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Update on Saveur’s fare

I finally went to Saveur for lunch today for my intern’s leave-do and it has been a long awaited affair. The abstinence was necessary to ensure interest in the food and observation of changes.  The last time I went to Saveur was in Mar 2013. That’s almost a year ago! So…some changes noticed: The price...


L’Entrecote in Singapore – steak alert!

If you’ve followed by blog regularly, you would’ve read how I fell in love with l’entrecote steak in London.  I was so thrilled when I read that the restaurant L’entrecote opened in Singapore and guess what they serve?  Muahaha…the entrecote steak of course! Popularised in Paris, this steak is famous for coming sliced and topped...


More on Tiong Bahru Bakery

Please note that I did not eat both pastries in the same day. Despite my self-love on my rolls, I am trying to reduce them…so these 2 were eaten on separate days but I decided to post them in 1 posting since it is about Tiong Bahru Bakery. I have eaten an uber expensive sandwich...


Restaurant Review – Poulet

My family is all for good food at reasonable prices so, my dad was particularly interested to try the food at ‘Poulet’, a nouveau French restaurant at the revamped Bugis+ (formerly known as Illuma) by Chef Nelson Chua (formerly from Au Petit Salut).  The design of the place is quite cozy in the sense that...


Nails for the week – 8 Nov 2011

Je’taime Paris?  This week’s nails is cute, frilly but yet relatively simple to do.  Below is a close up of the Eiffel Tower on my thumb.  I didn’t draw this on my right hand because I’m not ambidextrous…apologies for the bad pic qualities as the light and my camera refused to work with me today....


Day 3 – Mon, 29 June

If you’ve managed to take a look at my planned itinerary, you’ll realise that we skipped the Musee d’Orsay on Saturday thanks to our exhaustion. My dear brother said,”Let’s do that and we blindly went. When we finally got there, it hit me as to why I had planned it on Saturday. Musee d’Orsay, which...