Meiji – You Crack Me Up!

Established in Singapore since 1974, Meiji is one of my favourite snack food brands. For 41 years, Meiji has been supplying Singaporeans with cute tidbits and tasty dairy products, and from Singapore to over 50 countries around the world. I remember Yan Yan and Hello Panda as some of my children’s favourite treats although they … Continue reading

Dong Po Colonial Cafe 東坡茶室

Retro seemed to be “in” theme especially for cafes in Singapore during the last few years. They could have been around all along but up till now, their presence have never been felt so strongly. Dong Po Colonial cafe is one the places to go for a nostalgic experience of Singapore in the ’50s and … Continue reading

Good Morning Nanyang Cafe 早安南洋 – More Than Just A Jam!

One of the 4 makan kakis named Tony is a very famous food blogger and the girl recognised him immediately! She knew that if she followed him closely, she could steal a good meal away from him. He is always busy taking photos. He wouldn’t notice a few ciabatta kaya toasts or curry chicken missing, … Continue reading

Chef Jackie Tay – The Baking Rabbit

Before the break of dawn, I made myself a cup of coffee and got way ahead ready for a bake class at 10am. It’s been 15 years or more since I attended any culinary lessons and I was pretty excited after reading Chef Jackie’s profile. Having chanced upon the magical world of fondant cakes, Jackie … Continue reading

Basilico – Culinary Drama

With so much going on in my children’s working lives, it is hard to have lunch together as a family. I was secretly hoping to entice them for a Sunday brunch since forever and finally we did have one just this past Sunday. My post on Dolcetto by Basilico and subsequent take-aways of their desserts … Continue reading

Kiwi Baker In Singapore – Baker & Cook

I have been missing Aussie style breakfast. In short, I miss Melbourne. The lazy weekends with Ray and “life threatening” cycling episodes to suburban areas in search of brunch. Those were the days, not too long ago but it seemed faded now… You cannot imagine my happiness when I arrived at Baker & Cook last … Continue reading