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I had never heard of plant based calamari before and did not expect it to taste so good and be as chewy as squid. The ambience at Little Farms Bar and Grill at Serangoon Gardens is pretty nice especially after … Continue reading
He’s usually not free due to various meetings. It was nice to chat non stop.
I didn’t have any cake but they were stunning to look at. The flat white I had was great, my partner found his latte too ‘heaty’ (acidic?). He can’t take stronger coffee like I can. The Cuban sandwich was nothing … Continue reading
Pancakes with fairy floss.
We stopped for a light lunch at the lovely cafe within the gardens. The cheese platter was so lovely.
Staff were struggling here. We didn’t order the tiny cakes that cost at least $17 before tax and opted for a large basket of piping hot French fries instead. Pretty good but you could get much more for $13.50 at … Continue reading
I usually am not fond of salted caramel but these rolls were actually good and not overly sweet. A quiet and spacious place in town which is rare. Good comfy seats but the only downer is they won’t give you … Continue reading
Breaking up my posting on the Perth Trip to post some Singapore food adventures. Been craving for these cupcakes but felt underwhelmed this time. I’m not sure why. Perhaps due to some troubling news regarding my cathaport. Don’t care for … Continue reading
I should have listened to my cousin and opted for her suggestions of instagrammable cafes by the beach. No reservations were allowed here at Cafe Elixir, and even though it was packed my cousin managed to snag us a table. … Continue reading
We didn’t plan to go here and it was quite a random find. Glad we checked it out. They serve good coffee here which surprised us as it’s rare as most places have coffee that’s acidic & sourish. Reminded us … Continue reading
It was crowded this time as we were there after 1.30pm and not around noon like the last time.
Every time I find a cafe I like it tends to close down. It’s mostly because I like places that are relatively empty, at least at off peak hours. The service at the Gastronomia Da Paolo VivoCity Branch is great. … Continue reading
Ever since watching an engaging documentary called Deli Man on Jewish Delis, I have been more than keen to try out an authentic place in Singapore. Namely the one at Mandarin Gallery. I went with sky high expectations (you would … Continue reading
Really nice relaxed vibe here even though I find the coffee a tad bitter. Perhaps I’ll stick to tea next time.
Because our usual haunt, Starbucks is always suffocatingly crowded we headed to the Haagen Dazs Cafe instead which is not very popular due to steep prices. Their cookie dough ice cream is very good. I think much better than Ben … Continue reading
Lately the weather has been fantastic in my book cooling to 26 degrees which is a rarity for us. Headed to one end of Singapore, Ponggol, for a change of scene. Found only one cafe open on the 2nd … Continue reading
If you prefer your ice cream not too sweet, you might like the home made vanilla ice cream at OTG. I prefer mine richer and other flavours, but it was great with the warm waffle.
Now that Jones the Grocer has closed operations at ION (another victim of our saturated F&B market), we head to Haagen Dazs instead. Around the same location at level 4. I don’t like the coffee so opt for some other … Continue reading
After having fresh crumpets in Melbourne I have been seeking them in Singapore and finally found them served with poached eggs at Arbite. Hope they do a sweet offering with fresh cream and jam soon.
Another place that I have been meaning to check out and finally got the company. So glad my cousin trudged all the way with me to Novena Medical Centre and since she has a better sense of direction, she led … Continue reading