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I know that this Japanese chain store is a nightmare for the environment in terms of packaging, but it sure is colourful and enticing. Eye Candy to brighten up the grocery shopping experience.
Sad that this won’t be permanently on the menu. Doesn’t it look so enticing? Had this at a very tiny outlet at 18 Tai Seng, manned by just one girl. Don’t know how she manages, but she does a good … Continue reading
My storage solutions are usually from Daiso or IKEA but it’s nice to have another option. Previously the stuff here was just too expensive so I’m glad they have come to their senses. Competition from Daiso must have nudged them … Continue reading
I requested for the chicken balls instead of the pork. Not much taste but good with the chilli. The broth made you feel very full. B remarked that’s it’s probably full of collagen. That’s great because I’ve been hearing so … Continue reading
This looked very enticing and it tasted refreshing. I do love the freeze dried strawberry within, making this a healthier snack, am I right?
I don’t know if this is technically a Japanese store, but since all the products are from Japan I’m including it in the list. Usually go for the cream puff but decided to try a new product today that was … Continue reading
A picture heavy post. This store is so enticing and attractive, although it’s more on the expensive side compared to Daiso of course. The fruit is like eye candy and the fresh scent of apples today. Just wow. Feast for … Continue reading
Recently it seems to have revamped its offerings and the burgers seem to be fresher. I somehow don’t feel so bloated after eating here compared to say McDonald’s. Perhaps there’s less salt used? Their ice lemon tea is my favourite … Continue reading
Shakey’s Pizza is gone (it was always empty anyway) and replaced by a new pork rice eatery from Hokkaido.
I find the supermarket produce at Meidi-ya at Liang Court just the best looking supermarket products you can find in Singapore. I have never bought any of the fruit as it’s way out of our budget. Nice to look at … Continue reading
I think my favourite place where I experience the Goat Year festivities is Liang Court. I just think they do things so well and I guess I am a Japanophile? Hinamatsuri is Doll’s Day or Girl’s Day and is celebrated each … Continue reading
The year of the sheep (goat or ram) is coming. I am looking forward to cute sheep figurines all over China town and elsewhere. Also spotted tempting pies at a new Ma Maison store.
The one mall in Singapore I find truly relaxing as it makes me feel transported to my favourite place in Asia – Japan. Here are the photos I took as the Japanese New Year is celebrated. What lovely concepts & … Continue reading
Wrote about it at Guillaume’s blog White As Milk.
I love Calpis soda (it’s a bit like a yoghurt fizzy drink and wanted to try this but I was too far away from home and the ice cream would have melted by then).
Finally tried out the new udon place at Liang Court. It’s at level 1 but located in an obscure corner next to the Food Court. Missed it on another occasion and had Shakey’s Pizza instead. Prices are reasonable but it’s … Continue reading
With Instagram, I have stopped doing these shorts posts. But I decided to start them again when I want to just make a short entry for the day. I could do wordless posts but I am always itching to at … Continue reading
We had to check out the yearly Bazaar just outside Takashimaya where I saw people milling around to try samples. Hard to even walk in here but you sure can feel the pre Chinese New Year excitement. What I also … Continue reading
I know I should have just stuck to the Earl Grey tea, but everything here is just so tempting. How can you not try the parfaits (including jello like pudding, cornflakes and pieces of cake too) or the buns? It … Continue reading
I love the way Liang Court does things and they confirm again and again why they remain my favourite place to hang out. I’m in love with everything Japanese so I may be a tad biased. Every time I come … Continue reading
A new speciality Japanese coffee place at 100 AM mall (the former Amara Hotel Shopping Centre). I had the Guatemala Blue Lake which cost S$8.50 (pretty steep). Pleasant place to sit down for a coffee and we were greeted outside … Continue reading
Discovered a new mall, 100 AM which I’ll blog about soon, as well as another chicken Ramen place that satisfies us immensely. My only issue is that it was a bit salty. Between this and the one at Plaza Singapura’s … Continue reading