Monthly Archives

April 2011

  • Review

    Fat Noodle, Pyrmont, Sydney

    While the food was absolutely fantastic, I think what really made the dinner memorable was the company in which it was eaten. I had a really awesome time meeting and getting to know everyone.…

  • Review

    PS Cafe, Singapore

    Upon hearing about my trip back to Singapore, Mel very excitedly told me about this new place with really good food. Given that we’re both fries fiends, I very excitedly went along with her…

  • Review

    Cedele, Singapore

    I really like the Carrot Cake at Cedele, and through the power of positive association, I thought it was a good idea to try some of their savoury dishes. The service was ok –…

  • Review

    Victor’s Kitchen, Singapore

    This is a really really popular lunching outlet with the office crowd nearby, so remember to go there early in order to secure yourself a table. Also, the service is not the most patient,…

  • Recipe

    Happy Easter with an edible Easter Basket!

    After seeing this amazing licorice basket by More Like Martha, I just had to try it out!!! It’s my first time weaving baskets, so excuse the unsophisticated effort, but I think it’s pretty cute.…

  • Food For Thought

    Oh dear…

    Image by EssjayNZ Yesterday, the heir to the Ferrero fortune – Pietro Ferrero – passed away in a bicycling accident. He, with his brother Giovanni, were joint Chief Executives to the company that also…

  • Review

    Waku Ghin, Singapore

    My mom brought me to Tetsuya’s WAKU GHIN!!!!! From what I’ve read, Waku Ghin is Tetsuya’s first restaurant foray outside of Sydney, and eating there really fueled my desire to try Tetsuya’s in Sydney.…

  • Review

    First Thai Food, Singapore

    I met up with Fiona for dinner today, and she brought me down this little alleyway, where we were faced with a bustling little eatery, packed to the brim with anxious, hungry people. Being…

  • Review

    Spigolo, Darlinghurst

    For days on end, Sean tells me of this place that he passes everyday on his way to work. Mouthwatering aromas float gently out of every crevice – as if the place was oozing…