Tag Archives: Bugis Junction

Tony’s Pizza: Sadly Disappointing

B has been complaining that he has been unable to have a real american style pizza with a dense chewy crust as health conscious folks have made all the crusts so thin and almost biscuit like. I too feel that other … Continue reading

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Toy Stores at the Renovated Bugis Junction

Bugis Junction looks quite different with the renovation of the BHG department store. There’s a new cafe too but I didn’t try it out. Wasn’t sure if it was authentically Japanese. There were a few collectible stores where I was … Continue reading

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Biggest Uniqlo Has Opened at Bugis Plus: I’m Not Thrilled

I think I must be one of the few people in Singapore not thrilled about the opening of a new Uniqlo although these stores are often packed with excited shoppers my partner included.  I guess the mall across the road … Continue reading

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Back to Ma Maison at Bugis

When this place first opened, we came here quite often.  Since then I realize I haven’t been back for quite a while.  Have always loved the Japanese take on western food and the country style decor here is just charming. … Continue reading

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Bugis Junction on the Last Day of TwentyTen

I wonder when the name Lilo became associated with Lindsay Lohan. I still haven’t seen this Jack Black movie yet. Loved the original satire. This used to be an actual road in the old days and two independant shophouses. Can … Continue reading

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Singapore Daily Photo: Obama at Bugis Junction

I must confess, I have Obama fever too. But then again, so do my aunts and mum.

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Ma Maison at Bugis Junction

I sometimes have a hankering for Western food, Japanese style. One word to describe it is sweetish. The ambience at Ma Maison is warm and cosy. It’s like having a meal at a cottage with their flowery tablecloths, little baskets, … Continue reading

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Halloween Jammies

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Mooncakes for Sale

I see mooncakes everywhere, but they are just so expensive. I can’t believe some boxes cost over a hundred bucks! I am still craving for a piece of a traditional lotus mooncake with salty preserved egg yolk and don’t want … Continue reading

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Kinokuniya at Bugis

The Kinokuniya, Japanese bookstore at Bugis Junction has been renovated, but I still find it quite crammed. Sadly there is no stationary section here. I prefer the one at Liang Court for browsing and the main branch at Ngee Ann … Continue reading

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