Tanjong Beach Club (Sentosa): where we got our beach fix in the Lion City

Every time I go on holiday and find myself relaxing on a beach during a schoolnight, I try my hardest to refrain from singing “Is this the real life? / Is this just fantasy?” out loud for Freddie Mercury, I am not. Truth is, I do feel a teensy bit guilty for…

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Tatsuya (Goodwood Park Hotel): where premium sashimi comes with a premium price

I must’ve missed Japanese food so much because it was all I ever really wanted to eat on my recent Singapore trip. When my friend T asked what I wanted for our lunch date, I automatically answered sashimi. She suggested we meet at Tatsuya in Goodwood Park Hotel. (Photo credit)…

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Cake Spade (Tanjong Pagar): where you get your daily puns through cake

My corny sense of humour makes me a laughing victim of puns, from the most offensive to the wittiest. So when my foodie friend Franny suggested we tea-a-tea’d (geddit, geddit?) over at Cake Spade after our satisfying gyoza lunch, I was really excited. That punny moniker alone piqued my interest…

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Gyoza King (Tanjong Pagar): where my gyoza high continues

I met up with my foodie friend Franny for a catch up lunch in Singapore. She asked whether I felt like having gyoza, burger or ramen, and I opted for the dumplings because I was still on a gyoza high and thought it would be a good point for comparison.…

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Gyoza-ya (Robinsons Orchard): where I fell in love with gyoza

If you’ve been reading this blog long enough, you should know that I’ve not ever been too excited about gyoza until last year, when I tried Osaka Ohsho in Manila. In line with this new found hope for the humble Japanese dumpling, I’ve pushed and pinched Plaid Boy to take me…

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