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10 Durian Desserts in Singapore - Mao Shan Wang Lava Croissant, Durian Kaya Toast And More. Ultimate Guide To The King Of Fruits

Durians are known to be the smelliest fruit on Earth, described as “taste like heaven, but smell like hell”. Known to come in various shapes and sizes, durians are now labelled with Chinese names that gets more flamboyant over the years and numbers such as D13, D21, D24 that is nowhere close to a winning 4D number. As Singapore’s favourite fruit, so much that we have an entire building – The Esplanade shaped like one (I mean two), durian comes from the Malay word ‘duri’ which means thorns as seen from its outward appearance Just when durian fruit gets......

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10 Must-Try Sydney Cafes – For Drool-Worthy Brunch, Instagrammable Cakes, And A Good Cup Of Coffee

10 Must-Try Sydney Cafes – For Drool-Worthy Brunch, Instagrammable Cakes, And A Good Cup Of Coffee

It was only after typing this entry when I realised I missed Sydney’s cafes that much… Devon’s Sakuma, Bourke Street Bakery’s Funnel Sausage Roll, Single O’s Coffee, and of course the famed Strawberry Watermelon Cake from Black Star Pastry. The Australians just do their coffee differently – balanced,...

July 04, 2018
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10 Instagrammable NEW Cafes In Singapore 2018 - The Chio, Unique, And Under-The-Radar

10 Instagrammable NEW Cafes In Singapore 2018 – The Chio, Unique, And Under-The-Radar

What makes a café “instagrammable”? That definition changes time to time, sometimes faster than how instagrammers change their pre-fixed filters or pod-friends. There was a time when the industrial look was IN for cafes, with cement screed floors, eclectic furnishing, exposed pipes and that lonesome bicycle somewhere around. There...

June 17, 2018
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10 Best Dim Sum Restaurants In Singapore - Top Chinese Restaurants Which Serve Mouthfuls Of Happiness

10 Best Dim Sum Restaurants In Singapore – Top Chinese Restaurants Which Serve Mouthfuls Of Happiness

Dim sum – the perfect amalgamation of comfort, taste, and traditions. Translated as ‘touch the heart’, the Chinese-style cuisine consists of bite-sized appetizers usually served during tea time and brunches. The types of dim sum can be so wide-ranging, features endless variety of scrumptious, sweet, and savory snacks that...

June 13, 2018
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