Les Délices @ Kreta Ayer Road

It really doesn’t hurt that more and more dessert shops are popping up… many of which boast pastry chefs from prestigious baking schools. Les Délices is no different, as owner and pastry Chef Georgina Sim was from Le Cordon Bleu, Paris. However, the X-factor that differentiates Les Délices is its novel way of marrying both Chinese and English teas…

Anti:Dote High Tea @ Fairmont Hotel

I was killing time on a Sunday afternoon with a friend when we walked into Anti:Dote – a place known to have your after-work drinks at. Surprisingly, the restaurant started to get crowded by 3pm. Later, I saw boxes of pretty snacks being prepared and served to other tables. I knew I had to return. Anti:Dote’s exquisite…

Carry On Café & Shop @ Tanjong Katong Road

Can’t find a table at the café during brunch hours and your precious weekend is ruined by the waiting list? Well, I’m pretty sure most of us understand this frustration, especially when people just wouldn’t quit talking and adjourn elsewhere. Here’s the answer to your misery! Carry On Café has been out of the radar for…

High Tea: Rose Veranda @ Shangri-La Hotel

The posh waiting area of Rose Veranda is just a lead-up to what you will be in for when you dine here. The space has been revamped a number of times, but remained as popular as ever. I did not manage to get a photo of the main dining area, but just imagine a double-storey…

The Hwawon @ Eight Seconds, Garosu-gil, Seoul [Korea Trip]

The beautiful facade, Holland-inspired, was the reason a second look was given. Its monotone design made the building stand out amidst the monotonous concrete two-storey buildings lined along the famous café street Garosu-gil. Even its name, Eight Seconds, instantly sounded magical (instead of ridiculous). Nestled behind huge potted plants is a café aptly named The…

Bloom & Goûté Café @ Apgujeong, Seoul [Korea Trip]

Instead of walking along Garosu-gil (a straight road), we went into the small lanes linking from the main road and chanced upon another world. A flower and cake shop, Bloom & Goute was tucked away in a secluded corner and it’s unsurprising that many people would miss it. In fact, if you asked me for…

High Tea: Lobby Lounge @ Westin Hotel

Located on the 32nd floor, with frontal view of the port and South China Sea, the Lobby Lounge at Westin is unlike any other hotels in Singapore. The 2-storey tall ceilings made the space more grand than it already is. I love the combination of light brown leather and shades of purple, complemented by mahogany…

Earl Grey Cranberry Bread Class @ Maple & Market

For a light Sunday read, I’ve decided to review a baking class. Two months back when I first visited Maple & Market, I promised to attend a class conducted by Sarah herself and I just did so a few Sundays ago! I attended the October Bread Class and Earl Grey Cranberry Bread was my pick…

Buffet: Edge @ Pan Pacific Hotel

Pan Pacific Hotel has been given a new facelift this year. The pavillion structures at the lobby with surrounding water bodies creates a contemporary and funky vibe. I am very excited to share with you the hotel’s buffet restaurant called Edge, which has a very apt tagline: Food Theatre. Edge takes up a massive floorspace on Level…

Boathouse Restaurant @ The Fullerton Waterboat House

If you wish to impress someone, this is definitely the place to go to! Boathouse Restaurant on the third floor serves Business Set Lunches at $38 on Weekdays (however, certain dishes require a supplement of $2-5). All the dishes served were impeccably plated and the food tasted as good as they looked.  The interior decor…

Ku Dé Ta @ Marina Bay Sands

Ku Dé Ta serves one of the most perfect Sunday Brunch consisting of a buffet spread for starters and desserts, as well as ala-carte buffet for mains. On top of that, there is a wide selection of teas, smoothies, milkshakes, soft drinks and coffees to choose from! All of these from the top of Marina…