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Osaka Ohsho – The King of Gyoza Arrives at Raffles City

It’s about time that a shop specialising in gyoza opens in Singapore, since fried dumplings are always playing second fiddle to their ramen counterparts. Osaka Ohsho is said to be “The King of Gyoza in Osaka”, a franchise with more than 300 outlets in in Asia, and has finally arrived to Raffles City. I was […]

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Christmas Cornflakes Festive Wreath from Da Paolo Gastronomia

Ho Ho Ho, tis the season to be jolly. If you are up for something different and special from the usual logcake and fruit cakes, Da Paolo Gastronomia is introducing an edible festive wreath! This wreath ($24.80, serves 10-12 persons) is made entirely of crunchy cornflakes moulded together with icing, and topped with candied fruit […]

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Maki San – Design Your Own Sushi and Salads. It’s Fun!

With healthy salads in popularity now, Maki San with its design your own Japanese-inspiring salad or sushi roll is very appealing. This outlet at The Cathay Handy Road must be the first of its kind in Singapore, and I was excited to know I am put almost anything I want in my rice rolls. You […]

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Christmas Giveaway – Choco-Durian Christmas Log from Emicakes!

Christmas is never complete without logcakes that stir up the magic of childhood and fun holiday memories with family and friends. Some logcakes are very unique-tasting, and Emicakes’ offering will certainly please many Singaporeans and is one to remember in many Christmases to come – A Choco-Durian Christmas Log! The Choco-Durian Christmas Log ($49) is […]

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Sharetea Exclusive Giveaway – “When a Wolf Falls in Love with a Sheep” Autographed Posters + Tickets + Bubbletea Vouchers!

What do Sharetea and Ko Chen-Tung have in common? They are both Taiwanese, both very popular, both rather sweet and both to be given away (in a sense). Sharetea Singapore is giving away exclusive gala tickets to “When a Wolf Falls in Love with a Sheep”, a Taiwanese romantic comedy starring the good-looking Ko Chen-tung […]

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Xin Wang Hong Kong Café – Supper Till Wee Hours of 4am

Suppers are evil. They help you put on those extra pounds, and eye bags when you need that additional sleep. But suppers are also some of the most enjoyable moments of friendships. During our growing up years, I am sure you can remember those class outings where we hang out with our friends till the […]

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Din Tai Fung – Mid-Autumn Taiwan Pineapple Cakes

Looks like the Taiwanese style pineapple cakes are gaining popularity in Singapore as gifts during the Mid-Autumn festival, other than traditional lotus mooncakes. (Read: Why Do Taiwanese Give Pineapple Cakes During Mid-Autumn?) Din Tai Fung is also offering their pineapple cakes as gift sets, $24.80 nett for a box of eight with premium Jasmine tea. […]

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Lee Kum Kee – Keeping it Fast, Fresh & Simple

Lee Kum Kee’s founder Mr Lee Kum Sheung has been known to be the inventor of oyster sauce, and I know many are fans of its dipping sauces. My dad particularly liked the spicy-sweet Hoisin sauce which he used to marinade pork before he roasted or grilled the meat, and the premium XO sauce which […]

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Celebrate Singapore National Day with Good Ol’ Days Buffet

What better way to celebrate Singapore’s 47th National Day than with a buffet with the best of Singapore’s signature hawker fare. Silver Shell Café at Shangri-La’s Rasa Sentosa Resort is having a Good Ol’ Days buffet with a touch of nostalgia, which is timely and refreshing. Chilli crab, bak kut teh, laksa, prawn mee, rota […]

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Hog’s Breath Café – Keeps You Hungry for Aussie Steak & Ribs

Hog’s Breath Cafe’s philosophy is to “have fun and enjoy yourself”, and it is also the restaurant to enjoy Aussie steak and ribs. It has been a long time since I have been to Chijmes for a meal, and I was surprised to hear loud cheers coming from a moderately crowded Hog’s Breath Café on […]

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