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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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Zi Char with Modern twist at Keng Eng Kee (KEK Pandan Gardens)

We used to frequent the KEK Alexandra (it gets crowded these days) and their moonlight horfun is our must order every-time without fail. When we learnt about the newly opened Keng Eng Kee at Pandan Gardens, we paid a visit there a week before CNY since it is just a stone’s throw away from home. Thai style tofu ($8) for

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Choo Choo Chicken 츄츄 Opens 3rd outlet at Pasarbella, Suntec City

I have forgotten the number of times I visited Choo Choo Chicken but this was my first time at the new outlet that opened 2 days ago at Suntec Pasarbella. (Read about my previous visit)   They serve up the usual menus as the other two outlets, expect fried chickens (chicken tenders, balls, wing or whole chicken) and cham chi rice burger where tuna/spam/bulgogi

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Teng Tea Dessert Cafe – Bingsu, Shibuya Toast, Milk Shake At Farrer Park

Teng Tea Dessert Café may seem promising at a glance, offering all the trending food this year. Think Bingsu, Shibuya Toast, Milk Shake (Instagrammers alert!) Setting up at populated Rangoon Road opposite Old Hen Coffee Bar which were known for their Cold Brew, this quaint, white café would probably attract some attention. The bingsu will cost between $8.90 and $12.90,

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Tiong Bahru Bakery

Talk about Tiong Bahru Bakery and what’s the first thing that comes to your mind? Their kouign amann, croissants or their wide selection of pastries? Tiong Bahru Bakery has recently sweeten their dessert offerings with 8 classics that employ traditional French baking techniques.   First up, there’s choux pastries which are generally a type of fluffy pastry dough that is

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Nest Tea Bar

Are you Coffee or TEA?   Tea lovers would rejoice at the opening of Nest Tea Bar located along South Bridge Road. The interior of Nest Tea Bar is beautiful with vintage chairs and furniture, providing a modern and quiet setting for patrons to enjoy and immersed in their tea experience while admiring its chic interior. Interior Given that Nest

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Paddy Hills Cafe

Paddy Hills took over the famous South Buona Braised Duck Rice and today marks their second day of operation. A step into the café and we were greeted to the strong fragrance of coffeebeans The setting of the café was rather impressive, with a coffee counter with bar seats, cosy corners for couples and a communal table for large groups.

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