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Monthly Archive for March, 2011

Today’s breakfast was at this quaint hidden cafe in Robertson Quay that’s garnered several rave reviews on local food blogs and magazines. The menu is small but down-to-earth. Think expresso-based beverages, gourmet Gryphon teas, simple sandwiches, and homemade cakes and muffins.

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It all started with a passionate exchange over the findings of this soy sauce chicken noodle taste test. Whenever foodies cum chicken rice afficionados are involved, the inevitable consequence of such an exchange is, of course, a chicken rice lunch. One of the oldest chicken rice specialists in Singapore, Lee Fun Nam Kee has been [...]

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As I browsed the stalls in Redhill Lane food centre, this one caught my attention. In the sea of usual hawker fare such as chicken rice, fried kway teow, and fried Hokkien mee, a stall that specializes in white bee hoon is an anomaly. Of course, I had to check it out. Rather similar to [...]

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Tau sar piah or 豆沙饼 is a traditional Chinese pastry that never seems to go out of style! Here are some recommendations for the best tau sar piah in Singapore, tried and tested.

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We’d planned to go out for a morning walk and breakfast. But the sky had other plans. It decided to rain. Hence, this homecooked brekkie of sauteed brown mushroom, garlic herb sausages, baked beans, hash brown, fresh salad, Korean strawberries, and tea (coffee for him). Later, the clouds cleared and the sun beamed a bright, [...]

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Singapore is chicken rice paradise. It isn’t hard to find good Hainanese chicken rice, but the same can’t be said for soy sauce chicken noodle. This edition of Tried & Tested goes in search of some of the best soy sauce chicken noodle specialists in Singapore. Click here to read the full story.

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After spending Sunday doing the laundry, vacuuming and mopping the flat, and scrubbing the bathrooms, hubby and I unanimously agreed to take the easy way out and call for dinner. He was too tired to go out for dinner, while I couldn’t bear the thought of having to cook another meal (more cleaning up? NO!!!). [...]

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No trip to Leong Sang is complete without their signature egg tart!

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