The marriage between our local tzechar dish and the French pastry is surprisingly delicious. Who would have thought they would go so well together? The dimensions of flavour and texture is a complex but a delightful experience : the buttery flaky layers of the crossaint tucked with succulent prawns that were fried with crispy cereal, curry leaves and chilli, a slab of cheese, with a slight drizzle of zesty and sweet mayo. Highly recommended to anyone visiting Madu.

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Bought this online from their website and I am really impressed!

Chef Wythe doing his magic in the sweet and savoury pastries. In this box, it contains: mushroom onion gruyère cheese Croissant, Pain Au Chocolate, Kouign Amann, Bobochacha Croissant, Ham and Cheese Croissant , Citrus Cruffin, banana danish and raisin Scones.

While this box is no longer available, do check their site out for customised orders and new cny special boxes.

Located within the editor's market outlet in basement 1 of takashimaya, it is quite easy to miss out on this coffee place.

The pastries and cakes are average tasting but the dirty sesame is quite outstanding. Not the usual type of combination you will get at coffee places. The black sesame paste was luscious and creamy and goes well with the espresso shot.

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Order at: https://thebluehousepatisserie.cococart.co/

You can choose to pick up or opt for delivery (extra charges). Remember that the cut off to order is before 2pm for the next day orders.

This place had been featured on various media and food influencers. Located within the Bukit Batok industrial estate, Laifabar has old school 60s decor that takes you back to the nostalgic times of Singapore's past. The signature wanton noodles consists of the boiled and fried dumplings, ramen egg, vegetables and customised char siew. You can select your char siew to be lean, mixed or fatty.

The chilli for the noodles are amazing as well. And you can ask for extra green chillies to flavour your noodles.

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Also from egg sugar butter: https://eggsugarbutter.com/

This Dark chocolate logcake is amazing! Packed with Valrhona Dark chocolate cream and mousse, it contains a chocolate feuilletine-like bottom crust. But the star of the cake is the passionfruit mousse layer within, that boost the chocolate flavours of this cake.

Eggs Sugar Butter is a home baker trained at Tokyo Le Cordon Bleu specialising in fresh cream cakes and I ordered 2 cakes for a recent Xmas gathering. Pictured is their strawberry shortcake. If you love a pillowy soft sponge layered with fresh strawberries and vanilla Chantilly cream, you can check out their site at: https://eggsugarbutter.com/

Located in the Newest building with simple cafe, fatburger, cupplets, Kim eng chicken rice and hakata Japanese restaurant . Lotus garden is a 30 over year old eatery serving Chinese thai cuisine at Teban gardens. It was our first time and the food was definitely above average. We ordered: fuyong omelette, sweet and sour pork and Thai pineapple rice. The wok hei was on point for everything. The pineapple rice have the right balance of fruit with the savoury flavours.

I don't like fishball noodles and I was never a fan of them. This stall handmade their ingredients from scratch and you can literally taste the difference between theirs and the commercially made ones. The meatballs and fishballs are soft and chewy. Their chilli with the Mee Kia was sweet, spicy with hints of fried shallots. It was a wholesome dish and I would like to come back for the Mee tai mak another time.

We did a pick up at Orchid Hotel: Tonkatsu, gyoza, shoyu chasu ramen and chasu tsukemen.

We find the shoyu broth too salty for our liking. The sides were pretty good with the Tonkatsu being outstanding since it's a ramen place and not a tonktasu specialty Restaurant.

The tsukemen noodles felt like they could be easily found in Singaporean hawker stalls. They are too customised to local preference unfortunately and not really authentic.

Yes, I spree from this Instagram stall for Xmas! I bought their festive baked goods for Xmas gatherings and these lovely sea salt chocolate sables and houjicha cookies to be given as Xmas gifts to friends and family. I was offered some and I would say my favourite has to be the chocolate sables. They melt in your mouth are delightfully rich with dark chocolate with bits of salt that is so delicious!

If you are keen in these items, they are from a Instagram page @tspoflove or teaspoon of love:https://linktr.ee/tspoflove

If you are keen in this, this is from a Instagram page @tspoflove or teaspoon of love:https://linktr.ee/tspoflove

They specialises in tea, tea utensils and festive baked goods.