Tag Archives: Pasta

New Jones the Grocer at ION

We were seeking a new place in town for a girls’ night out and we had already been to Marmalade Pantry at ION. D and I wanted a place near the MRT so decided on the new outlet of Jones … Continue reading

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Expected Better from Hoshino Coffee

Every time I passed this new cafe the queue was so long I told myself to forget it. This time I braved the queue. In the end I found out that part of the reason the queue is so long … Continue reading

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Our Hong Kong Trip Back in 2007: Day 2

View from our hotel – Langham Place. The room had a similar view and you can see how densely packed the city is, even more than Singapore. But at least Hong Kong has hills in the distance. I also now … Continue reading

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Our Hong Kong Trip Back in 2007: Day 1

I’ve been to Hong Kong a total of 4 times and thought I should dig up photos from my last trip with B in 2007. You see, my cousin’s going there in December and I thought I should jog my … Continue reading

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Helsinki: The Food I Didn’t Like

I’ll do another entry on the food I liked but mostly the trip made me appreciate the food we have back home which is way cheaper and more suited to my taste buds.  Guess I am not very adventurous when … Continue reading

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Oriole Cafe & Bar – think I ordered the wrong coffee

There are so many boutique cafes popping up all over Singapore and being a coffee addict I’ve been out in search for the best. After hearing so many raves about this place, I was a little disappointed when the coffee … Continue reading

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Kabe no Ana (Japanese Pasta at Nex)

We finally tried the Japanese pasta at Kabe no Ane, which means hole in the wall. The restaurant dates back to 1953 when it first opened in Japan. I must say I really fancied the texture of the noodles. Here’s … Continue reading

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