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Cherie’s 24th!

Cherie turned 24 on 15th October, but the hectic work life caught up with all of us girls and so we ended up doing a belated celebration for her on Deepavali, shortly before she jets off to boot-shaped nation (Italy) for a holiday!

We actually thought of going to Food For Thought at Botanic Gardens, but the rainy weather and the fact that it’s not actually neat Botanic Gardens led us to change our plans, and somehow Riders’ Cafe was suggested.. So we hopped onto a cab and off we went!

Believe me when I say that Riders’ has a fantastic ambience. After all, I’ve been to Bukit Timah Saddle Club with Jem before on many occasions to visit the horses, and that we actually had brunch there once before on New Year’s Day πŸ™‚ Their food is really good too at that!

Our birthday girl! πŸ™‚
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Because Rider’s was at full capacity when we reached, we decided to share 2 cupcakes among the 4 of us while waiting. Believe me when I say that these are the better cupcakes I’ve ever had.
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Hazel and Limonata, at $4.90 each. We totally dig the Limonata, because its citrus tang and not-too-sweet taste really made it addictive! Hazel is always good, because who can resist Nutella in general?
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Marmalade Pantry (Stables)
55 Fairways Drive
Singapore 286846
Operating Hours: Tuesdays to Fridays 12pm-11pm
Saturdays and Sundays 10am-11pm
Closed on Mondays
Contact:Β 6467 9328

We made it in time for their brunch menu! πŸ˜€
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I don’t usually take selfies, mainly because I think I look unphotgenic and I don’t have the best skin condition – very prone to breakouts 😦 Much less having a selfie rod! But in light of future travel plans, perhaps it’s time I invest in a selfie rod πŸ™‚
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Li Ying and I had the Polenta, with a sunny side up. Actually I forgot the name of this dish, only remembered that the word ‘Polenta’ was in it. Apparently it’s not in the menu now – it seems that Riders’ tweaksΒ their menu around once in a while because this definitely wasn’t on the menu when I last came with Jem earlier in the year. Not complaining though, because I like the occasional change. And this polenta was not too bad, albeit a bit too cheesy for my liking towards the end due to the mozzarella. This one cost $23.90 if I didn’t remember wrongly.
Shi Hui and Cherie had the Pacific Benedict ($18.90 I think..?). Damn this was so good, when I tried a bite of it.
This photo above has led me to conclude that I do better at food photography rather than portraiture/people.
Truffle Fries! Needless to say this was wiped out pretty fast πŸ˜€
The reason why I like Riders’ – imagine sitting at a window seat and the next moment you see horses trotting past πŸ˜€

Riders’ CafeΒ 
51 Fairways Drive
Singapore 286965
Opening Hours: Sunday – Thursday 8am – 9pm
Friday & Saturday 8am – 10pm
Closed on Monday
Contact:Β 6466 9819

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This sweet guy stuck his tongue out and approached us easily when we came near, and licked our hands πŸ™‚ Love his sweet temperament!
Soldier, the fierce guy in the stable – or so J and I think. He was a former YOG horse!
Ecolade, J’s and my favorite horse at the stables πŸ™‚
This photo was taken after we encountered a huge drama at Sephora. Shall not go into detail because it was highly sensitive to us girls, and even more so to Cherie. But on the side note, we love this shot as we all look good in here πŸ™‚

It’s time for me to hit the sack since it’s a workday tml. Goodnight, and I’d be back with updates soon – there’re many food reviews I want to post up but have been procrastinating at it mainly due to being busy with assignments of late!

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Posted by on October 29, 2014 in Food, friends


Chronicles of the birthday feasting – Sofra Turkish Cafe and Restaurant + Ricciotti + Le Comptoir

It’s the birthday week for me, the time when I hit 24. 1 more year and I’m right smack in the middle of my 20s. Why does time seem to fly so fast when we’re in our 20s!?

Effectively, since the beginning of the week, all that I’ve been doing after work and course is really just EATING. No kidding, it was really just feasting through a lot of food and it also means a fair bit of weight gained. But I shall just say that calories don’t exist during my birthday week (fat hope!)

Monday 040814:

Tabs wanted to meet up with me to give me a dessert treat, and she strongly believed that it should be done before my actual birthday, if not on the actual day.

No kidding, this period was seriously insane feasting. FOR 1 WHOLE WEEK.

