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Teuscher: Capitol Piazza

I would come back here for the grilled cheese sandwiches at this Swiss Chocolate place Teuscher at the newly renovated Capitol Piazza. The hot chocolate was a bit too ‘heaty’ for our weather even though it was decent. The real … Continue reading

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Kay Lee at Suntec: Kinda Pathetic Portions and Not As Fantastic as the Original

We need to make a trip to the original coffee shop at Paya Lebar where the original chef owners still help out. The outlet at Suntec City, although more comfortable in terms of seats and air-conditioning was a huge disappointment … Continue reading

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Mr Lee Kuan Yew’s Diet, Exercise & Daily Routine

I am beyond fascinated by Lee Kuan Yew’s diet, exercise and daily routine as I am keen to learn from someone who had a long life and paid keen attention to his health, with much diligence. I had no clue … Continue reading

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An Old Favourite: Yakader Briyani at Tekka Market

Somehow the chicken is not as soft as I recall and the curry not as tasty but it’s still one my favourite in Singapore. The ginger milk tea (Teh Alia) at the nearby stall is really good too with a … Continue reading

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Best Soy Sauce Chicken Noodles Can Be Found in Toa Payoh

One of our many visits to Lee Fun Nam Kee. Springy tasty noodles that will leave you wanting more and very tender chicken in a delicious sauce. The pickled green chillies bring the meal to the next level. Address: Lee … Continue reading

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Improvements at Toa Payoh Hub

Haven’t been to the Toa Payoh Hub area in a while and was pleasantly surprised that more casual eateries have been added and now there is a covered air-conditioned walkway for them. There’s a Starbucks at the very end too … Continue reading

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Dan Dan Mian & Dumplings at Crystal Jade

Wanted to try the Xiao Long Bao and Dan Dan Mian at Crystal Jade to compare it with what I’ve been having at paradise Dynasty. I prefer the texture of the noodles at paradise dynasty, but I prefer the soupier … Continue reading

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Disappointed by Ramen at Chabuton

Had a disappointing meal at Star Vista’s Chabuton. Found the soup too salty and the smell of the pork too overpowering. Perhaps I am just not used to this version (I’ve read that Ramen in Japan tends to be more … Continue reading

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Best Rojak in Singapore

It’s not my favourite food (more like my mum’s), but if I am to have it I want the best which can be found at Airport Road Hawker Centre. They have a queue system in place (like in a clinic). … Continue reading

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Wan Tan Mee at Chinatown

My top pick for local noodles is wan tan mee. Even the not so great versions will satisfy me. Had this near the Chee Chong Fun stall at the Chinatown Complex Market. It’s pretty old style. I’m still hankering for … Continue reading

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