Just a week ago, I stepped into the beautiful city of Taiwan and was privileged to stay at The Gaia Hotel. Read my review on the stay here. The vicinity was so peaceful and we wanted to just relax in this hotel. For dinner, we dropped by Qiyan One Chinese Restaurant, a restaurant that serves Sichuan … Continue reading QiyanOne Chinese Restaurant @ The Gaia Hotel, Taipei, Taiwan: A cozy restaurant serving Traditional Sichuan & Hunan cuisine
The COMMONS at Bangkok is a really popular place that both locals and tourists visit to just eat and chill. There were students studying here, people who brought their pets to chill, and tourists who were here to try the food and drinks like us. This place has a lot of indoor and outdoor sitting … Continue reading Dolly Churros @ the COMMONS Bangkok: Interesting Twists on Churros
This cafe was tucked in the corner of a building, which suited its mysterious theme so well. From the outside, it had such a mystical vibe to it and as we entered, we were greeted with so many interesting decorations. They had costumes for you to put on and potion bottles. The first dessert I … Continue reading Mocking Tales @ Bangkok: Mystical-themed cafe that serves the most IG-worthy desserts and drinks
Was so glad to be at the pre-opening of Nayuki, a cafe selling teas and bread that are not only visually appealing but also very appetising. We are proud to have Nayuki open their first overseas outlet right here in Singapore! They are definitely riding on the bubble tea trend right now and is one … Continue reading Nayuki: Popular Cheese Tea and Bakery Cafe opens at Vivocity
Starters The Rib King won me over with the sweet & sour barbecue rub on it. It was so tender that it fell right off the bone with every bite and I just couldn’t stop at one, in fact, I probably had half the bowl. I loved the sweetness of it and it was just so … Continue reading The Butcher’s Kitchen @ Suntec City: New Menu with an Asian Fusion
Two Singapore National Day inspired cookies you''ll either hate or love.
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 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
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!
Have you ever heard of an ice cream shop that makes your ice cream orders on the spot? 320 Below does exactly that using a process called Nitrogen freezing, whereby they use nitrogen to freeze a mixture into a solid ice cream form - the same nitrogen as those in the Dragon’s Breath snacks at … Continue reading [CLOSED] 320 Below: Nitrogen Made Ice Cream