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C Nai Hong Kong Cafe Xpress 师奶茶餐厅 - Crowded Café with a Crowded Menu

“The one at East Coast. Daniel, you must go and TRY!” When Melissa saw that I was writing on a whole series on Hong Kong cafes, she very excitedly told me to venture to the Far East. “The fried squid’s very good.  Number  430. So is the chicken in hot plate. That’s 403. Don’t get confused. Braised E-Fu Noodles too! 101.” She’s that good that she remembers the number. I don’t know how she does that especially when the items on the menu are jumbled....

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Whatever Cafe - It's Vege-Paradiso at Whatever

Whatever Cafe – It’s Vege-Paradiso at Whatever

Vegetarians can rejoice at Whatever Café (not to be mistaken for that ‘Whatever/Anything’ canned drink), a diner fronted by the “mystical” Whatever Yoga/Bookstore/Healing Space along the very hip Keong Saik Street. Dining amidst mystical New Age books, Tarots, Astrological charts, enchanting Angelic charms, Wiccan spells and healing crystals, the menu...

July 03, 2008
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Pu Tien Restaurant 莆田菜馆 - Delectable Flavours of Simple Village Life, 1 Michelin Star

Pu Tien Restaurant 莆田菜馆 – Delectable Flavours of Simple Village Life, 1 Michelin Star

Pu Tien Restaurant at Kitchener Road has been awarded 1 Michelin Star in the Singapore Michelin Guide 2016. Seeking a Chinese restaurant for family meals, one often finds it hard to find a suitable place: too crowded, too expensive, or too flavourful. Pu Tien, however, should be a...

June 30, 2008
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