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!
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
Sumire first opened in Tokyo in 2009 and currently, it has 70 stores in Japan and more stores in countries like Singapore, UK and USA. What does Sumire mean? The word "Smile" in Japan is actually pronounced as "Su-Mi-Le" and the President of Sumire fine-tuned the name to Sumire as he wants to promote that … Continue reading Sumire Yakitori House: Casual Japanese Restaurant made affordable
I used to think PappaRich was for the rich (got that impression from the name) for some reason. After actually entering this place for the first time, I found out that this place is value for money! One of the things I always wondered was why are their menu prices so expensive compared to hawkers, … Continue reading PappaRich: Not just for the rich
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
Singpost Centre is all decked for Christmas with many food, gaming, and other vendors occupying the whole atrium for a Christmas Carnival. This carnival is here to stay from 18th to 26th December 2017, so do pop by and give it a look. Famous for their Japanese Soft Cream Buns, HATTENDO Cafe (八天堂) themselves have … Continue reading Christmas Carnival 2017 @ Singpost Centre
Cast Iron just opened its doors in Duo Galleria less than a month ago, and is definitely a hidden gem. This restaurant serves 2 different cuisines - Japanese and Western, and both were equally impressive. This place was pretty hard to find as there were no signs pointing towards Cast Iron. (1) Dinner Menu Items … Continue reading Cast Iron Japanese Restaurant: A Whole New Level of Dining Experience
A dessert cafe known for their lava cookies, that explodes the moment a scoop of ice cream lands on it.
The famous April's Bakery Pie from Thailand has opened its 3rd and newest outlet in Singapore at Chinatown Point, after their Tampines and One Raffles Place outlet. Currently, they have more than 60 branches in Thailand. Be greeted with a wide variety of pie flavours that are freshly made every day. All of their pies are … Continue reading April’s Bakery: Famous Pies from Thailand