Muted lights, dark wood furniture? Check. A name so cute and whimsy you need a cat in your life, stat? Check. Instagram-worthy waffles from almost every angle? Check. Proof that you shouldn’t trust everything you see on Instagram? A hundred times yes. I had such high hopes for the Charcoal Waffle with Salted Egg Yolk Sauce at FATCAT after seeing pictures of it flood … Continue reading FATCAT: Because The World Needs Another Charcoal Waffle Pic
You know the drill. It’s a zi char outing and from har cheong gai to cereal prawns, everyone orders their favourite zi char dish. Mine for the record, is hotplate tofu. There is nothing I love better than scooping pieces of tofu and egg from the hissing iron plate and mashing them with rice. Comforting … Continue reading Chilled Sweet and Sour Pork, Lollipop Chicken: This is Zi Char?
Three days and six slices of cake later, I know why the French revolted when Marie Antoinette proclaimed, “Let them eat cake.” Because how else could they have burned off that sugar high? But happily for cake junkies like me, shopping in Bangkok is plentiful and cheap – perfect for wearing off all that sugar … Continue reading Bangkok Foodie: The Girl With The Most Cake
I have a love-hate relationship with brunch. I am opposed to paying 15 bucks for eggs when I can get them for 20 cents apiece at NTUC. I refuse to spend an hour waiting in line just for pancakes. I most certainly do not want to wake up early on weekends for something that marries … Continue reading Like Bees to Wild Honey
Tucked away on the second floor of Shaw Tower, Sofra Turkish Restaurant lacks the charm of most other Middle Eastern establishments along Arab Street. No lounging about in wicker chairs, no contests to see who can make the perfect shisha smoke ring but no matter, if shisha isn’t your poison of choice. Despite its location, … Continue reading Turkish Delights