Sofra Turkish Cafe and Restaurant (050814 – the actual day)

Jumbo Kebab Combo – this was really perfect for 2, as stated in the menu. Shredded chicken, lamb on skewers, beef, Turkish bread, eggplant skewers (okay I’m not a fan of eggplants in honesty), wraps – this was filling and really, incredibly satisfying! Jeremy and I loved this combo, and it fed us both so well that we had a bit of a food coma afterwards πŸ™‚
Ladies and gentlemen, I introduce Kunefe to you.
Khishnah –Β crust made from long thin noodle threads, heated in oil, spread with soft cheese, drenched in sugar syrup, crushed pistachios as garnishing.
1 word to describe it: Mind-blowing. Yes, it was that good! The taste was really very complex and admittedly, got a bit too sweet at the end because of the sugar syrup, but it’s something that we never tried before and we were really glad we decided to order it eventually, since after al it’s a Turkish Restaurant we’re at!

100 Beach Road
Shaw Tower
Shaw Leisure Gallery
Singapore 189702

Ricciotti (060814)


Pizzoto – pizza with bacon, mushrooms and egg. That egg yolk! *inserts lovey eye emoticon*

Spaghetti Marinara – my favorite of the day! Mainly because I’m a huge seafood lover πŸ™‚
Linguine al Cranchio – crabmeat pasta. Right balance of spiciness, with chunks of crab meat inside.
310g Grilled boneless chicken thigh in Ricciotti’s signature marinade. May Ching’s recommendation, and the chicken was absolutely succulent – loved it!

May Ching recommended this place at Star Vista (even though there’reΒ other outlets at Riverwalk and China Square), and man what a gem this place is. It wasn’t even crowded during the dinner hour, even though it did have a fair number of patrons then, which made it doubly better for us girls to sit and catch up with one another. It’s understated, prices are fairly reasonable and most importantly their food is good. Perhaps their only catch is that their dessert menu is somewhat limited. But other than that, all the food above was shared among the 4 of us ladies, and wow. We loved it for their food quality and prices πŸ™‚

Ricciotti (Riverwalk)
Opens daily, 9:30am – 11pm
20 Upper Circular Road
B1-49/50 The Riverwalk
Singapore 058416

Ricciotti (China Square)
Open Mondays to Fridays, 11am – 10pm
Saturdays, 4pm – 10pm
Closed on Sundays
3, Pickering Street,
#01-36/37 Nankin Row,
China Square Central
Singapore 048660

Ricciotti (Star Vista)
Opens daily, Sundays to Thursdays, 11am – 10pm
Fridays and Saturdays, 11am – 11pm
1, Vista Exchange Green,
#01-33 # 01-K2,
The Star Vista
Singapore 138617

So after that very filling Italian dinner, we decided to head to Awfully Chocolate for desserts, and after finding a place, I told the girls I had to make a run to the restrooms after deciding on the chocolate mille crepe cake because my stomach was all over the place for that entire day for some reason. When I came back, I found that they had changed my seat, but I didn’t think much about it. The next moment, this came from behind me :’)

7 years and counting, thanks for the many years of friendship since our JJ days πŸ™‚ much love to you girls!

Le Comptoir (070814)

Admittedly, I’d never heard of this place before, until Li Ying brought me here. Being in the editorial and media line, she has the perks of finding what’s good, noteworthy, new (and the list goes on) for the gastronomical quest ^^
The lighting is bad for general photography (read: warm yellow lighting) – which also means that the ambience in the place is also really very nice. It’s like a bar, and very chill. It was packed even on a Thursday night!

Hence, photos were taken with Li Ying using her phone flashlight to enhance quality. Yes, I know I’m anal that way with photos, especially in food photography.

Morning Texas – think breakfast food, in buckwheat crepe. It was something really new, considering that it’s buckwheat crepe and not the normal type. Pretty good, in my honest opinion! Especially since I love my eggs – anyone who knows me will agree on that!
Li Ying had Kao San which was a Thai ingredient one – didn’t manage to get a photo of it but the prawns were crunchy and fresh πŸ™‚
Nutella and Hazelnut crepe – my favorite!! After all, who can resist Nutella!?
However, it got a bit too much for us towards the end as it was too sweet. But heck, no complaints there!


Le Comptoir
79 Circular Road
Opens Monday – Tuesday: 11:00 – 00:00
Wednesday – Thursday: 11:00 – 02:00
Friday – Saturday: 11:00 – 03:00
Closed on Sunday

There was actually more food too, on Friday. But it was a special day that day and shall be left to the next post, because it’s a weeknight after all and I still have to work the next day.

