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Punch – This Cafe Packs A Punch. Fans Of The Plain, Ronin Will Like This

A courtyard in an open space with natural lighting, greenery, clean-contemporary look with Aussie vibes should be a big ‘punch’, I mean hit, among the foodies and executives working at the CBD. Punch at North Canal Road (opposite Kreta Ayer Police Post) is a short walk away from Raffles Place. The décor of the café […]

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Gyoza-ya – Gyoza Specialist Shop Opens At The Paragon. Skip The Truffle Ramen

Gyoza-ya must be feeling confident about Orchard, having opened its 3rd outlet at The Paragon basement. The other two casual dining restaurants are at Gyoza-ya Robinsons Orchard B1 and ION Orchard B4. The gyoza specialist are under The Akashi Group, with varieties such as Pan-Fried Dumpling with Pork ($4.80), Pan-Fried Dumpling with Vegetable ($4.80), Pan-Fried […]

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Jollibee Singapore – Philippines’ Favourite Fried Chicken Shop Now At Novena Square 2

Philippines’s favourite fried chicken shop Jollibee has opened at Novena Square 2, and soon at Changi City Point. (I did notice there were competitors KFC and Popeyes at Novena just steps away.) This American-style fast food chain is known to serve some of the best fried chicken around, and also specialises in burgers, spaghetti, and […]

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Atlas Coffeehouse – Assembly Coffee Opens A Sister Cafe At Bukit Timah. This, We Love.

Atlas, not ‘atas’ coffeeshop. Just because this café is located at Bukit Timah doesn’t mean that it is ‘atas’ (meaning ‘above’ in Malay, ‘high class’ in Singlish). Atlas Coffeehouse is helmed by the team behind Assembly Coffee, known for their Shibuya toasts, waffles and coffee to appeal to university undergraduates. This venture at Duke’s Road, […]

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The Commons – Bangkok’s New Hippest Space With Artisan Cafes, Restaurants, Market, Playground

[Bangkok] Restaurants, market and a playground. There are malls, but this same same but different. The Commons located at Thonglor Soi 17 is a much anticipated eco-friendly mall, filled with artisan cafes and eateries. This space known as “Thonglor’s backyard” is opened by none other than the people behind successful coffee shop Roast. Roast has […]

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Truly Test Kitchen – Hawkerpreneurs Set Up Coffeeshop, Big-Portioned Food At $2, $3.50, $4.50!

Taxi uncle got lost bringing me to Kampong Ampat, even though he sounded with great confidence of knowledge of its location. I was going to Truly Test Kitchen, which is the Version 2.0 of the successful Hainanese hawker stall Truly Curry Rice. Truly Test Kitchen is a sprawling 3000 square feet canteen / coffeeshop situated […]

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Flavour Flings – First Salted Egg Croissant In Singapore. With Salted Egg Fries, Egg Benedict

[Updated 05 Feb 2016] Flavour Flings Cafe has announced that their Salted Egg Croissant would only be available for TAKEAWAY on certain days (Mon, Wed – Sat). No Tues. No Sun. No dine-in for the croissants. Note that the croissant may be sold out early on certain days. [Original Entry] Possibly the 1st salted egg […]

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Absolute Acai – An Acai Bowl Shop In The CBD. It’s ‘Ah-sigh-ee’ By The Way

Amazing, that shops can open in Singapore that just sell the Acai. If you haven’t come across it yet, the reddish purple Acai berries from Brazil are touted as the superfood supposedly with anti-aging and weight loss properties. Acai (pronounced ‘ah-sigh-ee’, not ‘Ah-Cai’ or ‘Ah-Kai-Ee’) is also said to be high in antioxidant. The trendy […]

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Montana Singapore – 10 Best Waffles From This Chic Coffee Shop. Must Try The Coconut Cold Brew

An urban chic coffee shop specialising in waffles, with some online reviews commenting Montana serves “the best waffles ever” in Singapore. #Wah #Serious Montana Singapore located at Selegie PoMo has undergone a revamp, moved up to Level Two with a two-story expanded space. Don’t worry, prices are still easy on the pocket. The revamped waffle […]

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OCF – Romantic French Restaurant In The Arts House And Its Signatures

Friends have asked me about “this romantic restaurant near the Singapore River” that I have talked about, which is OCF, short for Olivia Cassivelaun Fancourt. Interesting to note, that is also the name of Sir Stamford Raffles’ first wife. It has almost quite the complete package for that romantic meal – Michelin-worthy French cuisine, knowledgeable […]

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