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Lovely new brunch place at the Upper Thomson area – Pacamara Boutique Coffee Roasters. Only problem is, it’s very difficult to find a place to park your car. I definitely want to come here again as I found the first … Continue reading
There’s something about this place that makes me feel serene. A tinge of nostalgia and the quiet and emptiness helps (before the lunch crowd arrives).
I quite enjoyed the Wan Tan Mee at an old style coffeeshop called Mei Sin Cafe with quite a number of vendors, although B found it too soggy. You can find these all over Malaysia, but in Singapore just a … Continue reading
Hope you’ll follow me over to Guillaume’s blog to read about it. Found the colourful retro floor design so pretty.
I’m not that fond of Coffee Bean being now spoilt for choice with all the new indie coffee places. But I’ve always wanted to sit by the fountain at Marina Bay Sands. It’s always impossible to get a seat, but … Continue reading
I’ve been to Jones the Grocer at Dempsey, but I must say I preferred the experience at the Mandarin Gallery outlet. You see I’m a private person and I like to have a deep conversation with my companion without anyone … Continue reading
After being to quite a number of cafes, Maison Kayser is now my favourite place for breakfast. I like the polite service, relaxed ambience and most of all, the quality of the croissants, bacon and eggs. Been here a couple … Continue reading
I do love Yu Tiao (our local dough fritters) dunked in soup. You can read about it here. My latest post at White as Milk.
TWG might be a tad snooty (still not as atas as PS Cafe), but it’s the place that most women who love high tea, would appreciate. The cutlery and table settings were all just so pretty. The natural light flooding … Continue reading