Tag Archives: gourmet

Back to Little Japan: Liang Court

It’s always a treat to come here – explore the supermarket where there is always some new product to tempt me, new titles at Kinokuniya to entice and the best affordable Japanese cuisine in Singapore. I was so glad to … Continue reading

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Enthralled by the Japanese New Year Celebrations at Liang Court

I love the way Liang Court does things and they confirm again and again why they remain my favourite place to hang out. I’m in love with everything Japanese so I may be a tad biased. Every time I come … Continue reading

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My Visit to Dean & Deluca at Orchard Central

Dean & Deluca is a culinary store that opened in 1977 in New York and is finally here in Singapore. It’s intention was to celebrate food. I always imagined it was older though, due to the frenzy surrounding it’s opening … Continue reading

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Open Door Policy at 19 Yong Siak Street

When I first heard the name Open Door Policy my first thought was – it was too hot for Al Fresco. But no, it was refreshingly cool when we entered the restaurant and no doors left open, thank goodness. There … Continue reading

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Fish Mart Sakuraya: Another Japanese Supermarket (West Coast Plaza)

I am getting so predictable. I checked out yet another Japanese supermarket. But they are still fun for me with all the pretty packaging. I think this is Sakura tea – all pretty in pink. My first time seeing special … Continue reading

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Easter Eggs & Bunnies at Liang Court’s Supermarket

Generally I hate shopping, but I do find browsing for books and checking out groceries relaxing. Not just humdrum groceries, but beautifully packaged stuff that I have never seen before. Love the attention to detail at Liang Court’s Meidi-ya gourmet … Continue reading

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Chinese New Year 2012: Liang Court’s Japanese Gourmet Supermarket

I think the Liang Court supermarket is just wonderful. It has the most beautiful arrangement in terms of both packaging and layout. Just so relaxing to grocery shop here. I love how they very diligently change their offerings with each … Continue reading

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Japanese New Year at Liang Court’s Meidi-ya

You must check out Meidi-ya.  It was lovely during Christmas and is now filled with New Year goodies.  The Japanese patrons were buying mainly stuff for steam boat.  Everything was just so pretty and I always see new enticing products … Continue reading

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To Blog or To Read

Please pardon my lack of blogging. You see, I am so engrossed in the Peter Mayle novel that I’m reading that even though I have tons of photos I haven’t posted them yet. I am also overwhelmed by the tons … 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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