Sunday, August 23, 2015

The Cold Pantry @ Rangoon Road


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Undoubtedly one of the most popular waffles in Singapore, pictures of the famed Chocolate Root Beer Waffles at The Cold Pantry have invaded my instagram feed time and again and I've always wanted to try their Thai Milk Tea soft serve! So we made our way here after brunch at AEIOU, only to find out that the Thai Milk Tea soft serve wasn't available until further notice...

So anyway, we've heard that the Chocolate Root Beer Waffles ($12.50) doesn't really have much taste of root beer but I think they've worked on the recipe because I can taste root beer in the waffle! The waffle is dense and fluffy and I really enjoyed that subtle root beer flavour with the cold charcoal vanilla soft serve. That root beer drizzle, though, really does not have a trace of root beer. Oh, and we added their handmade honeycomb crumble ($1.20) to make the waffles prettier!

Thursday, August 20, 2015

AEIOU @ King George's Avenue

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It isn't difficult to locate AEIOU but the absence of a signboard means that you need to know exactly how the place looks. The tell-tale signs are vintage chairs and metal grills on the outside of the cafe and you just can't miss those eye-catching words "Oriental Antique House"

Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Flor Patisserie @ Duxton Hill

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Flor Patisserie at Duxton Hill celebrates her fifth birthday with a brand new look, a much larger space and a new range of cakes. Flor Patisserie has always been one of my favourite bakeries. Their Japanese-inspired French pastries are always light, easy on the palate and always leave me craving for more. You can be sure of the quality and freshness of the cakes at Flor as they are freshly baked daily and are crafted using only the finest ingredients sourced from all over the world.

Thursday, August 13, 2015

Legendary Hong Kong @ Jurong Point

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Legendary Hong Kong has been around for more than a year and its a shame that I've only just found out about it, especially when I stay near Lakeside. This huge casual joint is reminiscent of those popular cha chaan tengs in Hong Kong and that was what struck me first as I walked into the place. It might not be the easiest place to locate as all the signboards are bright and flashy and there are a ton of them but that area is dressed to look like the streets of Hong Kong and I think that does add points to the ambience of LHK. The brainchild of a Hong Kong-er, the food here is as authentic as it gets, and possibly the closest you can get to Hong Kong

Wednesday, August 12, 2015

GARDEN BEATS Festival @ Fort Canning Park


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GARDEN BEATS is Singapore's first ever electric picnic. Inspired by Piknik Electronik, this music festival attracted huge crowds that came to bask in the sun and music. Armed with picnic mats and all sorts of snacks, like-minded folks were all over the place swaying to the music or just chilling

Monday, August 10, 2015

Tring 313 Food Trail @ 313 (Somerset)

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Have you heard of the mobile app, Tring 313? Well I haven't until I went on a food trail at 313@somerset. I learnt more about the app and after downloading it did I realise that the app has so much to offer! In addition to having a store directory and store locator, you can also purchase coupons on Tring 313. The coupons are exclusive to shops in 313 so you can expect to find 1 for 1 Bingsu deals at O'ma Spoon, $18 for a $30 discount deals at Chir Chir, and deals at Forever 21 and Singapore's favourite froyo store llaollao!

Wednesday, August 5, 2015

NikuNoHi, Nigiro Cafe & Maguro-Donya Miura-Misaka-Kou @ Eat At Seven(Suntec City)


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Another three of the seven dining concepts at Eat At Seven have been officially launched. Joining Enbu, is a restaurant that specialises in sashimi and Maguro, a Uakiniku restaurant and a cafe serving Italian-Japanese fare.