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- When I was diagnosed with cancer
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Tag Archives: east
This is my second time to a Jai Thai restaurant but my first time to a branch in the East. The last time I was a bit disappointed but this time I found the meal fantastic and the service excellent. … Continue reading
A pleasant night at East Coast Lagoon Food Village (hawker centre) which we headed to fix our satay craving. Only downer is touting here (stall owners swarming and calling out to you) as it’s a tourist attraction I guess. Haron … Continue reading
Lately there have been a number of new malls opening in the East of Singapore. Paya Lebar Square is convenient as it’s attached to the Paya Lebar MRT. Just across this mall you can walk to the Singpost building which also has … Continue reading
View from the overground train.
Bedok Mall is open way earlier than expected. I like that it’s connected to the Bedok MRT but other than Wingstop (chicken wing chain from USA that hasn’t crossed my radar) nothing else seemed that exciting. For food I would … Continue reading
I’m not that much of a fan of BreadTalk but my partner is more impressed than me. My family likes Din Tai Fung but for me it’s a no. But what they do right is the environment is nice and … Continue reading
Tried out Penny University at East Coast Road (very near the famous hokkien mee and prawn mee soup) and I am eager to return for the coffee. The booth seats are pretty comfy and surprisingly not squeezy (they were generous … Continue reading
Lovely canopy of trees and it was pretty relaxing even though it was the weekend. I guess we got lucky with the timing as people were leaving as we arrived at the Starbucks at Big Splash. (Wrote the post some … Continue reading
Had a lovely meal at Cafe Melba and I’ll be happy to return. It’s an Australian inspired cafe located in the East at Goodman Arts Centre and it’s a bit difficult to find so you’ll need your GPS or smartphone map. … Continue reading
B was very excited. He thought he was bringing me to try the best pao ever called the Kongfu Pau from JB. He was sorely let down. The pau in question (giant one with ingrediants including egg, pork and mushroom) … Continue reading
A stormy day at East Coast Beach. The sky threatened, but we did not let it keep us away till fat droplets hit our faces. Warm rain is not strange to us here. And somehow. If you didn’t tell me … Continue reading
This is what our government calls the heartlands, but to me it’s just real, down to earth Singapore. I always wonder how the traditional provision shops compete with NTUC. It’s seems so unfair to these small family run businesses.
We decided to try this hokkien mee at 396 East Coast Road to see how it compares to the one in Geylang with the same name. The one I raved about recently. B tells me that it’s actually run by … Continue reading
I still like Liang Court best, but this little mall is beginning to become a close second. Especially when it comes to food other than Japanese food, where the best is still found at Liang Court in my opinion. Had … Continue reading
Changi City Point is developed by the same group that came up with the very popular Centre Point in town. Many would come here for the outlet stores including some very firsts (like Payless which sells cheap shoes arranged neatly … Continue reading