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iO Italian Osteria at HillV2

The restaurant is at level 2 of HillV2 and you can dine in pleasant surroundings as the place is filled with light and spacious. For once I didn’t feel bloated after a meal, but it was pretty expensive considering the … Continue reading

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New Mall: HillV2

I do like this new mall which is near the Hillview estate in Upper Bukit Timah, as it’s spacious, isolated (not near an MRT which means less chance of crowds) and more a food place than a shopping place which … Continue reading

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My Second Visit to Brunetti was Disappointing

Wish the quality of the food was as good as the decor here. The cannoli was soggy and the filling too sweet. The hot chocolate was too cloying as well, and I prefer my hot chocolate made with real semi … Continue reading

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New Restaurant at Jalan Riang: La Pizzaiola (& An Embarrassing Confession about my Pizza Preference)

Jalan Riang is becoming quite the hip place for eateries. It’s just a stretch of shophouses at a residential district near Serangoon, specifically in Braddell Heights. The lastest addition which is already proving to be super popular (we almost could … Continue reading

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Buono: Italian Restaurant where I had the Best Salad Ever

Buono has a real Italian owner. I assume he was the owner because he entered the restaurant and greeted everyone warmly. I figured he must be Salvatore Buono. The restaurant’s decor is unique with playing cards stuck to the ceiling. … Continue reading

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The Former Scotts Shopping Centre is now Scotts Square (My Directory Picks)

What I liked best at Scotts Square were the eateries and that it was pretty empty when I was there. It’s not as swanky or as huge as ION but my favourite feature was the colourful blown glass fixture from … Continue reading

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112 Katong: J-Mart, Food Republic, Gloria Jean’s and Gund Toys

I really like the new 112 Katong mall. It’s cosy and the theatre beckons. I also love J-Mart, the Japanese grocery store. The packaging is just lovely and I feel spoiled for choice. We got a yogurt drink and don’t … Continue reading

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A Melbourne Italian Cafe in Singapore: Brunetti at Tanglin Mall

Brunetti is a famous coffee joint in Melbourne and I’m glad there are in Singapore now. It’s so refreshing to come across a new coffee place practically every few weeks. Perhaps I am not so much in the know, and … Continue reading

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Pasta Fresca at Bukit Timah

We tend to return to the original Pasta Fresca at sleepy old Bukit Timah, whenever B hankers for the freshly made pasta here. This place was started way back in 1988 by a very friendly chef, Carecci Salvatore. I remember … Continue reading

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Trattoria

Trattoria located at the new 313 mall in Orchard Road, is one place I would return to for it’s lunch set menu which costs just S$9.80 for a main meal plus a coffee or tea. You also get complimentary tomato … Continue reading

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