Photo credit: Yoogane SingaporeI've seen the long queues at Yoogane's Bugis Junction branch and I've always wondered what the fuss is all about. All I know is that Yoogane started in Busan, Korea, in 1981 and it specialises in Galbi - grilled meat that has been marinated in the typical ganjang sauce. Deciding to find
I'm finally on Pinterest and if you'd like a more organised 'board' of my posts on my nail art plus my recipes, do follow me there at http://www.pinterest.com/themelissafann/.Besides those 2 boards, do give me suggestions on what other boards I should put up as I'd love to hear from you guys. Big thanks in advance
My brother ate the fried chicken at Bonchon Chicken in New York and was telling me how much he enjoyed it as well as how popular it is in NYC. As such, I decided to try the Bonchon Chicken at Bugis+ for lunch. Started with the spicy Tteokbokki ($12.90++) which not only was the rice
I've decided to turn my 'In Chef Mode' blog posts to a separate blog so that it's more focused. Please check out www.inchefmode.blogspot.com and support it!Thank you!!
I think I should become a food blogger. Haha...just kidding. I can't stick to one topic on my blog. Anyway, my mum and I went to this Korean restaurant recommended by my uncle - Kim's Family Korean restaurant.Look at the number of appetizers!! These come FREE with ANY mains. I'm serious. My mum had a
This post is entitled "Much Ado About London"...so please be prepared for a super long post. Okie dokes, moving on...I love this cereal. It's so yummy and its full grain! I can snack on this all long. I've been eating this for breakfast for the past week (except when I had scones from Waitrose -