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8 Buzz-worthy Mooncakes For The Curious, The Trendsetters and The Adventurous
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8 Buzz-worthy Mooncakes For The Curious, The Trendsetters and The Adventurous
Rediscover the traditions of Mid-Autumn festival by gathering around these buzzy mooncake flavours. Citi Cardmembers enjoy up to 30% off these sweet treats!
New Restaurants, Cafes & Bars in Singapore: August 2019
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New Restaurants, Cafes & Bars in Singapore: August 2019
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A weekly main for the restaurant's Executive Set Lunch... Honest opinion is damn worth the price of $29.90 (gst not included yet)

It comes with a free flow of salad bar items, soup and bread, 3 choices of mains (I chose the Lobster Penne Pasta) and for the finale with a choice of any tea or coffee (cold/hot)

If you are working at CBD, definitely is worth the visit...

We had cold brew vanilla bean latte ($7.50) and regular dark chocolate coffee ice- blend ($7.90). Worth it with burpple beyond (and the only times I get a frappe because it is expensive :p).

My new favourite unagi place. This set cost $12 with a Klook deal (originally about ~$35). Go and try for yourself!

I have been wanting to try the fish soup here for the longest time (partly due to their interesting name), and i wasn't left disappointed during my recent visit. The soup was light yet flavourful while the fish slices were fresh and quite thick. An affordable & comforting option in the area if you’re looking for something lighter on the palate.

(P.S. I still don’t know why they are called Angel Horse, perhaps i should ask the stall owners next time)

Yay! @thecoconutclubsg has reopened.
After seeing my friend Jackson (Instagram: @misnokcaj) share about his visit on his IG Stories, I knew immediately where I was headed for today’s brunch.
“The Coconut Club” has relocated further up the hill to a much bigger space at 28 Ann Siang Road (fun fact: Batey Ads, the first ad agency I worked at, use to occupy the premises). Aesthetically, it is a whole lot more stylish too.
As the restaurant is still in their soft launch stage (they’ve only been open since Monday), only the Nasi Lemak and drinks were available when we were there. The popular side dishes of Otak-Otak, Sambal Lala and the like had been put on hold because the team was giving out a variety of dishes to everyone. FOR FREE. The reason as explained by the servers is that they wanted to test how well the dishes were received. It seem those that fare better will be added to the menu.
Anyway, about the Nasi Lemak which is the main reason I was there, I thought it was still very good but not exactly the same as before. The rice seems a touch whiter, lighter and fluffier now in comparison (if my memory hasn’t failed me), and the chicken is more evenly fried and a tad less salty as well. Everything else has remained the same, including the price of $12.80++.
I am really pleased to be able to get my fix of “atas” Nasi Lemak whenever I crave it now.

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Expensive braised duck. $18 for 2. Each platter comes with duck, egg, fishcake, braised peanuts, cucumber, beansprouts over a generous amount of gravy. The taste is just nice for us, it is more on the sweeter side.