Nonya Kueh 娘惹粿 @ Glory Catering

After a heavy lunch at Delicious Boneless Chicken Rice, we still had room for kopi and some kueh (also spelled as kuih). Glory Catering is just down the road so we went there. There are several types of kueh and in Singapore, the two most popular kueh origins are the Chinese Kueh (some found in … Continue reading

Delicious Boneless Chicken Rice @ Katong Shopping Centre

Keef has mentioned he liked Delicious Boneless Chicken Rice in Katong Shopping Centre when I returned to Singapore in 2012. He said the ko lei chye tng (cabbage soup) was good and it came free of charge! 3 years later I’m here with a huge appetite. The queue was long, and that’s a good sign! … Continue reading

The Bakery Chef

Coffee culture is growing in Singapore and little cafes are sprouting up everywhere. Where they were once confined in Orchard Road, they are now available anywhere there’s human traffic. The dense and dry Red Velvet here failed to impress me but their Rainbow Cake was definitely better than the more expensive (S$12) and vibrant-looking cake … Continue reading

Tanjong Rhu Pau & Confectionery 丹戎禺包点

The Kim Kee Wanton Mee and Kway Chap meal we had at Block 4A Jalan Batu Market & Food Centre was not bad but it was just ordinary. In my humble opinion, it’s just not worth queueing up for 20 minutes but that’s just me. As evidenced in my recent trip, there were people willing … Continue reading

The Bonding Tool @ The Shilla Seoul 서울신라호텔

Our trip to Korea in May was for the purpose of taking pre-wedding photos of Ryan and Valerie but that didn’t stop us from exploring Seoul with whatever time we had on hand. In fact, we lived the days as if Armageddon was around the corner. The few days passed very quickly. It was, in … Continue reading

Lady M® Confections @ One Fullerton, Singapore

I did an introductory post on Lady M® Confections @ Marina Square recently when Vanessa and Sebastian went there. The photos of the cakes looked so good I’d promised myself to visit it soon. Last Sunday after a family meal of Japanese steamboat at Orchard Central, I finally got to Lady M® Confections @ One … Continue reading

Chihuly Lounge @ The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore

Jerry’s back from Switzerland and we intended to do some catching up with tea followed by dinner but we weren’t that lucky! Firstly, The French Stall (TFS) that I wanted to go for tea was closed on Mondays and secondly, so was Sik Bao Sin (our dinner venue). We only knew that TFS was not … Continue reading

Can BreadTalk?

Bread, staple nutrition in many different cultures across the globe, is one of the world’s oldest food. “There are people in the world so hungry, that God cannot appear to them except in the form of bread.” ― Mahatma Gandhi Post WWII, modern agricultural technology has greatly improved food production. The introduction of infinite combinations … Continue reading

Good Morning Nanyang Cafe 早安南洋 – More Than Just A Jam!

One of the 4 makan kakis named Tony is a very famous food blogger and the girl recognised him immediately! She knew that if she followed him closely, she could steal a good meal away from him. He is always busy taking photos. He wouldn’t notice a few ciabatta kaya toasts or curry chicken missing, … Continue reading

Off To The Races – Dead Heat Day!

Continuing from yesterday’s post Off To The Races – Don’t Get Caught Up! After the salad medley, my lunch began with Pan Mien 板麺 (pronounced as ban mian) which is a Hakka-style noodle with anchovy and soybean stock, originating from Malaysia. Its Chinese name literally translates to “flat board noodle”. Trakus is a real time … Continue reading