Dessert Special Menu of the Day: Nutty Chocolate Truffle Ice Cream. Available only today till close for Father's Day.

Old Hen Coffee was running full house. So I grabbed a bottle of the much-loved Dark Cocoa to go.

Scrumptious White Carrot Cake from an unrated Fried Carrot Cake stall at Redhill Market & Food Centre. Queued closed to an hour (日夜香 stall open in morning) on an early Sunday morning.

The addition of bean sprouts goes well with the light, fluffy carrot carrot chunks and chewy egg which had that occasional crispy end.

My mum reviewed that this stall's fried carrot cake is so much better than the famous Fu Ming Carrot Cake stall at the same market. I totally agreed with her and thank you Mommy for the breakfast.

Who eats dumplings with Green Tea Jam? Me! I'm so stoked that the luscious green tea jam pairing with dumpling was really good. Got this bottle of Sagami Green Tea Jam ($12.80) from the Shizuoka Food Fair by Cold Storage.

If you're in town now (20 June), head over to the Atrium event hall at Plaza Singapura for some tuna cutting actions and Japanese cultural performances, which also will be happening tomorrow (21 June) after 2pm.

Read more about Shizuoka Food Fair on the blog.

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The New Yorker pizza place has added a taste of luxury to its menu by introducing two new premium pizza flavours - Seafood Fiesta & Sauteed Wild Mushrooms with Truffle Oil. Each premium pizza slice is only a dollar more than the classic flavours at eight dollar.

It's more than just dough and cheese at Tony's Pizza. Expect an array of handcrafted pizza, tasty pastas, hearty burgers and sides. Full details updated on the blog post.

After a series of food previews at New Zealand Food Fair by Cold Storage and the recent relaunched of Jasons The Gourmet Grocer, I'm back at Cold Storage again. This time round, it's the Japan Shizuoka Food Fair featuring over 500 exclusive and authentic Japanese products with a couple of live stations serving Yakisoba, Croquette, Daifuku and Mochi.

The Shizuoka Food Fair - Flavours of Japan 2015 is taking place at Plaza Singapura Atrium from 10am to 10pm on 19-28 June 2015, after which the products will be on the shelves of selected Cold Storage, MarketPlace and Jasons stores. Do drop by if you are in town this weekend for a live tuna cutting demo and Japanese cultural performances from 2.00pm on Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st.


Always finding a well balanced cuppa Flat White at this cozy space.

TGIF lunch at Twins Chicken, at new Korean restaurant at Tanjong Pagar. Had two of the recommended Twins fried chicken - Soy & Garlic and Yangnyum.

We all agreed that the Yangnyum (sweet & spicy) was pretty good, however think that the soy & garlic fried chicken could possibly outshine the latter, if the soy and garlicky flavours were stronger.

If you're above 18 years of age and game enough for a super-sized bowl of ramen challenge. Head down to Yoshimaru Ramen Bar anytime during business hours from today to 26 July 2015.

Meet the qualifying time of 4 minutes 30 second and beat the record holders to win attractive prizes such as a pair of air tickets to Japan, 3D2N staycation @ Movenpick Sentosa, 2D1N staycation @ W Singapore and ramen vouchers.

Full details of the Yoshimaru Ramen Challenge can be found on their Facebook page. I'll be dropping by next Tuesday noon to join in the fun with the Class 95 crew, say hello if you are there too. (Photo for illustration purpose only)


No one including myself could tell that Kane Mochi is originated from Thailand, not Japan. The premium flavours of Thai Milk Tea, Matcha and Taro Mochi Ice Cream were pretty good. We also tried the Korean Banana Milk, Mocha Chip and the seasonal Mango out of the 16 flavours available.

They cost only $2.10-$2.30 a pop. Buy 3 pieces for $5.90, 6 pieces for $11.50 and 9 pieces for $17. The popular Kane Mochi is also halal-certified, so that everybody can enjoy these bite-sized happiness.


Fabulous Macaroni and Cheese ($9.90) with rich flavour and ooey-gooey texture. I certainly didn't expect such a comforting dish coming from this side of the equator - at a Korean fried chicken restaurant.

I wouldn't mind if it's creamier, extra cheesy and also possibly in a much bigger serving.