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It would be a mis-steak not to have this lovely Argentinian steak with salsa verde for brunch @firebakesg. More of their new brunch and lunch items on www.ms-skinnyfat.com link in bio.

@lesbouchonsg provides some classic French fare for a riviera brunch and I’d happily take up their Black Angus Ribeye Steak Frites over eggs anytime! More on www.ms-skinny fat.com Link in bio.

The newly opened Min Jiang at Dempsey Singapore serves these exquisite bites daily during lunch time. The ambience at the new outlet is absolutely serene and you’ll forget that you’re in Singapore momentarily. More on www.ms-skinnyfat.com. Link in bio.

Always a fan of their kaya milk buns but there’re more to pick from, like this gooey chocolate roll, and hearty crostinis and a wagyu burger too.

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Check out this silky soft Satay Babi Goreng by guest Chef Philip Chia which I found to be irresistible! On my first bite, I thought it was fish instead of pork belly (yes the meat is that tender). Really enjoyed the traditional Peranakan dishes available. Read more on www.ms-skinnyfat.com link in bio.

Thanks to @bing_leow who included us in her durian masterclass by @pricklysensations! We had 13 different types of durian this afternoon. Never have I eaten so many durians in my life! What’s your favorite type of durian?

It’s like dining at your most chic and preferably chef/bartender/interior designer friend’s place. Absolutely my home entertaining goal. My favorites are the small bites here but they do a really umami grilled prawn pasta. The slippery egg noodles were an absolute delight. More on www.ms-skinny.com Link in bio!

@parkregissingapore brought us on a heritage food trail (happens every sat and avail to all guests) and our stop at Hong Lim Food Centre brought back the simple good old days with a regular kaya toast and some crispy curry puffs from Tanglin. It’s like the epok epok style and the thin crust encases fillings like curry chicken with potato, sardine potato and also otah. They’ve been selling their crispy puffs since 1950s! #sginsiders

This crab bee hoon soup at newly opened Jun restaurant @caprichinasquare is exactly the comfy dish I crave on a cool night like this. This is the first chinese restaurant under @creativeeateries and I’m rather impressed by the standard of their dishes.

Braised for 2h in a Chinese herbs and spices and red glutinous rice sauce, the meat is fork-tender and goes perfectly with the sweet fluffy mantou. More on www.ms-skinnyfat.com link in bio.

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It’s one of those special dishes that my mama makes at home and I think she’ll enjoy this version more since she doesn’t have to work for it! This dish is available and both the @ion_orchard and @jewelchangiairport outlets. Might just be what I’ll have for breakfast!

#til from Mdm Violet Oon herself the meaning behind these spring rolls. Bamboo shoots will sprout at the start of spring, marking the new year and new beginnings. Traditionally, bamboo shoots are added to shredded turnip and carrots for the popiah fillings. The Hokkiens also add on other crunchy veg like cabbage and green beans (but I’ve not had that style at home before). I’ve always had popiah during Chinese New Year but I never knew its symbolism. And boy is it tedious to prepare! Thankfully for the DIY popiah platter ($58 for 6pcs) @violetoonsingapore, you can enjoy these hearty rolls without the chopping and all. The outlet at @jewelchangiairport focuses more on heritage food and they also have grilled meats.

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