Til then! (And hope whoever comes by my blog finds the foodie guides handy too (: )

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Posted by on August 20, 2014 in Food, friends, Jem


Experimenting and updates.

Before I forget, hello June. You have come too fast already. I can’t believe how busy life has been of late, with all the ups and downs.

I hadn’t much time to experiment with my Canon of late because of Puspa’s heavy-content module on special needs. I love her classes so much because she’s a woman of steady comfort and is the most inspirational lecturer I’ve ever met in my years of education. And most importantly, I learnt so much from her in every class. I wish her class hours with my batch of trainee teachers could be way longer!

The most amazing lecturer, with the biggest heart ever, who won my respect from day 1 :’)
And we happened to see Rui En at Devan Nair that day too! She oozes class from all angles, and she’s so poised and elegant πŸ˜€

Things are getting better. 1 step at a time, to work it out. Comforting, but yet a big and scary step forward.


I finally had the chance to bring out my Canon to explore today, after Puspa’s special needs exam. And my reminder to myself: If I want to bring my DSLR, carry light stuff instead (ie. phone, wallet) of bringing my entire bag out. It’s so heavy I felt I was being bogged down :\

Rainy weather proved an annoyance.. Now I understand how professional photographers must feel when they have to brave bad weather (too sunny or drizzly) to do photoshoots. But nonetheless, at least it was fun to experiment with it. I need an entire day when I can just wander around and take photos. Just 1 afternoon is really not enough.

This was at Daily Scoop, Chip Bee Gardens at 9+pm on a Saturday night. Insane, insane crowd. But this place is a welcome respite because of the extreme humidity of late.
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Laudaree macarons anybody?
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Argh, blur :\
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Forever a gastronomy nut at heart.
Hipster vibes.
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This doesn’t feel like Singapore.. I need a holiday soon to escape Singapore’s heat and to enjoy myself.
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The curry chicken part cracked me up when I saw it.
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Where traditional meets modern.
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Made my way to Strangers’ Reunion afterward because I had the urge to try their red velvet waffles but they ran out of red velvet batter 😦
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So buttermilk waffles it is, with vanilla ice cream, a generous dollop of peanut butter, bananas and chocolate fudge (Y)
The fact that they ran out of red velvet is an excuse for me to come back to Strangers’ Reunion again next time (hopefully, luckier) and to eat their raved-about truffle fries!


I finally got down to clearing my backlog of photos from my phone and reorganizing the photos into specific folders, and I must conclude that it’s tiresome to do so. Not to mention resizing of them because I don’t want them to take up too much space in my hard disk.


Gold Coast’s foodporn!

In continuation of the Gold Coast chronicles, here’s bringing you the foodporn that we indulged in! Believe me when I say that we had not a single bad meal during the entire week when we were in Gold Coast. The food was really that good and fresh. No surprise that we both put on weight this trip, AGAIN.

This isn’t totally exhaustive, because there were some smaller eats (ie sushi, kebabs, pizza) that I didn’t snap a photo of, so yep. There’s a crazy abundance of pizza+kebab stores all around, and they were pretty decent! The kebabs are NOT the skewers kind, rather, they’re wraps with heaps of veggies and meat. Really sinful, but oh-so-good. And their sushi rolls are much longer than the ones that we have in Singapore – think about 3 sushi rolls put together!

Half Rack Baby Back Pork Ribs, Belly Buster’s. This was pretty good, and the meat really fell off the bone with the lightest touch of the fork! (Y)
Rump steak, Belly Buster’s. Day 1’s dinner when we were thinking that steaks would be a nice way to kick off our holiday! This was actually pretty good in terms of the meat, but sauce wise I think garlic cream sauce isn’t a very good compliment, so it didn’t turn out as well as I expected :\ Nonetheless, overall the meal was a pretty decent experience (:

Belly Busters
Cavill Avenue, Surfer’s Paradise, Queensland 4217

I forgot the name of this ice cream place, but I remember that the word ‘Copenhagen’ was in it, and I remember that it’s literally at the doorstep of Cavill Mall, which is incredibly near Hotel Grand Chancellor (: Nope, I didn’t order the strawberry oreo, because I stuck to my good old peppermint chocolate πŸ˜€ And it was yummy!
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The Seafood Place. This place is absolutely unpretentious. No kidding. It’s really just a simple little shop along the street that serves takeaway fish and chips, though for those who’d want to eat it piping hot from the fryers, there’re tables and chairs outside the shop to sit at.. And that was what we did! (: We felt we had to sample fish and chips here, for the kick, since we were here in Gold Coast..

