Category Archives: Cafe – North

What to eat this National Day 2016

RED Velvet waffles plated on the edible National Flag? Yes, this is available at Spathe / Mu Parlour / Kitchenette from 6- 9 August in celebration of the Nation’s Birthday and is going at 51% off the usual price at $7.84++ Natural red coloring cream cheese sauce and icing sugar frames up the edible national flag. If you are wondering

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Fish & Chicks, Cheap Western Food at Ang Mo Kio

[Updated 05/07/2016 : Fish & Chicks opens a second outlet in Orchard Cineleisure Basement 1 Food Court] We made a trip up North to AMK for this hot chick in town, following the craze over anything salted egg. So how does this western food situated within a coffee shop with café-standard plating fare? Here’s a glance at their menu. Do

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Lola’s Cafe – New Space, New Menu

Aloha Lola! Lola’s Café always reminded me of their Honey glazed Paprika Wings and I was often turned off by the long queue previously. Now with an expanded space just next door, the queue was greatly shortened and this calls for another visit there. Zooming in to their menu, we went straight for the new dishes – Plated Desserts, and

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16 Best Shibuya Toasts In Singapore Cafes

When we first had our first dose of Shibuya Toast in Bangkok’s After You Café, we started our hunt for it in Singapore. After all, Singaporeans love desserts and the combination of cold ice cream on top of warm thick toast was just so comforting. It took us some time to try out the best Shibuya toasts around in Singapore

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The Guide to Thai Milk Tea In Singapore Cafes And Restaurants

Thai Milk Tea had become a common drink in Singapore and not just limited to dining in Thai food restaurants. We noticed an upcoming surge of cafes offering Iced Thai Milk Tea too, for dining in and for takeaway. Thai Milk Tea could be a meal on its own, with the carnation milk/ condensed milk added for sweetening (Calories!?!?) and

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New Korean Shaved Milk Bingsu Cafes In Singapore

Bingsu! So perfect for this hot weather. The Korean bingsu craze in Singapore continues as the temperature rises. First originated in Korea, the bingsu is the korean version of our local ice kachang. And many people will not understand the large difference in price, perhaps just like locals and expats. Korean Bingsu is now differentiated into 2 big camps: the

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The Ultimate Guide to Cafes With Thai Milk Tea

We know that Lava Cake, Rainbow Cake, Red Velvet Cake is so yesterday… With so many cafes and so many varieties out there… what can really attract your attention? For us… It’s…. (drumroll…) THAI MILK TEA! It’s like a hidden gem… not too common, under-rated , yet addictive. So in this guide, we uncover this hidden gem and introduce the wonder

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