Tag Archives: DanielFoodDiary

The Western Australia & Margaret River Gourmet Escape Self-drive Convoy with DanielFoodDiary! Special Departure 18 Nov

Have you not signed up yet? What are you waiting for? If you like both traveling and food, and are still thinking of where to go on holiday with your family and friends, why not join me and Chan Brothers Travel for 7D Western Australia & Margaret River Gourmet Escape Self-drive Convoy departing Nov 18? […]

Continue Reading

20 Things To See, Shop, and Savour in Western Australia + Join The Gourmet Escape with DanielFoodDiary!

Western Australia is never short of extraordinary holiday experiences, especially when it comes to food and wine. It is the place to go to for some of the best seafood experiences, award-winning wines and prized black truffles. Friends have always recommended a self-drive holiday. Imagine driving from Perth to Swan Valley for a food and […]

Continue Reading

10 Reasons to Visit The Western Australia & Margaret River Gourmet Escape 2014!

I can barely contain my excitement. Yes, yes yes! I will be leading a gourmet escapade with Chan Brothers Travel – A 7D Western Australia & Margaret River Gourmet Escape Self-drive Convoy departing Nov 18! Fancy driving from Perth to Swan Valley for a food and wine trail, to the stunning Wave Rock and to […]

Continue Reading

Swensen’s – Spanking New Dishes. Spiced Maple Chicken Waffle Recommend by DanielFoodDiary!

If you need to Swensen’s recently, you may notice an additional menu and board at the entrance that says “Spanking New Dishes. Four must-tries as recommended by Singapore’s leading bloggers.” The four bloggers include Ladyironchef, Camemberu, Keropokman and emm… DanielFoodDiary. These are four really interesting dishes, value-for-money and not seen in the Swensen’s menu before. […]

Continue Reading

Daniel’s Food Diary Favourite Blog Entries of 2012

2012 is really a year of ups and lows, really dramatic at parts. On a personal level, it is the year I finally graded with a Masters (with Higher Distinction, yeah!) after years of juggling work, studies and blogging; and also one which I found a new job lecturing. Oh, and I led Prime Minister […]

Continue Reading

Menya Musashi 麺屋武蔵 – Must Try Ramen at Shinjuku Tokyo + How to Order Ramen via a Vending Machine

[Tokyo, Japan] If you are looking for that one ramen to try in Shinjuku, make your way to Menya Musashi 麺屋武蔵, one of the most popular ramen in Tokyo. Their accolades include several ramen awards since its founding in 1996, 8 shops in Tokyo (a few in Singapore), and is named by Frommer’s as one […]

Continue Reading

Dann’s Daily Pescetarian Café – Singapore’s Only Pescetarian Café

Before I even start the review, we should first talk about being ‘pescetarian’ – those who abstain from eating all meat except fish and other forms of seafood in their diet. This café started with a mother’s love for her son. She wanted him to adopt a healthy diet and lifestyle since young and therefore […]

Continue Reading

The #CookForFamily Update – 83 Bloggers Have Joined! How About You?

Wow, wow, wow! Last week I blogged about The #CookForFamily Initiative, and there are now 83 bloggers who have joined the initiative, 17 bloggers away from a 100! The #CookForFamily is a bloggers-for-bloggers initiative, created with a simple objective of getting more bloggers, and hopefully their fans and followers, to start cooking and bonding with […]

Continue Reading

Wooloomooloo Steakhouse – Premium Steak Restaurant Opens at Raffles City

Beef lovers would rejoice at the opening of the new Wooloomooloo Steakhouse at Swissotel Raffles City, which offers favourites such as Black Angus from the butcher’s block. You may have thought this restaurant hails from the harbourside town of Woolloomooloo Sydney, but it is actually from Hong Kong which has branches at Central, Nathan Road, […]

Continue Reading

The Tea Party Café – Budget Lunch at the CBD for Office Ladies

Hearing the name “Tea Party Café” alone would remind me of a cosy café with cupcakes and little porcelain cups, with a whimsical feel somewhat like the Mad Tea Party in Alice in Wonderland. The Tea Party Cafe at China Square somewhat almost has the feel – apple green painted walls with black and white […]

Continue Reading