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Japanese

Gyoza King: Tonkotsu King Goyza – One Of The Best Gyoza In Singapore

After trying Tonkotsu Ramen Special at Tonkotsu King, I couldn’t wait to try out Keisuke Takeda’s other 5 speciality restaurants. Gyoza King is just a few restaurants away and it’s as popular as Tonkotsu King judging from the long queue. I am not really a fan of gyoza because I find them too oily, but […]

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Uncategorized

Ramen Keisuke Tonkotsu King – One Of The Best Ramen In Singapore

I have long heard of Ramen Keisuke Tonkotsu King but Tanjong Pagar is not really near my workplace or house, the lazy bones in me make me reluctant to travel all the way just for a bowl of ramen, even if it is supposedly the best ramen in Singapore. I finally have the chance to […]

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Cafe Desserts

Cafe Festival 2014

Cafe-hopping has been become such a phenomenon that a festival has been created for it. Cafe Festival 2014 was held on 6-7 September 2014 at The Waterfront Promenade. This is the first cafe festival ever held and it is held here in Singapore. The $26 I spent on the ticket entitles me to this cute […]

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Western

Muffet’s Room

I chanced upon Muffet’s Room by pure chance. I was making my way to the MRT station when the words “Traditional Beer Battered Fish & Chips” caught my attention. I have never eaten beer-battered fish & chips and I have always wondered what’s so special about it.  There’s nothing spectacular about Muffet’s Room. The interior […]

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Cafe Coffee Desserts Halal Western

Cafe-Hopping: ButterScotch

After our first cafe-hopping experience (where we went to Waffle Slayer, Spatula Bakery and The Royals Cafe), Mariem and I have become addicted to cafe-hopping. Today we went on our second round of cafe-hopping. Third stop, ButterScotch. ButterScotch is a new cafe in Bukit Merah Central. It started operation on 7 September 2013. Although it […]

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Cafe Coffee Desserts Western

Cafe-Hopping: Craftsmen Speciality Coffee

After our first cafe-hopping experience (where we went to Waffle Slayer, Spatula Bakery and The Royals Cafe), Mariem and I have become addicted to cafe-hopping. Today we went on our second round of cafe-hopping. Second stop, Craftsmen Specialty Coffee. Just look at all the delicious cakes. Don’t they just look so tempting? The moment I […]

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Cafe Coffee Desserts Western

Cafe-Hopping: Penny University

After our first cafe-hopping experience (where we went to Waffle Slayer, Spatula Bakery and The Royals Cafe), Mariem and I have become addicted to cafe-hopping. Today we went on our second round of cafe-hopping. First stop, Penny University. This is the reason why this cafe is named Penny University. True to its name, the interior […]

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Chinese Western

Xin Wang Hong Kong Cafe

I am not a fan of chain restaurants, but Carmen is addicted to Xin Wang Hong Kong Cafe, so I have been to my fair share of Xin Wang Hong Kong Cafe. Iced Fresh Soy Milk doesn’t quite taste like the freshly-made ones you get at hawker centres. It is very creamy and milk, it […]

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Indian

Muthu’s Curry

Muthu’s Curry is one of the South Indian restaurants that has made it very big in Singapore. It’s signature dish, Fish Head Curry, has been featured in numerous publications and is loved by many Singaporeans.  I generally try to stay away from chain restaurants because they are generally over-priced and the service is not very […]

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Western

[Closed] Pack’d: Sandwiches, Soups and Salads

Following Pack’d: Mains and Desserts, this post is going to focus on sandwiches, soups and salads.  The sandwiches are prepared beforehand. The sauce is added after popping it into the oven for a few minutes. Everything is fresh and healthy. There are six flavours to choose from, you will not get bored. There are six salads […]