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BAKE Cheese Tart Singapore – Famous Hokkaido Cheese Tart Opened 1st Store in ION Orchard

We first had our first BAKE Cheese Tart in Hong Kong and oh man, 1.5 hours of queue, limited quantity for each purchase. But no regrets, it’s the BEST cheese tart we ever had. And till know, we are still dreaming about it. Wait, no need to dream because it had just opened their first outlet in Singapore! Woohoo! With

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Bingki – Korean Cup Bingsu Cafe at Tanjong Pagar

As the weather gets hotter, we start seeing more and more Korean bingsu cafes opening. Bingki is the newest addition to the bingsu family at Tanjong Pagar, opened 24/7! Located just opposite Orchid Hotel under the HDB block, this whitish Korean bingsu cafe’s signature item is their bingsu, one that is dressed cutely and looked like a bear. Kyota~~ The

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I See i See – Hong Kong Ice Popsicles Opened At 313 Somerset

Popular Icecream Popsicles with 4 outlets in Hong Kong opened their FIRST overseas outlet in Singapore 313 Somerset this summer! As a takeaway kiosk with other F&Bs at the basement 3 of 313 Somerset, their menu offered a range of fruity and milk- based ice pop ($5.90 – $7.90).  8-12 flavours would be available each time and no 2 ice pops are

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Ramen Keisuke Kani King: Crab Broth Ramen at Orchard Cineleisure

Ramen Keisuke strikes again with their all new CRAB Ramen (cue for screams) at Orchard Cineleisure today,soon after the success of Lobster King that opened at Clark Quay 2 weeks ago!  Located at level 1 of Cineleisure with a cosy space of 30 seaters, we spotted a brand new design in this outlet, since there’s no 2 similar Keisuke in Singapore,

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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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Lola’s Cafe – New Space, New Menu

Aloha Lola! Lola’s Café always reminded me of their Honey glazed Paprika Wings and I was often turned off by the long queue previously. Now with an expanded space just next door, the queue was greatly shortened and this calls for another visit there. Zooming in to their menu, we went straight for the new dishes – Plated Desserts, and

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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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16 Best Shibuya Toasts In Singapore Cafes

When we first had our first dose of Shibuya Toast in Bangkok’s After You Café, we started our hunt for it in Singapore. After all, Singaporeans love desserts and the combination of cold ice cream on top of warm thick toast was just so comforting. It took us some time to try out the best Shibuya toasts around in Singapore

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