It's been long since my family has eaten at other Thai restaurants (we usually frequent Nakhon Kitchen) and so we decided to try out Siam Kitchen since there was a 1-for-1 promotion for mains on the Entertainer App. I was quite hyped because it's been long since I've eaten Thai food because I tend to … Continue reading Siam Kitchen Food Review
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!
A croissant is a buttery, flaky, viennoiserie pastry named for its crescent shape. Croissants are made of a layered yeast-leavened dough, which is layered with butter, rolled and folded several times in succession, then rolled into a sheet. This results in a 250g calorie, buttery snack; but the croissants at BrotherBird are croissants worth getting a few arteries clogged for! With their newly-opened shop at … Continue reading Best Croissants in Singapore- BrotherBird milk & croissants Food Review
Virgin experience eating a poke bowl and I’m glad that it was a good one. Poke Bowl Menu (For Poke Bowl) I like the idea of customizing your own poke bowl to suit your preference. My order was: 1) Signature Sushi Rice 2) Spicy Garlic Sesame Tuna, Original Shoyu Salmon 3) $9.90 Light Bowl 4) … Continue reading A Poke Theory Food Review
Thai food with a twist! Thai Souffles Steamed Egg | $10.80 I was really shocked because it looked like such a plain dish but when I took a first bite, my taste buds were attacked by a strong and flavorful tomyam soup. Y'all might think that spending $10 on an egg dish is really stupid … Continue reading Durian Curry – Modern Thai Fusion, Som Tam Food Review
I think I just found my favorite cafe in Singapore - Mellower Coffee. It has really good food that is also grammable, and a very chill/ romantic ambiance. Chanced upon the cafe one night and I was so attracted to the hanging lights at the glass wall and even more in love with the interior design. Everything … Continue reading Cotton Candy Coffee – Mellower Coffee Food Review
Singapore is known for it's multicultural society and has showcased that through her ethnic districts such as Chinatown and Little Indian. After 53 years of independence, I'm proud to say that we finally have our very own Little Japan. Hokkaido Marche is a Japanese gourmet hall which is beside the very overhyped Don Don Donki. … Continue reading Hokkaido Marche Food Review