I really enjoyed the pie with all elements coming together and the perfect amount of fetta to give the cheesiness and right amount of salt to the dish. The pastry was especially tasty and topped off with a refreshing glass of the juice of the day. . . . → Read More: Country Road Cafe – 25 Feb 2011
OK, this was the only restaurant we got to try given I was confined to the hotel with flu but despite feeling off colour, the restaurant was a great choice to enjoy some Asian fare and sample a few Balinese dishes. We both enjoyed our meals and the drinks plus those wet towels provide relief and refreshment from the stifling humidity. . . . → Read More: Bali – Ocean Asian Cuisine Restaurant
Our last leg of our trip was a stop to Bali. After queuing up to get a visa and then through immigration and eventually getting to our hotel, we were glad to settle in and put our feet up. Of course, there’s always that curiosity when you walk into your . . . → Read More: Bali – Desserts & Hotel Cafe
I have a more recent food review of Maxwell Food Centre.
On our last night in Singapore, we’d asked the hotel concierge the location of some nearby cafes where we could have breakfast. A few eateries were provided and we went in search of them the next day but both were . . . → Read More: Singapore – Maxwell Food Centre
I hear their French toast is excellent and I’m kicking myself for not changing the order. Maybe it would have provided a better food experience as the pancakes weren’t that great. They do serve lunch and dinner so this place is worth checking out. Either way, it was nice enjoying the views of the river but it’s no where as good as the Swan River in Perth. This river was rather murky. . . . → Read More: Singapore – Epicurious Cafe
This place takes the top spot for the best food experience I’ve ever encountered. My main meal was fantastic and the dessert topped things off. Fortunately, I got to eat a reasonable portion of my cousin’s creme brullee which was absolutely amazing. He too thoroughly enjoyed his mains, wine, and dessert. Look past the price tag, this place is a must try. At least come in for the creme brullee. Please! . . . → Read More: Singapore – L’Angelus
Not a place that we planned to eat at but the papaya salad was the highlight of the meal adding some really surprising flavours. The prawn fritters were solid and the fried rice was quite different but I prefer the more flavoursome fried rice you generally would be served at other establishments. The whole meal was just under $25 SGD which is really cheap for the two of us. The papaya salad is worth coming back for. . . . → Read More: Singapore – Por Jai Thai Restaurant
Little India – Masala Dhosa #1
Stepping off the MRT and arriving in Little India, the area looks like any other part of Singapore. As you delve deeper you find it’s very large, much larger than Kuala Lumpur. In the food court which is open air but undercover, you’re confronted by a . . . → Read More: Singapore – Little India
I have a more recent food review of Chinatown.
Chinatown is always alive during the day with many shops open and some food stalls. In the late afternoon and night there is far more activity with all shops and food stalls open. There’s all kinds of things to eat and drink . . . → Read More: Singapore – Chinatown
This place was a standout and we enjoyed the meals from the al a carte and dim sim menus. The seasoned chicken from the al a carte was amazing and the dim sim follows closely behind in the taste stakes. . . . → Read More: Singapore – Da Dong’s