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Wrap & Roll

Changi City Point near Expo MRT

Wrap n rollYes, you’ve heard it right. Wrap & Roll, a Vietnamese chain in Sg, will be launching a new semi fine-dining Vietnamese menu soon. Not only that, at the price of $88, wine lovers will get the chance to binge freely on the limitless pourings of wine that have been thoughtfully paired with each different course. From the lighter appetisers to the heavier mains, the wine paired also gets progressively darker. Lets have a glimpse at the menu.

IMG_8727Steamed prawns in coconut juice and shavings; it was quite a refreshing combination as a starter, savoury yet punctuated by sweetness from the milky coconut juice.

IMG_8732Vietnamese Crab and Corn Soup. This clearer broth though was emanating a heavy crabby aroma, it could have been enhanced into a stronger, refreshing bowl by cutting it through with some zesty citrusy elements.

IMG_8735Looking christmasy with its techniques done right, the

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June with Positivity

Being a resident in North East area, Nex Shopping Mall is one of the common place for meal due to its convenient location and having wide variety of choices, especially for food. Recently, we decided to try the Indonesian cuisine at Ayam Penyet President.

I have a certain pickiness when it comes to Indonesian cuisine. So let’s see if they disappoint me.

When comes to drinks, Restaurant that serves Indonesian food always have a variety of drinks like happy soda (soda gembira), crazy soda, avocado juice, teh botol sosro, etc.. The list just goes on. I would usually go for either avocado juice or teh botol sosro. I wasn’t too hungry so I ended up with teh botol ($1.90) as avocado does get you full easily.

The meaning of teh botol is supposed to mean tea in a bottle. Although mine wasn’t served in a bottle, it still taste like…

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KL Sentral Shower Room

RailTravel Station

If you’re arriving or departing on a night train, or in Kuala Lumpur for a day trip, and feel the need to freshen yourself up properly, the shower room facilities at KL Sentral is for you!

Many signs around the station point towards the direction of the shower room, so no worries about finding it. It’s located along a long corridor which you can enter from Guardian pharmacy at Level 1, which is the ERL, LRT and Komuter concourse level.

Pay at the counter before you head for your shower. You may have to queue during popular hours in the morning when a night train arrives.

A shower goes for RM5, and a towel rental costs an additional RM2. Basic liquid soap is provided on the day I went, but bring your own just in case. An iron and ironing board is also available for rental at RM3. Children pay…

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She Walks the World

During my last visit to Singapore, I spent time exploring the city and visiting several of its attractions. So on my one day visit to the Lion City this time, I decided to stay put in one place and explore the area– Chinatown.

A Day in Singapore's Chinatown - www.shewalkstheworld.com

Singapore’s Chinatown is located within the larger Singaporean district of Outram. Walking out of the MRT Station at Chinatown, I was instantly thrust into the hustle and bustle of its shopping street. There was a busy traffic of people; walking, shopping, pushing. Vendors were standing by the side of their stalls; some oblivious to the commotion, some calling out to their possible buyers. There were also groups of chilled-out travelers just sitting in the many food stalls with several beers on the table; drinking and people-watching. And of course, from time to time there’s that occasional picture-taking tourist who would stop right smack in the middle…

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July 17th to August 2nd 2015

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Come July, be prepared to battle the hungry hordes. This is the month of the Singapore Food Festival, when the entire city turns out in force for this celebration of eating.

Conrad Singapore

And that’s saying something for a country renowned the world over as a foodie capital.

Into its 21st year, this popular event is a fixture on the culinary calendar with its wide range of gastronomic experiences.

Different flavours
sign up for one of the numerous master classes, cooking demonstrations and workshops at the Singapore Food Festival.

You’ll get to taste new and signature dishes, whipped up by the country’s top chefs. Tuck into old favourites and inventive flavours across different Asian cultures.

Tasty highlights

This year, festival-goers saw a host of tasty highlights. Many headed for BBQ By The Beach, a sprawling buffet of barbequed seafood and meats at Sentosa’s Palawan Beach.

The crowds also enjoyed the Nyonya Mobile, parked at different spots island-wide. Besides food tasting, cooking demos and fun exhibits, traditional and modern versions of Peranakan dishes were also served.

The Singapore Chinese Dialect Heritage Feast 2014 pulled in fans of Chinese cuisine. Some 20 uncommon dishes, from rickshaw noodles to salt-baked chicken, were offered. Meanwhile, spicy food lovers headed for Suvai for traditional and home-grown Indian cuisine.

With all this and more, the Singapore Food Festival truly has something for every palate.

http://www.yoursingapore.com/festivals-events-singapore/annual-highlights/singapore-food-festival.html

 




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