Balestier Road used to be a sugarcane plantation in the 1800s and a regional headquarters of Kuomintang and Tongmenghui factions. Today, it’s a long line of shophouses designed to make your stomach hungry, starting with this Teochew pastry: Tau Sar Piah.
I found great plate of pasta at the oldest Italian restaurant in Singapore
Barbecue Pluma Iberico Pork, Yellow Mountain Honey. The name’s already a mouthful. Wait till you taste it.
Meet my favorite place in the world. (So far.)
I want my Slut. (Yes, I know how that sounds.)
Long walks in Vancouver are reserved for the boardwalks at Lonsdale Quay.
I’m getting DUMBO feels at Distillery District, one of my favorite destinations after St. Lawrence Market.
Niagara isn’t all about the Falls. They’ve got Ice Wine cider, a local produce for the sweet tooth.
This milky fish soup is mixed with XO brandy and rice wine. Perfect for a rainy day in Singapore.
At Springleaf Prata, make sure you come with an empty stomach. (But don’t drink the free lemon juice with an empty tank!)
How do you like your scones: Cornish or Devon way?
Hyde Park Winter Wonderland is back in person this 2021!
When I was a kid, all I could think about was the Harrods teddy bear, Elliot.
At Borough Market, there’s one thing you shouldn’t miss — Bread Ahead’s doughnuts.
Too much truffle, too much scrambled eggs, and too much creaminess, with nothing acidic to cut through it. Elixir’s Truffle Eggs Prosciutto needs greens.
Anybody game for spicy potatoes?
For grilled meat lovers out there, this one’s for you.
My favorite Filipino staple gets into Singapore’s restaurant foray, executed Singaporean style. Now I know where to get my Bangus fix.
Ah, my memories of the California Croissant in Mr. Holmes Bakehouse are as fresh as a new batch of Cruffins. Finally, they’re here in Singapore.
One of the best things I ate this April