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Singapore Coffee Festival is brewing now in Singapore F1 Pit 10 – 12 June 2016

Coffee lovers will rejoice at the idea of having unlimited coffee in one setting! From 10 Jun – 12 Jun 2016 (11am – 9pm) for the public at F1 Pit Stop, more than 100 exhibitors from the coffee and café industry will be there with barista challenge showcases and talk sessions (reminded me of my lectures in the uni, except perhaps more interesting).

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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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Antoinette – It’s A Croissant Party – Salted Egg, Chili Crab, Matcha, Kaya, Cheese, Salted Caramel

The salted egg croissant craze swept through Singapore, and Antoinette was not spared. Helming the pastry kitchen is Chef Pang, who specializes in delicate and intricate French pastries. We were not surprised when Antoinette would release their own version of Salted Egg croissant ($6.50) which was our personal Favourite in Singapore – Flaky and buttery croissant with a grainy salted

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Bao Makers – Singapore’s Little Bao?

Bao Makers as its name suggest is a BAO-centric café selling HOT fluffy buns (Bao) with a modern fusion twist. Other than Baos, it serves other mains such as Buta Yaki Spaghetti, teriyaki don and sides such as nacho cheese fries or the ever popular truffle fries. Situated a few doors apart from The Bravery Café and Two Bakers, the

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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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Salted Egg (molten lava) croissant at Seven Oaks Bakery Cafe, Johor Bahru JB

  Following the hype of Salted Egg Croissant in Hong Kong (Urban Bakery Works) and Kuala Lumpur (Le Bread Days), Seven Oaks Bakery Café introduced their version of Salted Egg Liu Sha Croissant in their latest outlet in Jalan Serampang, Johor. There is just this magical effect of salted egg yolk that makes one irresistible and falling head over heels for!

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