Old Habits – Vintage Boutique and Café at Telok Blangah

People say “Old habits die hard”, and owner Donovan Goh of new café Old Habits may attest to that. Only in his early 30s, he collects many vintage items, from ...

Café Pal – Modern Thai Cafe with Iced Thai Bubble Tea

Modern Thai Cafeteria Café Pal at Middle Road is most known for their Thai Iced Tea. There are few trusted places which sell my favourite Cha Yen, many of which ...

Whisk – New Bakery Café Joins The Tiong Bahru Enclave

Another café Whisk joins in the Tiong Bahru enclave, already cluttered with many cafes big and small – from 40 Hands, Flock Cafe, PoTeaTo, Drips to Tiong Bahru Bakery. The ...

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Bourke Street Bakery – Life Changing Ginger Brulée Tart & Sausage Roll

[Sydney, Australia] It was a 20 minute or about 1 km plus ...

10 Must Eat Street Food In Penang – The Penang Food Guide!

[Penang, Malaysia] You can probably find some of the best street food ...

Toh Soon Cafe – Penang’s Traditional Coffee & Toast By The Alley

[Penang, Malaysia] “Where’s Penang best coffee again?” Our guide then dropped us ...

Pasar Air Itam Laksa – Penang Assam Laksa Is A Must Have

[Penang, Malaysia] Penang Assam Laksa… CNN Travel ranked this 7th out of ...

The Grounds Of Alexandria – Sydney’s Mother Of All Cafes

[Sydney, Australia] For café lovers, no visit to Sydney would be complete ...

10 Must Eat Food In Hong Kong – Where To Eat in Hong Kong!

Hong Kong, Hong Kong, I love you. A very large reason is ...

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10 Reasons to Visit The Western Australia & Margaret River Gourmet Escape 2014!

I can barely contain my excitement. Yes, yes yes! I will be leading a gourmet escapade with Chan Brothers Travel – A 7D Western Australia & Margaret River Gourmet Escape Self-drive Convoy departing Nov 18! Fancy driving from Perth to Swan Valley for a food and wine trail, to the stunning Wave Rock and to […]

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The Little Flower Shop – Floral Café At Lau Pa Sat

It’s not the likeliest of places you would find a florist cum café, but the newly revamped Lau Pa Sat is where The Little Flower Shop Cafe & Bar is located. The florist was originally at the food centre for 7 years, known to bring in flower merchandise from all over the world. Its café […]

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Comnam – Sister Restaurant of NamNam Serves Vietnamese Broken Rice

The closure of patisserie Canele has paved the way for Comnam, a spinoff of Vietnamese chain Nam Nam Noodle Bar by the Les Amis group. Comnam is focused on serving Vietnamese dish Cơm tấm, where tấm refers to the broken rice grains, while cơm refers to cooked rice. Funny how broken rice which was previously […]

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Kki at SOTA – Still Some Of The Best Cakes In Singapore

Welcome back Kki ケーキ, it’s good to have you again. When the Japanese inspired cake shop and its partner The Little Drom Store announced their closure at Ang Siang Hill due to rental issues, some fans literally went heartbroken. Kki has found a new home at School of the Arts SOTA (though my taxi uncle […]

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Crusty Oven – Freshly Baked Tarts at Bishan, Reasonably Priced

In the neighborhood area of Bishan near the coffeeshop, there is Crusty Oven shop which sells quite decent pastries. The small space meant it is not obvious in sight, but their bakes are better than expected. Opened by 2 friends Noel and Markas, this was a dream since young when the young owners saw how […]

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Saveur The Hundred-Foot Journey

A meal created for a movie? We should have more of these. Saveur, known for its affordable French fare, is adding some touches of Indian to its “The Hundred-Foot Journey” set meal. It is obvious that I am a fan of ‘food movies’, and The Hundred-Foot Journey about the cultural clashes between a French restaurateur […]

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Soi 55 – Thai Iced Tea Specialty Stall at Golden Shoe

There was Soi 19 Thai Wanton Mee, Soi 60 Thai Restaurant, and now a Soi 55 Thai Ice Tea stall. The stall is so named due to the famous Sukhumvit Soi 55 street known for its exciting nightlife and cafe cultre, and 55 means ‘haha’ in Thai. You know that? I have a heart for […]

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Shinji by Kanesaka – Probably The Best Sushi Restaurant In Singapore

While Japan has Jiro, Singapore has Shinji. Shinji by Kanesaka すし道真次 is commonly known to be the best Japanese sushi restaurant in Singapore, and also considered by many as one of the finest outside of Japan. (Read: Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants 2014 and 10 Best Restaurants In Singapore – The Fine Dining Edition) Tucked away […]

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FIX – Poolside Cafe with Naanwiches & Liu Sha Donuts

FIX is an alfresco poolside cafe located in HomeTeamNS-JOM club in Balestier. Started by the team who own Grub in Bishan Park, this workshop-style cafe is built on the premise of ‘Original Homemade Goods’, featuring cakes, coffee, milkshakes and some savoury items made in-house daily. From the name to its décor, we can see a […]

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SIFU – Jack of All Trades, Master Of

The word ‘Sifu’ in Cantonese means ‘master’ or ‘teacher’, often used as a respectful form of address. SIFU is also the name of a new Hong Kong café of sorts at Bugis Junction, and you may go in expecting they are the ‘master’ of many dishes. Well. The interior does look quite promising, modern and […]

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