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Tony Romas (Orchard Central)

Good meal starting off with really fresh chewy bread and an aromatic garlic butter. The ribs here are always good and the root beet float was fantastic (after not having one for ages).  I was not really feeling the spinach … Continue reading

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Jai Thai at East Coast Road

This is my second time to a Jai Thai restaurant but my first time to a branch in the East.  The last time I was a bit disappointed but this time I found the meal fantastic and the service excellent. … Continue reading

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Parkway Parade: Pu Tien

Finally tried out the always packed Pu Tien chain at Parkway Parade. I was impressed with the hotter than it looks fresh chilli. But don’t think we’ll be returning as we both felt too stuffed after this meal and I … Continue reading

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Culina at Dempsey

Recently C asked me for dining options at Dempsey. She was thinking a nice romantic date and I immediately suggested Culina. I didn’t have pictures from my first visit so when we went there for the second time I made … Continue reading

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#10. Crunchy Hard Bread

Had a relatively healthy dinner at home. I can’t exist without bread. I used to only like soft bread but I recently discovered that hard grainy bread is so much more satisfying.

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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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Batam Spa, Day Trip (Part 2 of 3)

We were taken around and shown the villa facilities. Various small rooms. The private pools were cool but I wasn’t very impressed by the dark bathrooms. Seems more like a rustic chalet than a hotel, and yes I am super … Continue reading

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Squid at Jules & Crepe at Wimbly Lu

Absolutely love the shoe string fries here. The squid that was stir fried in garlic and olive oil was so good. Better and healthier than calamari. I was surprised how good it tasted. I also love the Chicken Parmigiani and … Continue reading

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Changi Airport: Taking the Skytrain to Terminal 2

If you take the MRT to Changi Airport, you’ll get to Terminal 3. If you want to get to Terminal 2 you need to walk a bit to where the skytrains are and then you’ll be in T2 before you … Continue reading

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Another Visit to Jules Cafe Bar for Aussie Cuisine

The meals at Jules (15 Jalan Riang) are not cheap coming to at least S$25 per person, but I think the Aussies here probably find it cheap compared to the prices back home. My cousin informs me that just a … Continue reading

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