Monday, April 30, 2012

Breeks Cafe @ City Square Mall

Right at Singapore's first eco-friendly shopping mall, also known as City Square Mall, is a restaurant which serves different kinds of pastas, main courses, Western dishes, delectable desserts and mouth-watering Buffalo Wings. It's called Breeks Cafe and it's unlike any other restaurants you have visited before.

Located right in the heart of Farrer Park, the lesser-known area of Little India, is filled with lots of Indian-oriented shops and restaurants. You'll find shops selling Indian merchandise, the mega department store known as Mustafa Centre and Indian restaurants like Komala's located just right across the street from Farrer Park MRT Station. But we're not going to concentrate on that now, we're going to concentrate on City Square Mall and the awesome Breeks Cafe that's in the mall.

Delifrance Cafe @ Causeway Point

There may be some French restaurants (also known as Bistro) available almost everywhere around the island. However, if you are on a slightly smaller budget, you can look forward to Delifrance Cafe, a Halal French cafe selling things from pastries like eclairs and fruit tarts to croissants and baguettes and more. There are also a wide range of main courses such as sandwiches and pastas available at Delifrance. Read on to find out more about their offerings.

Raffles Place: Singapore's Central Business District

Where else in Singapore can you find tall skyscrapers and a huge amount of office towers? Well, Raffles Place of course! In this article, let me talk more about Singapore's Central Business District, Raffles Place. Raffles Place is the place where most office workers come to work at several office towers. Most headquarters of banks are located here and this is also the place where you can find several indie food establishments and the famous Lau Pa Sat food centre.

Sunday, April 29, 2012

A Walk in Bedok Reservoir Park

Despite being infamous with the recent suicides and deaths occurring here, Bedok Reservoir Park still remains one of the best places for joggers, brisk walkers and regular people to exercise, relax and unwind. In this article, I'll talk about Bedok Reservoir Park which is located in the eastern part of Singapore called Bedok and it's also one of Singapore's water catchment areas.

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Strolling Along The Singapore River

Located right in the heart of Singapore, the Singapore River is an awesome tourist attraction with malls, shophouses, bars and boat rides found all around the river. It's also a free tourist attraction and you don't have to pay for entry unless you decide to shop, eat or take a boat ride. It's a great place to relax, unwind and take a stroll because of the calm and peaceful river. If you want some adrenaline rush, there's the G-Max bungee jump attraction and if you want to learn more about the history of the Singapore River, there's the Singapore River bumboat rides and the Asian Civilisations Museum. Whereas if you just want to have a picnic, there's plenty of seats facing the river. Read on to check out more pictures and details of the Singapore River.

Saturday, April 21, 2012

Mad Jack Cafe @ NEX

G'Day mates! Are you hungry? Do you have XTREME attitude and character? Well, it's time for you to get MADDDD!!! You know what I'm talking about? I'm talking about Mad Jack Cafe. I'll be showing you the delicious food and desserts available here located in a heartland shopping mall also known as NEX in Serangoon, Singapore. Mad Jack Cafe is a restaurant which serves up Western, Asian and Vegetarian food in an Australian theme. They serve mouth-watering food and desserts ready to unleash the inner Aussie in you.

What's great about this restaurant is that you won't get charged the 10 per cent service charge. Almost every restaurant in Singapore will charge the Service Charge because waiters take your order and serve you. Think of it as a convenience fee. Whereas here at Mad Jack, you take the order chit, write down your order, present it to the counter, pay and wait for your food to be delivered to you. It's that easy. It may be slightly inconvenient, buy hey, you'll save money. After eating, you can just exit the restaurant since you have already paid for it in the beginning. Read on further to check out their selection of delicious food that I got from the restaurant.

Monday, April 16, 2012

Swensen's @ Parkway Parade

Once in a while, you will see yourself indulging in restaurant food. Yes, restaurant food whereby the food's more expensive and a service charge will be charged upon your bill. In today's article, I am going to talk to you about my experience at Swensen's restaurant, one of Singapore's most popular family restaurants at Parkway Parade shopping mall which is located around the Marine Parade area.

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Memories of the Old Serangoon Bus Interchange

Have you ever visited a bus interchange in Singapore? A lot of people see a bus interchange as just another facility to transfer to buses/MRT, head to the nearest shopping mall/market or just top up your EZ Link card. A bus interchange is more than that. It's where thousands of people rely on for their daily commute, it's where people meet up with friends or family and it's a hang out place for bus drivers. The Old Serangoon Interchange was full of activity and with effect from 3rd September 2011, it has closed down and moved to the new Serangoon Interchange which is integrated with Serangoon MRT Station and NEX Shopping Mall along Serangoon Ave 2.

Sunday, April 8, 2012

Arnold's Chicken Delivery

There are so many places in Singapore that sell crispy fried chicken. You may like fried chicken from some place while others may prefer fried chicken from a different place. For me, I prefer Arnold's Fried Chicken. I think it's one of the best fried chicken I have ever tasted and it's not from a fast food restaurant. Arnold's Chicken has juicy, tender and mouth-watering fried chicken unlike any other places. About a week ago, my sister called Arnold's delivery service and ordered some chicken along with some sides for my family. You can either order the items individually or you can order by choosing the meals offered. My sister ordered the Party Meal with an additional 1.5L bottle of Pepsi and Potato Platter. 

The meal consists of 5 pieces of fried chicken, 1 whole spring chicken, 6 pieces of fried buns, 1 bowl of mashed potatoes and 1 bowl of coleslaw. As you can tell, that's a whole lot of food and that does not include the extras. Extras include a 1.5L bottle of Pepsi and the Potato Platter which is one of the most popular side dishes of the restaurant. We didn't finish everything though so we kept the remaining food as leftovers.

Friday, April 6, 2012

Memories of The Malay Village

Singapore is now more mordernised and wherever you go, you'll find tall and modern buildings. Singapore used to be a village also known as Kampong (village in Malay language). The Malay Village at Geylang Serai located near the Paya Lebar area is a combination of museum, gallery, traditional shops and food court in the theme of, well, Malay villages. Unfortunately, this place has closed down in September 2011 to make way for a newer and more modern Malay community centre and heritage gallery known as Wisma Geylang Serai. Think of it as the bigger and better version of the Malay Village.
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