12 Unbelievable Salted Egg Dishes You Can Eat In Singapore

The Best Salted Egg Dishes in Singapore   In a country obsessed with eating, we've seen many food trends come and go. One of the latest to hit our shores is the obsession over any dish with salted egg yolk sauce. Sweet or savoury, the salted egg flavour seems to...
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12 Must Try Dishes For All Truffle Lovers - Truffle Wanton Mee Anyone?

Truffle pasta cacio e pepe
The Best Truffle Dishes in Singapore   It’s truffle season! These rare mushrooms are one of the most expensive foods in the world. In fact, Hong Kong billionaire and father of Macau’s gambling industry, Stanley Ho, reportedly spent $330,000 on 1kg of white truffle in 2010. That’s almost $330 per...
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11 Stunning Mooncakes in 2014 worth every calorie

Mooncakes available this Mid Autumn Festival   The Mid Autumn Festival is just around the corner and that means marvelling at the bright full moon, colourful paper lanterns and feasting on lots of mooncakes! Traditionally, mooncakes have always been filled with lotus seed paste and a salted egg yolk. But...
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Blackbird Bistro and Bar Takes Flight with New Zealand Inspired dishes

About Blackbird Bistro and Bar   If you've walked along the backroad from Plaza Singapura to The Cathay recently, you would have noticed that Blackbird Cafe has undergone massive renovations. It has spread its wings to become Blackbird Bistro and Bar. The new sleek interior boasts a full bar and...
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12 Wedding Venues So Magical You Won't Believe They're In Singapore

12 Breathtaking Venues for Singapore Weddings   The days of the cookie cutter hotel weddings are disappearing as more Singaporeans look towards modern innovative approaches for their weddings. If it's going to be the best day of your life, you might as well make it the most memorable and a...
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Teadot - Latest Cafe in the West serving Brunch and Heavenly Teas with a Twist

About Teadot   When I first saw Teadot tucked into a corner at the Courtyard of Westgate, I thought they were a speciality tea shop that sold Chinese teas. I'm not sure how I got this impression but I now know I couldn't have been more wrong. Teadot is more...
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Ramen Keisuke Tonkotsu King Matsuri opens at Parkway Parade

About Ramen Keisuke Tonkotsu King Matsuri   After having 20 bowls of ramen just last month, I don't think any sane person would want to have another bowl of ramen for the rest of the year. However, when I heard that one of my favourite ramen chains, Ramen Keisuke, was...
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Hai Tien Lo's New Set Menu - Cantonese Cuisine with Modern Flair

About Hai Tien Lo   Helmed by Master Chef Lai Tong Ping, Hai Tien Lo serves up traditional Cantonese fare with a contemporary  twist. To celebrate  Chef Lai's outstanding 10  years at Hai Tien Lo, he has prepared a special set menu featuring 10 items, presented in 6 courses, which...
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Meet the person behind Toby's Estate Singapore - Caféfest 2014 Feature

About Toby's Estate   Toby's Estate was founded by Toby Smith, an Australian lawyer with a tremendous passion for coffee, just over 10 years ago . With flagship cafes in Australia, New York and Singapore Toby's specializes in specialty coffees where they focus on the origin of the coffee, the...
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An Inside Look at the RWS Durian Fest 2014

About RWS Durian Fest 2014   Back for the third time, the RWS Durian Fest was met with a huge turnout at the Coliseum at Hard Rock Hotel. Served buffet style, hundreds of durian lovers got their hands dirty as they sampled seven different varieties of the spikey fruit including...
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