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Brunch at Spruce and Celebrating Elyn’s 21st+++!

@ Spruce: 320 Tanglin Road Singapore 247980 (Closed on Mondays). How to get here: Take the MRT to Ochard station. Walk to Orchard Boulevard and board bus #111. Alight at the 6th stop. (If you're not sure, ask the bus captain!) First off, happy birthday to Soaker Elyn! :) Seeing that the haze

Enjoying Indian Food… and Fish Eyes (Banana Leaf Apolo)

@ The Banana Leaf Apolo: 54 Race Course Road, Singapore 218564. Alight at Little India MRT station, and walk along Race Course Road. Well are we fortunate to get Indian food here! Whoo~! Sometimes we crave some spiciness and flavour, and what better way to satisfy it than having a whole range

Hawker Food – Singapore Food Trail @ Singapore Flyer

@ Singapore Food Trail, Singapore Flyer (30 Raffles Avenue, #01-09/12 Singapore Flyer, 039803) The hawker centre at the Singapore Flyer is known as the Singapore Food Trail. It's one of few places in the city area to get hawker food (the others are Newton Circus Food Centre, Makansutra Gluttons Bay next to

Soakers Love Eating Durian

@227 Katong Durian - 227 East Coast Road, Singapore 428924 For some reason, DURIAN is a hot topic this year, compared to last year. Some say it's because of the excellent crop yield this year. It's so hot, that people are actually queuing for durians. Since when did we need to

Pasarbella Singapore – Food and Lifestyle Market

@Pasarbella: The Grandstand Bukit Timah, 200 Turf Club Road Singapore 287994 Opening hours: Mon to Thu (10am to 9pm), Fri to Sun (10am to 10pm) Jess couldn't resist the sandwiches from the Melt Bar when she saw all the cheese oozing from between the bread slices. Lol~ And so couldn't some of our friends

The Best Thing I Ever Ate (Food Network Asia)

@ Yaowarat Seafood: 27 Teck Chye Terrace, Singapore 545729 So, the "Best Thing I Ever Ate" by Food Network Asia - it really made us think - long and hard. With eating being the favourite past time in Singapore, we lack no great food choices. For us to pick out the

Cafe Chillin’ at Wheeler’s Yard

@ Wheeler's Yard: 28 Lorong Ampas, 328781 It was a lazy Sunday afternoon and we just headed down to Wheeler's Yard to chill out. It's a cool cafe in Singapore built in a warehouse. Once you are done with coffee, you can rent a bicycle and ride along the park connector! Also

Chinese New Year: Lo Hei | Yu Sheng | Yum Seng

  YU SHENG | LO HEI Yu Sheng is a colourful dish comprising of raw fish (Yu Sheng 鱼生) (salmon more often than not), grated carrots, radish, red pepper, jellyfish, sesame seeds, crushed peanuts, pomelo, dried orange peel, crackers and a handful of condiments including five spice powder, plum sauce and vinegar.   The

The Chinese New Year Snack Guide

Most of these snacks appear once a year during Chinese New Year (CNY) so who cares if three pineapple tarts is equal to eating one bowl of rice? If you go CNY visiting, all these snacks will be laid out like a buffet. You will find these snacks being sold

We love $1 Street Ice-cream in Singapore!

Okay, so you could get this street ice-cream $1 two years ago. Although it's $1.20-$1.50 now, it's still known as 'the $1 ice-cream'. You got to have this if you're in Singapore. There are definitely at least 2 stalls along Orchard Road and 1 at the river bridge in Clarke

Dim Sum on Trolleys in Singapore (Red Star Restaurant)

@ Red Star Restaurant Address: #07-23, 54 Chin Swee Road, Singapore 160054 Contact: +65-65325266 Opening hours: 7am-3pm, 6pm-10.30pm (daily) Note! Red Star doesn't serve Dim Sum for dinner How to get there: Take the MRT to Chinatown station and then take a taxi, or walk about 350 metres. Click here for map. This must be one

All time favourite foods – ROTI PRATA!!!

Singaporeans love Roti Prata, seriously (or just prata for short). We can start our day with prata for breakfast, have a quick prata snack in the afternoon, and end it with prata too for supper. Prata originated from Southern India made with the simplest ingredients, mainly flour, water, salt, sugar

Know Your Noodles Part 2 – Bee Hoon aka Vermicelli

Bee Hoon (vermicelli) There is the thin and the thick bee hoon. The thin version is translucent, dried and breaks easily when bought off the shelf. Before cooking it, it needs to be soaked in water. The most popular way the thin version is cooked - fried! So the steps for

Know Your Noodles Part 1 – The Yellow Noodle

Like the many kinds of pasta in West, there's a variety of noodles that the people of the East enjoy, and everything's cooked in different ways. Some stalls especially those selling minced pork noodles and fishball noodles have a range of noodles for you to choose from, while the noodles

The Unlisted Coffee Shop Drinks Menu

Try a local beverage! Because most drink stalls in coffeeshops don't have a beverage menu, it is good to know what is offered. If you are a regular coffee or tea drinker, do try a local coffee or tea here The locals love their coffee and tea here and the experience

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