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London Fat Duck

London Fat Duck is at Scotts Square. This is the best char siew (B added that it’s a very good cut and well marbled) I’ve had although it was very expensive at $14.80. The pepper duck polo buns were very … Continue reading

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The Austrian Guy Selling Sausages in Chinatown

Erich the chef (found his name from his website) now has a permanent stall at a coffeeshop in Chinatown, very near the Chinatown Complex. Look out for Wuerstelstand (the last sausage kiosk before the equator) and a huge cut out … Continue reading

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Hankering for hawker food

I thought I would be one of those Asians who could go to a non Asian country on holiday and not hanker for Asian food after a week, but it turns out that that’s not the case. Guess this is … Continue reading

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Awesome Singaporean Lady who Tasted Hail

The 44 year old Singaporean lady who tasted the hail, totally made my day. She’s truly the bright spark amidst this haze crisis. Something infectious about her enthusiasm. Hope she becomes famous and gets advertising endorsements. Children don’t try this … Continue reading

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Back for the famous charcoal fired Geylang Hokkien Mee

Very messy but somehow the most messily plated meals are the yummiest in Singapore. Had satay too this time, but ordered way too much. And yes, it’s quite impossible to get a parking lot here at Lorong 29. But once … Continue reading

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Exercise & Writing Routines of Famous People

I am very keen on studying routines of famous successful and happy people and trying to emulate them. It’s so often that I start off the day with great intentions but end the day with the awful realization that I … Continue reading

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Loo’s Hainanese Curry Rice at Tiong Bahru

We’ve been meaning to try the famous Hainanese Curry Rice at Tiong Bahru and this time we went early to avoid the winding queues. Very tasty but I think the original Scissors Curry Rice has a slight edge over this … Continue reading

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Confused About Which is the Best Curry Chicken Stall at Queensway: Famous or Original?

I’m so confused about which is the stall that has the better curry chicken at Queensway but all I know is that I loved what I had. Chose the famous curry chicken stall (even though it may be more famous … Continue reading

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Always Something Cheap & Yummy at Old Airport Road Hawker Centre

This time I tried the famous hainanese satay. B thinks the food at places like these beats all the atas (Singlish for snooty & expensive) places hands down. I on the other hand like variety but I do agree that … Continue reading

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Kay Lee Roast Meat at 125 Paya Lebar Road

We headed to Kay Lee Roast Meat in Paya Lebar for lunch and it has a history in Singapore going back to the 70’s. I had no idea and it was my first time there. This place is supposed to … Continue reading

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