Dallas Restaurant & Bar

On Sat, Brad aka ladyironchef organized a lunch at Dallas to commemorate his blog’s second birthday! Happy blog birthday, Brad! 🙂 What a big turn-out there was! It was wonderful meeting Arlyna, Mike, Jaime La Nourriture and her friend, and catching up with Camemberu, and Keropokman and Momo at the same table. This was the… 

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Fish and calamari from Paddy's

Paddy’s want you to know that they are not your typical localized hawker/foodcourt western food, that’s why they implicitly state “Paddy’s – From Australia” on their signboard. I remember being very impressed with the fresh produce, generous sizing, and overall quality of food when I toured Aussieland. So how Aussie was the above plate of… 

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CHIPPY British Take Away (The Central)

Gosh! The Central is a ghost town on weekday afternoons! Two Fridays ago I was early for a 5pm appointment and snooped around the place. Most shops didn’t have a single customer. At CHIPPY, there was no one in sight, so I rapped on the tall counter and a head popped up as if abruptly… 

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McDonald's onion rings

Is this the one (ring) to rule them all? Nah! These onion rings are so awful they should be destroyed in the depths of Mount Doom forever! And ever! Maybe they’d have tasted better if they had just come out of the fryer, cos the ones I had were cold and had an unpleasant greasy… 

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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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Food For Thought

The first thing I like about this (in their own words) “quirky little indie diner” is the genuinely cheery staff who yell, “Welcome!” as you enter. The next thing I like is their mission. No, their mission isn’t milking the money out of customers, but rather, giving back to the community. A business with a… 

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