Millenium Cafe des Arts – Hanoi, Vietnam

This little street Ngo Bao Khanh in the Hoan Kiem district of Hanoi is full of little wonders. A speakeasy bar, a hidden hole-in-the-wall drinking spot and of course, Millenium Cafe des Arts.… Continue reading

Green Tangerine – Hanoi, Vietnam

As much as I love pho and bun cha, another plus point in my book in Vietnam is the affordable varieties of French food. Well, compared to SIN City, it is definitely much cheaper.… Continue reading

Legends Beer – Hanoi, Vietnam

Happy 2017 everyone! How did you spend your last days of 2016? Well, I spent them rather fruitfully in Hanoi. I hadn’t been back to Vietnam since my Saigon days, so I was… Continue reading

Basil Thai Kitchen – Singapore

Happy holidays everyone! I’ve finally got some time off to run some errands before the year finally comes to a close and I was pleasantly surprised to find something so affordable at the… Continue reading

Yentafo Kruengsonge – Singapore

Hakka yong tau foo is definitely a dish most SIN City citizens would be familiar with but the Thai version of it is something new to most. Aside from the similar toppings such… Continue reading

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