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Tom’s Palette. :)

  Sorry about the weird angle of the pic, but that’s the delicious Granny’s Favourite ice-cream from Tom’s Palette, situated at the 1st floor of Shaw Tower. First tasted it during a dinner party with friends a few weeks back and simply fell in love with this homemade goodness. It has chocolate, malt etc. in it and you can taste the [...]

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  This has got to be one of the worst fish & chips I’ve had in awhile. The oil-sodden one at Yusof Ishak House (NUS) comes to a close second but at least that was tasty. Extremely thin piece of fish (I reckon it’s less than 1 cm in thickness. No exaggeration), crust that loses [...]

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Had a pleasant surprise when I was getting chili sauce from the dispenser. The all too familiar and well loved orangey red sauce is back! Now there’s a point in eating at Macs again. Simply love the fries with garlic chili as opposed to the common sweet one. My only gripe today is that the fries [...]

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Onions

Today, I am going to talk about onions. I love onions. Onions taste good. They spice up any dish. Without onions, many dishes would be boring. Onions provide that extra ‘kick’. Onions are BEST when they’re made into onion rings. I never get sick of onion rings. In fact, onion rings are better than fries. [...]

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Niqqi’s Cheese Prata

Insomniac by NUS Students’ Arts & Social Sciences Club recently ran a review on the all too familiar (to NUS population) Niqqi’s Cheese Prata Shop. It’s apparently hailed as the ‘Food of the Gods’ and a must-try for all on campus. It is pretty decent prata but it’s not food of the gods that’s for [...]

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Chuan Restaurant

 Inspired by a friend’s devotion to his foodie cravings on his blog, I decided that it was perhaps time to start a food review thingy too. Seeing that I have previously failed to capture many glorious foodie moments, it’s time to ‘immortalise’ them and at the same time, serve as a motivation to expand my food choices. [...]

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