Golden Mile Complex is known as “Little Thailand” in Singapore. As you step into the complex, most of the restaurants are selling thai cuisines. There are mini mart selling Thai ingredients as well. Most people who comes to this place to satisfy their Thai cuisine cravings. So many restaurants to choose from and there are new openings too. One of the recent F&B venture is the Abb Zabb with their signature Tom Yum Lobster. Continue reading [SG EATS] Affordable Tom Yum Lobster By Abb Zabb | Golden Mile Complex
Matcha trends continue in Hong Kong and since we are in Hong Kong over the weekend trip, we continue to see the next instagram worthy and hipster café named Via Tokyo. The first matcha/ green tea café we went was SinMei Tea and it was good. This time round, we are having matcha softserve. Continue reading [HK EATS] VIA TOKYO-Japanese Desserts| HONG KONG
Gudetama food craze is happening in Hong Kong! It was not a planned dinner but somehow rather we were nearby the location and end up at Dim Sum Icon. If you are not aware about it, Gudetama is known with the lazy looking yolk and it is Japanese-origin anime character that flooded with social media feeds recently. Dim Sum Icon has collaborated with Gudetama to launch the food items on the restaurant’s menu. Continue reading [HK EATS] Gudetama [ ぐでたま] Theme-Restaurant DIM SUM ICON | Hong Kong
I knew about Kiang Kee Bak Kut Teh during my secondary school days and it was actually owned by my friend’s family business. It has slowly began to fame after years and being featured in various social media platform. The scale of business is expanding but yet retains the location and the attap roof. Continue reading [JB EATS] Kiang Kee Bak Kut Teh 强记肉骨茶 | Kota Tinggi , Johor
Be Alert Crab Lovers! Azur Restaurant is having Crab & Crepes special weekend-only dinner buffer promotion from 25th September till 29th November 2015. For those who are seeking for crabs feast, Azur Restaurant is offering you a creative way of serving crabs dishes.
The team at My Little Spanish Place is all set to welcome Japanese Pastry Chef Emily Mori from Tokyo, Japan for their first guest chef dinner at their third outlet, My Little Spanish Place Boat Quay. The One-Day event on 8 October (Thursday) offers a 4-course dinner that includes a dessert platter with 6 types of desserts created by two pastry chefs. The dinner is priced at S$78++ per head. Continue reading Newsletter: “8 Hands” Dinner with Japanese Pastry Guest Chef, Emily Mori
Hong Kong amaze me each time I visit as there is always new food places I can explore. This time round with the trending social media platform, I get to know about ATUM Desserant. It is one of the classic and ‘atas’ (referring to high-class) patisserie I ever visited. The current trend has lead to few new places such as DOUX as well. Since ATUM is the first origin concept, we decided to go for it last month (September). Continue reading [HK EATS] ATUM Desserant (銅鑼灣) | Hong Kong
District 10 Bar & Restaurant has expanded their outlet to Suntec City on September 2015. You can read about my previous visit at their outlet in UE Square for brunch menu here.
Spiffy Dapper is located at the second floor of 73 Amoy Street which is also a walking distance from Tanjong Pagar or Telok Ayer MRT station. The place is known as Dapper Coffee during the day time where they serve caffeine fix while Spiffy Dapper is well-known with its experimental drinks and their house blend. Interesting concept and ideas to cater to different customers needs around the area. Customers can also request for customized blend drinks and the bartender will mix creatively accordingly. You can name the drink after your name too! Continue reading [SG EATS] SPIFFY DAPPER | 73 AMOY STREET, SINGAPORE
Whenever it’s about Hong Kong, I would think of dim sum paradise. How about u? During my recent foodie weekend trip with Eric, we visited Mott32. Reservation was made beforehand to avoid disappointment. Mott32 is the concept by Maximal Concepts and located in the basement of Standard Chartered Bank. The restaurant is named after 32 Mott Street, New York’s first Chinese convenience store that opened in 1851 and marks the start of New York’s Chinatown as of today. The restaurant has the concept of east and west inspired cuisine.