And damnnnnnnn that was by far, the best fish and chips I’d ever had. And in general I’m not that big a fan of fish and chips – not that I dislike it, but it’s just that fish and chips wouldn’t be the first choice of food if I were at a cafe or whatever.

The fish was incredibly fresh, and there was such a generous bed of chips beneath the fish and the sides.. Talk about carbo overload.

McDonald’s in Gold Coast had rainbow bread! Oh and they had macarons too! πŸ˜€ But I didn’t get a photo of it, neither did I try it.

Margherita Pizza, Vapiano – Day 3! (A$14.90)
Carbonara Fettucini, Vapiano. (A$18.90)

Please bear with me, I need to rave about Vapiano. I was craving margherita pizza, and I didn’t want to have takeaway pizza from the street shops because I wanted a slightly nicer ambience. So we were walking around, looking to see what we could find.. We were near Soul, in Cavill Avenue and we looked up to see Vapiano’s – Pasta, Pizza, Bar, and hence we just decided to walk in. The concept is that you queue up for your food, and see the chefs cook them for you, and a buzzer is given if you order a pizza because they obviously require a tad more time to bake.

The margherita pizza was cheesy and yummy, but the carbonara pasta was DA BOMB. I’m not kidding when I say that their pasta was really, really good. Perfect al dente texture, awesome creaminess. It had the both of us raving about it big time. And the concept and layout of the place was brilliant too – the place was chill like a bar, with high stools and tables, warm lighting, good music, and the alfresco area overlooked 1 of the empty spaces within Cavill – common for buskers to entertain there every night!


Soul Retail, Cavill Avenue, Surfers Paradise


Taiwanese food on Day 4! Just a simple bowl of rice, hard-boiled egg and yellow pickles with chicken for me, and pork for Jem. (A$6.90 each) Had the urge to have some rice, after feasting so much on Western food the last few days. This was at Hazel Tea Shop, and around the area where this place is, there’re quite a lot of Asian eats! Though needless to say, they’re definitely way more expensive in Aussie! We also ordered some bubble tea there too, and it turned out surprisingly okay, considering that I wasn’t expecting them to be fantastic.

Hazel Tea Shop
Chevron Renaissance
Shop 8, 3240 Surfers Paradise Boulevard
Surfers Paradise 4217 Queensland

We decided to stop by Chocolateria San Churro for hot chocolate! I stuck with the iced one because it was quite warm that day.. And damnnnn was the iced chocolate milkshake good. It was so flavorful!
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I must emphasize that their cakes are huge, in comparison to the cakes that I see in Singapore’s cafes. 1 slice could well be enough to share between 2 people!

Chocolateria San Churro
47/48 Circle on Cavill

3184 Surfers Paradise Boulevard
Surfers Paradise, Queensland 4217
We were back at Vapiano’s on our 5th night!! J missed the pasta so much and he insisted on making the trip back again.

Gamberi – linguine with prawns, tomato+herb sauce with white wine, carrots, cherry tomatoes and spring onions (A$20.90). This was not too bad, but I wasn’t used to having shredded carrots inside my pasta. However the overall taste was pretty good, and the prawns were fresh!
Strawberry panna cotta and tiramisu – what’s an Italian meal without these 2 desserts? πŸ™‚ The strawberry panna cotta was yummy – strong strawberry taste! The tiramisu however, was a tad overwhelming in the coffee taste.

Day (or rather, night) 6: River Cruise!

Our decision to go for the river cruise was very impromptu. We were looking through random brochures at the hotel lobby and we chanced upon it, and we felt that it might be worth the experience to go for it – after all, how often would we get the chance to do so?

We walked out of the hotel to the travel information booth just slightly outside (they’ve loads of these around the area) to enquire, and the lady at the booth helped us to make the reservations. Talk about prompt and efficient service! (Y)

So we went for the Rivers Restaurant Cruises and Boat Charters company, and man was their service and food good!! We had the dinner cruise and it turned out to be 1 of the best decisions we made, after hot air ballooning. For A$69 each, it was pretty worth it.

