Swee Choon Dim Sum Restaurant for Cheap and Tasty Dumplings

Swee Choon Dim Sum Restaurant is an unassuming, little place along Jalan Besar road in Singapore. If it wasn’t for the street-facing take away counter displaying row after row of delicious egg tarts, I may have walked passed and completely missed this little gem. Swee Choon has been serving Shanghai and Hong Kong style dumpling […]

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Peanut Butter & Jelly French Toast for Brunch at Artistry

Artistry is a creative space in the Kampong Glam heritage district where you can get both your caffeine and culture fix in one go. Artistry features work by emerging local and international artists within its white-walled interior and the exhibitions change with good frequency. However the place attracts just as many visitors because of its excellent coffee. I went here for brunch […]

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Glass Pepper Noodle with Crayfish at ThaiExpress at Bugis+

ThaiExpress at Bugis is shockingly bad. Level four of the Bugis+ shopping centre is an ideal air-conditioned option for grabbing an inexpensive bite to eat as there are several Asian and Western eateries. Whilst the Japanese Ramen Championship restaurants are the busiest, I liked the pictures on the menu of ThaiExpress at Bugis. The colourful photo of a […]

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Sydney, Singapore and London: Three Great Cities

Sydney, Singapore and London are among the most exciting and liveable cities in the world and as financial centres, they offer good career prospects. I have been fortunate to spend time living in each and I love them all. But each offers a uniquely different lifestyle and if I was pressed to choose my favourite, […]

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Neon Pigeon is a Dark and Noisy Restaurant

Neon Pigeon is a modern restaurant on Keong Saik Road in an area known for being trendy and a little bit hipster. The restaurant was full of expats when we went there and it was dark inside so we couldn’t see what we were eating. Nonetheless, we think the food would have been nicely presented […]

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