Just how good is Four Points by Sheraton for a staycay?
We are always tempted by the "new and interesting" food places popping up in Singapore. Why not go back to something familiar for this coming Mother's Day?
There's food you must try when you are in Madrid. And then there is food you gotta eat to give you energy to tour the city. Here's the latter.
One of the most amazing thing about Madrid was how spacious everything was. One would expect a city that seemed to stop in its tracks in the 80s would be small and dreary, but no! Read on to find out why!
It's the start of the year! So join XK and me to try out the ume-flavoured potato chips!
It's your typical steamboat buffet with a Korean twist. Of course, the mascot is cute 😛
Be prepared to share this schnitzel!
If you found my last micro review for Bee Kee Wanton Noodle useful, here's another to rock the boat. If you think all toasts are made equal, think again. My personal assistant N said he tried toasts from Ya Kun and Toastbox and thinks only one is worth buying. You heard it right. Toasts are [...]
Although I keep blogging about food, I remain as one of the most boring person in Singapore when it comes to having lunches. Back in the army and prison, when lunch was provided, everybody around me was looking for an excuse to lunch out, while I was very contented with what I was served in the messhall. Even now, 2 years after I hung up my uniform for the corporate world, my lunch option is usually very simple:
The mixed rice stall, a.k.a point-point-rice (ppr), at the in-house canteen.
Guest-blogged for @nyktravels (link below). It was an experience bordering on euphoria and insanity 🙂