La Nonna Holland Village – Sunday Family Brunch Of Free Flow Italian Cuisine at $39++. Delizioso!

The last time I been to La Nonna at Holland Village, I remember the restaurant for its hearty classic Italian dishes, especially the traditional Venetian-style tiramisu. Its name ‘La Nonna’ ...

Marrybrown – Malaysia’s Popular Fried Chicken Shop Has Returned To Singapore

One of those things that I do, going all the way to Sentosa iFly for fried chicken. Marrybrown that is.Yes, that popular Halal fastfood chain that originated from Malaysia. Fried ...

Lady M Westgate – She Journeyed To The West

She has arrived. The West is getting more, and more happening. After having a satisfying meal at Mak’s Noodle Westgate, I found myself inside Lady M just steps away. For ...

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Quintessence – 3 Star Michelin Restaurant At Tokyo Is Classy, Subtly Exceptional

The French word “Quintessence” exemplifies quality, refinement, and class. This would perfectly ...

Fuunji 風雲児 – Umami Fish Based Tsukemen & Ramen

[Tokyo, Japan] Fu-unji 風雲児 is tsukemen like never before, creamy broth of ...

Wafels & Dinges – Best Belgian Waffle in NYC, Most Popular Food Truck

[New York City] Awarded “Best Belgian Waffle in NYC”, “Most Popular Food ...

Kyushu Jangara 九州じゃんがら – Awesome Tonkotsu Ramen At Harajuku

[Tokyo, Japan] No. I did not walk past Harajuku half a dozen ...

9 Best Restaurants In Hong Kong (And The Price Tag)

Hong Kong is THE go-to city for food, anything from dai pai ...

The Coffee Academics – Listed As One Of The World’s Best Coffee Shop

[Hong Kong] The Telegraph listed Hong Kong’s The Coffee Academics as one ...

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A-One Bak Kut Teh – BKT At The Star Vista, Passable

In an examination-obsessed country like Singapore, the very sound of “A-One” can trigger off sensations of achievement and pride. A-One Claypot has the right name then. Famous for their dried scallop porridge, the local restaurant chain has further diversified into Bak Kut Teh business, offering Singapore’s 1st Claypot Bak Kut Teh Porridge. A-One’s porridge and […]

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The Butchers Club Burger – Juicy, Flavourful, One Of The Best To Arrive

This is the year of the burgers. The Butchers Club Burger, considered as one of the best burger joints in Hong Kong, has opened its first in Singapore at Clarke Quay. Burgers, burgers, who many already? MEATLiquor, Wildfire, Jack Ripper, DOJO, Potato Head Folk, and we hear that Shake Shack is considering coming to Singapore. […]

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Artisan C. Specialty Coffee – Cafe In An Art Space, With Young Budding Baristas

Seldom you will find a café within an art gallery – peaceful, tranquil, with viewable surroundings. Finding Artisan C. Specialty Coffee can be challenging for first timers, at Suntec City Mall North Wing Tower 1, opposite Lamborghini Showroom and Pasar Bella. Our informant was also quick to point out that the baristas in the house, […]

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Mak’s Noodle – 2nd Branch At Westgate Offers Smooth Silky Congee

The famous Mak’s Noodle from Hong Kong has opened its 2nd outlet at Jurong Westgate, and this should appeal to the nearby office crowd and families to venture over for a fuss-free Cantonese style meal. Mak’s Noodle is perhaps Hong Kong most famous wonton institution, once branded to be “Best Wonton Noodle In Hong Kong”. […]

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Churro101 츄러스 – Korean “Better Than Boyfriend” Churros Coming To Singapore

Rejoice Churro lovers! Popular Korean Churro chain Churro 101 츄러스 is coming to Singapore at Bugis Plus. Churro101 has gained a huge fan base since its opening in 2011. Some of its fans include top K-pop groups likes Girls’ Generation, F(x), Miss A and Girls’ Days. They say their churros are “Better than a boyfriend”. […]

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Menmaru Japanese Udon & Ramen – Another Udon Stall With Fried Items

Compared to the other Japanese noodle counterpart – The Ramen, Udon only got more popular in Singapore during recent years, largely contributed to the opening of Tamoya Udon. Menmaru Udon (Isten Scotts), Udon Goen (Wisma Atria) and Idaten Udon (City hall) are all new udon entries to the local market. However, they are more or […]

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The Coffee Academics – Hong Kong’s Popular Coffee Shop Has Arrived In Singapore

The Telegraph named it one of “the world’s best coffee shops”; Buzzfeed listed it under “25 coffee shops around the world you have to see before you die”; I just know this is my must-have coffee in Hong Kong. Coffee lovers, The Coffee Academics has arrived from Hong Kong to Singapore. (Read: The Coffee Academics […]

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Som Tam – ‘After You’ Toast, Green Curry Pasta, and Tom Yum Truffle Fries

There are a few different types of Thai restaurants in Singapore – the authentic, the mass-market, the upmarket, the Chinese-style, the cheap and affordable, the middle ground … and Som Tam which attempts to be the Thai modern fusion. ‘Fusion’ though, may not be the best word to describe its food. Located at Level 8 […]

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Haru Haru – Tendon and Chirashi Don So Satisfying, Found At AMK Jubilee Square!

The truth is, I haven’t been to Ang Mo Kio’s Jubilee Square for a while and ventured there to try out Haru Haru, a new Japanese family restaurant on the 2nd level. Who would have thought? This humble eatery actually serves up quite decent fare at prices that won’t break the bank, especially its satisfying […]

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Sixty6 – Authentic, Affordable Thai Food At Selegie

Food has brought me to a student hostel at Short Street. If the name sounds unfamiliar, the building painted in grey with big white fonts is near Selegie, diagonally across the famous Rochor Beancurd. Ample carparking space is available. Sixty6 is the first F&B outlet opened there, an under-the-radar Thai restaurant. Its location is strategic […]

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