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May 27, 2015

Smack at the furthest end of Upper Bukit Timah Road, Rise & Grind Coffee Co. is the newest member to join the foodie club at Bukit Timah Plaza. It sits on the ouside of the mall where sunshine can easily permeate, creating that al-fresco vibe that's very befitting of the casual café. It may be really young and out of the way, but that's no stopper...

May 10, 2015

The first time we visited The Bravery, it was for a simple quick bite and coffee. That, and having left my camera at home, mandated a second visit regardless of the experience. 


Another F&B venture by the folks behind The Plain and Ronin, The Bravery shares many similarities: it too follows a minimalist, industrial interior designing; uses the...

April 21, 2015

Housed in the quiet mall Siglap V, the young Craftsmen Specialty Coffee is well established among neighbouring residents for serving good food and great coffee. Besides the extensive coffee menu, Craftsmen offers a delectable selection of brunch fare, waffles, cakes and pastries. With coffee giants Penny University, Dutch Colony and Percolate just...

February 21, 2015

Group Therapy is really an old player in Singapore's café scene. Not-so-conveniently located in Duxton, among all the other amazing eateries, it's been on everyone's "Hipster Café" list for the longest time - including mine. And so when I finally got the car for a day, Group Therapy was the first place I wanted to visit. 


Do note that I visited nea...

January 6, 2015

Pronounced guest, Gæst is a Nordic cafe in our very CBD that dishes up simple bites from sandwiches to brunch fare. 'Nordic' may sound a little exotic - at least to me it did - but a quick glance at its layout and interior should make for a pretty good guess. Simple light-coloured woods and whites reminiscent of Ikea well reflects Gæst's food philo...

December 18, 2014

Any joint partnership between Harry Grover of 40 Hands (who started that indie cafe wave in Singapore since 3 years ago), Australia’s Five Senses Coffee, and The Spa Spirit Group sounds like a recipe for success - and that's exactly what Common Man Coffee Roasters is. It's been on my 'to-try list' for the past 2 years, yet for some reason I never v...

July 1, 2014

Opened two years back, DOC is increasingly known for making wonderful pancakes and waffles. So when my friend was going through a pancakes craze, I said why don’t we give DOC a shot?


Brunch crowds at DOC are usually pretty long, so it’s wonderful that they are conveniently located at Duxton, surrounded by amazing shops like Flor Patisserie, and...

June 30, 2014

The Fabulous Baker Boy is not news to brunch junkies. Most famous for it’s cakes, this quaint little bakery cafe has been garnering a steady crowd and following in its 2 years of operation. It recently went through a renovation, refitting the cafe with air conditioners. In the sweltering hot Singapore, who can say no to a good brunch and yummy cake...

June 6, 2013

A product of editing with the PicsArt application.


I used to be an Instagram hater (that I use it now doesn’t mean anything). Pfft what filters? Lo-fi? Hudson? X-Pro? Good photographers need #nofilters. No way is my good ol’ DSLR ever losing to some no-name-filtered-mobile-camera-picture. And I never thought there’d be a day I was grateful for m...

May 31, 2013


Yes, those are not omelettes. No, omelettes and frittatas are not the same.


According to my best friend (it’s Wiki this time), there are four key differences between a frittata and a conventional omelette.


1. Optional ingredients are combined with the beaten egg mixture while the eggs are still raw rather than being laid over the mostly-cooked egg...

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