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Outside People’s Park Complex: Authentic Snacks from China

If I was not already so full from the Sichuan noodles I would have had these snacks which are really good. I especially like the pancake filled with minced pork and really spicy chilli oil.  You can spot the long … Continue reading

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iO Italian Osteria at HillV2

The restaurant is at level 2 of HillV2 and you can dine in pleasant surroundings as the place is filled with light and spacious. For once I didn’t feel bloated after a meal, but it was pretty expensive considering the … Continue reading

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Best Penang Assam Laksa in Singapore: Another Visit

Somehow my post about Penang Assam Laksa garnered a lot of hits. It’s strange sometimes which posts turn out to be popular. Usually the least expected ones. Makes me happy though. Went back for another visit because when I mentioned … Continue reading

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The Best French Cafes in Singapore

I’m loving all the new French Cafes in Singapore. Too many to count now but I did a new blog post listing my top picks. And to think all these years we had to make do with Delifrance and their … Continue reading

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The Cajun Kings at Jalan Riang: I Would Come Here Again for the Gumbo

Was sad to see the Australian restaurant Jules close down. I wonder why, because it was very popular. In it’s place is The Cajun Kings where I’ve found a new favourite – Gumbo. It was my first time trying it … Continue reading

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Spicy Brunch

We had Prawn Mee soup recently. I used to prefer this to just plain noodle soup when I was a kid. But this time we had the Ngor Hiang as well, making it the perfect local brunch.

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Seeing your Blog as a Butterfly

Loved this post by Guillaume with the intriguing title Butterfly. It spoke to me and I am sure most bloggers will face this dilemma too. How much to give in to the temptation for google searchable but boring titles, or … Continue reading

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Yummiest Tom Yam Soup & Green Curry in Singapore (Nana at Golden Mile Complex)

I am so thankful to Imp for recommending this Thai lunch place to me called Nana at Golden Mile Complex aka Little Thailand. I was very impressed by the Tom Yam soup and green curry. Both items were kept piping … Continue reading

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Ikea: You Don’t have to Travel to Sweden for Swedish Treats

Good to see that Ikea is bringing back authentic Swedish brands again. At one point they decided to do everything in-house and there were a lot of appeals from the Swedish community that they preferred the candies and treats they … Continue reading

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Parco Millenia: So Many Authentic Japanese Restaurants

I pretty much love Parco Millenia for all the authentic Japanese food options. There’s this Go Go Curry Place I haven’t tried yet. The Ramen shop with the cutest design that I’ve had a few times. There’s always a queue … Continue reading

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