10 Nutella Desserts You Find In Singapore – Milkshakes, Doughnuts, Tarts, Crepes

Nutella, the Italian sweetened hazelnut chocolate spread that you can find in so many pastries, cakes and desserts. I got so ‘addicted’ to the taste once that it would be ...

Kokomama Marketplace – Bingsu + Rice Bowls + Pastries + Curry Chicken at SOTA

This is one of those cafes that has excellent location, but offer such diverse food items that it may risk losing a unique voice of its own. Kokomama Marketplace at ...

Seattle Pike Chowder – Famous New England Chowder In Singapore

There I was, walking up in sweat from Dhoby Ghaut MRT to the new Singapore Pinacothèque de Paris at Fort Canning Arts Centre. All for a bowl of clam chowder. ...

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Sukiyabashi Jiro すきやばし次郎 – What To Expect, How To Reserve

[Tokyo, Japan] Jiro Dreams Of Sushi. I dreamt of his sushi. 3-star ...

Afuri Ramen 阿夫利 – Tokyo’s Refreshing Yuzu Ramen

[Tokyo, Japan] After having so many different types of tonkotsu ramen in ...

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

[Hong Kong] Can I say I am once envious of my Hong ...

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

[Hong Kong] The 90 plus year old Kau Kee at Gough Street ...

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 ...

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Hoshino Coffee – Popular Japanese Cafe At Capitol Piazza

Hoshino Coffee is one of those Japanese cafes that get divided views – some like its selection of Western-Japanese food, while others have feedback about the long waiting time and service. This review is for Hoshino Coffee at Capitol Piazza, which is one of the most popular restaurants, in a rather sparse mall. On its […]

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10 Must Try Stalls At Maxwell Food Centre – Not Just Tian Tian Chicken Rice

Maxwell Food Centre is one of those food centres that both tourists and Singapore locals go to. I say this because some food spots get overly touristy and commercialized, but Maxwell is a convenient go-to for affordable credible Singapore food throughout the day till supper. Many people venture to Maxwell for Tian Tian Chicken Rice, […]

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10 Reasons Why I Like Snapchat (And Why You Should Use It Too)

When I asked my polytechnic class how important Facebook is, the surprising (to some) answer was “Facebook is for old people!” The sudden realization of our wider than wide generation gap, and that many young people avoid certain social media precisely because their parents are on it. So what is next? Snapchat. Shap what? I […]

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9 Cafes At Ang Mo Kio – More To Explore At PM Lee’s Constituency

Every time I go to Ang Mo Kio, it is for food (and friends-visiting). Other than being known as ‘The Lee Hsien Loong constituency’ or ‘Westerner bridge’ area, I must say Ang Mo Kio is a rather colourful place with that kampong spirit – people are friendly and sincere, and cafes are mostly the down-to-earth […]

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Kaiserhaus – Food Of The Habsburg Empire, Authentic Austrian Cuisine

One of my favourite Eastern European cities is Vienna (Surprise it is not Prague) for the museums, architecture, food and feel of music in the air. The Figlmüller Schnitzel and Sacher Torte are foods I still fondly remember up to this day, even though my last trip there was more than 5 years ago. The […]

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Seoul Roll – Jinja? Korean Kimbap Kiosk At Raffles City

Jinja? Korean Kimbap or Gimbap can be found at this modern Modern Korean rice roll kiosk Seoul Roll at the basement of Raffles City. ‘Kim’ means fried seaweed while ‘bap’ refers to rice. Kimbap can be filled with anything from seasoned and fresh vegetables, egg, tuna, chicken, crab sticks to meat, usually eaten like as […]

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Hong Kong Wonton Noodle – HK Noodle House At Plaza Singapura

Itacho Sushi has opened a Hong Kong Wonton Noodle shop called, emm… Hong Kong Wonton Noodle. The team probably did not have time to brainstorm for a more creative name. Taking over the shop space previously occupied by Carl’s Junior, the Hong Kong based Taste of Japan Group endeavors to deliver authentic HK style noodles. […]

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Cake Spade – More Over The Top Milk Shakes In Singapore

Cake Spade calls its over the top milk shakes ‘Cakeshakes™’, complete with the trademark. If you are wondering what on earth is going on with these epic-looking milkshakes piled with ingredients of all kinds, they are the current trendy food on social media. These milkshakes started (surprise, surprise) at Canberra Australia, when the owner of […]

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5 Thai Coconut Ice Creams In Singapore – Same Same But Different

I-dtim Mat Phrao. That means ‘coconut ice cream’ in Thai. While we only used to see them sold by mobile ice cream vendors in Bangkok and stalls at JJ Chatuchak Weekend Market, Singapore is seeing a mini-wave of Thai dessert shops opening up. What I like about the Thai Coconut Ice Cream – It is […]

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The Oven Cafe Bistro – Chef Went From Dish Washer To Cafe Owner

The truth is, we didn’t exactly plan to eat at The Oven Café Bistro but Owner-Chef James Loh was very earnest, standing outside his shop to introduce the dishes. The café at Commerze Tai Seng is so named for a simple reason – Chef James uses the oven to cook most of his dishes. He […]

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