I read about Bae Yong Joon’s celebrity restaurant in Seoul, and decided to check it out. Gorilla In the Kitchen is located in Dosan Park, a memorial park for independence activist known as An Chang-ho, which is in the Gangnam
From Gurney Drive at the Changi Airport Terminal 3. Assam Laksa is my favourite Penang food, followed closely by Char Kway Teow. I must find an opportunity to visit Penang again. If for nothing else, just to eat the delicious
A box of home-made macarons in five different flavours: blackcurrant, chocolate, lemon, passionfruit and salted caramel. I am not a fan of macarons because I find the ones sold in the shops outside are too sweet. But these ones baked
I think I posted a photo of this restaurant some time ago. But I want to post it again, because it is such a pretty glass building. I have seen this restaurant in several Korean dramas. I was charmed by
Snapped this at an Epicentre outlet in Orchard. There is something about Hello Kitty that endears it to women of all ages, that makes our eyes light up and squeal loudly ‘soooo cute’.
I don’t do Valentine’s Day. I cannot even bring myself to use the word ‘celebrate’. All the commercial cheesiness revolving around Valentine’s Day – exorbitantly-priced and frequently ugly flower bouquets, candlelit Valentine’s Day set dinners, men trotting around carrying heart-shaped
Now that I am no longer entitled to collecting red packets, what I love most about Chinese New Year now is yusheng. If I could, I would eat yusheng EVERY DAY throughout the 14-day Chinese New Year period. In the
Milkshakes from Once Upon A Milkshake. Courtesy of Groupon! I have recently joined the Groupon craze, turning into what some people term as ‘a Groupon aunty’, one who is constantly on the prowl for cheap deals. A fellow Groupon-addict friend
^ Photo taken on the 1st day of the Year of the Dragon. Our two cute nieces. The older one resembles their maternal granny while the younger one resembles their paternal granny.
^ Chinese New Year stalls near my mom’s place. Unlike previous years, I didn’t do my usual Chinatown walkabout this year. Just didn’t get round to doing so this time around. A bit of a shame, really. I wished Chinese
Blooming pussy willows. Every morning, I examine the plant to look for new green shoots sprouting from the stems. 🙂
I tried a new food recently. My colleague from India brought us a gift when he came to Singapore for a business trip. He gave us a type of Indian dessert known as Khajur Pak. I am not fond of Indian desserts