Xiao Ya Tou – Singapore

This is a bit of a later-post, but hey most of my posts are. I popped by the hipster “zi char” joint Xiao Ya Tou on Duxton Hill a few weeks ago. Xiao… Continue reading

Skinny Apple Cake – Singapore

So, I got busy in the kitchen again as I had friends coming over. Yeah, I’m the kind of friend that likes making food when people come over. 😛 Also, I had a… Continue reading

The Naked Finn – Singapore

Took a little trip Gillman Barracks for a lovely lunch at The Naked Finn. Known for its fresh sustainable seafood, I had heard a lot about the place – and I was hoping… Continue reading

Snapper and Bacon Chaudrée – Singapore

I was itching to go back into the kitchen (yes, I am taking ownership of that phrase as a woman, therefore robbing chauvinists of the right to insult me with it 😛 )… Continue reading

IT Roo Cafe – Johor Bahru, Malaysia

First off, I must confess. I have not stepped into Johor Bahru for almost 20 years, despite living 40 minutes away from the border. I know, I know. I was busy going to… Continue reading

Matcha Madeleines – Singapore 

It’s been a while since I’ve made these and I just realised I’d completely forgotten to post them. Now how can I let such pretty photos go to waste? I attempted a green… Continue reading

Reuben’s- Montreal, Canada

So while I was in Canada, I made use of the long weekend to take a trip up to Montreal. After a long car ride and a pretty wild night of drinking with… Continue reading

Wanda’s Pie In The Sky- Toronto, Canada

One of my favourite pastries in the world is definitely PIE. The crusty, buttery pate brisee, filled with any type of custard, fruit, or even meat. I would gladly choose pie over cake,… Continue reading

Torteria San Cosme -Toronto, Canada

I was exploring the Kensington area and of course, lunch time rolled around. I was so tempted to head back to Seven Lives, but hey, why not try something different? So, I stopped… Continue reading

Street Shak – Toronto, Canada

One thing I absolutely love about Toronto is the diverse culture. You can practically find any type of food simply walking around town. While taking a stroll down Queen Street West, my friend… Continue reading