Tag Archives: Snacks

Jiu Zhuang at Dempsey

Jiu Zhuang 酒庄 is a hidden gem of a bar located within the quieter part of Dempsey Hill. Rachist and I first visited it after our Chinese New Year tasting at Yan Ting, St. Regis Singapore. Jiu Zhuang at Dempsey Hill   Initially, Rachist and I were apprehensive as the walk along the dimly lit boardwalk seemed to […]

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Krispy Kreme’s in Singapore!

Are you a fan of Krispy Kreme Doughnuts and did you make friends buy you boxes of them when they return to Singapore? Well, you no longer have to travel or trouble friends and family to fulfill your Krispy Kreme craving as they will be opening their Flagship Store in Singapore tomorrow at the Basement of […]

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SFF’s 7th Birthday “Make My Magnum” Giveaway: Here are the Winners!

superfinefeline (AKA SFF) turned 7 on 27 September 2013! I’m giving away a pair of “Make My Magnum” experience vouchers to 7 lucky readers who shared their fantasy Magnum toppings with me. I had a hard time choosing just 7 winners out of more than 20 readers who shared a wide variety of interesting topping combinations! These […]

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Kouign Amann from Tiong Bahru Bakery

Kouign Amann @ S$3.50 I’ve been addicted to the Kouign Amann from Tiong Bahru Bakery by Gontran Cherrier since C & L introduced it to me last year. To be perfectly honest, when I first visited Tiong Bahru Bakery with R at it’s first outlet in Tiong Bahru, I wasn’t impressed by the sandwiches and […]

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Drinks & Bar Bites at 28 HongKong Street

A bunch of us visited 28 HongKong Street recently to wish Y well before her operation and recovery-related abstinence from alcohol. The speakeasy derives its name from its actual street address and reservations are highly recommended. Truffled Mac & Cheese Balls @ S$12 It was my first visit even though I’d heard a lot of […]

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Poh Cheu’s Handmade Ang Ku Kueh & other Traditional Chinese Kuehs

Is it just my imagination or does the Outram and Bukit Merah area seem to have quite a few famous Ang Ku Kueh 紅龜粿 stores?   I’ve been eating so much Ang Ku Kueh in the past few weeks. I think its because I’ve been passing 2 stores (Ji Xiang and Lim Lam Hong) en route to and from […]

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Lim Lam Hong’s Ang Ku Kueh at Jalan Bukit Merah

I couldn’t help noticing another Ang Ku Kueh 紅龜粿 store on my way home from regular therapy sessions at Singapore General Hospital so I stopped by to pick some up. Box of Ang Ku Kueh from Lim Lam Hong (Peanut – Red, Sweet Potato – Pink, Durian – Yellow &  Salted Bean – Grey) Ang Ku […]

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Ji Xiang Confectionery’s Ang Ku Kueh at Everton Park

I have been passing the famous Ang Ku Kueh 紅龜粿 store at Everton Park countless times in the past few months on my way to the Singapore General Hospital for therapy. Ang Ku Kueh is the Hokkien name for a steamed glutinous rice flour cake stuffed with a sweet filling. “Ang” means “red”,  while “Ku” refers […]

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Peranakan Snacks by Chinta Manis at myVillage, Serangoon Gardens

Whenever Nonya Kuehs are mentioned, most Singaporeans will immediately think of Bengawan Solo, Kedai Kue Kue, Kim Choo Kueh Chang and Glory Catering. It’s difficult to find decent Nonya Kuehs in Singapore these days because alot of the rich flavours, variety and details such as the hand-pinched design on tarts have been lost over the […]

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Chicken Char Siew Polo Bun (Bor Lor Bao) from Sweet Tarts Hong Kong Pastry

Chicken Char Siew Bor Lor Bao  (雞肉叉燒菠蘿包 Polo Bun) @ S$1.20 JW and I chanced upon a Hong Kong-style bakery a few weeks back, while strolling down Joo Chiat Road. We both love Bor Lor Bao, loosely translated to mean pineapple bun in Cantonese, so we bought some to try. By the way, there is no […]

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