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10 @ Claymore (Revisited)

August 17, 2013

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This is my second post on 10@Claymore and the first was dated too long back, one of the prime entries when I just started blogging. Here is the link, just in case you are curious of how far AiMakan has come. Looking back, I realised that this blog has given me much opportunities to venture […]

Sarang @ Orchard Central

June 7, 2013

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As much as AiMakan loves Japanese and Korean cuisines, it has always been a regret for not visiting the countries as yet. With all the radiations and war threats happening in the past year or so, I was reluctant to put myself in the danger zones. So the next best thing is to visit a […]

Spring Promotion @ Sushi Tei

May 24, 2013

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Tell me you are unaware of this restaurant chain and you will get a slap on the head from me. Come on, it’s Sushi Tei for goodness sake. There shall be no introduction for this post as it will be awfully awkward if I were to do so, it ought to be a ‘household’ brand […]

Dolce Tokyo @ 313

May 8, 2013

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Dolce means ‘sweet’ in Italian and you would have guessed what this cafe serves. The Japanese-Italian fusion concept brand is the latest addition to the distinguished Ministry of Food group. Residing in a cozy corner on the 3rd level of the mall, the eatery holds a rather obliging seating arrangement. The intended interior embellishments were […]

SouthWest Tavern @ Tradehub 21

April 27, 2013

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I would proudly exclaim that I am a modest food seeker of the East as I have been staying there all my life. Then again, when asked about the other parts of the island I would normally go dumbfounded. I have absolutely no idea what to recommend. I was lucky to have been invited to […]

Torte @ SCWO

April 5, 2013

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I was on a road trip in New Zealand a month ago and was exhilarated by the easily available fresh foodstuffs. Every home-cooked meal was simple yet flavoursome, thanks to the daily catches and harvests. I was certain that I wouldn’t be able to recreate anything like it at home, let alone anticipate feasting in […]

Special Spring Selections @ Tampopo

March 30, 2013

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Exclaim that you cannot imagine how it is possible that poor AiMakan has never been to Japan. Do fuss in disbelief and urge me to go! Despite that, I am contented with the options my country offers. Well, for the time being at least. Tampopo should not be foreign to most Japanese cuisine lovers. This […]

Danro HotPot @ NEX

February 28, 2013

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What is a must-have during Chinese New Year? I am talking about food here before you start mentioning about Ang Baos or new clothes. Apart from Bak kua, mandarin oranges and festive goodies including pineapple tarts, which other one fare is irreplaceable during the eve of the holiday due to its noteworthy significance? Nabe, HOTPOT. […]

[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 […]

Vday with Pets @ Sun Ray Cafe

February 13, 2013

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I can’t believe that I’m only a day away from Valentine’s Day and I left this post hanging in mid-air. Chinese New Year drained me thoroughly with the chaotic spring cleaning, visitings, eating and receiving red packets. I was supposed to keep myself away from writing for just a day or two but I went […]

Prosperity CNY Feast @ Plaza Brasserie

February 7, 2013

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Being a single and mid-twenties is a bore during Chinese New Year. The festive season was supposed to be all about collecting Ang Baos and getting the opportunity to stock up on clothes for the year. But as age starts to catch up, most relatives would ask the ultimate questions, “Do you have a boyfriend?” […]

Laksania @ East Coast Road (Halal)

February 1, 2013

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Do you ever feel the need to devour local delights when you return from a foreign land? Apart from the tension relief when the plane touched down on home grounds, our cuisine tend to deliver the exact soothing effect. Thirsty for a bowl of Singaporean Laksa, Penang Laksa, Sarawak Laksa? You can get everything under […]

Boxing Crab @ Siloso Sentosa

December 16, 2012

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No Singaporean should be unfamiliar with this reputable brand, Food Junction Holdings Limited. And yes, this Boxing Crab belongs to them. Don’t the mascot look adorable with the gloves? Apart from several flourishing food courts in the suburb areas, Food Junction enjoys venturing out of its comfort zones to surprise us all. It ain’t easy […]