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Monthly Archive for October, 2010

Hungry for char siew bao? Check out these recommendations that are both delicious and easy on the pocket to satisfy your char siew bao craving!

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This month’s Makansutra dinner session was held at a restaurant I’ve been wanting to visit for a long time. Thanks to the organizers of the monthly Makansutra makan outings (done on a voluntary, non-profit basis), this was yet another successful session filled with great food, wine, and company! Dinner got off to a great start [...]

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Not all hawker dishes are sinfully delicious. For something wholesome and comforting, ban mian is an excellent choice. Read this article to find out where you can find some of the best ban mian in Singapore!

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The current season of YES 933FM’s foodie segment is ending soon. *sob* Yes, this outing was the second last outing of the season. HungryCow and I joined YES 933FM DJs Jiafa and Junli (Weibin was away this week), and 10 listeners (lucky winners from last week’s contest) for lunch at Southbridge Jazz @ 7atenine. Located [...]

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A delicate confection of fluffy sponge cake, airy whipped cream, and luscious strawberries — it’s so easy to fall in love with Japanese strawberry shortcake! Read this article to find out where you can get the best strawberry shortcakes in Singapore.

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Wendy’s (Holland Village)

Hubby and I met at Holland Village for an impromptu dinner date tonight. When we got there, we were shocked to see that Burger King — which had been there for as long as we could remember — has been replaced by Wendy’s! Wendy’s seems to be on an aggressive expansion path ever since making [...]

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With a crisp, flaky crust and silken custard centre, egg tarts are a simple but irresistible treat! Click here to find out where you can get some of Singapore’s best Chinese egg tarts.

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Most of us grew up know of chendol as a dessert with bright green jelly strips, red bean, and coconut milk sweetened with gula melaka. But did you know that this wasn’t the original version? Read this Tried & Tested special to find out where you can have a taste of old-school chendol!

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