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Halia – Afternoon Tea at Raffles Hotel? So Delightful

Never an afternoon tea person, but I could really learn to enjoy it. A familiar practice of the colonial days, afternoon tea was started by the wealthy class in England, and has taken a more popular form in Singapore made available in many hotels and tea houses. I digress and I ask, who goes for […]

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Aquamarine Marina Mandarin – Huge Buffet Spread with Flavours of Siam

There is just SO MUCH FOOD at Aquamarine. After recceing one round to survey the foods, I must say this buffet restaurant at Marina Mandarin has quite a huge spread, usually known for the Singapore Chilli Crab, Grilled Beef Striploin infused with Garlic & Five Spices, Assam Fish Head Curry, and colourful variety of desserts […]

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Tim Ho Wan – Cheapest Michelin Star Restaurant’s Dim Sum Is Good, Though Not Spectacular

[Hong Kong] Tim Ho Wan 添好運 is a Cinderella story, the hole-in-the-wall dim sum restaurant that scored One Michelin Star, thereby earning its reputation as the‘cheapest Michelin Star restaurant in the world’. Fame found its way. (The other cheap Michelin star restaurant is Ho Hung Kee) Although there were a few branches, only the outlets […]

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Nam Nam Noodle Bar – Budget Vietnamese Pho Set for $9.90 Nett!

Since so many people said such good things about Nam Nam Noodle Bar – the new Vietnamese restaurant, and the queue at Raffles City during lunchtime is never ending, I just had to give it a try. The name ‘Nam Nam’ is a play of the word Viet-nam, and it is also a more budget […]

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Nihonryori RyuGin – One of Japan’s Finest, Probably My Best Meal Ever

[Tokyo, Japan] The meal at Nihonryori RyuGin at Roppongi Tokyo is probably my best in 2012, okay, make that best meal ever. And it is definitely the most expensive meal in my life so far. RyuGin has an impressive resume – ranked Number 28 in The S.Pellegrino World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2012 (staying there for […]

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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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Nene Chicken – Korean’s Favourite Fried Chicken Has Arrived To Singapore!

It is not only SMTOWN that has come to Singapore, one of Korea’s most popular fried chicken specialist NeNe Chicken has also arrived at The Star Vista. The name ‘NeNe’ shouldn’t be difficult to remember, and simply means “Yes! Yes!” in Korean. I overheard the first lady at the fast food counter who exclaimed, “I […]

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Morganfield’s – The Star Restaurant at The Star Vista

Morganfield’s is undeniably the ‘star restaurant’ at The Star, also home to The Star Vista and The Star Performing Arts Centre. Entering the Noah’s Ark inspired building from the front; you would notice the 180-seater first due to its big space and signature. And it has easily the most crowds on a lazy weekday afternoon. […]

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Poulet – New Cranberry Chicken and New Outlet at Great World City

Poulet, the popular French casual dining restaurant at Bugis Plus, needs little introduction after it debuted with both positive reviews and customer attendance. Just look at the queues at Bugis+! (Read: Poulet at Bugis+) It is not surprisingly that Poulet’s second branch came fast and furious, at Great World City which has much support from […]

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Nook D.I.Y House of Pancakes – Pancakes Have Never Been This Fun

Rainbow pancakes, red velvet pancakes, bailey’s pancakes and design your own pancakes… The very idea of Nook already sounds way too exciting. What better way to spend a weekday afternoon than to doodle some pancakes with your friend, and then eating your creation? Hmmm. Nook is out of the way at Lor Kilat, a few […]

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