Tag Archives: Singapore

Durians imported from Penang

The best durians I’ve ever tasted were Mao Shan ones which my aunt bought a few years ago. These did not match up, but still satisfied the craving. I find Mao Shan durians denser with a more complex bitter sweet … Continue reading

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Capitol Piazza: Capitol Theatre After the Renovation

Capitol Theatre after the renovation now has a fancy name, Capitol Piazza, and it’s filled with fancy shops. I can’t even recall what the old place looks like even though I’ve been there countless number of times for movies. A … Continue reading

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Custard Buns Outside People’s Park

Didn’t have it this time, but I used to love these custard buns ($1.20) at Lau Chong Kee Mini. Look at how generous they are with the custard filling. You might find the taste a teeny bit medicinal, but I … Continue reading

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Authentic La Mian again: By Hawker from China

Had the authentic Chinese style La Mian again at the hawker Centre next to People’s Park Complex. It was good (noodle texture and tasty minced pork) but I am still more used to the Singapore style version at Paradise Dynasty … Continue reading

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Pacamara

Lovely new brunch place at the Upper Thomson area – Pacamara Boutique Coffee Roasters. Only problem is, it’s very difficult to find a place to park your car. I definitely want to come here again as I found the first … Continue reading

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Woodshed: New Coffee Place at Rangoon Road

I didn’t expect much from the Wood Shed at 204 Rangoon Road, but was impressed. It looks like a furniture store from the outside (I think it probably was) and very tiny, but there’s actually a huge space inside and the … Continue reading

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Tall Girl Cuisine or Eastern Northern Dumpling Restaurant

East Coast Road seems to be a food hub to me. Yet another place B wanted to try out as it’s supposed to be pretty authentic and he read rave reviews online saying it’s run by a family from China … Continue reading

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It’s Been So Terribly Hot

Rain is most welcome. Been the hottest March. 34 degrees at Noon.   Actually rain in my book is always welcome.

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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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Wispy Evening Clouds

Evenings in Singapore are pretty hot. It only gets cool after 7.30pm when the sun has set. The sky has been undeniably pretty though, with those wispy cirrus clouds.

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