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The Daily Scoop Ice Cream – a dose of happiness

The word “scoop” goes back to the early 14th century, derived from a Dutch word for “utensil for bailing out,” or a Germanic word for “bucket for bailing water,”; and the journalistic sense of “news published before a rival” is first recorded in 1874 (according to Online Etymology Dictionary). With Singaporean’s obsession with food, “scoop” …

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TOP Late Night Food Places in the City

It is late in the night and hunger strikes or you need solid sustenance after another late evening in the office. Where can you find late night food places that serve good food? Fortunately, Singapore has a lively and exciting late night dining scene. Here are a few eateries in the city area that remain …

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Kooks Creamery at The Cathay

Kooks Creamery at The Cathay is the city outpost of a popular heartland dessert cafe. Besides handcrafted ice cream of various flavours in a cup or on a cone, the small ice cream shop at The Cathay serves the molten lava baked cookie with a gooey centre with a scoop of ice-cream slabbed on top. …

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The Tree Cafe, a casual place to eat @ The Cathay

The Tree Cafe at Cathay is a simple, casual place to eat. Located on level 3 of the Cathay building at Dhoby Ghaut, it is a convenient place to have a quick bite if you are watching a movie at Cathay or if you happen to be in the area. It is a peaceful place …

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Brunch at Assembly Ground, Cathay Cineplex

Where to eat before or after a movie at the Cathay Cineplex?   We suggest Assembly Ground cafe.  That was where we our brunch the other day.  It is a pleasant cafe on the ground floor. Easy to find, just enter the main entrance, walk past these colourful versions of Jeff Koons’ balloon dogs and …

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