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The prawns were so incredibly fresh and sweet! I’ve always loved prawns, and even though he’s not a fan of prawns in general, he reckoned that the prawns were really sweet and he kept taking more! πŸ˜€

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Last day: We went for hot air ballooning!! The best experience ever, seeing the beautiful landscape from a bird-eye’s point of view. The champagne breakfast that we had after the hot air balloon experience was sumptuous too! It cost us A$250 each, for a 30 minutes flight + champagne breakfast, but it was very well worth the money and experience.

Fun fact about hot air ballooning: After a successful flight, champagne is always served as a celebration for the success of the flight (:
It was our first time ever having a champagne breakfast – something that we’d never done before in Singapore. Breakfast was at O’Reilly’s Canungra Valley Vineyard – a truly beautiful Victorian-style place, with a breath-taking landscape because it was situated near the hills. Perhaps the only downside of it was that it was really cold, especially because it was pretty early in the morning too.

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Honestly speaking, for the entire trip in Gold Coast, I had way too much scrambled eggs and sauteed mushrooms, so the frittata was a change. Though honestly speaking, I didn’t like frittata that much, because the taste of it was just a little weird to me.. Perhaps it’s just a matter of preferences! But I loved the sauteed mushrooms – I could never get enough of them!!

For those who’re considering a trip to Gold Coast/Brisbane/Cairns, the details for this particular hot air balloon company can be found at (:

O’Reilly’s Canungra Valley VineyardsΒ 
Lamington National Park RdΒ 
Canungra Valley, Queensland 4275
Back to San Churro’s for their hot chocolate, and this time round we added churros to go along with them! We kinda had a bit of dark chocolate overload though, even though the hot chocolate really warmed our cockles (:
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Our very last meal in Surfers Paradise, before we boarded the bus back to Brisbane Airport to go home 😦 This was at Ocean’s by Omero’s. which is literally next to the beach. I can’t remember the names of the food that we ordered, and I can’t find the official website for it either. Mine is the one with the broccoli floret and Dianne steak (I only remember that the word ‘Dianne’ was mentioned on the menu for my meal), and Jem’s was Surf and Turf if I didn’t remember wrongly. This was really by far, 1 of the best ways to wrap up our Gold Coast trip, because the food was so good and the seafood was so fresh. (Y)

Oceans by Omeros
4 The Esplanade, Surfers Paradise
Queensland 4217

In honesty, I had done research on what are the places to give a shot at, and even made a list.. But when we reached Gold Coast, we didn’t even use the list! Have to admit that just walking straight into an eatery/cafe/restaurant could yield even greater, if not better, surprises πŸ™‚ I miss everything about Gold Coast now, and I actually teared a bit after our last meal, because of the thought that we had to come back home.. There’s just a charm about Gold Coast somehow that made me fall in love with it the moment I set foot on it. I will go back there 1 day.

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Posted by on October 16, 2013 in Food, Gold Coast, Jem, travel


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Saveur – Purvis Street!

Backdated post, but still, never too late to share about good food!

We were in Bugis area after service, and we decided to go to MINT Museum of Toys. So en route we were around Purvis Street, and I caught sight of Saveur. I told Jem that the food there was relatively cheap for French food, and he immediately reckoned that it’d be good to go there for lunch.

However when we reached the place, it was 2.30pm and the restaurant was closed, only due to open again at 6pm, so we decided to go and walk around and chill in the area before going back for dinner.

We got back to the area at 6.10pm and the place was PACKED. They only opened 1 side of the restaurant first, and would open the other section at 6.30pm, so we had to put our names down first and wait.

At least it wasn’t a super long wait, as I had anticipated. So people, if you want to go to Saveur (regardless of whether it’s the Far East Plaza or Purvis Street), please go early!! At least half an hour in advance is suggested!

Thankfully we didn’t have to wait long for our food to be served!

20130902-151234.jpgWe ordered their signature pasta and upsized it to share, as an entree. It was really good, I wish it was a main heh. ($6.90)

20130902-151424.jpg I had been to Saveur before, but with Li Ying, and stole a bite of her duck confit, and I knew this was a good recommendation here. So both Jem and myself ordered this each, and he was impressed by its quality πŸ™‚ ($10.90)

We both had to slowly savor it, as it was a relatively small portion and we didn’t want it to go down too fast.

It’s said that the best way to enjoy and eat food is the French way – to eat it slowly.

