Archive for ‘October, 2011’

Brunetti @ Tanglin Mall

City dwellers have been given a reason to rejoice since Brunetti has arrived on our shores, and more notably, in town! Located at the all-so-quiet Tanglin Mall, the one-month old establishment has been…

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Nakhon Kitchen @ Bedok North

Hidden away from the reach of those who hang out just too much in the city area, Nakhon Kitchen is a modest Thai eatery that has…

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Group Therapy @ Duxton Hill

Nestled in Duxton Hill, Group Therapy is one of my new favourite haunts to chill-out over a cup of coffee or start a Sunday morning with a hearty brunch. Like the pun from which its name is derived, Group Therapy has been a “closely-guarded” secret amongst the in the know for the past few months. Stumbling upon Group Therapy one evening in September, we decided to settle there for a light dinner.

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Melange Cafe @ Zhongshan N. Road

Prior to my visit, I have heard of raving reviews about Taipei’s Melange Cafe and their widely acclaimed top- notch waffles. Melange’s business has apparently grown to…

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Tanhua Tou Jia Chang Cai @ Yanji Street

Having ventured into the most popular night markets of the city of Taipei- Shilin, Shi Da- you name it! (and being really weary from the experience of…

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Chun Shui Tang @ Nanjing E. Road

Chun Shui Tang is one of the few favorite venues for a session of Chinese tea within the few regions of Taiwan. With a couple of establishments…

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Lu Sang @ Yong Kang Street

Serving a wide selection of dishes unique to the flavors of Taiwan, Lu Sang remains as a familiar name to many of the residents and shop-owners who…

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Yong Kang 15 @ Yong Kang Street

Having been instructed by my friends to never to leave Taiwan without having a taste of their all-so-famous varieties of shaved ice, I brought my family to have…

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Cha Ba @ Zhongxiao E. Road

As my family had an entire list of activities lined up for the day, I had suggested that we pay a visit to Cha Ba so…

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Mayu Bistro & Cafe @ Changan W. Road

Hidden right beside Taipei MOCA- an Arts Museum, Mayu Bistro & Cafe is a restaurant more notably known for her pastries and tea. We arrived at the exterior of…

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