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Monthly Archive for February, 2011

There’s an increasing number of F&B outlets serving all-day breakfast daily, and Food For Thought (Queen Street) is one of them. They’re usually full-house on Sundays (no reservations, walk-in only on Sundays), so we were very lucky indeed to get a table upon arrival. Hubby had the Full Works. Comments on each component of the [...]

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In Singapore, it’s commonly referred to as otah, but this spicy fish cake is also known as otak-otak. Read the latest installment of Tried & Tested to find out where you can get some of the best otah / otak-otak in Singapore!

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Refreshing tart, creamy, and virtually fat-free, it’s no wonder fro-yo is getting increasingly popular as an icy dessert treat. Check out these new players in Singapore’s frozen yogurt scene. How do they stack up against one another?

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Like dim sum, these dainty buns are so irresistible! Clockwise from centre top: Petit croissant, S$0.60 Brazilian cheese bun, S$0.90 (yummeh!) Chocolate wassant, S$0.70 Kaya wassant, S$0.70 Petit frank/hotdog bun, S$0.70 I got these at the VivoCity branch. Petit Provence also has branches at Plaza Singapura, The Central (Clarke Quay), West Coast Plaza, and Tampines [...]

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Street-style Western food is a unique part of our culinary heritage. This edition of Tried & Tested seeks out the best old-school grilled chicken chop in Singapore. Where can you find them? Click here to find out!

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Happy Rabbit Year, everyone! Today’s the 5th day of Lunar New Year. After an exhausting weekend of visiting, cooking & cleaning, we were finally able to chill. Hubby had taken leave to have an extended break, so we woke up late and had a leisurely brunch at Prive Bakery Cafe. The Eggs Benedict looked petite [...]

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