Tunglok Teahouse Singapore – Exquisite Handmade Dim Sum

Tunglok means 同乐 in Mandarin, which basically means “happy together” in English. A great and telling name for a restaurant if you ask me. Known for their exquisitely handmade dimsum made on the spot, we knew we had to give it a try.

Dim Sum Singapore | Tunglok Teahouse | On the table

On our table

It was a bright, sunny day when we decided that it was time for some dimsum lovin’. Read on. . .

BAKE Cheese Tart is finally in Singapore!

BAKE Cheese Tart Singapore | Ion Orchard | Yellow Display Boxes

Bake Cheese Tarts

So the wait is over. The famous BAKE Cheese Tarts are finally here in Singapore! But perhaps what’s standing between you and the delicious cheese tarts is… a 90 minutes wait time (at least). The queue starts from the event area right outside Watson’s.

[Tip: we heard that if you go just before the shop in Ion closes for the day, you might be able to get them within 10 minutes! Provided the cheese tarts are not sold out, of course.] Read on. . .

Truly Test Kitchen – Food Made With Love

Whoever said good food cannot be cheap and affordable… has obviously never tried Truly Test Kitchen. Despite being located in the Industrial Estate at Kampong Ampat, between MacPherson and Aljunied Road (ulu in other words), this modern coffee shop has proven themselves, drawing customers from all walks of life. Read on. . .

Sin Lee Foods

So we were in the Jalan Bukit Ho Swee neighbourhood and decided to have our weekend brunch at Sin Lee Foods. Its name itself strikes a stark difference from the other cafes in Singapore, insinuating something so raw and traditional. Yet their food items scream otherwise. It appears they do come up with new food items / menu every now and then. Read on. . .

Tai Cheong Bakery – Famous Hong Kong Egg Tarts Are Finally Here!

Few years ago, we went to Hong Kong for a vacation and travelled through mountains and seas just to get to sink our teeth into one of Tai Cheong Bakery’s egg tarts. Their egg tarts have been locally and globally recognised as the best in Hong Kong since decades ago! We were at the branch at 35 Lyndhurst Terrace, somewhere in the Central region of Hong Kong Island. Read on. . .

Bao Makers – New Hipster Cafe in Singapore, Horne Road

Bao Makers stands out with its East meets West concept, a change from the usual brunch food served in cafes in Singapore. As the name suggests, this cafe and bakery specialises in the chinese-styled buns aka 包 serves with chilli-crab, salted egg yolk, etc. Located amongst many new hipster cafes in Horne Road, they too serve specialty coffee and desserts on top of their specialty baos. Read on. . .

Bridge Singapore – Cafe by day, Restaurant.Bar by night

Bridge is a contemporary modern European cafe / restaurant.bar located right opposite Raffles Hotel Singapore. They have been around for quite awhile now, but the recent salted egg yolk croissant craze in Singapore has put them back on the radar. We decided to pay this cafe a second visit to see how their Salted Egg Lava Croissant fared amongst the rest and revisited their menu. Read on. . .