Category Archives: Family Gatherings

Rainbow Cheese Toastie in Singapore, Epicurious at Robertson Quay

Following the hype of Rainbow cheese toasties in Hong Kong (Kala Toast), Epicurious Café introduced their version of the gorgeous cheese toasties this week. You can get one now in Singapore! There is just this magical effect of pretty food that makes one ecstatic, all the more when it involves cheese (at least for me, haha) In case you are

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Hello Kitty Orchid Garden | Hello Kitty Cafe Singapore opens 24 hour in Changi Airport!

Hello Kitty Orchid Garden sets foot in Singapore Changi Airport Terminal 3 and is the world’s first to open for 24-hours! Now, you can not only have it for lunch and dinner, but breakfast and supper as well, in fact every meal of the day there. Different from the usual shades of pink seen at Hello Kitty Cafes, Hello Kitty

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NINJA BOWL – NINJA-licious Japanese-Inspired Rice Bowls at NETT prices

Having worked in Outram region for close to 3 years, my lunch haunts are usually within the Tiong Bahru or Chinatown enclave. But now, there’s more reason to venture further to Duxton Road – NINJA Bowl for their NINJA-licious bowls and brunch items! Taking over the place where Department of Caffeine used to be, Ninja Bowl serves Japanese inspired rice

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Cheng’s Gourmet Food Bar near NUS

A café situated a mere 3 minutes’ walk away from Kent Ridge Bus Terminal. WHAT?! Why didn’t it exist while I was still schooling in NUS? Apart from prata, naans and XLBs in the neighborhood, Cheng’s Gourmet Food Bar serves café bistro food (brunch dishes, burgers, risotto) with a homely twist. We felt transported back to the chemistry laboratories of

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Mao Shan Wang Durian Cake – Peony Jade Mother’s Day 2016

Are you and your family members durian lovers? And if your mom is a great fan of durian, this might be the perfect gift for her this Mother’s Day (a week away!) – MAO SHAN WANG Durian Cake! We are greeted with the strong aromatic durian scent after unwrapping it from the cake box. The present: a stunning heart-shaped neon

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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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Nice meating you – 8 Korean BBQ at The Central, Clarke Quay

Other than Tae Woo Korean Restaurant which serves the oh-so-awesome Korean Black Bean Noodle (JaJangMyeon) made famous for its constant appearance on Korean Dramas, 8 Korean BBQ is surely another Korean restaurant in The Central that’s worth a visit for its grilled meat and squid. 8 colors set $98 (inclusive of stew) Beautifully marbled manglitsa pork bellies marinated in 8

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Halal Western Food at My Secret Hideout Peachy’s at Bugis

So, we chanced upon this secret hideout (not so secret afterall eh?) when walking from Bugis towards Lavender after getting the kaya and matcha swiss rolls from Rich & Good Cake Shop. It was a weekend dinner timing and we waited for about 20 mins before getting a table for two. Thankfully we went with an half empty stomach (maybe

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Guide to Matcha Swiss Rolls in Singapore – Rolling In The Deep

You are my poison and my antidote Being Matchaholics, we go for anything matcha, loving its subtle tea flavour and beautiful color. Matcha desserts range from cakes, lava cakes, cheese cakes, brownies to swiss rolls. We went on a roll eating swiss rolls and discovered a few lesser-known ones as well. So what defines a good matcha swiss roll? A

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Goldleaf Restaurant – Authentic Taiwanese Porridge Classics

Goldleaf Restaurant specializing in porridge with Taiwanese dishes celebrates their 45th Anniversary tomorrow (16th March). They sure came a long way – 45 years of perseverance and hard work in serving authentic extensive menu of Taiwanese Porridge classics. What, 45 years? That’s way before I am born and since it was my virgin trip, I knew I had to try

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