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Sakae Don from Sakae Sushi

Since I was on a mission to try all the chirashi in Singapore, here’s one from Sakae Sushi. I’m not too sure if it’s cos I always had an expectation that Sakae serves sub standard food, in the end I’m always pleasantly surprised by how delicious their food is at times. This Sakae don had a combination of salmon, spicy salmon and salmon roe. It was not bad at all. You’ll be surprised it is actually better than some of the famous sushi chain restaurants

Chirashi from The Sushi Bar

The Sushi Bar is no stranger to the chirashi scene, often spotting a line out of the restaurants. I must say this place serves one of the better chirashi in town, for the price and quality you get no doubt. It is so fresh, and so generous with their portion though the thickness of the sashimi can be a little scary at times

Just cos we were craving for ramen one day, we headed to Ramen Bar Suzuki located at Telok Ayer. I had the Pure White Tonkotsu ramen w light broth and added toppings. I must say their light is really really light. I like the texture of the char siu here, pretty tender and comes in generous portion though their egg didn’t really make the mark

One of the many times where we had a feast at Paradise Pavilion

Trio of platter (top): Scallop, Prawn in wasabi mayo w watermelon, Foie Gras

Trio of platter (bottom): Scallop on baked pie, Siew Mai, Vegetable Dumpling

(Clockwise) Seafood w fish maw soup, Deep Fried Prawn, Lamp Chop

Tofu w Scallops and Spinach

And not forgetting their famous Peking Duck

The place is probably known for their duck and also quality of food, which makes it a popular choice to have client lunches. But I think their mains here are generally better as compared to their dim sums

 Lunch at Mandarin Oriental

Mushroom salad (The mushrooms are all hidden)

Pan Seared Sea Bass w Asparagus

Chocolate Cake

A 3 course set lunch which kept me full and sinful. One of the better lunches around, the chocolate cake was to die for #theonlyperkofmyjob

Happy Hour at The Secret Mermaid. One of the many hidden bars located in the CBD area

Napoleon Dynamites

Pulled Pork Roll

It’s a very tiny place with limited seats. The bar bites are good, but I wouldn’t say so for their drinks

Very happy when I got my batman. The DC comics ezlink card are super adorable 🙂


Went for a friend’s hens night party so we were just entertaining ourselves

ootd: Top from ASOS ❤

The Entourage, where we stopped in front of Suntec City and the whole world stared at us (with cameras armed and everything) #imnotdoingthisnexttime

ootd: Crochet maxi dress from River Island

Went to watch Cavalia. It was spectacular. The horses were beautiful and simply adorable

Cos I wasn’t able to take one with the real deal, here’s the soft toy version 😀

Went to the Singapore Teochew Festival. It was insanely crowded. I think the whole Teochew community must be there

My first ever run, which was really not a run. Overcoming 12 obstacles in the Wet n Wild Run at Sentosa was just simply tiring

Thai Milk Tea from Nam’s. It’s probably one of the closest Thai Milk Tea you can get in Singapore. The tea was so flavourful and fragrant

Shibuya Toast from Nam’s as well. So sinful, so sweet & so delicious #yumyum

Espresso Infused Waffle w Vanila Bean Icecream from 8 Stanley Street. Not your usual waffle on the list

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