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Joe & The Juice – Fun Juice and Coffee Place Opens At Quayside Isle

Joe & The Juice known for combining health and entertainment, selling fruit juices and coffee with a slab of fun, has opened its 2nd outlet in Singapore at Quayside Isle. Their juices have peculiar names, think Pick Me Up, Go Away Doc, Stress Down, Hell Of A Nerve, Hangover Heaven, and emmmph… Sex Me Up, […]

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Naughty Nuri’s Singapore – Popular Ribs Restaurant From Bali Opens At Capitol Piazza

Naughty Nuri’s known for its “killer ribs and twisted martinis” which originated in Ubud Bali has opened in Singapore, to much anticipation of course. Some background about the grill house: Naughty Nuri’s was opened in Bali by a couple (the wife is called Isnuri, thus the name), and has attracted too many tourists, appeared in […]

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Whitegrass – Modern Australian Restaurant Is A Potential Star

This year may mark one that will see a flourish of higher end restaurants in Singapore, especially with the impending Michelin Guide in Singapore. Are there too many of such restaurants in Singapore? Apparently, not yet. Whitegrass is a new fine dining restaurant at Chijmes, helmed by Chef Sam Aisbett who will present Modern Australian […]

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Seasonal Tastes – CNY Buffet Feast with Buddha Jump Over The Wall, Siew Yoke with Salted Egg Sauce!

Though we traditionally think of Chinese New Year dinner as a round-table meal with 8-10 dishes, a gastronomic buffet featuring an international contemporary spread, fresh seafood AND CNY classics sounds splendid as an option for the family. Seasonal Tastes at The Westin Singapore offers a live interactive kitchen concept, known for fresh selection of crustaceans, […]

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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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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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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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Elements & Co – Health & Lifestyle Space and Café in Tanjong Pagar

Elements & Co. themes themselves as a lifestyle space, bringing together all the different elements from the owners’ travel adventures. Think Australian coffee, Morrocan Kebabs, Piri Piri Chicken and Risotto. Occupying a relatively huge space on the ground level of Flight Centre, the cafe is airy with a relaxed ambience especially with the sofa seats […]

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A Healthy Taste Of Miyazaki Food – Suntec City’s Eat At Seven Maguro Donya Miuramisakikou Sushi & Dining

Miyazaki 宮崎県 is a part of Kyushu Japan, blessed with beautiful sunshine, mild climate, clear skies and seas. Few may be thoroughly familiar with the local Japanese food that the prefecture produces though, with the exception of perhaps Miyazakigyu – one of the highest grades of wagyu. You have now savour a taste of Miyazaki […]

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Sing HK Cafe – Affordable Hong Kong Food At Everton Park. Some Food ‘Hou Sek’

”Sing K? Sing Karaoke at a café?” My friends sounded excited at the name. Nope, not KTV but HK which stands for Hong Kong. Taking over defunct-Batterworks (if it doesn’t ring a bell) beside Nylon Coffee Roasters at Everton Park, Sing HK Café reminded us of a HK-styled Cha Chan Teng. Tables in close proximity […]

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