Monthly Archives: March 2017

Nespresso Limited Edition Capsule – Aurora de la Paz

The Aurora de la Paz limited edition capsule first caught my attention while following Nespresso’s instragram account. I was looking forward to getting it when it was revealed that this capsule is only available in selected countries and Singapore was not … Continue reading

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El Tardeo by Binomio

Based on my observation, Mondays are usually slow days in drinking holes. Was surprised to see that Binomio‘s tapas area was almost filled to the brim on a Monday so we decided to head over to their sister restaurant El … Continue reading

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Marble Bistro

Marble Bistro could probably pride themselves as the only place in Singapore where you can find a 7-course meal at $38 per pax (no GST & service charge)! The bistro describes their food as modern cuisine with the use of contemporary … Continue reading

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Tsuta Ramen, Singapore

Maximising my time in Orchard road area to visit an eatery that caused quite a stir when it was unveiled that they would be setting up an outpost in Singapore. On the first few weeks of their opening, reports of … Continue reading

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Yentafo Kruengsonge

Despite having been to Bangkok a couple of times, I did not had the opportunity to try the Thai  – Yong Tau Foo (Yentafo). Decided to try the dish at the Yentafo Kruengsonge at Cineleisure Orchard. They are a chain store … Continue reading

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Salmon Samurai

Salmon Samurai took over the premise of Shinkansen but I later found out that they belonged to the same group. The group changed their Shinkansen outlets to the new concept which focuses on customizable salmon donburi, noodle, and salad bowls. … Continue reading

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Meta

Personally I think Keong Saik road could be a classic example ideal for showcasing the diversity of food choices available within our tiny nation. Within the short span of around 300 metres, you can find eateries serving Indian, Indonesian, Chinese, Western, … Continue reading

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