Tag Archives: Snack

Ireland’s Potatoes – Popular Fries Chain from Hong Kong & Taiwan Comes To Bugis+

Wait a minute! You mean the potatoes sold at Ireland’s Potatoes are not from Ireland? Before you feel cheated, the shop is so named after it was “inspired” by the “Great Potato” famine in Ireland’s during 1845, which made the Irish treasure potatoes a lot more. Therefore it was Irish’s passionate and appreciative attitude toward […]

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Ji Guang Xiang Xiang Ji 继光香香鸡 – Taiwan’s Most Addictive Chicken Pieces

[Taipei, Taiwan] Since everyone is talking about Scooting off to Taiwan at $88, I have my own visions of what to do when I first reach Taipei – rush off to Ximending to eat Ji Guang Xiang Xiang Ji 继光香香鸡! Talking about fried chicken street food, Taiwan Hotstar Hao Da’s super large XXL chicken cutlet, […]

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Pizza & Empanadas – An Argentinian “Curry Puff” anyone?

If you have not tried one before, an empanada is a baked stuffed pastry popular in many Latin American countries. The name comes from the word ‘empanar’ which means ‘to wrap in bread’. This version looks almost like our local curry puffs, except that it is baked instead of deep-fried. Attracted to the fragrant smells […]

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Chef Tony’s – We Have The Popcorn Fever

It seems like Singapore has caught on a popcorn fever. And popcorn can is no longer relegated as cinema food, and can be considered a ‘gourmet snack’. Other than the very popular Garrett Popcorn, I was quite excited to find a new popcorn shop at Marina Square. Chef Tony’s which originated from the Philippines will […]

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[Closed] Tip Top The Puff Factory – Now Available In Town

Updated: Tip Top Curry Puff at Plaza Singapura has closed. My guess is that the store did not keep up with its original standards of cripsy hot piping puffs with rich fillings of potato and chicken chunks. I have been going back but portions keep shrinking, and the puffs didn’t look too fresh. Many customers […]

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Gindaco Takoyaki – What’s The Long Queue At Ion All About?

You might have seen the perpetual long queue for Takoyaki at Basement 4 Ion Orchard. But isn’t it just simple Tako Balls? Last week, there was a relatively short queue about 4 people and I took my stand to see what the whole fuss was all about. Takoyaki, the well-liked Japanese dumpling snack first popularised […]

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