Aung Myanmar Food

Let’s take a break from the Penang trip posts! I was surprised to see a new stall at this Clementi coffee shop which we drop by from time to time. Then again, I’m happy that Myanmar cuisine is making its presence in the HDB heartland. I’m still discovering Myanmar cuisine, and the more I do,… 

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Warung M. Nasir

Whenever I’m in the vicinity, I can’t help but visit this quaint nasi padang shop. Where else can you find authentically scrumptious Indonesian nasi padang in a laidback setting of jazz and modern abstract art? Yes, in this old shophouse, Bose speakers blare the likes of Diana Krall and A.C. Jobim. But what people really… 

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Inle Myanmar (Marina Square)

My very first taste of Myanmar cuisine! Recommended by Gary, this is a recently opened branch; the original outlet at Peninsula Plaza is already an established joint frequented by Myanmar nationals living in Singapore. I’ve never been to Myanmar before, so I don’t know how authentic it is. But as far as food goes, I… 

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First Thai Food

At one end of Purvis Street (next to North Bridge Road), there’s Yhingthai Palace, serving exquisite Thai food with elegant furnishings and impeccable service to match. That’s where you go if you’ve got a big, fat wallet. For those with shallow pockets (yup, that’s me), walk down to the other end of the street, where… 

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Vintage India

I was invited by the Palate Vine Group to review their latest fine-dining Indian restaurant, Vintage India at Dempsey Road. The Palate Vine are also the people behind Ras The Essence of India and the Tent Mongolian Fresh Grill & Bar at Clarke Quay.

The Dining Room @ Sheraton Towers

Ricky and I took my mom to The Dining Room for a relaxing Sunday dinner. We’ve always enjoyed the elegance here, especially the view of the waterfall through the tall ceiling-to-floor glass windows. Surprisingly, only a handful of tables were occupied. The ala carte menu seems to be more limited than I remember. Mom had… 

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