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Outside People’s Park Complex: Authentic Snacks from China

If I was not already so full from the Sichuan noodles I would have had these snacks which are really good. I especially like the pancake filled with minced pork and really spicy chilli oil.  You can spot the long … Continue reading

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iO Italian Osteria at HillV2

The restaurant is at level 2 of HillV2 and you can dine in pleasant surroundings as the place is filled with light and spacious. For once I didn’t feel bloated after a meal, but it was pretty expensive considering the … Continue reading

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Best Penang Assam Laksa in Singapore: Another Visit

Somehow my post about Penang Assam Laksa garnered a lot of hits. It’s strange sometimes which posts turn out to be popular. Usually the least expected ones. Makes me happy though. Went back for another visit because when I mentioned … Continue reading

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The Best French Cafes in Singapore

I’m loving all the new French Cafes in Singapore. Too many to count now but I did a new blog post listing my top picks. And to think all these years we had to make do with Delifrance and their … Continue reading

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The Cajun Kings at Jalan Riang: I Would Come Here Again for the Gumbo

Was sad to see the Australian restaurant Jules close down. I wonder why, because it was very popular. In it’s place is The Cajun Kings where I’ve found a new favourite – Gumbo. It was my first time trying it … Continue reading

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Spicy Brunch

We had Prawn Mee soup recently. I used to prefer this to just plain noodle soup when I was a kid. But this time we had the Ngor Hiang as well, making it the perfect local brunch.

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Seeing your Blog as a Butterfly

Loved this post by Guillaume with the intriguing title Butterfly. It spoke to me and I am sure most bloggers will face this dilemma too. How much to give in to the temptation for google searchable but boring titles, or … Continue reading

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