Brunch at Symmetry

Symmetry is my new favourite haunt for some good brunch. It’s located near Bugis Junction, where I frequent every Saturday with Baby Daniel for our chiropractic sessions. One Saturday, we were hungry and craving for some brunch and thanks to Google, I found Symmetry located just nearby where we were so we decided to pop over. Symmetry: Café by day, restaurant bar by night, Symmetry is nestled in a serene spot within Jalan Kubor. Taking inspiration from both the Australian…

View Post

Ryoshi Sushi Ikeikemaru at Liang Court

If you’re looking for some very fresh sushi that doesn’t burn a hole in your pocket, then you must check out Ryoshi Sushi Ikeikemaru at Liang Court B1. Personally, I’ve never heard of this place until Peter passed by the other day and noticed a HUGE crowd queuing up for dinner. You know how Singapore works. Long q = something good, well, worth checking out at least. So this Vesak Day when the both of us were ready for dinner at…

View Post

Yogurberry – the new yoghurt chain in Singapore

With more than 270 outlets in 27 countries, Yogurberry has finally made it’s way to the shores of Singapore! Froyos (frozen yoghurt) are such awesome alternatives to ice cream! :) It’s low in fat (less than 0.5% per 100g) and low in calories (less than 98kcal per 100g). Yogurberry currently has 3 outlets at NUS Food Junction, Great World City Food Junction and Bugis Junction Food Junction. I recently went down to the one at Bugis Junction to check them out! YogurBerry…

View Post

Tiong Bahru Bakery – Aye or Nay?

Tiong Bahru Bakery started in collaboration with celebrity baker, Gontran Cherrier. There’s been a lot of hype about their Croissant, with some even going to the extent of calling it the BEST CROISSANT in Singapore. I’ve been wanting to try it myself and last weekend, after our lovely massage at Estheva Spa (Raffles Hotel), we hopped on over to Raffles City to check out Tiong Bahru Bakery. I was on a mission to see if Tiong Bahru Bakery’s croissant really…

View Post

The Royal Mail @ Ascott

The Royal Mail at Ascott has a new menu! This restaurant and bar is home to contemporary British cuisine with an emphasis on Roasts. The husband and I went for dinner to try their new menu by Group Executive Chef Micail Chepi and his team. STARTERS: Pan Seared Foie Gras (S$24) This comes with Camembert Cheese, Mixed Dried Fruit and Scented Honey-Mustard with Riesling Just. I don’t usually like cheese but the cheese went SO WELL with the Pan Seared Foie Gras. It was like…

View Post

Dim Dim – The Hong Kong Pantry @ Marina Square

This is a belated post on a food tasting event I was invited to some time back. I’ve never heard of Dim Dim, so I thought it’ll be a good opportunity to check it out. Dim Dim is located at Marina Link near the exit of Esplanade MRT. It’s not an area which many would pass by so it took me a little while to find my way there. Dim Dim – The Hong Kong Pantry is a local based…

View Post

Gaia Ristorante – Restaurant Week 2014

Gaia Ristorante @ Goodwood Park Hotel is one of our picks for Restaurant Week 2014 for some Italian Food! We have decided to pick all of the places we have never been to before to check out what’s awesome. I am quite sure there are many hidden gem of a restaurant which we aren’t aware of yet. :) So last Saturday, we went to Gaia for lunch. :) It is a 4 course set costing $40++ per person. The interior…

View Post

Wooloomooloo Steakhouse – Restaurant Week 2014

I love it’s central location right at Level 3 of Swissotel. Super easy for shopping & a nice coffee at Raffles City thereafter :) So it’s Restaurant Week and we kicked it off with an awesome meal at Wooloomooloo Steakhouse. I am embarrassed to say that I haven’t heard of this place prior. But it’s never too late I guess. The 3 course set lunch we ate here was VERY GOOD. It’s still open for reservations only from 13-23 March…

View Post