My dad read an article in Sunday Times recently about Alt. Pizza and he got all excited about it because the owner of Alt. Pizza (Matthew White) had helped to launch Extra Virgin Pizza and I had brought my dad to Extra Virgin Pizza once and he was so impressed by the pizza there that
Siew Mai and I met up for dinner at Salt Tapas & Bar last Wednesday because I read in an email/article by HoneyCombers that Salt has a ladies special where ladies get a free cocktail for each tapas ordered.Alas, the promotion was over AND we just missed their Happy Hour (ends at 7pm). Nonetheless, the
I have no idea who recommended La Braceria to my bro but he suggested that we go there for dinner so my family did. First up, I am constantly amazed at how all these restaurants in Bukit Timah survive very well despite the horrible lack of parking and not being the most accessible by public
I've read so many good reviews about Extra Virgin Pizza that I just HAD to try it when I met my bro for dinner one evening. They didn't have any seats inside so we had to sit outside on the uncomfy bar chairs which were easy to get up but less easy to get down.
This review is kinda long overdue since I've been eating at Skinny Pizza since they first started. I think I've been to almost all their branches too so I'll just let the food do the talking. It's foodporn after all. ;)Trinity of Truffle Fries, Grilled Corn on the Cob and Harissa Prawns with Couscous -
As you know, I went to AFA (Anime Festival Asia) over the weekend so a girl has got to eat right? So...Siew Mai did a bit of googling and found 'Heath Bistro' at Expo via hungrygowhere.com. That's Siew Mai pretending to take a photo of my food. Below is my Chicken Chop Rice which came
Long post alert!Wee~~ Sunday was such a wonderfully relaxing day. (^^)v Chilled out with Siew Mai at Sentosa in the afternoon till night. I had completely forgotten that the Barclay's Open was on but thank goodness I wasn't driving into Sentosa so I just had to put up with the usual weekend crowd.First up...we went
Community teamworks 2008I volunteered with a bunch of colleagues for today's Pizza making session with some teens from the Students' Care services. The youths ranged from 12 to 18 years old and all of them are troubled children. A couple of them have learning disabilities (dyslexia, autism etc) and have gotten in trouble with the