Life took over and therefore, times to go on Dubai dreamin' have been paused. Now, let's continue my travelogue from where we left off: first official day in Dubai and we're going on an adventure to see one of the most gorgeous hotels in the world. Gondolas floating through emerald-hued waterways, palm trees, 23 deg weather... am I in heaven yet? Nope, I'm just in Madinat Jumeirah.
I've heard Ave told me how she loved this Korean restaurant a couple of times, so what's better than hearing about it is to go down and enjoy this place. Jang Won, that is the name of this incredibly homely family-run restaurant in one of the streets in Chinatown Singapore. The street that Jang Won sits on is also home to a couple of other pretty popular eateries.
Fix all your life's stresses with the weekend. It's easier now with a new weekend brunch menu at Portico Host! This menu launches this coming weekend, at one of Singapore's most instagrammable cafes ever. You know what to do - find your brunch partner-in-crime and go go go! Everything is better with awesome food with great pictures to take away too.
Family-run tze char restaurant Keng Eng Kee had its beginnings at Havelock Road, and had expanded to Pandan Gardens early last year. Since then, business has been flourishing with its inventive tze char dishes that does not involve adding salted egg to everything, as well as perennial classics that we all love. So rejoice West-sider foodies, you've got one more place to explore! One thing is for sure, won't be your run of the mill place, so prepare your tastebuds for some delicious new dishes.
I am all for trying new restaurants around JB, but there's one place that I recently visited again because I missed their delicious herbal roasted ducks so much! Just the thought of it is mouthwatering enough. This place is Restoran Ya Wang 鸭皇药材烧腊大王, also the official advisor for Dian Xiao Er's herbal roasted ducks.
There is no way to do justice to a perfect meal, except to go down and immerse your tastebuds in all the heavenly flavours. I love Mrs Pho for one simple reason: they make darn good food, every single time. A satisfying and delicious meal is hard to come by, what's more rare is consistency. I go back once every few weeks, and I admit I am addicted. Then better news came along: Mrs Pho opened a second branch, Mrs Pho House, at Rangoon Road with a less pho-centric, more seafood-based menu, showcasing some of the other brilliant Vietnamese dishes. I couldn't be happier.