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

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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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Noodle Stories – Chinese Noodle House With Delicious Biang Biang Mian

Biang Biang Noodles has been one of the most fascinating types of noodles on many levels. Its Chinese character ‘biang’ has 58 strokes (bet you would never get this word in ‘ting xie’), touted as “ten strange wonders of Shaanxi”, has been described like a belt, and can reach 3 feet in length! Noodle Stories […]

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Ramen Keisuke Tonkotsu King Matsuri – Probably The Best In This Part Of Singapore

I keep getting the question, “Where is the best ramen in Singapore?” or at least “Which is your favourite?” and it would be a toss-up of a few names. (Read: 111 Ramen Shops In Singapore – The Utltimate Ramen Guide) Ramen King Keisuke after striking gold with Tonkotsu King at Orchid Hotel continues to be […]

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Sabio By The Sea – Spanish Tapas Bar with Hits & Misses

Sabio By The Sea, Tapas Bar & Grill at Quayside Isle is already known for offering a Spanish gastronomical experience with a huge variety of tapas, grilled meats and seafood. It has now become more attractive to spend the weekday afternoon just relaxing and savouring Spanish cuisine. The weekday set lunch is priced at a […]

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Sakae Sushi – New Menu & New Creations. OCBC Cardmembers to Enjoy Exclusive Dining Privileges!

Haven’t been to Sakae Sushi in a while, the last time was for a value-for-money sushi buffet. The last I knew, the popular restaurant chain has just released more than 120 new items, incorporating Korean, French, Peranakan and Chinese flavours into Japanese dishes. Fans of Otah Otah, listen out… There are seven otah creations found […]

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Moc Quan – Authentic Tasting Pho & Banh Mi

There are many pho-tastic Vietnamese shops sprouting out in Singapore, as though it is the next fad after Japanese ramen. Few Vietnamese restaurants seem to be as dedicated as Moc Quan though, where baguettes for the banh mi are baked fresh daily, and owner Jeff Koh hand-carries fresh ingredients (about 100kg every 2 weeks) from […]

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