Milkcow Singapore 밀크카우 – Korean Soft Serve No Queue Yet, Slightly Better Than The Rest

Did Milkcow come to Singapore half a year too late? I wonder. Taiwanese brand Honey Creme and Spanish frozen yogurt Llao Llao had already caused snaking queues at one point ...

10 New Salad Shops In Singapore – Eat Green, Eat Clean

Since I am kind of on a diet (difficult for a food blogger) and was eating A LOT of salad while detoxing, I had new found love for salad bars. ...

10 Most Romantic Restaurants In Singapore – The Atas Edition

Friends ask me for the “Most Romantic Restaurants In Singapore” ALL THE TIME – for Valentine’s Day meals, birthdays, special dates and anniversaries. I think thrice before dropping a name ...

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Maisen Tonkatsu とんかつ まい泉 – Best Japanese Tonkatsu In Tokyo

[Tokyo, Japan] Best tonkatsu in Tokyo とんかつ まい泉. Need I say anymore? ...

Best Wonton Noodles In Hong Kong 香港最佳雲吞面

[Hong Kong] No country serves wonton noodles (pronounced ‘wantan min’ in Cantonese) ...

Marble 8 – Steakhouse In KL With Fine Dining Flair

[Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia] While it seems like a truly challenging task, Marble ...

Gogyo Ramen 五行 – Burnt & Umami, Favourite Ramen In Japan

Best ramen in Kyoto, maybe even Japan. Friends may be surprised that ...

Marini’s on 57 – Kuala Lumpur’s Highest Italian Restaurant and Rooftop Bar A Beauty

[Kuala Lumpur] When we talk about Kuala Lumpur’s food culture, street food ...

Gontran Cherrier Tokyo – Some Of The Best Pastries, Especially The Croissant

[Tokyo, Japan] The Japanese make some of the best pastries in the ...

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Les Délices – Patisserie Sets Foot In Chinatown

Choux on clogs? My mum will probably scream if she sees me putting my FOOD (not foot) on the clogs. These red clogs would come in handy for the Chinese New Year, which I could probably use under the mahjong table instead of my usual red underwear (Okay, Daniel says TMI). Choux, pronounced as “shoo” […]

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10 Foods To Fight The Flab – Doctors From Raffles Medical Group Share Their Favourite Health Food & Dining Tips

What do doctors choose to eat during their lunch? Since they would be the people who know best what to, and what not to eat? We speak to 5 doctors from Raffles Medical Group to get recommendations of what to eat when dining out and some very useful health and diet tips. The beginning of […]

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Délifrance – Award Winning Heritage Croissant Is Tastier, Crispier and Healthier + Vouchers Giveaway

You might have noticed that the croissants at Délifrance in Singapore looked different , and prettier – a fuller longer shape, deeper golden brown exterior, more folds and seemingly more crisp. My observations over the shelves proved to be right. Délifrance did enhance their croissants. Délicieux! The Heritage Croissant was a surprise, but welcomed change. […]

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Lady M – New Cakes & All Day Breakfast At Orchard Central

This Lady M at Orchard Central did have a New York feel, looking like no other cake shops in Singapore. Stylish, contemporary, elegant and white. Though you may get lost initially. Go upstairs or downstairs? Queue where huh? Customers can choose to enter via Level 1 or 2, with most of the seating area concentrated […]

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FatCat Ice Cream Bar – Gourmet Waffles & Plated Desserts In The Heartlands

All waffles have their bad days, and it was unfortunately mine. No, it didn’t flow. The liu sha didn’t liu. I was referring to the Gourmet Charcoal Waffles served with salted egg yolk custard sauce ($6 w/o ice cream) at FatCat Ice Cream Bar at Bedok North Ave 2, which was on many hipster café-hoppers […]

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a.e.i.o.u. – Vintage Café Where Art Comes Alive

a.e.i.o.u represents the vowels of the alphabets. This is also the name of the café at King George’s Avenue, so named because their theme is about going back to basics, centering on a lifestyle of green conscious living. The exterior signboard spelt “Oriental”, converted from an antique shop built in the mid 70s. The interior, […]

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Carol Mel Café – Cakes and Ipoh-Inspired Home Dishes

Friends working at Tai Seng Ubi would be surprised to find many new cafes and salad shops in their hood. Where? What? Take a 3 minute from Exit A of Tai Seng MRT, and you will find a mustard yellow building called The Commerze @ Irving, containing Carol Mel Café, Grasso Coffee, Salads Wraps and […]

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Froth – Café At Big Hotel Promising, But Not Quite There Yet

Froth Café would face the challenge of standing out from the rest of the many many cafes. Not that the food is no good. After all the chef used to be from Tippling Club. But it needs some character, and refining of its prices. The café is located at the basement level of Big Hotel […]

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The Food Blogger Went For A 7 Days Detox, And…

This food blogger went for a 7-Day Detox, and there are the results. First things first, why? The last half of 2014 was the time I saw tremendous weight gain, due to numerous food trips overseas, indulging when I went for buffets, and year-end festive celebrations. I could not find time to exercise properly, especially […]

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49 Seats – A Second Seating At Orchard Central

”Are there only 49 seats available at 49 Seats?” My friend asked. That’s true when they first started out at the first outlet at Blk 49 Kreta Ayer Road. 49 Seats had since expanded beyond 49 seating capacity for their 1st outlet and moved on to their 2nd one at Orchard Central, catering to the […]

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