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Desserts

320 Below (The Central) – Ice-Cream Made with Liquid Nitrogen, Anyone?

When I was young, ice-cream was my all-time favourite food. I could never get enough of the sweet creamy dessert and Singapore’s hot weather didn’t help either. But as I grew older and learned how much flavouring and preservatives go into the ice-cream, I started eating less of it.  Located at the right-hand side of […]

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Chinese Desserts Local Delights

Beano (Millenia Walk) – Premium Soy Beancurd Desserts at Millenia Walk

Founded in 2004 by ex-banker Alan Yoon, Beano has been serving delicious and nutritious soymilk and soy beancurd using the only premium certified non-genetically modified soybeans from Canada.  After its successful flagship store at Everton Park, Beano has opened another outlet at Millenia Walk.  When Beano first opened in Millenia Walk, it only served soy […]

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Desserts

Yogurtland – Create Your Yogurt Masterpiece with 33 Toppings

Popular American yoghurt brand Yogurtland, which originated from California, has opened its flagship store at Suntec City Mall, occupying the space previously used by All Things Nice.   According to this poster, Yogurtland’s yoghurt offers many health benefits such as vitamin C, calcium and antioxidants. Yogurtland’s yoghurt is made with real California milk and it […]

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Chinese Desserts

Tai Cheong Bakery (Holland Village) – Famous Hong Kong Egg Tart Opes Restaurant in Holland Village

Following the success of two pop-up stores and takeaway counter at the basement food hall of Takashimaya Shopping Centre, the famous Tai Cheong Bakery from Hong Kong opens its first restaurant at Holland Village.          The 60-seat eatery is decorated to resemble an old traditional cha chaan tent in Hong Kong with […]

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Desserts

Mei Heong Yuen Dessert – Traditional Desserts in Chinatown

Mei Heong Yuen is the brainchild of Connie and Clara Lee, a heritage brand that that is one of the “Singapore Chinatown Heritage Brands”.  Mei Heong Yuen serves a variety of pastes, steamed egg pudding, traditional cakes and snow ice desserts. Unfortunately, I don’t think the glutinous rice balls used in Glutinous Rice Ball in […]

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Cafe Desserts

Rabbit Owl Depot – Ice-Cream Cafe Opposite National Library

I was on my way to the National Library when I spotted this unassuming little cafe called Rabbit Owl Depot. The glass is decorated with reviews by many well-known Singapore food bloggers such as danielfooddiary and sethlui, and all of them have unanimously agreed that Rabbit Owl Depot serves one of the best waffles in Singapore, […]

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Desserts Japanese

Hattendo Cafe – Delicious Japanese Cream Buns

I am so honoured to be invited to the opening of Hattendo Cafe’s very first outlet in Singapore.    Hattendo was established in 1933 in Hiroshima by Kauro Morimitsu as a confectionery shop. It has since expanded into an 18-outlet operation with outlets in Korea, Philippines, Taiwan and it has finally arrived in Singapore.       […]

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Desserts

Cafe-Hopping: Icebox

It has been many months since we last went cafe-hopping so Mariem and I decided to meet up on the day she ends work early for probably our last cafe-hopping expedition of 2016.    We decided to test out the idea of the progressive meal by having dessert at Icebox, a halal Korean dessert shop.    […]

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Desserts

PasarBella (Suntec City): Squeezed!

PasarBella is derived from the Malay word “Pasar” which means “marketplace” and “Bella” which means “beautiful” in Italian. Inspired by the quirky and rustic interior of Covent Garden in London and the rich aromatic scents of fresh organic produce in Melbourne’s Queen Victoria Market, PasarBella is a marketplace where traders of all kinds congregate to […]

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Desserts

[Closed] All Things Nice

Situated just opposite of the Food Republic food court at the basement of Suntec City Mall, All Things Nice is a dessert shop that sells Asian desserts that grew up with generations of Singaporeans. They may use the Food Republic’s tableware and cutleries but they are not part of the Food Republic.  I have been […]