Monthly Archives: February 2013

The Perfect Day

At the end of the day, when I’m in bed and the lights are out, I realize once again, that I have not kept to good routines. For instance I haven’t exercised and was sedentary all day, didn’t touch a … Continue reading

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The Year of the Water Snake

It seems quite coincidental that it’s been raining so much this Chinese New Year and it also happens to be the year of the water snake.

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New Cafe: Dolce Tokyo at Somerset 313

Branding really does count, because at first glance, I was impressed by this new cafe at 313 Somerset that had replaced Blue Mountain cafe, but once I saw that MOF was the company behind it, it fell a couple of … Continue reading

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A Day at 100AM Mall: Dragons, Lions, Hong Kong Style Pastries

My second time at 100AM mall. As you can see, I was pretty enthralled by the Imperial Dragon Bakery Cafe logo. It reminds me of the traditional depiction you see in Chinese paper cuttings. I know it’s excessive – more … Continue reading

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Incredibly Frustrating

Incredibly frustrated when service staff at the frontline can’t speak even one word of English (supposed to be the working language in Singapore?). But seriously I don’t mind if I see that they put in effort and perhaps we could … Continue reading

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Omu Rice at Ma Maison

I quite like the Omu Rice served at Ma Maison. This was at the Central branch. From what I read it’s 520 calories for this Japanese take on the omlette.

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How Far Back Can You Remember?

Would love to hear about your earliest childhood memories and what age you were at the time. It seems most people can only recall as far back as age 6. Makes me wonder if there are suppressed memories. Wrote about … Continue reading

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My Honest Thoughts About Tekka Market

If you’re okay with not having a fancy meal, you might be able to have a much more satisfying and affordable one at Tekka. This and Alexandra Village are my 2 top picks for hawker centres in Singapore. The draw … Continue reading

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Tempted at Muji

Love the clean designs of Japanese goods, and Muji’s food products are so pretty. Even simple things like marshmellows. But prices are not low (compared to Ikea), and it’s quite a splurge if you decide to get anything here.

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My Favourite Singapore Hawker Foods & Calories

I often do a disservice tempting you with unhealthy hawker food, so I thought I’d balance it out with awareness of the various calorie counts. I believe in indulging in the best when you do indulge and not going low … Continue reading

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