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Outside People’s Park Complex: Authentic Snacks from China

If I was not already so full from the Sichuan noodles I would have had these snacks which are really good. I especially like the pancake filled with minced pork and really spicy chilli oil.  You can spot the long … Continue reading

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Liang Court: $2 Store, the Bakery & Starbucks

As the items in this two dollar store keep changing, thought I’d show you what they have at the moment. The little bears are so cute aren’t they? Another treat that reminds me of primary school – prawn crackers. Japanese … Continue reading

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Mustafa: Real Cadbury Chocolate from the UK & Other Snacks

Besides the Value store, Mustafa in Little India is another place where you can get real Cadbury (and by that I mean the Cadbury from the UK which is so much more superior in terms of taste). I wonder how … Continue reading

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Chinese New Year 2012: Just Outside People’s Park Complex

You have to try the snack stalls here. Really authentic stuff from China. Pancakes with spicy pork filling. So good. I always see long queues forming. Another popular stall that we tried the last time. The yummy pacake that reminds … Continue reading

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Ikea’s Swedish Market

I find the products here quite appealing. I need to appreciate Salmon more. The crepe looks so good. Very pretty packaging.

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Little India’s Mustafa: Snack Paradise

You must visit the grocery section at Mustafa. This was was a smaller section at the newer part of Mustafa with the parking lots. There’s also the full supermarket with fruits and vegetables which we didn’t explore this time. It’s … Continue reading

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Take a Trip to Old Singapore at Biscuit King

After our meal at Shibly Prata it was only natural to venture next door and be tempted by all the traditional cookies and sweets within. The little store called the Biscuit King is run by very friendly and welcoming owners. … Continue reading

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Chinese New Year 2011: People’s Park

Want to absorb in the real atmosphere of Chinese New Year? I would say come to People’s Park and walk about the stalls and emporium (old style Chinese Supermarket) here. Instead of lunch, there are so many interesting snacks you … Continue reading

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Snack Attack in Chinatown: The Best Siew Pau

Update: 31 Jan 2011 Got some clearer photos when I bought back more of the yummy siew pao (I go the pork/ char siew ones, but they have chicken as well) which I love and the egg tarts and portugese … Continue reading

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#62. Browsing, Shopping And Snacking at Ikea

I love that Ikea often changes its displays and it’s a great place to get design ideas. It’s also a great place to exercise without realizing you’re exercising. Walking the whole way through the mall comes up to about 6000 … Continue reading

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