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Chikuwatei Nishi - Fun Japanese Concept By Chikuwa Tei At Holland Village. Barachirashi At $9.80

A bright yellow and fuchsia pink signboard is up at one end of Holland Village. The vibrant colours got me interested enough for a visit, then I realised it was the sister outlet of Chikuwa Tei and Manzoku by Yoi Group. Chikuwatei Nishi at 48 Lorong Mambong is a new izakaya-style concept by the group, but has younger, more casual vibes. (Prices are more ‘casual’ downstairs than upstairs though.) Both Chikuwa Tei and Manzoku have been popular for their chirashi bowls and thick-sliced sashimi, so one should come expecting similar this newest outlet. There are two levels. (Photo credit:......

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Kurasu Singapore -  Japanese Specialty Cafe From Kyoto At Odeon Towers. One Of The Best Matcha Lattes Around

Kurasu Singapore – Japanese Specialty Cafe From Kyoto At Odeon Towers. One Of The Best Matcha Lattes Around

Kurasu, which means “to live” or “lifestyle” in Japanese, started off as a Japanese homeware store in Australia. It eventually led to a retail space in owner Yozo Otsuki’s hometown, Kyoto in 2016. It has arrived in Singapore at Odeon Towers, North Bridge Road. Focusing on both the Japanese...

July 12, 2017
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HYGGE – Cosy Floral Themed Café at Haji Lane, with Matcha and Thai Milk Tea Cake

HYGGE – Cosy Floral Themed Café at Haji Lane, with Matcha and Thai Milk Tea Cake

Not “Hy-gge”, nor “Hi-gge”. Pronounced as “Hue-guh”, this is Danish term which denotes the way of living by appreciating life’s simple pleasure, or to pursue quality coziness in individual’s well-being. Sounds cheem. Being shortlisted as Oxford Dictionaries Words of the Year in 2016, the lifestyle concept of “hygge” became...

June 30, 2017
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