Stuff I’ve Eaten

Consumed: The Wok And Barrel

Consumed: The Wok And Barrel

I first heard about The Wok And Barrel through its owner, Shen, over Twitter (@MadamTans). She’s so clearly passionate about food, it seemed a crime not to give her new restaurant a try. True to its hawker roots, The Wok…

Consumed: The Dunearn

Consumed: The Dunearn

Although it sounds like the name of a condo development, The Dunearn is – surprise – a restaurant. It’s located within the guild house at NUS’ Bukit Timah Campus, which is not exactly the kind of place you’d just happen…

Nom: Neighbourly Noms

Nom: Neighbourly Noms

When I was growing up, my parents and I lived in a HDB ‘point block’ that had three other families on the same floor. We weren’t close, but we were always friendly, and it would show during the festive seasons….

Nom: Homebaked Dough at Tanjong Pagar Plaza

Nom: Homebaked Dough at Tanjong Pagar Plaza

For some months now, my colleagues have been raving about the chocolate chip cookies sold by the two young men at Tanjong Pagar. We swung by Homebaked Dough after lunch to pick up some cookies, and were lucky enough to…

Consumed: COCOTTE

Consumed: COCOTTE

When Sharon said we were going for French food in Little India, I assumed we would be chowing down at the venerable French Stall on Serangoon Road. As it turned out, she and Edwin were bringing us somewhere far more…

Consumed: FLOR Pâtisserie

Consumed: FLOR Pâtisserie

FLOR is an adorable little Japanese cake shop located on Duxton Hill, which used to be one helluva dodgy neighbourhood. Back in 2006, my first workplace was located there. I could get any number of taxis at 6.30 pm when…

Consumed: JING at One Fullerton

Consumed: JING at One Fullerton

We attend a good number of wedding dinners – which as everyone knows, come at a price. So you can’t really blame me for wondering what else I could be eating for the price of an angpao. This was at…

Consumed: Osia at Resorts World Sentosa

Consumed: Osia at Resorts World Sentosa

By all accounts, our meal at Osia should’ve been stellar. The restaurant has received accolades from CNNGo’s Best Eats and Singapore Tatler, both of which I have some regard for. So why did our experience suck so bad? We were…

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