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Monthly Archive for June, 2010

KOI Cafe

Taiwanese bubble tea seems to be making a big comeback in Singapore. Actually, it was introduced here more than 10 years ago. Suddenly, there was a bubble tea kiosk every 10 steps away, and people were queuing for a cup of frothy iced tea with chewy balls because it was the hippest thing to do. [...]

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I’m very happy to report that there’s no lack of superb bak chor mee stalls to be found in Singapore! Too bad we could only feature 5 of them. Click here to find out where to find some of the best bak chor mee in Singapore.

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Have you met the Annoying Orange?

Annoying Orange is a talking orange who derives joy from irritating his fellow fruits and vegetables. Watch how he gets a kick out of annoying Toe-May-Toe!

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Hiong Kee Dumplings

Tomorrow is Duan Wu Festival 端午节 aka Dragon Boat Festival. Celebrated on the 5th day of the 5th lunar month, it falls on June 16th this year. Mom-in-law had warned me that this year’s Bak Chang Price Index is higher than last year’s, but I hadn’t quite bargained for jaw-dropping price hikes. Hiong Kee is [...]

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Sushi snobs might wrinkle their noses in disdain, but takeaway sushi still has a place in the culinary world, for moments when we need: a quick and cheap sushi fix a light meal/snack something convenient to eat on-the-go instant party food Read here to find out where you should go for takeaway sushi!

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For all you beer lovers out there, here’s a chance for you to win a pair of tickets to Beerfest Asia 2010! Beerfest Asia returns for the second time in 2010 from 16 to 20 June, during the World Cup season where visitors get to enjoy over 250 different beers from all over the world. [...]

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Sorry for the lack of updates. Have been really busy trying and testing lots of yummilicious foods, like chwee kueh! Read this story to find out where you can get some of the best chwee kueh in Singapore.

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This was an unplanned shopping pitstop at Isetan Scotts. It was already past lunch hour, but I wasn’t hungry cos of a heavy breakfast. Still, I needed some fuel to keep going till dinnertime. TCC’s dainty high tea set looked like the perfect solution.

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