After You Dessert Cafe – Thai Milk Tea Kakigori In Bangkok IS THE BOMB!

After You Dessert Cafe had been one of tourists (and locals) Favourite the past few years. And I see why is that so. With 18 outlets in Thailand, their signature Shibuya Toasts are no stranger to the fans. Think thick, soft, fluffy and buttery toast with scoop of ice cream and drizzled with maple syrup that was purely heaven (figuratively

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NINJA BOWL -Mentaiko Scrambled Eggs, Braised Beef Cheek Okonomiyaki In New Revamped Menu at Duxton

When Ninja Bowl first opened last year and we tried it (Read here), their menu focused primarily on rice bowls. Japanese rice bowls in Japanese names such as Geisha, Genki, Yasai. 9 months later, they stayed true to their Japanese inspiration and launched brunch food with a Japanese touch. Think Pork Katsu with cheesy mashed potato ($18), Salmon confit with

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Don Meijin – CHILLI CRAB Tendon at Bugis Plus

Chilli Crab tendon?! The tendon craze is real right here in Singapore and we had seen several Japanese tendon shoppings opening the last year. With a local twist added to create a Japanese-Singapore fusion, the Chilli crab tendon may suit the local palate more as the flavour is stronger and more robust compared to the traditional Japanese tendons. The word

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Kuro-Obi – Ippudo Opens FIRST Takeaway Ramen Bar in Marina Bay Sands

Kuro-Obi, the first in Asia, the second in the entire world (first outlet in New York City) had landed itself in Marina Bay Sands, next to the ice skating rink. Pretty much the cheapest food you can find in Marina Bay Sands (if you don’t consider food from the fod court). Using Tori-paitan, a chicken soup base known to be

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Gudetama Cafe Singapore Opens in Suntec City!

Adding on to the various themed café (Pokemon Café, Pompompurin Café and Hello Kitty Orchid Garden), Gudetama Café is the latest to hit the shores of Singapore. Nostalgic memories of the Gudetama Cafe in Hong Kong which i went almost a year ago! Gudetama Café Singapore is a joint venture between two local food brands, The Soup Spoon and Joe

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Travel Guide: Fly To Cebu Via TigerAir

Balut, mangoes, lechon (suckling pigs), these are many people’s first impressions about Philippines. More than just the usual options, more water recreational sports (Snorkeling, Diving) are available now at Cebu and Boracray. Woohoo! Sounds like an idea for a weekend staycation. Flying to Cebu is made easier with the implementation of several flights daily. Direct flights from Singapore to Cebu

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Tsuta Singapore – First Michelin Star Ramen Shop Opened In Singapore Pacific Plaza

A Michelin star in 2015, Tsuta became the FIRST Japanese ramen eatery to receive it, had opened their FIRST international outlet in Singapore. So many firsts! Fun facts:  Queue started at 6am in Japan, hoping to get a ticket to dine at the 9-seaters restaurant, which only serves 150 bowls of ramen daily. Tickets normally sell out by 8am even though the

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Starbucks Marina Bay Sands – The Only Outlet in Singapore with Siphon Brewing Method

Starbucks celebrated its 7th outlet Reserve Store at Marina Bay Sands this week. So what’s the difference between a Reserve store and the normal chain stores we see everywhere? The Reserve store has the rarest and small-lot coffees among Starbucks beans. Currently, Singapore Starbucks’ reserve beans are: Papua New Guinea Luoka – Bright acidity with lemon, orange notes, cocoa finish

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Epiphyte SG – Galaxy Cake At Neil Road

Located just next to Maxwell Food Centre, the stretch of shophouses welcome a new addition – Epiphyte. As I walked towards the counter with a wide selection of bakes on display, it was like a walk in the garden. Natural lighting pouring in at the end of the tunnel, I mean the cafe, the cafe smells of flowers. So floral,

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