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 [...]
Monthly Archive for February, 2011
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!
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?
Posted in Hubby's breakfast on Feb 11th, 2011
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 [...]
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!
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 [...]