt In Singapore) We know Godiva. But some may have missed their rich and indulgent creamy chocolate soft serve ($8) with chocolate sauce. This is […]

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Nunsongyee – Korean Bingsu Café Opens At Tanjong Katong. Hooray For Easties!

When we first wrote about Nunsongyee눈송이 back in January, there were just a handful of bingsu shops in Singapore. The Korean café at Serangoon Gardens Burghley Drive, hard to reach to via public transport, had only one other table of customer. Many asked what bingsu was then. After visiting anonymously and trying almost every single […]

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10 New & Hot Restaurants Singapore August 2015

The number of new restaurants in Singapore has reached quite astonishing numbers, that it won’t be exaggerating to say there are opening every single day on average. (Read: 10 New Cafes In Singapore Aug 2015) Japanese, Mod-Sin, Noodle Houses and Thai restaurants take centrestage this month, as more openings are happening at Singapore’s Central Business […]

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10 New Cafes In Singapore August 2015 – Cafe Hopping For SG50

Is it me or is 2015 just flying past us? It is already AUGUST. (Hello Singapore’s National Day.) As earlier predicated, the trending food In Singapore this year continues to be shibuya toasts, matcha-anything, bingsu and cold brews. Can we now add hot cakes and éclairs? These are 10 New Cafes In Singapore (restaurants will […]

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Ginza Kuroson – Fresh Seafood, Authentic Japanese Cuisine At Ngee Ann City

Come to think of it, Ngee Ann City with flagship stores of Takashimaya and Kinokuniya and huge Japanese community support, didn’t have too many Japanese restaurants previously – Tampopo, Tonkichi, Sushi Tei, Ajisen, to the more recent The Sushi Bar. Those who have not been to Ngee Ann City in a while would find its […]

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10 Singapore Food Bloggers and Their Favourite Local Hawker Food!

SG50. 10 Singapore Food Bloggers. 9 Favourite Local Hawker Food. I start this post by saying a big “Thank You” to all 10 blogger friends who chipped in for this entry. This post started when I was truly curious about what hawker food my foodie friends like, especially since their childhood days, and if there […]

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Patties & Wiches – Japanese Café Serving Burgers and Sandwiches at Ngee Ann City

Shortly after Ginza Kuroson opened their 2nd outlet at Ngee Ann City level 3, their latest concept store Patties & Wiches opened right across it, opposite to ABC Cooking Studio. So hapz, so much jap. Serving an agglomeration of Japanese pastries from various Japanese F&Bs in Singapore such as Asanoya Bakery and Chef Yamashita, a […]

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Cha Thai – Finally. Some Good Quality Thai Food At Telok Ayer

To be honest, good authentic quality Thai food is hard to find in Singapore. Some eateries go overly commercial, some muted in taste to suit the local taste buds. It is a real struggle for restaurant owners and chefs, I know. Cha Thai (not related to Sydney’s Chat Thai) manages to strike that fine balance. […]

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CoolPlay Soft Serve – Taiwanese Soft Serve With The Moustache

Location, location, location. The big question mark is: Why Toa Payoh Lorong 4, right between a hair salon and Chinese medical hall selling ’liang teh’? Other than the most obvious reason of lower rental. My gut feel is CoolPlay would have been a much much bigger hit if it was at more buzzling locations, say […]

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The Frosted Chick – Boutique Cake and Cupcakes Shop At Thomson Novena

The Frosted Chick’s tagline is “delivering happiness”. How apt (and clever) of them to set up a bakery shop right opposite Thomson Medical Centre where happiness is literally ‘delivered’. Cupcakes alert for little bundles of joy. Previously known as The Frosted Cupcake, owners-bakers Aaron and Vanessa rebranded it as The Frosted Chick, and now own […]

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