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Paddy Hills Cafe at South Buona Vista Road

Paddy Hills took over the famous South Buona Braised Duck Rice a year ago and its been some time since we last came here for brunch! A step into the café and we were greeted to the strong fragrance of coffee. The setting of the café was rather impressive, with a coffee counter with bar seats, cosy corners for couples

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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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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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Smoothie House – Popular Taiwan Dessert Is Now in Singapore!

【Updated 30/05/2016】 Popular Taiwan Ice Shaving Desserts from Yong Kang Street landed itself a spot in Singapore (make it 3) one in Raffles Place, one at Paya Lebar Square and the latest one at Westgate in the west. Offering their Snowflake Ice Series ($12.90-$15.90), Mini Ice Series ($6.90) and Smoothie ($6.50). A total of 5 flavours were available: Mango (our favourite), Strawberry, yogurt,

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The Nomad and Beyond Plate – Pop up at Stirling Beauty World

Pop-up cafes seem the be the IN trend nowadays, and at Stirling, it’s a common spot for start up owners to set up a pop up to “test” the market. Café concept in the day by Ohana Café on weekdays and mobile café The Nomad on weekends, Stirling bar at night, more accessible with the opening of Downtown Line: Beauty

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The Queen’s Cats – Tai Tai High Tea Cafe at Holland Village

If you see Barbarella at Holland Village, chances are she will most likely be at The Queen’s Cats, with a Tiffany blue interior (just like Dazzling Cafe), dainty tea sets perfect for a tai tai afternoon tea session and an ambience with an English charm. Situated right beside Coffee Beans along Holland Village is a 2 storeys high building with a

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Blocs Inc – Build You Own Coffee At Paya Lebar Square

Previously known as Kaldi’s Berry at China Square, they had just changed their name and location to Blocs Inc. at Paya Lebar Sqaure. The idea behind this café was relatively simple. Blocs, building blocks, build your own coffee. Each building block contains a microchip that will be able to generate your desired coffee at the counter. Sounds similar to Beesket

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Atmosphere Cafe Bistro – 2nd outlet at Alexandra Central

So kawaii! My friends screamed when they saw cute 3D latte art floating on their coffee, and not wanting to drink and ‘destroy’ it. Apart from Chock Full of Beans that served 3D latte art, these cute little 3D foams resulted in a big hype over social media. The first outlet for Atmosphere Bistro opened at East Coast road, with

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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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Pancake Boss Singapore – Indonesian Martabak Manis Opened at Bugis Cube

We see many versions of pancakes here in Singapore – from western type of thick fluffy pancakes or the thin version in MacDonalds to the Chinese type of min jiang kueh (面煎粿)that we see in hawker centres. Martabak Manis, Indonesian thick pancake, is the alternative name for min jiang kueh (面煎粿). The cross sectional area revealed a honeycomb- like structure, giving it a

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