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Easter 2013 @ Cedele

March 18, 2013

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Easter Day falls on 31st of March this year and Cedele has taken the opportunity to promote a handful of goodies for the holiday.I can imagine your anxiety before revealing whatever was within. Drum rolls… TaDah! Easter Cake of the Month: Chocolate Spring Cake. I see chocolates everywhere but what exactly does the spring mean? […]

[Giveaway ended] Nana’s Green Tea @ The Atrium

February 19, 2013

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Plaza Singapura is undergoing a revamp and has extended its vicinity naming it, The Atrium @ Orchard. If you have dropped by the mall since late last year, you would have observed a major transformation of tenants who have settled in. Nana’s Green Tea happened to be one of the pioneers which include Chef Wan’s […]

Tårta Chokladkrokant @ Ikea

January 15, 2013

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AiMakan was on the verge of breaking down from all the festive feasts she had. That should explain why I have been missing in action on my blog. I am back with a whole list of goodies to recommend and they will all be short entries to start getting readers interested with me again. Here […]

Carpenter and Cook @ Lor Kilat

July 14, 2012

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AiMakan, loves to eat but don’t exactly eat alot. However, on the day MoonBerry and I went for the tasting at Woori-nara we decided to also conveniently swing by this fairly new establishment at Lorong Kilat. Just a few doors away, we sort of ‘rolled’ our way over after a satiated luncheon to this curious-looking […]

(MP) Grin Affair @ Everton Park

July 7, 2012

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Ever since I started instagram-ing (I am @aimakan by the way), I have been capturing a lot with my iPhone. The availability of my mobile phone is definitely more than my DSLR, I am sure no one would disagree to that. Which then got me thinking about blogging with those photographs. Grin Affair shall be […]

Arbite’s 2nd Birthday celebration!

March 31, 2012

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Happy 2nd Anniversary, ARBITE! It’s my pleasure to present to you my recent favourite hangout in the suburb, Serangoon Garden along with their very special promotion to reward all supporting customers new and old. 31st March 2012 + 1st April 2012. TWO DAYS ONLY. 50% off all second breakfasts or main orders. (only one day […]

Juchheim’s Baumkuchen @ Takashimaya

October 5, 2011

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Baumkuchen is a German/Japanese version of the Indonesian layered cake, Kueh Lapis. The characteristic rings that appear when sliced resemble tree rings. Thus given the German name, Baumkuchen; which literally translates to “tree cake” or “log cake”. Unlike its Asian counterpart, the Baumkuchen is baked on a rotating rod instead. The skillful confectioner scoops and […]

Antoinette @ Penhas Road

August 25, 2011

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Beneath an aged building on Penhas Road, stands a hardly ambiguous Parisian pâtisserie and salon. In a vicinity full of automobile workshops and motels, this French inspired restaurant; with its pretty blue exterior and emblemmed awning, single-handedly disharmonised the whole neighbourhood. Upon arrival, step pass their swanky door and be instantaneously transported into a veritable […]

Arteastiq @ Mandarin Gallery

June 9, 2011

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An extented development to the swanky European furniture store; Marxx, Arteastiq Tea Lounge was an idea implanted to allow patrons a place to rest while considering on their purchases. Thoughtful yet a great concept to expand their existing businesses and assets, they are serious about bringing in big bucks, aren’t they? Salute. It is a serenely quiet location, tucked away from the usual pig […]

MyVillage @ Serangoon Gardens

April 16, 2011

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[Click on this copyrighted picture for link to MyVillage website] Eyes back here, if you would please. It is rude to ogle, unless you are admiring the handsome twin Mascots of myVillage @ Serangoon Gardens. How adorable~ MyVillage is now standing on the site where the Paramount building/the succeeding Serangoon Gardens village once occupy. It […]

Flor pâtisserie @ Duxton Hill

October 21, 2010

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Price meter: $$ out of $$$$$ Worth Meter : √√√√ out of √√√√√ Happiness Meter : ☺☺☺☺☺ out of ☺☺☺☺☺ What’s great? : Incredible service. Beautiful, tasty cakes and pastries. Flor Pâtisserie serves authentic Japanese-styled French pastries. Opened in July this year, Chef Yamashita Masataka who owned a pâtisserie in Nara, Japan and worked in […]