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Dean & Deluca Singapore outlet at Far East Square

Dean & Deluca Singapore has been in operation for quite some time now. Other than a visit or two during its early days in Singapore, I realised that this is one of the cafes that have somehow escaped us. With the news of its closure in New York and reading this rather bleak article by …

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Cafe Red Ginger in PLQ Mall

d Ginger is a plant commonly seen in Singapore. Alpinia purpurata is the scientific name of the plant with fiery red flowers, which is also called ostrich plume and pink cone ginger. Red Ginger is also the name of a cafe serving a good spread of Nasi Padang dishes and traditional hawker fare in a …

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Nya Nya Peranakan Cafe in Suntec City

Nya Nya Peranakan Cafe in Suntec City is a nice little eatery for the busy office bees as well as the leisurely shoppers. It offers coffee and toast, a few Peranakan one dish meals and a selection of nyonya kuehs. The prices are reasonable and its opening hours are long. +1

Pacamara Boutique Coffee Roasters – Hip Cafe at Upper Thomson gets new menu

Pacamara Boutique Coffee Roasters. or Pacamara Cafe for short, is a trendy cafe along Upper Thomson Road. There is something about it that made us want to try it each time we passed by. Perhaps it is the pure white exterior, or the fact that it seems to be always buzzing with people. But the lack …

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W39 Bistro & Bakery – friendly neighbourhood restaurant in the West of Singapore

W39 Bistro & Bakery is a cute little restaurant in West Coast, Singapore. Hidden away from view inside a residential estate near Clementi Stadium, it is the kind of small neighbourhood restaurant that one feels comfortable in very quickly. Our pictures don’t do justice to it. This drawing of W39 Bistro displayed on a shelf …

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