Category: 4 Star

56 Degrees – Paskal Hypersquare Bandung

56 Degrees – Paskal Hypersquare Bandung

Author: Chic Eater In regards to overseas education, based on what I know, there are several countries that serve as the favoured study destinations for Indonesians, such as Singapore, Malaysia, Australia, United States, Germany, and London. Like many Indonesian previously studied overseas, I occasionally reminisce on good food that I used to enjoy while I […]

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Buttercup Bakery Bandung

Buttercup Bakery Bandung

Author: Chic Eater Being a Bandung resident my whole life, I know exactly about the development of bakery with its up and down in this beautiful city. From my perspective, there are currently different kinds of bakery existed in town to cater to people’s different needs and I have been to most of them. Several […]

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Butterknife Folk – Singapore

Butterknife Folk – Singapore

Author: Chic Eater One thing I love about my trip to Singapore is the opportunity to check out new exciting cafe each time I come.  This time is no exception. Having just opened for a mere three weeks, the butterknife folk came up as an attractive option for us to visit.  Occupying a two stories black-painted […]

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Prodigal Roasters – Ang Mo Kio, Singapore

Prodigal Roasters – Ang Mo Kio, Singapore

Author: Chic Eater As a coffee enthusiast, one must not miss checking out the newest coffee shop in town. And that’s exactly what I did during my latest Singapore visit.  Learning about the existence of a new coffee shop in reasonable vicinity to the hotel I stayed, Sofitel So Hotel, I decided to pay it […]

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Pokenbir – Lippo Kuningan Jakarta

Pokenbir – Lippo Kuningan Jakarta

Author: Posh Eater Have you heard of Pokenbir? It’s this restaurant in Kuningan that’s specialized in pork menu. I, myself, isn’t really a fan of pork, but I think this one worth the mention.  Reservation is very recommended for the place is usually packed. The eatery has a very simple look, so much so that […]

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Kila Kila by Akasya – SCBD Jakarta

Kila Kila by Akasya – SCBD Jakarta

Author: Posh Eater Kila Kila by Akasya is a newly opened Indonesian restaurant in SCBD area. You might have heard of their catering service Akasya and their other joint Akasya Express-Kemang. Kila Kila is mostly their step up – higher end dining place, with the food that they do best: authentic Indonesian cuisine. No matter […]

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Luk Yu Tea House – Central, Hong Kong

Luk Yu Tea House – Central, Hong Kong

Author: Chic Eater For me, a holiday in Hong Kong would not be complete without walking around the streets of Central, the CBD area of the city. On one such day, after a long walk shopping for knick knacks, we were looking for lunch and we quickly set our mind to try a quite legendary tea house that […]

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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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The Providore – Raffles Place Singapore

The Providore – Raffles Place Singapore

Author: Sassy Eater. The Providore I want to talk about right now is the one nestled in a sophisticated glass house at Raffles Place, just in the heart of Singapore’s CBD. The Providore itself has been in Singapore for quite some time. It is run and conceptualised by the guys behind Jones the Grocer, which is one […]

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Cedele – Suntec City Singapore

Cedele – Suntec City Singapore

Author: Posh Eater Singapore is a heaven for healthy eaters, where you can find frozen yogurt, juice, wraps, salad and soups eateries practically everywhere you go. Like this Cedele restaurant I visited in Suntec City. Guilty free meals with delicious and many choices. Let’s start with the food ordering, you get in line and order […]

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Shanghai Baby – Petitenget Seminyak Bali

Shanghai Baby – Petitenget Seminyak Bali

Author: Chic Eater On my last day before leaving this beautiful island, I felt fortunate to have the opportunity to try one of the hip and swanky newcomers in Petitenget. Located just next to W retreat and spa Bali, Shanghai Baby perched in a building with bluish green entrance nipped between two large stone walls, […]

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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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The Trans Resort Seminyak Bali

The Trans Resort Seminyak Bali

Author: Chic Eater Before I begin with the review, I would like to mention again how Bali has been always close to my heart. Each visit I took there has been overwhelmingly enjoyable and memorable. I love the continuously growing aspect of the island that provides us with ever changing destination for our culinary and […]

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Plataran – Dharmawangsa Jakarta

Plataran – Dharmawangsa Jakarta

Author: Chic Eater This incidental visit to Plataran Dharmawangsa on work-related matter, allowed me to experience this establishment with ethnic Javanese inclination. The exterior and interior of the place were dominated with lumber-crafted fixtures resulting in an elegant dining atmosphere with strong Javanese nobility feeling to it. The vast front yard area is grassy with […]

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Basque – Mega Kuningan Jakarta

Basque – Mega Kuningan Jakarta

Author: Posh Eater I’ve seen and tasted quite a number of Spanish/Tapas restaurants in Jakarta, but just learned about its story recently. Believe it or not, the common house-fly was the inspiration for the Tapas phenomenon. Somewhere around the Kingdom of Castile and Galicia-Spain, patrons drinking at the bar used to be bothered by flies […]

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