We were greeted with a glass of bubbly sparkling – Waipara Hills Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough Cuvée NV, a fresh appetizing bubbly to boost our appetite before the courses started. Special occasion?! Well, it’s the once a while wine gathering that a friend of mine from Evergrape Wine Community planned, where we paid an amount of money to enjoy the wine and Japanese food pairing in Senjyu Japanese Restaurant. Continue Reading
The famous Macau pork chop bun is now part of the family in my favourite food court Hutong Lot 10. Tai Lei Loi Kei 澳门大利來記咖啡室 is the must visit for tourists if you are travelling in Macau. Established since year 1968, famous for its pork chop bun which is usually sold out within 2-3 hours. Continue Reading
What’s for the crazy hot weather?!!!!
Scream for ICE CREAM!!!!
Chilling nitrogen gas, lab technicians all in lab coats, beakers, volumetric flasks…. Continue Reading
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Last Thursday, I suggested to my colleagues that we shall have the very last banana leaf rice meal at our favourite spot on Monday (which is today). But hell no. We received a call on Friday morning and asked us to report to our new places immediately. It was like ASAP!!! Panic attacked and our last banana leaf rice lunch was then gone.
I took a half day off from work, in order to join the tai-tai-s for tea. ahh, a tea session, was what I need. Friday afternoon, we picked a French House - Maison Francaise. Continue Reading
Chinese restaurants are always my pick when it comes to dinner with the family. Causal no frills restaurant, a variety of Chinese dishes to choose from and they all come with real wok hei. In search of new place for Chinese dishes, this one comes into my list.
Used to locate opposite the Brickfields police station has now situated at Lorong Syed Putra Kiri, Kheng Heong is the no frill restaurant that serves Chinese dai chow fares which is priced affordably. I find their dishes are pretty good, pretty homey (on those we have tried). Price wise, it was really affordable and cost us about Rm 160 for total of 8 pax.
The month of April was a painful one, filled with a few unhappy moments and unfortunate events. I just hope the blue will go away and everyone will stay happy and live healthy. So, let the sweet one starts in May. Let’s have something sweet then!
Singaporeans are blessed with a lot of good desserts around such as cakes, pastries and ice cream. That is why I can see that they love hanging out and having supper in the dessert house/café. When in Rome, do as the Romans do. So, I too, had my supper in by ninethirty by Awfully Chocolate during my visit to Singapore.