Over the past few years, the number of Hong Kong style restaurants and char chaan teng (茶餐廳) opened in Singapore has been nothing short but amazing. Tsui Wah, So Good, Kam’s Roast, Mak’s noodle, just to name a few. Pi Food located at 9 Penang Road (former Park Mall) is the new kid in town. … Continue reading Pi Food – A new Hong Kong Diner in Dhoby Ghaut, Singapore
Whenever I had Vietnamese food, my mom’s favourite joint in Chinatown, Manhattan always came to mind. To her, the pho there was better than the ones that she had tried in Vietnam thanks to the generous portion and higher quality beef. Co Chung's take on pho - SGD 8.90 While I might not necessarily agree … Continue reading Co Chung Vietnamese Restaurant in Plaza Singapura is the real deal
Recently, I came across articles about the rise of racism and xenophobia against Asians because of the COVID-19 pandemic. By all means be vigilant and take necessary precautions, but don't let fear and hate dictate our actions. Diseases recognize neither race or nationalities, neither should we. The COVID-19 pandemic is a humanitarian crisis. All of … Continue reading Shanghai: Pearl of the Orient, Part One – Canton 8
If you google 'the world's best croissant', you would notice almost all of the results point to a pastry shop in Fritzoy, a suburb of Melbourne, Australia. That is, of course unless you are using Google Austria, the motherland of croissant (Sorry France). No, Lune Croissanterie didn't win any pastry competition on a global scale. … Continue reading Why Lune Croissanterie serves the ‘best croissant in the world’?
What is the first thing that crosses your mind when you see the Michelin Man (a.k.a Bibendum)? It used to be tires for me, but nowadays it’s always about food. Well, this is partly thanks to Michelin Guide’s rapid expansion in Asia (now across nine cities / regions) over the past few years.