Che Zai Mian (車仔麵), Cart Noodles, is a popular street food that originated from Hong Kong in the 1950s. Also known as 'filthy noodles', hawkers would sell it out of a cart roaming the streets with all sorts of toppings that you could add in your noodles. I was really excited when I saw this … Continue reading Nerdy Noodles (四眼仔) @Bugis + – Authentic Hong Kong Cart Noodles and Milk Tea
If you’re the kind that are constantly worried about gaining weight, twenty eight might the cafe you’re looking for. Situated far away from most nearby mrt stations, a grueling 10 minutes walk (im weak) is required to reach the cafe. Eggs Benedict In comparison to other eggs benny dishes out there, I would say that … Continue reading Twenty Eight Cafe – Cold Truffle Pasta, 3-Tier French Toast and Fluffy Pancakes
Gin Khao has just concocted their new vegetarian menu and it is certainly not a disappointment. Before you carnivores turn away at the hideous word 'vegetarian', continue reading because Gin Khao isn't just limited to greens; with a menu that is able to satisfy the needs of both parties. Yum Wakame | $9.80 This is … Continue reading Gin Khao – New Thai Menu For Vegetarians
Super glad that I stay in the East because of the brand new opening of Muyoo, a bakery with a fruit/ bubbletea concept. There is a huge variety of drinks- from their signature dirty milk tea to cloud fruit teas and the cocoa and macha series. Brown Sugar Fresh Milk + Pearl | $3.90 This … Continue reading Muyoo – Bubbletea Store and Bakery Serving Brown Sugar Bubbletea, Fruit Teas and Bread
Because of a lack of time and content, I shall be sharing about my thoughts on Egg Stop, which gave me an opportunity to try after their brand new opening at Paya Lebar Square. The sandwiches on the menu do look really appetizing but is it really worth all the hype? Or are they just … Continue reading Egg Stop – Rendition of Korea’s Egg Drop; New Store in Paya Lebar Square
There's a new (not really I was just late to the party) Korean cafe in Bedok Mall which I've been going to recently. There's a wide assortment of food and drinks which looks really attractive but also rather pricey. So... are they worth the price? Food Croque Monsieur | $8 My original plan was to … Continue reading Coffeesmith – Korean Cafe In Singapore
Kinda craving for poke bowls lately so me and my friend went to Alter Ego to try out their super grammable poke bowls with Chope's 1-for-1! Poke Bowl Dynamite Kickin' | $17 Spicy garlic sesame tuna, salmon fish skin, almonds and mushrooms. I ordered this solely for the fried salmon skin, thinking I would get … Continue reading Alter Ego – 1 for 1 Poke Bowls With A Twist!
I really really really love to eat and most of my money is spent on eating good food outside. Having content to update my blog consistently is really just an excuse for my unrestrained splurging on food, because it’s really more of satisfying my never-ending cravings. My friends always wonder how I’m able to keep … Continue reading How to Save Money: Tips to Spend Less when Eating Out!