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Tag Archives: Serangoon Gardens
You can’t go too wrong with a meal at Pow Sing. The sambal chilli is really good and extremely spicy. They open as early as 5pm for dinner. We try to go before 6pm in order to get a parking … Continue reading
The service at The Coffee Daily in Serangoon Gardens is wonderfully warm, and the food quality surprised me too (very good under it’s newest management who keep the cafe open for longer hours). I look forward to coming here again soon. … Continue reading
Not much space to sit here and wish they took up 2 units instead (but yes it wouldn’t be called little then). The iced earl grey tea was refreshing but B found the green tea latte too sweet. Lovely decor … Continue reading
Duke Bakery has opened a branch at My Village. The breads here are tasty but expensive. Not as good as Maison Kayser in terms of moist chewiness but better than most other similar type bread shops.
I know that everyone’s trying to get a seat at the famed Tim Ho Wan from Hong Kong, but I am satisfied with the offerings at Crystal Jade and the Old Hong Kong Taste at My Village. The tiny egg … Continue reading
B informed me that he had read a feature in the newspapers and that The Coffee Daily had changed hands. When we visited I was wondering why the previous owners were not there. It’s quite sad to find out that … Continue reading
Buono has a real Italian owner. I assume he was the owner because he entered the restaurant and greeted everyone warmly. I figured he must be Salvatore Buono. The restaurant’s decor is unique with playing cards stuck to the ceiling. … Continue reading
I would come to Shin Kushiya again although the prices are a tad steep. The Pumpkin Croquette I picked, is not the healthiest thing but so yummy. Happy that we were given a huge cosy booth seat. A peek at … Continue reading
Tasteful decorations at the little mall – My Village. Tried the assam laksa, but it was nowhere near what I had in Geylang opposite Aljunied MRT.
I have tried the satay at Glutton’s Bay, the East Coast Market, Lau Pa Sat and at many other places, but I think the one at Serangoon Garden Market beats them all. This stall used to be the famous one … Continue reading
Read about Coffee Daily, a new independent coffee place, in our local TV guide, 8 Days. Decided then and there to make our way to Brighton Crescent at Serangoon Gardens. This spot used to be occupied by Awfully Chocolate as … Continue reading
Had a rootbear float some time ago at Happy Daze, which is very close to the My Village mall in Serangoon Gardens. You’re right smack in the middle of the quiet residential estate. I sure miss A&W. The rootbeer flat … Continue reading
My Village is not a souless mall as it’s Facebook Page declares and I have to agree. During this visit I spotted kites being flown and there was something new being constructed at the rooftop. The new Healthway clinic has … Continue reading
Chocolate and peanut butter cake at Relish. This is so rich it must be shared. This is the perfect place to relax on a rainy afternoon, with soothing music, high ceilings and impeccable service. We never feel rushed here. Free … Continue reading
Been hearing so much about this restaurant but I’ve never been. Well finally we explored it. It has a kind of fusion menu. I had the Japanese burger which is like a mix of curry rice and a burger. A … Continue reading
Unlike other malls there’s no huge developer behind the aptly named My Village, just twin brothers who own the building and are passionate about it having grown up in the estate. It’s small size makes it cosy. The only drawback … Continue reading
We drove by the cosiest mall ever, My Village at Maju Avenue, but almost didn’t go in because there was no place to park. Lucky thing there was free valet parking. We were there for the Carnival and party. It … Continue reading
You don’t have to be a member of the club to dine at Yum Char. There’s also another branch in Chinatown which I’ve tried as well, but to be honest I prefer to have Dim Sum at Taste Paradise at … Continue reading
At first I thought the service was lacking, but they might have been busy due to the Chinese New Year Corporate lunches. There was a plump older Singaporean aunty who was bringing the Dim Sum around and she tried so … Continue reading
I loved checking out this new, cosy little mall, especially with the awesome Chinese New Year decorations. Love the pretty pink lanterns that look like flowers and paper cutting styled bunnies everywhere. I thought the cut-outs of the twin brothers … Continue reading
I love the tasteful decorations for the Year of the Rabbit at My Village, the new little mall in Serangoon Gardens. I love it for the very reason that it’s tiny and relatively empty. The new mall is located at … Continue reading