Ramen & Tonkatsu Ma Maison – Hokkaido Cheese Ramen At Capitol Piazza

Every now and then, I will take a peek of basement 2 Capitol Piazza after work to see if the ‘Ma Maison Ramen Shop’ has opened. To provide some background ...

Joyden Treasures – Chinese Family Recipes & Dim Sum At Leisure Park Kallang

Ah, the taste of homely zi char style heritage dishes. Joyden Treasures at Leisure Park Kallang is the third eatery by Joyden Concept, featuring old school heritage dishes, and a ...

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Quintessence – 3 Star Michelin Restaurant At Tokyo Is Classy, Subtly Exceptional

The French word “Quintessence” exemplifies quality, refinement, and class. This would perfectly ...

Fuunji 風雲児 – Umami Fish Based Tsukemen & Ramen

[Tokyo, Japan] Fu-unji 風雲児 is tsukemen like never before, creamy broth of ...

Wafels & Dinges – Best Belgian Waffle in NYC, Most Popular Food Truck

[New York City] Awarded “Best Belgian Waffle in NYC”, “Most Popular Food ...

Kyushu Jangara 九州じゃんがら – Awesome Tonkotsu Ramen At Harajuku

[Tokyo, Japan] No. I did not walk past Harajuku half a dozen ...

9 Best Restaurants In Hong Kong (And The Price Tag)

Hong Kong is THE go-to city for food, anything from dai pai ...

The Coffee Academics – Listed As One Of The World’s Best Coffee Shop

[Hong Kong] The Telegraph listed Hong Kong’s The Coffee Academics as one ...

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Win A Trip To Dine At Angelina In Paris! All You Need To Do Is Instagram

Dreaming of a trip to Paris? Your wish may come true really soon. Angelina, the Parisian tearoom famous for their Mont Blanc, Hot Chocolate and brunches, is having an Instagram contest and the top prize is a journey to the city of romance Paris! One lucky winner who visits Angelina Singapore at Capitol Piazza between […]

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Andong Zzimdak – 1st Korean Andong Jjimdak Restaurant In Singapore. Huge & Spicy

Mas-issneun. The Korean fever in Singapore continues to heat up with the very first Andong Jjimdak restaurant at Raffles City. We may have seen this dish in Korean family restaurants locally, but this is probably the first eatery dedicated to this dish here. Spicy in taste, huge in portion, and great for sharing, Andong Jjimdak […]

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YOLO Food – The Apprentice Starts A Healthy & Fun Salad Shop

YOLO. You only live once. This is also the name of the salad shop at Icon Village Tanjong Pagar where you can #eatyourgoals. Whether you are a gym junkie, office worker looking to lose some weight, or a closet carnivore who is attempting to have your greens, there seems to be something for everyone at […]

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10 Best Mille Crêpe Cakes In Singapore – Love Them Layer By Layer

The Mille Crêpe Cake has slowly found its way to popularity in Singapore. The word mille means “a thousand”, implying many layers of crêpe (like very thin pancake) stacked up together. Most of the crepe cakes in Singapore contain between 10 to 20 layers. Although the components seem straight-forward with layered crepes and pastry cream, […]

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World Food Day 2015 – Donate Food Through foodpanda, With Just A Simple Click

Support the cause of fighting hunger with just a few clicks. Yes, it is that simple. For World Food Day 2015, foodpanda has launched a 7-day social media campaign “You Say. We Give”. Precious food such as rice and potatoes will be donated to “Food From The Heart Singapore” in your name. All these proceeds […]

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Spago By Wolfgang Puck – Californian Dining At MBS Level 57 SkyPark

Frequent diners at Marina Bay Sands should be familiar with celebrity Chef Wolfgang Puck, whose steakhouse CUT enjoyed much positive reviews (which I do think serves some of the best steaks in Singapore). The next talk of the town should be Spago, opened on Level 57 of MBS SkyPark featuring two concepts – a fine […]

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Patisserie Platine by Waku Ghin – Chef Tetsuya Introduces Dessert Concept At RISE

If Waku Ghin’s $400++ price tag is too much to take for a regular affair, you can have a $12 ‘Waku Ghin’ cake at celebrity Chef Tetsuya Wakuda’s brand-new Patisserie Platine. The selection of 18 types of petit cakes and pastries (priced between $10-$12++) are not available at Waku Ghin itself, but instead at RISE […]

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Bao Makers – Specialty ‘Bao’ 包 Cafe At Horne Road But Not ‘Bao’ (饱 aka full)

The Chinese has different variations of ‘bao’ such as charsiew bao and xiao long bao found in dimsum, whereas the Westerners have Han bao bao (汉堡包) known as burgers. Bao Makers is a bakery cafe specializing in another type of ‘bao’ 包, the Chinese style steamed buns American-Chinese restaurants are known to serve, similar to […]

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Oriole Coffee + Bar Capitol Piazza – 1-For-1 Lunch, and Cold Brew Milk Coffee For The Lactose-Intolerant

Oriole Coffee + Bar was one of the pioneers of the third wave coffee movement in Singapore, considered one of the earlier ‘hipster cafes’. They were also known for their roasting facilities and thus you would be able find their coffee blends (Yellowbird and Raven) at some other cafes as well. Oriole Coffee has obviously […]

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Oven & Fried Chicken – Korean ‘Fried Rice Chicken’ Shop Opens At Bukit Timah

Another Korean Fried Chicken restaurant in Singapore, this time at Bukit Timah Chun Tin Road. My foodie friend told me that his Korean colleagues swore by Oven & Fried Chicken at Telok Ayer, declaring that it was the closest to what they get back home. Well, OFC has opened its second outlet, with another Korean […]

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