To celebrate the younger brother’s birthday, G suggested that we head to an Italian restaurant in the heartlands for dinner.
The restaurant has a nice rustic setting, creating a homely vibe with it. Servers are really friendly as well. Gosh, they even alerted us when the “ma-cik” was seen in the parking lot (not that we had to worry about them). Continue reading
We happened to make Pizzeria Mozza our lunch stop last Sunday after spending quite a bit of time at the ongoing travel revolution fair at the MBS Exhibition Hall.
It’s all about the Pizzzas here. Honestly, if you’re looking for other Italian fare such as pasta, then one should head to its sister restaurant, Osteria Mozza instead.
Thankfully, despite it being a Sunday, we were able to get a table immediately. Yoo Hoo! Service was a bit slow at first as it was quite difficult to flag down a wait staff. However, once they took our order, service was pretty good from there. Continue reading
I was a little confused when I first arrived at Terra. Lights were on, but there was a huge “sorry we are closed” up front. Upon confirmation that the restaurant was indeed open, I thought that it would be good to inform the restaurant about that faux pas. However, the responses I received were pretty weird and that put me off a little. The manager explained that they were still in soft launch mode and were only accepting customers who had made a booking and no walk ins… BUT STILL! Continue reading
For my birthday celebrations, L gave me 3 restaurant options to choose from. I had been to Pete’s Place many years back but had quite forgotten about the food. Hence, I took the opportunity to have a revisit. Continue reading
Many people tend to categorize Switzerland into French, German and Italian speaking regions. Most of the sights in Switzerland can be found in the German/French speaking areas. However, what many people don’t realize is that the Italian speaking regions of Switzerland have their own unique sights to offer as well. Continue reading
It’s safe to say that Italian cuisine is one of the more well known European cuisines in Singapore. Most Singaporeans are not adverse to pasta and pizza and they probably are more used to it than say…. Spanish paella and tapas. As a result, there are many many Italian establishments in Singapore and the struggle for each restaurant is to stand out among their many competitors. Continue reading
This will be last of my cooking adventures for a while. I think the most fun was actually the cooking itself even though I often ended up eating the same dish two days in a row. The trials of cooking for a single person! Work is piling up and once again, the convenience of eating out is pulling me back out of the house. The good news though is that I’ll be going on a short holiday soon, so I’m quite excited to document my eating adventures then. Continue reading
It’s great this whole week to have the kitchen to myself. Parents are out of town and my siblings don’t cook, like ever. It really gives me the chance to cook and try out new recipes for myself, which I find quite therapeutic at times. However, things don’t always work out the way you want them to. Continue reading
Was planning L’s surprise birthday party and Sopra looked like a nice, private, comfy place for us to meet up. None of us had ever been there before, but it’s central location in Orchard made it an easy choice. It’s also hard to go wrong with Italian cuisine since most people enjoy it, even those with special dietary restrictions. Continue reading
This is the second post of my food adventures in Malaysia (2015). Previous posts can be found here.
Ended up at Bangsar Shopping Centre as C had some work to do and I just tagged along; didn’t want to just stay in their house the entire day. We finally set down for lunch and since we both didn’t have much preference, we settled for Just Heavenly Cafe, which was conveniently located near the lifts leading up from the carpark. Continue reading