CIEL Patisserie – Affordable Lovely Treats in Hougang

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I really love small neighbourhood cafes. They are quaint, peaceful and often produce quality food. I heard about CIEL Pâtisserie for a long time but I always don’t have the time to check it out till last week. CIEL Pâtisserie is a patisserie hidden in the heartlands of Hougang. Started last year, it is run by two young entrepreneurs. One of the co-owners was trained in Le Cordon Bleu in …

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Wakanui Grill Dining – Go for their Rack of Lamb!

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Wakanui Grill Dining is a mix blood. It originated from Tokyo but doesn’t serve Japanese meat. Instead, it serves New Zealand beef and lamb. We came here for dinner a few weeks back. The entrance of the restaurant is pretty impressive, there’s a huge dry-ageing chiller with different cuts of meat. On the second storey, is where serious dining happens here. Menu option is very limited and they probably need …

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Clarke Quay Food Trail by Food&Travel Magazine

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To be honest, I seldom dine at Clarke Quay. When my friends ask me to meet at Clarke Quay, I will always tell them “I don’t drink leh.” But after joining the team from Food&Travel magazine on this Clarke Quay food trail, my perceptions changed. Yes you can find the city’s trendiest nightspots here, and there is lots of interesting F&B establishments that you should check out too. Many of …

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15 Must Visit Cafes in Melbourne

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Melbourne is famous for it’s café culture scene. The city streets are abuzz with endless cafes and restaurants. Walk into any cafe and you will be greeted with serious barista working magic on their coffee. For this trip, I am very blessed to have many friends in Melbourne bringing me to the best cafes in the city. My highest record is to visit 4 cafes in a day and tried …

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Jimmy Grants – Melbourne’s Souvlaki Bar by George Calombaris

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Jimmy Grants, is masterchef judge George Calombaris’s modern interpretation of a Greek souvlaki bar off Smith Street in Melbourne. The name of the restaurant comes from the Australian rhyming slang for immigrants and this is further emphasized when street artist Dan Wenn captured a DC-3 aircraft and The Patris on two of the walls. This is where you can either enjoy a Greek beer, or have pretty good souvlaki food …

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