Showing posts with label western. Show all posts
Showing posts with label western. Show all posts

Saturday, May 17, 2014

Spathe Public House

I'm such a procrastinator. Every month, I say I'll try to post more, but every month, I end up being lazy/too busy/tired to think of the words to accompany my posts.


Spathe Public House

Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Omakase Burger

There was much talk about Omakase Burger when it first opened in 2012. It took me a whole year, before I managed to try it in late 2013, in December. I remember the exact date in fact, as it was the day of the Standard Chartered Marathon 2013, and I was absolutely starving after the race as I only got to eat my first meal of the day at about two in the afternoon. Yeah. So. As I was saying, I popped by the store, super eager to get my hands on some burger and fries.

Omakase Burger

Monday, September 23, 2013

Cups and Canvas

The Singapore I knew as a child did not encourage the arts industry. The era that I had grown up with had the old school mentality that one has to be in the medicine, law, finance sector to be considered "successful". Thankfully, we've since progressed beyond that. Slowly, yes, but baby steps is considered a positive change.

 Cups and Canvas

Thursday, September 05, 2013

Suprette

Decent place, decent food.

Dinner at Suprette

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Jewel Cafe + Bar

My cafe buddy and I popped by a new spot a few months back.

Jewel Coffee + Bar

Wednesday, May 29, 2013

The Merry Men Kitchen & Bar

One Friday night, I met some girlfriends for dinner and drinks to unwind.

The Merry Men Kitchen & Bar

Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Dean & Deluca

As much as I love food, surprisingly, I'm not someone who will go absolutely nuts over famous new stores opening (so far) on our local shores. Not even when I first heard of Ladurée's opening in Singapore...so needless to say, I wasn't exactly going "wow" when I first heard of Dean & Deluca's opening. The truth was I haven't even heard of the brand before. Ha. Me? A foodie? Yeah right...(not).

 Brunch at Dean & Deluca

Sunday, April 21, 2013

Fern & Kiwi

I've visited Fern & Kiwi twice. The first time, a few months back when my friend gave me a birthday treat, and the second, early this month where I went for a friend's birthday dinner. Both times, I wasn't disappointed with the food (there were more hits than misses). So it's safe to say that it's definitely a place to recommend.

 Fern & Kiwi

Thursday, April 11, 2013

Wednesday, April 03, 2013

Little Part 1 Cafe

Good food, good beer, good company.

Little Part 1 Cafe

Thursday, March 14, 2013

eM & Toby's Estate

I love brunches. It's no secret. It's probably the other cause of why I never ever lose any weight (besides my number one weakness - desserts). I've been trying out a few new places with my friends for the past few months and there were a few hits and misses.

eM by the river

Thursday, January 17, 2013

Nosh

I like quiet brunch places. One, there is the lack of crowds (that's a self explanatory reason). Two, you can actually carry a (regular decibel) conversation without constantly leaning over to be heard of the din (or just to avoid listening unintentionally to the next table's conversation). Three, it is easier to find parking.

And Nosh happens to fit all of the above mentioned.

Nosh

Friday, November 30, 2012

Societe Canteen

Here's another new cafe that I checked out last month.

Societe Canteen

Monday, November 19, 2012

L'Etoile Cafe

About a month ago, I started cafe hopping on the weekends with a girlfriend. Two cafes per Sunday. We did it about two weeks or so straight cos our schedules happened to coincide. For once. We started off with a brunch cafe, followed with a coffee joint after. L'Etoile was our "late brunch" (I wonder what one call lunch+dinner. Lunner? Dinch? Ha!) cafe option.

L'Etoile Cafe

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Vanilla Bar & Cafe

Met the girlfriends at a quiet spot in the CBD on a weeknight for dniner. The place was full, but we could still get seats for four quite easily.

 Vanilla Bar & Cafe

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Five & Dime Eatery

I was anticipating the brunch at Five & Dime Eatery, another place that has seen a surge in visitors after it opened. After two missed chances to visit the eatery (thrice's the charm?), I finally managed to get myself down there to see what was the hype about.
 
Five & Dime Eatery

Monday, September 24, 2012

Club Street Social

It's one of the latest (okay, not that latest by the time I get around to posting this) hippest place to be. I've heard good reviews about the place so I decided to drop by for lunch one day.

Club Street Social

Saturday, August 18, 2012

Hummerstons

Yet another brunch place. What can I say? I love brunch. And there's just a whole list of new places to try out...

 Hummerstons

Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Skyve Elementary Bistro and Bar

I visited Skyve a few months back for a birthday brunch with some friends. The place was relatively out of the way (but luckily for me, since I'm a Westie, it's easily accessible as I drive anyway), and I like that parking is not an issue. In Singapore, parking is everything you fret about when you drive.

Skyve Elementary Bistro and Bar

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

PAUL Bakery (takeaway)

Ooooh, managed to catch a breather. I'm 'sort of' over the extremely busy period at work already, gonna make use of this time to try to upload more of my super backlog of photos that date back to my April Taiwan trip! Wish me luck.

In the meantime, here's some tasty pastries I had (yes, a few months back) form PAUL's Bakery. Yet another big name in the pastries world, PAUL's Bakery, had opened a flagship store in the middle of town early 2012. I've visited it twice already, both times to get takeaways as the queue for dining in was really long and the place was super packed.

PAUL pastries
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