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Featuring d'Good Café (Holland Village), Holey Moley Golf Club, Komala Vilas, Monster Curry (Vivo City), McDonald's (West Coast Park), swensen's (Clementi Mall), Gabbar
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Galouti Kebab , the melt-in-the-mouth kebabs have chronicles of their own, worthy to be told and savoured.

These incredibly soft and and flavourful kebabs are available at Gabbar Bistro served with Mint coriander chutney.

@sggabbar sits in the heart of Clark quay serves a wide range of Indian cuisine with a variety of tandoori kebabs that one must try.

Highly recommended by @ithinkfood

A thick, red, garlic-red chilli chutney is smeared inside the dosa before the masala (potato bhaji) is filled.A small pat of butter atop the bhaji and the dosa gets folded, ready to be served with coconut chutney.

Mysore masala dosa is a very popular variety of dosa from the city of Mysore , India.

@komalavilas1947 located in Little India , Singapore , serves one of the most delicious variety of South Indian food and set meals. Komala Vilas, one of Singapore's oldest Indian vegetarian restaurants, has become a household name.

The Mysore Masala dosa I tried was extremely crunchy and delicious coated with lots of masala and spices. Highly recommended by @ithinkfood !

One of my favourites during a tea time break is and will always be Himalayan tea .. love the sprinkled cinnamon powder on top . Goes extremely well with blueberry muffin !

What your Fri-yay night out should like !

Aperol classic with prosecco, citrus and spritz super start to the weekend . @holeymoley_clarkequay has some great cocktails that you gotta try ...

Holey Moley also has a mini golf course and bar that turns traditional putt putt into a multi-sensory labyrinth of unique holes that’ll keep you on your toes across the craziest round of golf you’ve ever played. Highly recommended by @ithinkfood

P.s booking for golf is a must since they are usually sold out if you are at the venue and then booking . We got lucky with a great staff member who accommodated us in an empty slot :)

Spending a perfect mid- morning snack at @dgoodcafe at #HollandVillage

• Smoked Salmon Eggs Benedict

Spaghetti aglio e olio is a traditional Italian pasta dish from Naples. Made by lightly sauteeing sliced, minced, or pressed garlic in olive oil, sometimes with the addition of dried red chili flakes, and tossing with spaghetti.

Loved the version with Mushrooms, red chilli and garlic with spaghetti tossed in garlic oil at @swensenssingapore .


The best Japanese food restaurant that I have ever come across and is one of my favourites- Monster curry !

Love their fish fillet Katsu curry with rice. It’s filling and not very heavy on the pocket. Service is quick and staff is super friendly . Loved their gesture of providing free mask cases for us to keep our masks safe and secure while dining. Highly recommended!

Food Blogger - @iThinkFood

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