A Gastronome Experience


Ichibantei
July 21, 2009, 1:29 pm
Filed under: Desserts, Japanese, Restaurant

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The problem with SOME men is that they can be rather stubborn and unadventurous when it comes to food. Let me use my-other-half to exemplify. Eating at the same restaurant, check. Placing an order for the same dish, check. From what i see, its time for a change, its time to step out of comfort zone, its time to check out Ichibantei~

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Miharu
July 18, 2009, 4:44 pm
Filed under: Japanese, Restaurant

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Robertson Quay, quiet by day but thronging with crowds by night. Every visit to the Quay holds a certain purpose, a memory worth recollecting. The wasted nights at DBL O, the discovery of a fantabulous slice of Le Royale at Canale for a dear friend’s 21st, my 21st birthday “tart” from Laurent Bernard’s Chocolatier, the delightful brunch and high-tea sessions at Epicurious and last but not least, the sight of grandma enjoying her very first bowl of Ramen!

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One Caramel
July 16, 2009, 3:53 pm
Filed under: Desserts

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The Singaporean lifestyle is so hectic we can barely find time for ourselves. When we chance upon a chair, we sit down, heaving a big sigh of relief, as though we haven’t sat in days. The throbbing migraine, the backache and the sore legs, life is so much like a battlefield. With every storm comes a rainbow. As we step out of each battlefield, it is only natural that we reward ourselves. That’s why we chose One Caramel, where dessert-holics gather, sugarcoat and expose themselves to an all high sugar rush.

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Satay Club (Pasir Panjang FC)
July 10, 2009, 3:27 pm
Filed under: Hawker Fare, Malay/Indian, Snacks

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If you were from my mother’s generation, Satay Club ought to hold some special and fond memories for you. After the demolishment of the food center which once housed the well-acclaimed Satay Club stalls, the stall owners have since scattered and relocated to various places across the island. At 50 cents a stick, the price may be steep to some, but for better quality and a whole lot of nostalgia, would 50 cents a stick sound less unreasonable?

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Hua Kee
July 9, 2009, 3:15 pm
Filed under: Chinese, Hawker Fare

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Hua Kee, a cze char cum seafood stall housed inside Pasir Panjang’s food center. Due to the ongoing construction, the food center seems to have experienced a drop in patrons. If you are arriving via private transportation, do keep your eyes peeled for the car-park signage as it can be rather inconspicuous and obscure from view.

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