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One of my favourite pastimes is walking into coffee shops just for a cup of pick-me-up. Then half of the time, I feel like I could a use an accompanying plate of cake or pastry cause…having a drink on its own just doesn’t cut it. 😃

This happened the other day I was in Kampong Bahru for an appointment and chanced upon Grey Area.

I got a Hot Chocolate, but decided on a whim to have a slice of their Banana Bread, which was recommended.

Not bad, though I prefer my banana breads to be as moist as they can get! To be completely transparent, this got drier towards the rim/crust. But I suppose a drink aids in balancing that out, so it was all good in my books. 🥸

They do have other bakes available like brownies, cookies, and quiche for the #teamsavoury people! (7/10)

“I have a fetish for pretty cakes”, I said when discussing with my fellow colleague about which cake to get for our colleague’s birthday. This explains why I was drawn to luna’s orh nee cake after scrolling through the web, I subconsciously found myself spending hours to get the right one at an affordable delivery price ($7 flat fee for Luna). I definitely also checked the pretty cake box because I was elated when I opened the box, that dual-coloured whipping cream masterpiece was a joy to the eyes.
Taste wise, I was expecting a lighter sponge to the thickened yam paste but it was relatively dense; nothing direly wrong though.
Also, the fresh whipped cream and “heavier” yam paste I thought could do with another alternating element within to make this a stellar cake; right now it is a good cake.

Pratas were not bad! The kosong one was abit crispy on the outside. The curry is tasty, and the thick type which I prefer.

Stall #01-43 - M Mohamed Irshad

Mee Siam from stall #01-16 Dapur Aishah. Nice gravy with good balance of sweet, spicy and sour. Would eat this again 👏

One of my favourite ramen choice here! Noodles are al dente, soup is flavourful (you can ask for less salty), with cabbage and bean sprouts (You can ask for no bean sprout). This also comes with a bowl of Japanese white rice for you to eat with the balance soup. Portion is really filling.

Ordered Seafood Hor Fun (S$5) for lunch. Portion is good and taste is not bad; there's sliced fish, prawns, clam, minced meat. 🐟🦐

A popular stall with the elderly where I saw many of them ordered fish soup. The stall owner is helpful to the elderly by helping to bring the food to their tables too.

I like their seafood soup which i have tried before, its tasty, not too salty & value for money 👍

📍Location:
New Market Seafood Soup (02-28)
Chinatown Complex Food Centre
335 Smith Street
Singapore 050335

Here for the first time and on a Sunday night so relatively quiet and didn’t mind that at all. We ordered the Guinness Beef Brisket Stew, Crispy Chicken Burger and Babyback Ribs and of course, paired our food with a smooth Guinness.

Their stew was the highlight dish - served with toasted bread, the beef was cooked till soft and gravy texture was just nice and flavourful.

Love their soft and crispy brioche bun of the chicken burger and their flavourful crispy chicken !

Overall experience was good.

Flavourful dry mee siam (from $6.90) with mild spiciness, and extra fiery kick from the accompanying sambal. Enjoyed the juicy and generously sized meatballs and fish cake. These ready-to-eat meals are ultra convenient (simply microwave/boil), and can be kept frozen for up to a month.