Nook & Cranny Review – Pardon the Pan(dan)

At no time are we ever in such complete possession of a journey, down to its last nook and cranny, as when we are busy with preparations for it. After that, there remains only the journey itself, which is nothing but the process through which we lose our ownership of […]


Singapore Coffee Festival 2017 #SGCoffeeFest – Better Latte Than Never!

Singapore Coffee Festival 2017 – Organised by The Straits Times & Presented by DBS Bank Just yesterday I attended the Singapore Coffee Festival 2017 (Media & Trade Day). Organized by The Straits Times and presented by the DBS Bank, it’s back for its second year!  This year it’s held at […]


26@Marina Review – There’s Not Mushroom Left After This!

In Singapore, even as Singaporeans,  there’s a few things that grind our gears. The (sometimes overzealous) sun and heat, and never-ending crowds. Put both together and you got yourself a nightmare even the sandman can’t dust away. So one sweltering afternoon, as we were loitering around the Marina Bay Sands […]


Jules Taylor Wines Launch with WOK°15 Kitchen at ONE°15 Marina

Jules Taylor Wines Singapore Launch Just a couple of weeks ago, we were invited to the Singapore launch of Jules Taylor Wines at ONE°15 Marina, Sentosa Cove. From Marlborough, New Zealand,  this namesake winery started as and is still a boutique, family-owned-and-run company. Launched in 2001 with just 200 cases of […]


Mandarin Gallery presents Singapore Food Trail (13 July 2017)

So the Singapore Food Festival (SFF) is going on this month, and to join in the festivities, Mandarin Gallery teamed up with selected restaurants to present the Singapore Food Trail! We were invited to the official presentation of this event just last week, where familiar names such as Antoinette, Arteastiq, Lawry’s The Prime […]


Let Freedom Ring! Burger Joint Singapore with Jolie (@joliehwee)

“Nothing is more difficult, and therefore more precious, than to be able to decide.” -Napoleon Bonaparte Burgers. Originally just served as a meat patty in Germany (Hamburg, hence the name to hamburger and then burger), the modern burger was debatably developed by a few different sources in early USA history, […]


Stirling Grill Review – Good Steaks Pound For Pound

“Don’t count the days, make the days count.” – Muhammad Ali Cheong Chin Nam Road is a popular supper place where most would associate with local fare, like Roti Prata, Teochew Porridge or Chicken Rice. There are even Korean BBQ restaurants now! But sitting in plain sight is a steakhouse […]