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Johan Paris – Japanese Bakery with French Origin

The newly opened Westgate at Jurong East boasts a handful of new cafes and restaurants. Of which includes Japanese bakery brand, Johan Paris, located at the Isetan branch at B2. Rewind three decades ago, French baker Roland Johan opened the first Johan store in Montparnasse, Paris. In 1983, he opened the first Johan Paris in […]

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Cafe De Hong Kong – HK Style Chinese New Year Delights

Cafe De Hong Kong Chinese New Year Menu 2014 WhereToEat Singapore Chinese New Year reunion dinner with fans at Cafe De Hong Kong was a success! We couldn’t thank our fans, notable guests and Francis, owner of Cafe De Hong Kong, enough for their friendliness and shared interest. From the moment we stepped into the […]

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OZ Specialty Coffee – Seasonal Offerings

Situated along Sin Ming Road, OZ Specialty Coffee is a short walk away from the bussier eateries of Upper Thomson Road. It manages to create a serene space enhanced with white flushed walls and few furniture for true simplicity and style. The cafe is also the first to directly import coffee from Pacamara Roasters in […]

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Duke Bakery – Taste A New Creation

Duke Bakery has opened its first store in Singapore! Think Duke Bakery is a European bakery? You’re just one-third correct. Duke Bakery is actually a retailer of Japanese European style artisan bread with Taiwan origin. The chef has brilliantly incorporated the Japanese style of light and soft bread, with the centuries-old European style of using […]

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New Green Pasture Cafe

There are more than sixty vegan dishes to choose from the New Green Pasture Cafe, with all of them having different origins and distinctive tastes. We really loved the Charcoal Noodle ($10) and reckon you try it too for its fresh and colourful combination of crunchy vegetables, passionfruit, rice crackers and special handmade creamy sauce, […]

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World Peace Cafe

Try the Canneloni ($6.50) which is a combination of carrots, onions and lettuce wrapped in thin crepe. Heated with mozzarella cheese on top to serve, the dish was warm, light and crunchy. Those who prefer something heavier for lunch, try the Aglio Olio ($6.50) with sauteed mushrooms filled with natural flavours from finely chopped cilantro […]

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Sunny Choice

For South Eastern Chinese food, try the Hakka Abacus Seeds ($6), made with tapioca (30%) and yam (70%) flour, cooked in olive oil with sea salt. The abacus seeds were so soft and moist, and worked very well in terms of texture with the finely cut vegetable ingredients like mushrooms, carrots and tofu. We thoroughly […]

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Signature Stone – Always Sizzling Hot

Why stick to traditional Chinese clay pot when you can have modern fusion stone grill food? Unlike clay pots, stone grills uses a heat retaining stone bowl lightly glazed with oil to create dishes that are healthy, evenly-heated and clean to taste. The result is loose, crisp rice that remains hot to the last spoon, […]

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iBake – Gourmet Bakery for Your Indulgence

There are no words to describe my insatiable appetite for fresh artisan breads! If this sentence best describes you, then you must check out iBake for their wide selection of gourmet-quality breads. iBake, or 爱 (love) bake, is Singapore’s first homegrown upscale bakery cafe offering premium gourmet breads, pastries and sandwiches with French and Japanese […]

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White Rose Cafe – Treasured Flavours of Singapore

What better way to celebrate the culture and heritage of popular Singaporean cuisine than with an exciting new (permanent) menu at White Rose Cafe. Titled ‘Treasured Flavours of Singapore’, the menu features all-time favourite local specialty dishes developed by renowned Executive Chef Charlie Tham. For those who do not know Chef Charlie, he was formerly […]

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