Top 10 Express Eats In Singapore

You know how it is when we have a movie to catch at night and we need to have dinner first? Or you just want to have something fuss-free for ...

The Beo Crescent Food Centre Guide brought to you by NETS FlashPay

Just a short walk away from Tiong Bahru and Havelock Road is one of my favourite Beo Crescent Market and Food Centre. While it may not be as in the ...

Homemade Pizza Creations with Perfect Italiano Pizza Plus

What’s your favourite pizza? Many of you may quickly say Hawaiian – love those ham, pineapple and cheese. The classic Hawaiian Pizza is a family favourite, and probably one of ...

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Du Xiao Yue 度小月 – Tainan Traditional Noodles With Over 100 Years Of History

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The Western Australia & Margaret River Gourmet Escape Self-drive Convoy with DanielFoodDiary! Special Departure 18 Nov

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Aranzi Café – Cuteness Overload in Japanese Themed Cafe in Taipei

[Taipei, Taiwan] Themed cafes in Taipei are so huge you feel like ...

Little Bao – Asian Burgers At Hong Kong Central Is Hip & Cool

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Nassim Hill Bakery Bistro Bar – New Menu, 1-for-1 Mains with DBS Card!

Many are familiar with Nassim Hill Bakery Bistro Bar for fresh bakery offering, all-day-breakfast and hearty cakes. Their revamped dinner menu presents quite a wide selection of starters, entrees, salads, sandwiches, pizzas, pasta and mains. This is also one of those bistros that start its dinner menu at an unconventional time of 4pm, just in […]

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Honey Creme – Korean Style Soft Serve In Singapore. Expect Long Long Queues

It is not surprising that the queue at Honey Creme, the Korean style soft serve to launch at Singapore’s 313 @ Somerset, is super-duper long. The same happened in Taiwan and Hong Kong, the location next to a taxi stand is ‘conducive’ for queuing, and the PR agency handling its account is already known to […]

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Imakatsu – Oishii Japanese Tonkatsu at Star Vista

Another Japanese tonkatsu specialised store arrives to Singapore, this time one which has a flagship at Roppongi and branch within Ginza. The simple breaded deep fried pork dish has always been one of my favourite comfort food, though my luck with getting tender ones are about 50-50 in Singapore, with my more reliable sources being […]

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Rabbit Owl Depot – Their Snow Flake Waffles Could Win Your Heart Over

Another ice cream café with waffles. Before you dismiss Rabbit Owl Depot as yet another new cafe in Singapore, this ice cream parlor opposite the National Libary has both potential and heart. Why Rabbit and Owl? These are actually the owners’ nicknames – ‘Oot-Oot” and ‘Bit-Bit’, that’s what they call each other during courtship. A […]

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Rhubarb Le Restaurant – French Cuisine From The Au Petit Salut Team

Rhubarb is an ingredient used in tarts and cakes, giving them a distinct sweet flavour and a pretty pinkish-purple shade. It is also the name of the French restaurant – Rhubarb Le Restaurant, which has earned favourite reviews amongst many local food critics. But of course, the Duxton Hill restaurant is helmed by Chef Paul […]

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Two Bakers – Café At Horne Road Hits The Sweet Spot

Two Bakers is actually a bakery café owned by 3 girl friends. Bakers Kristl and Erica met in Paris while pursuing their Le Cordon Bleu adventure of learning French pastries. Erica hit it off with ex-colleague Jessica who had a passion for cooking. They came together to live a dream, with the setting up of […]

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The Quarters – Café With Different Food. Salted Egg Fries & Durian Brulee

Food wise, The Quarters offers mains and desserts quite different from the other 149 new cafes. It’s a risk to take. Let’s hope that being atypical pays off. The Quarters finds itself at the revamped extension of Icon Village at Tanjong Pagar, joining neighbours Two Men Bagel House, Jasper’s Pantry, Sumire Yakitori, OKG Express, Munch […]

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Hakata Ikkousha CHIJMES – New Branch, Tonkotsu Ramen Better Than Before

“Oh, Chijmes had quite a revamp!” Many of my friends won’t know that, since Chijmes had fallen out of radar for some time. But I loved the new look, new restaurants, especially with many Japanese restaurants in a single row – Gyu-Kaku Prime, Shabu Shabu On-Yasai, Shirokiya Healthy Japanese Dining, Tatsu and Tonzaemon by Ma […]

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The Tiong Bahru Club Singapura – Heritage Style Bistro & Taproom

My favourite Tiong Bahru estate continues to transform. Block 57 at the corner previously stood with Loo’s Hainanese Cury Rice (moved to 71 Seng Poh), Sum Long Teochew Braised Duck, and Xian Ji Porridge. That is a thing of the past. Yes, there was a sense of loss. Then came The Tiong Bahru Club Singapura. […]

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Henri Charpentier – Stunning Desserts, But Way Too Expensive

Yes, Henri Charpentier, that famous popular pretty Japanese patisserie chain is in Singapore. Their opening at Dempsey Hill would set some hearts thrilling for some of their signature cakes, pastries, madeleine, financiers and flambé desserts. Though I must qualify, that I could possibly be of the few, who would say something vaguely negative about my […]

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