[Eat] Top 5 Bubble Tea in Singapore

The bubble tea phenomena that have hit Singapore long ago from the classic Bubble Milk tea to last year craze for Brown Sugar Milk Tea with pearl, and this year a new wave of bubble tea shop is coming in like Machi Machi, Chun Fun How (春芳號).  To be honest, there are plenty of bubble tea stalls in Singapore and it is at every malls and not forgetting our neighbourhood areas.

I will be sharing my favourite Top 5 Bubble Tea store in Singapore, it might change over time too.

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[Share] Top 5 Souvenir to get in Singapore – Chips edition

After posting the Top 10 Souvenir to get in Singapore – food edition, I decided to come out with the next series of chips edition that I would like to share. I love to buy tidbits and snacks overseas. And understand that some of us love to buy delicious and interesting snack back as a gift or for your own consumption. I like to eat chips and love to try on something new, this is the 5 chips that I felt is worth to buy or maybe to try out.

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[Eat] Korea, Seoul- Shimsontang(심슨탕) Army Stew Budae-Jjigae Restaurant at MyeongDong

After visiting the NSeoul Tower, I meet my friends at Myeong Dong area for shopping. We did not have any plans for our dinner, hence as we walked along the street we saw this army stew (budae-jjigae) restaurant that caught our attention, since we were craving for some spicy food too.  We did not realise that it was actually a famous restaurant which is owned by a Korean singer and there are two outlets in Seoul. (more…)

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[Eat] Japan, Nagoya- The not to miss unagi meal at Atsuta Horaiken Main Restaurant

The not to be missed cuisine when you are in Nagoya. There is a saying that if you are in Aichi Prefecture, you should have at least one Unagi (Freshwater eel) meal and the best place to try would be in Nagoya city.

One of Nagoya’s famous dishes would be Hitsumabushi, and Atsuta Horaiken is the only restaurant that have their grilled unagi registered as “hitsumabushi”.

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