The Nex logo decked out in Christmas lights and joined by Winnie the Pooh and friends.
Dangerous for kids or just to warn kids to keep away? I’m sure a mall would’t put up something without a barrier if there was a real danger or would they? I hope not. So if you have little kids – watch where they put their curious little fingers. I saw some parents doing just that today, although they looked exhausted running after their toddler.
Wendy’s. Another favourite where people chose to patiently queue. There are branches at Orchard and Holland Village as well, if you’re craving for a Wendy’s burger and don’t want to queue.
This is another great option with little restaurants within that seem authentically Japanese. There were Japanese chefs there to welcome you too.
Kabe No Ana – a Japanese pasta place I would love to try out.
Seeing such a long line for Wendys when there are so many other, more interesting restaurants is really interesting.
Japanese pasta? Unheard of. Please let me know how/what it is.
I actually like the Japanese take on pasta. It’s a little sweetish and pan fried with just a coating of sauce. The same way Japanese curry is sweetish, but yummy still.
Singaporeans love new Fast Food places – American and Japanese.
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