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New Phoon Huat Next to Bouna Vista MRT

I got a bit lost on the way to Rochester Mall (zero sense of direction), but happily came across Phoon Huat, the place which great cooks and bakers like my aunt love to frequent. Even for someone who can’t cook … Continue reading

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Shots at Ann Siang Hill: Moving to Club Street?

I thought I saw a sign stating that the Shots Cafe was moving to Club Street, but I’m not sure when or where exactly. Anyone know? It would be sweet if they were getting a bigger space as there’s always … Continue reading

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Second Visit to Octa Hotel for Cake & Coffee

You can read about it here. Proud to have contributed my 9th post at the cool site Guillaume started called White at Milk. Makes me feel like a real writer. The tea salon also sells all these pretty ultra feminine … Continue reading

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Kallang Leisure Park: Yoguru & Awfully Chocolate

Between these two places, I would say go for Yoguru. They advertise their frozen yoghurt to have live cultures which is something that you have to look out for if you want to be healthy. I have heard that some … Continue reading

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My Village: Chocolate & Peanut Butter Cake at Relish

Chocolate and peanut butter cake at Relish. This is so rich it must be shared. This is the perfect place to relax on a rainy afternoon, with soothing music, high ceilings and impeccable service. We never feel rushed here. Free … Continue reading

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Butterfly Cake: 75th Birthday Celebration

My Aunty baked a cake for my other Aunty for her 75th Birthday party. It was a carrot cake with loads of icing which I love.  My cousin helped to paint the marzipan butterflies which were made by my aunt … Continue reading

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Awfully Chocolate at Kallang Leisure Park

I am hoping this will be my last unhealthy food post, but I suspect it won’t be. I did not quite enjoy the cake and was surprised when B who doesn’t suffer from a sweet tooth or carb addiction like … Continue reading

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Charming Joo Chiat

A good day out. As you can see, an overcast sky which means cooler than normal temperatures. When we come here it’s usually in search of lunch. Joo Chiat is famous for it’s food. Like this very famous dumpling store. … Continue reading

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Grocery Prices in Singapore

Gourmet sandwiches cost S$2.90 at the Medi-ya Supermarket, which is pretty ok to me. Canned Lychee costs S$1.70 at Cold Storage. Blackberries cost S$7.90 for a small box at Cold Storage. Marmalade costs S$5.90 at Marks and Spensers. The Japanese … Continue reading

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Afternoon Tea: The Knolls at Capella Singapore

If you ever make a trip to Singapore, and especially if you’re female, afternoon tea is a must. It’s an English tradition, but something that’s done really well in Singapore probably due to our colonial heritage. The Rose Veranda at … Continue reading

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