Category: Miscellaneous

Festive Celebration at Hilton Hotel Bandung

Festive Celebration at Hilton Hotel Bandung

Author: Chic Eater As Christmas and end of year holiday is approaching this December, many shops, restaurants and hotels have their venues decorated with X’mas ornaments. Hilton Hotel in Bandung is no exception. When I first walked through the front entrance into the lobby, I was a bit flabbergasted by the view in front of […]

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Clinton St. Baking Company&Restaurant, Singapore

Clinton St. Baking Company&Restaurant, Singapore

Author: Sassy Eater. If you are a fan of a nice simple homey American fluffy pancake, this establishment should satisfy your taste buds. Clinton St. Baking Company&Restaurant, Singapore is the first South East Asia outlet of the one in NYC. Clinton St. Baking Company&Restaurant is located conveniently at Purvis Street, within walking distance from City Hall MRT and Raffles Hotel […]

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Gusto Gelato – Seminyak Bali

Gusto Gelato – Seminyak Bali

Author: Sassy Eater. ‘Gelato’ is one word popped in my head, when the warm days in Bali make me crave for something cool. Doesn’t it happened with you too !? And I bet Gusto Gelato is one name that is  well known among  foodies who frequently come to Bali. For some who still think that the difference […]

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Antoinette’s Croissant Craze – Singapore

Antoinette’s Croissant Craze – Singapore

Author: Sassy Eater. I’m crazy about croissants! Delectable ones, to be precise. Delicately crusty on the outside, airy and soft on the inside, with rich buttery aroma…. is my definition of the perfect croissant! On the other hands, pretty designer cakes are not my cup of tea. So although I passed by Antoinette cafe in Mandarin Gallery […]

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Feasting on Cherry Blossom in Kyoto

Feasting on Cherry Blossom in Kyoto

Author: Sassy Eater. “In the cherry blossom’s shade, there’s no such thing as a stranger” – Kobayashi Issa Kyoto in Japan is the iconic tourist spot for its spring season in end of March to April.  Not only tourists, but local visitors from all over Japan also flock to Kyoto to feast their eyes on the […]

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Hilton Niseko Japan and much much more

Hilton Niseko Japan and much much more

Author: Sassy Eater. I have to admit that the major reason I chose Hilton Niseko Village during my family’s last winter holiday was the Onsen in the property (FYI, Onsen is a term for Hot Springs in the Japanese language, sometimes used to describe the bathing facilities and inns around the hot springs. Japanese often talk of the virtues of “naked communion” for […]

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Ichiran Ramen – Tokyo Japan

Ichiran Ramen – Tokyo Japan

Author: Sassy Eater. Having Ramen an Ichiran way…. Because you don’t need lots of words to reach an orgasmic one… Ichiran Ramen is very famous in Japan, by the way the ramen is served in individual seatings and the ramen taste can be adjusted accordingly to your preference. In silence, you select noodles of varying doneness, garlic […]

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La Finca – Canggu Bali

La Finca – Canggu Bali

Author: Posh Eater La Finca has a meaning of ‘Farmhouse’ in English. If you enjoy Bali’s outdoor air, you’ll appreciate La Finca’s natural surroundings. First you’ll see the welcoming arch with the name of the restaurant, the garden seats are right there on the front yard. The rest of the building is very earthy, with […]

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Bao Makers – Singapore

Bao Makers – Singapore

Author: Sassy Eater. I love Singapore Chilli Crabs, I love fried Mantou, and unquestionably I LOVE Mantou dipped into Chilli Crabs gravy! Who’s with me ?? Must try Bao Makers, the latest cafe joining the league of cafes, that is situated at the heritage district Jalan Besar, pioneered by Chye Seng Huat Hardware (See my review […]

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Secret Cafe – Nusa Dua Bali

Secret Cafe – Nusa Dua Bali

Author: Sassy Eater. Nusa Dua is a stereotype for luxurious hotels, opulent bars, and stunning dining venues by the beach. Secret Cafe is anything but! And for me, it’s the Best Secret ever, that I’m sure it will be revealed to the world soon! Tucked humbly on a less popular route to Nusa Dua, Jalan Siligita, it’s […]

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Sisterfields – Seminyak Bali

Sisterfields – Seminyak Bali

Author: Sassy Eater. When we’re in Bali, we are surrounded by some pretty incredible breakfast nooks. And there just wasn’t enough time (or stomach!) to fit in all the deliciousness. So during our second stay at The Ritz Carlton, we decided to skip the hotel breakfast, heading for different breakfast venue every day. Our first brunch […]

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40 Hands – Singapore

40 Hands – Singapore

Author: Sassy Eater. 40 Hands Cafe is not a newbie in the hustle and bustle of specialty coffee cafes in Singapore. What I can recall, it is one of the pioneer cafes that triggered off this whole cafe craze we are experiencing today. Since it’s debut in 2010, this cafe has been doing very well all these […]

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Taco Casa – Seminyak Bali

Taco Casa – Seminyak Bali

Author: Sassy Eater. I’m not an expert in Mexican food, but as they said “No need to be an expert to enjoy good food”, so yes! I enjoyed the hearty tacos, fulfilling enchiladas, moreish nachos and delectable quesadillas in this small but unpretentious Taco Casa, Seminyak, Bali. Taco Casa is a favorite among locals, expats and […]

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PasarBella – Grandstand Singapore

PasarBella – Grandstand Singapore

Author: Sassy Eater. Have you ever heard about PasarBella in Singapore ? From the name, you can guess that must be something about ‘Pasar’ (Market in Indonesian). And you’re right, PasarBella is actually a mash up of  ‘Pasar’ and ‘Bella’ (Beauty in Italian term). When you arrive at the Grandstand Turf City, it looks extremely unimpressive with […]

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