January 15
January 10

Strawberries are a personal favourite of mine just as they are to ZX and there are only a few things in this world that would rival a good piece of Strawberry Shortcake ($6.80). After trying out so many strawberries cakes in Singapore, I have to say there are better ones out there but I can’t deny that Bakerzin’s rendition sparked my interest in search of Japanese shortcakes…

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January 9

Eating healthily is really the trend now. You can see our government promoting it’s citizen having more vegetables in this and less oil in that because of rising health issues within the community. You can even see bloggers promoting government initiatives to eat healthily. Can you imagine asking the hawker to use less oil in your favourite Char Kway Teow? I can but just be prepared to have your head smack by that metal ladle…

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January 6

I think I’ve been subconsciously telling myself to search for all chocolate desserts available out there that my flimsy wallet can spare. I’ve eaten more lava cakes this year than any others. Where some have disappoint me so badly that I don’t even think it’s blog-worthy, there are a handful of cafes/restaurants/shops that never fails to make my soul gratified with a capital G…

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January 5

One of my favourite hobby is to have an afternoon tea with somebody nice for company. Surely ZX would agree since she’s always there sipping her favourite coffee drink. She’s my best tea partner and I always look forward to a pig-out session with her.

Tucked along the fourth floor of the posh Mandarin Gallery was Jone The Grocer, some of the finest gourmet cafe in town. A place I thought worth for tea after much shopping along Orchard street…

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January 1

Think about all the roasted beef you can request, the oysters you can grasp. All the different cuisines you can plate and still be dazzled by desserts of every kind all in one place and one price. You walk in feeling empty and you start eating till your hearts content.Walked out full and satisfied, swearing that there won’t be another buffet till you diet again but somehow find yourself in another feast all over again? Yeah… That’s what buffet is all about. Ohhh… Gosh I just love buffets…

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December 30

Tucked upon the hilly outpost of Duxton is Flor Patisserie, a little dessert cafe made famous for their Japanese-inspired French pastries. Manning the shop is Chef Yamashita with years of experience crafting desserts and I have to say, their desserts almost never disappoints me whenever I pay them a visit…

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