Today was the Grand Opening of Kakuida's Kurozu located at Icon Village. In Japan, people consume kurozu as part of their daily diets and Kakuida's Kurozu wants us Singaporeans to do the same for its health benefits. Many Japanese women even take kurozu as part of their daily beauty regime for a more radiant and spirited complexion, count … Continue reading Kakuida’s Kurozu @ Icon Village: Black Vinegar Infused Beverages, Donuts & Desserts!
This cafe is totally not in my area but was so surprised (in a good way) with the food here. Hidden in a row of shophouses, Common Chefs Bistro has such a welcoming vibe that seems like a perfect place for a casual dining with your families on a weekend. In their new menu, they … Continue reading Common Chefs Bistro @ Sembawang: A Humble Cafe with Great Food
If you haven't heard of Pasarbella before, it's something like Marche where there are many food stalls in one area, except that the stalls are separate vendors that all sell different things. We went to Pasarbella recently (thank you Suntec City for the invite) and got to try dishes from many of the vendors and here … Continue reading Pasarbella @ Suntec City: Feast at The Lime Truck, Rollie Olie, Cowboys & Anchors, Cajun on Wheels, and Hou Hou
Tamoya Udon, a popular udon noodle chain in Asia, has recently launched a new series of Tonkotsu specials. All of the dishes here are handmade on site and the ingredients are imported from Japan, making it so authentic. Made by boiling pork bones for hours, here are the reviews of the new series. 1) Tonkotsu … Continue reading Tamoya Udon @ Liang Court: New Tonkotsu Specials
Ajummas recently launched a new menu and the items I'm about to mention are definite must-trys. This Kimchi Pancake, at first sight, looked a little intimidating as the colour of it looked really spicy. However, after taking a bite of it, I was shocked at how it wasn't spicy at all! This was easily the … Continue reading Ajummas @ The Cathay: Authentic and Affordable Korean Food
This is going to be just a short blogpost about his 21st birthday cake done by Miss Glutton SG (Instagram: @missgluttonsg). She bakes part-time as it is her passion. Her dedication to her cakes can be seen as she rushes back home from her full-time job and bakes the cakes the night before collection. All … Continue reading Eugene’s 21st Birthday Cake
myVillage is a shopping mall located in Serangoon Gardens and if you haven't been there, visiting Simple Burgers is a really good reason for you to head down. Simple Burgers has taken on the concept of DIY-ing your own burgers as you go down the aisle. Here's a step by step process of how your … Continue reading Simple Burgers @ myVillage: Super Affordable DIY Burger Concept
Although known for their desserts, Hong Kong Sheng Kee Dessert also serves typical Hong Kong food items like Dim Sum, Noodles and Rice. However, they are slightly towards the higher price points as the portions here are bigger than typical hawkers, and of course, you get the comfort of an air-conditioned place. One of the noodle … Continue reading Hong Kong Sheng Kee Dessert @ Bedok Mall: Noodles, Dim Sum, and of course, Desserts!
Okay I know DIY-ing a popiah sounds hard and initially, I was too lazy to make my own popiah but it was actually super fun! Whenever I eat popiah, I would always have something to say about the popiah like there is too much turnips and too little sweet sauce. However, with this DIY concept, … Continue reading The Peranakan @ Claymore: Free flow and DIY Popiah and Mee Siam
It was the first time I've heard of this mall called myVillage at Serangoon Garden and in this place has a hidden gem - Hajime Tonkatsu & Ramen. Just a little background of the chef: Chef Tan-San is actually a Singaporean who worked his way up to the chef he is today. In summary, he … Continue reading Hajime Tonkatsu & Ramen @ myVillage: A Japanese Restaurant with no service charge