20130902-151756.jpgWe decided to order the dessert of the day – coffee creme brΓ»lΓ©e!

It was really unique, especially since most of us are used to the original vanilla flavor πŸ™‚

By far, this was the best meal both of us shared in a long while, because we try not to splurge too much on cafes – eating out can be a really expensive affair sometimes!

In part, it was a perfect day out for us that particular Sunday – we did so much stuff together outside and indulged in something really good too πŸ™‚
And this also means that I hope I can jump on an airplane to tour Europe one day, be able to savor their cuisine, experience their culture πŸ™‚

5 Purvis Street
Talib Court
Singapore 188584
Monday-Saturday: 1200-1415, 1800-2130
Sunday: 1200-1415, 1800-2100

14 Scotts Road
Far East Plaza
Singapore 228213
Monday-Saturday: 1130-2130
Sunday: 1130-2100

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Posted by on September 2, 2013 in Food, Jem


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Drury Lane + Le Chocolat Cafe

Li Ying said she wanted to meet up with me for dinner to celebrate my birthday belated, because during my birthday week I had my final undergrad exam, music diploma exam and Bintan trip, so the following week was really a better time to celebrate.

So I suggested Drury Lane, because the prices of the food seemed pretty reasonable for a cafe, and that her workplace is in central area. Needless to say she readily agreed due to the prices of the food!


The layout of the place is really unpretentious and quiet, and we both fell in love with it for its serenity. In part it might have been because it was Thursday night when we patronized it, hence the human rush was literally a trickle then.

We sat on the upper deck, and there was only a group of 4 guys up there having dinner in addition to us.

20130821-115700.jpg My prawn aglio olio ($14)

20130821-115814.jpgLi Ying’s grilled beef pasta ($14)

Those were on the specials menu, so we decided to stick to it as it seemed pretty good. Overall pastas were not bad, I’d want to come back for their muffins and coffees next time since it’s apparently what they’re more known for.
Had a chat with 1 of the bosses of the store afterward, and he shared with us their idea of ‘pay as you wish’ muffins – it was meant to draw in the crowds since after all, the cafe has been in operation for only a month or so to date, and this measure worked pretty well, considering that the muffins were completely wiped out by the time we reached the cafe. πŸ™‚

Drury Lane Cafe
94 Tanjong Pagar Road
Singapore 088515
Monday, Wednesday-Friday 0830-2100
Weekends 1000-1800

We didn’t feel full after dinner, so I suggested rainbow cake, since I suddenly had the urge to try it. Yes I was a noobit, I really never tried it before in my life.

Hopped over to Le Chocolat Cafe for it, as it was the only place that I know of within the area that has rainbow cake!

20130821-120314.jpgBehold, the beauty of the rainbow cake! Always a hit when you take a photo of these kind of cakes and post them on Facebook/Twitter/Instagram πŸ™‚

In honesty I didn’t find the cake that fantastic, as it was too sweet for both of us at the end.. Thank God we ordered only 1 to share!

Not my best experience because I found the cake too sweet.. Anyone knows of places that have good rainbow cakes? Please do share! πŸ™‚
Le Chocolat Cafe
The Club Hotel, 28 Ann Siang Road
Singapore 069708
Open 0800-2200 daily

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Posted by on August 21, 2013 in Food, friends


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Five and Dime! :)

Liying and I met up to gym yesterday late morning. She’d mentioned that her interview location on Monday was near Five and Dime, so I’d suggested that we go check out the place after our workout.
Lava joined us last minute, and it sure was an awesome time fellowshipping and catching up with each other (haha in honesty I meet up with Liying a lot more often!), over really good food.


My Mentaiko pasta, creamy with spicy cod roe. So gooooood.

Liying’s Eggs Benny. Pretty decent serving size πŸ™‚

Lava’s katsu curry rice. Yummy curry, big portion of meat! He actually wanted a burger but it unfortunately wasn’t available that day.

We decided to share the Warm Chocolate Cake with vanilla ice cream, and boy we indeed made the right decision. Imagine if we had that each. Our stomachs would surely have exploded.

Lunch buddies-cum-old friends πŸ™‚ always awesome to enjoy good food with great company!
And this also means I’m going to recommend this place to J next time πŸ˜€

General interior of the cafe

Wonders of Instagram πŸ™‚

Instagram: @runwithperseverance

Five and Dime:
297 River Valley Road
Singapore 238338

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Posted by on June 27, 2013 in Food


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