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Krispy Kreme at Changi Airport Terminal 2

You can now satisfy your donut cravings at Changi Airport Terminal 2. Krispy Kreme has a cafe there. I don’t see much difference between this chain and Dunkin Donuts (in Singapore Krispy Kreme is somehow not as good) so you … Continue reading

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Krispy Kreme in Singapore

Krispy Kreme has been open for some time, but I was a bit tardy in writing about it. Guess it was because I found it not as good as what I had in Hong Kong. Not as fresh, too sweet … Continue reading

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Malacca Road Trip: Tengkera Putu Piring

I’ve had much better putu piring in Singapore (my uncle E lines up to buy them for us from Haig Road), but I was just charmed by the idea of a family working together from their humble abode. I just … Continue reading

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Thai Banana Fritters (Kluay Kaek) at Golden Mile Complex

So glad I waited for these Thai street food snacks in a shopping complex. Super oily but oh so good. Very different from our Singapore goreng pisang. The banana is less sweet and the batter has sesame seeds in it. … Continue reading

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Snacks at Chinatown (People’s Park)

I really loved this snack at Chinatown that we had the last time. The stall is at People’s Park right in front of the shopping centre. It’s like a pancake (naan like but crispy) with a sweet spicy filling within. … Continue reading

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ION: Milca Hokkaido Ice Cream

So glad my cousin introduced me to this little Hokkaido milk ice cream stall at ION. Anyone else out there like this? Or is there something even better you’ve discovered Perhaps a sit down ice cream salon that sells Hokkaido … Continue reading

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Sweet Indian Snacks: Jalebi & Kesari

Jalebi: North Indian dessert, with Persian origins. Deep fried flour with ghee, sugar, rose water and saffron. I searched the web and the calorie count for this dessert is listed as just 250. That’s about the calorie count for a … Continue reading

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Thosai at Komala Vilas

I don’t know if Komala Vilas has the best thosai, but I always tend to come back to the original branch located on the main road. It was established in Singapore way back in 1947 and is still going strong. … Continue reading

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Down to Chinatown for my Favourite Siew Pao

Whenever I’m in Chinatown, I head for my favourite S’ban siew pao. S’ban is short for Seremban in Malaysia, where siew pao originates I think. There’s chicken and pork, but the pork is tastier. The pastry is so buttery and … Continue reading

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Honeycomb Ice Cream at Cold Rock

There used to be a time when we had to travel all the way to Australia to get a honeycomb ice-cream or anything with honeycomb in it.  No more.  I was excited to discover a Cold Rock Ice Creamery at … Continue reading

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