Look no further for great Italian food with a twist. Thanks to Blend It Up, the cosy and quaint restaurant situated at 325 Upper Paya Lebar Road, I had the most amazing black sesame lava cake and I’m a chocolate lover so that says plenty.
It was our anniversary and since my beloved husband Sean is not a planner, (probably his only flaw), I googled places to go to for brunch and stumbled upon many. It was the gorgeous pic of Nassim Hill Bakery & Bistro that caught my attention. I love cafes which look ‘open & friendly’ and Nassim Hill Bakery appeared to be just that.
Gu Ma Jia restaurant, situated at 45 Tai Thong Crescent Sennett Estate, has the perfect setting for dinner out with the family. Gu Ma Jia, which means Auntie’s House, serves you the type of food you would expect from an aunt who cooks exceptionally well.
My best friend told me about Tiong Bahru Bakery a couple of months ago when her fiancé and her came down from Perth for a visit. Her fiancé, originally from Italy, built a successful F&B business in Perth when he moved there hence his opinion on all things F&B is taken quite seriously.
Found this cool diner online last night. With my baby sister/best friend leaving the country, I really needed a nice dinner out with the family & boy was I glad I found Kombi Rocks. It’s got a good location, the menu was interesting, the food palatable and the atmosphere comforting. It’s one of those ‘let’s do something different tonight’ places.
Say goodbye to traditional molten lava cakes served with vanilla ice cream, this Vanilla Gelato served with Honey Chocolate Mi- cuit and Coffee Syrup definitely takes the cake! This is a rich and heavily formed chocolate cake that is served with coffee syrup, taking away the over-bearing chocolate after taste that most chocolate desserts have.
When I was first approached to be the master of ceremony for the media launch and grand opening of CoCoICHIBANYA’s 5th outlet in Singapore, I was ecstatic for many different reasons.