Wild Rocket SG: where I had Mod Sing cuisine and a history lesson

Whenever I visit Singapore, I always try to meet up with my former colleague, S (who also blogs here). She always takes me to the coolest places, which makes sense as she’s lived there all her life. For this trip, S took me to Wild Rocket at Mount Emily. Wild Rocket serves “Mod…

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Drury Lane Café Singapore: where lunch was served with kilig moments

Momma J, the expert networking Queen Bee, suggested I hook up with food/travel blogger Fran (of Frannywanny) whilst I was in Singapore. It was another testament of how small the world is because Fran and I found out we shared some common friends. Fran suggested lunch at Drury Lane on…

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La-la-la-love… SUSHI/SASHIMI (Tomi Sushi, Novena, Singapore)

I’ve been thinking of sushi/sashimi a lot lately. The last time I’ve had proper sushi here in London was during a date in Kikuchi three years ago where I’ve had the most amazing aburi otoro in my life. Given that 1) we racked a bill of £150 (which I insisted…

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La-la-la-love… CRABS! (Long Beach, Dempsey HiIl Singapore)

I’ve been seriously dreaming of crabs. The crustacean, mind you. Not the nasty one. If I were to describe my idea of food nirvana I’d hand you a plate of foie, cheese, a chunk of rare fillet steak, and a heap load of crabs. Plaid Boy and I met up…

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New Ubin Seafood: where I fell in love with rice

DISCLAIMER: Some photos were grabbed (and credited) from other food blogs. I was with boys… and they were too hungry to wait til I took photos. My good friend (and SG local) S recommended the steak at New Ubin Seafood. You’d think, logically, that a seafood restaurant would be famous for, er, seafood but to…

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