Kin Moo – Affordable Thai Dining at Bugis

Towards the end of Tan Quee Lan street lies a small unappealing shopfront. Kin Moo specialises in Thai street noodles so you can expect to find your wanton mee, tom yum noodles, pork knuckle noodles and also a different type of selection known as Cha Kang Rao noodle which reminds me of Thai-style minced meat noodles….

Kin Cow – Thai Beef Noodles at Chinatown Point

Kin Cow, popular Thai beef noodles from Sudyod has opened their first overseas branch in Singapore. Pronounced as ‘Kin Khao’, it means ‘Eat Rice’ in Thai is conveniently located at Chinatown Point. The lunch crowd was evident when we went though we were lucky we didn’t have to wait long. The menu is hidden below…

Sawadee Thai Cuisine – Thai Food in Bugis

The colleague was craving for Thai so we ended up at Sawadee Thai Cuisine at Bugis. The location is just opposite the downtown exit, which makes it a convenient and accessible one. I always walk past this place but never had the intention of going in so I’m glad I finally had the chance to…

Cafe Pal – Dreaming of That Coconut Cake

Cafe Pal situated along Middle road is a cafe I had patronised many times before (but never got down to reviewing it). They used to have a different name but the food and drinks still remain since the owner who owns Cafe Pal also owns Yhingthai Palace so the food at Pal comes from there…

Snaps! Memories from my trusty iPhone

Hunt for my chirashi continues This time round featuring Nama Hon Maguro from Sumiya Charcoal Grill Izakaya which you can read about it here. I really like how their bluefin tuna is so fresh and sweet, each bite is just pure bliss Met a friend at Lenu (樂牛) to have their beef noodles. Somehow, I…