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Sponsored Post: Ramadan Seafood Fiesta @ Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium

Buffets during Ramadhan are a little tricky for me. I find that I don’t eat that much during iftar because the stomach is so used to taking in a small amount of food the entire day. As such, when Atrium Restaurant at Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium approached us to try out their Iftar Ramadhan Seafood […]

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Sponsored Post: Agrobazaar – Melaka Plate

The Arab Street vicinity continues to fascinate and intrigue me. Every other month, there seems to be a new Muslim-owned eatery that opens ..like Ratu Lemper , a newly-certified halal eating establishment such as Hyde & Co, or even new food trends that send foodies like me zooming straight down to try chendol ice cream […]

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Sponsored Post: Penang Culture

Fans of Penang food would be familiar with Penang Culture (not to be confused with Penang Street, a different restaurant owned by another group) and the variety of Penang dishes the restaurant has to offer. This year, Penang Culture is celebrating its 5th birthday with an updated menu which includes reinventions of several familiar Penang dishes. Penang Culture […]

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Writes & Bites: Maki-San

When I first chanced upon Maki-San at the basement of The Cathay, I was a little bummed that it wasn’t halal. After all, the idea of being able to stuff all my favourite things into a sushi was just so appealing! Fast forward two years later and lo and behold, news was out that Maki-San […]

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The Ramen Stall

It has been months since Shereen and I did a proper review and when we heard that The Ramen Stall has a halal outlet, we immediately made arrangements with our friend, Yasmeen, to visit the place for some halal Japanese food. Having heard friends’ positive reviews of the non-halal Ramen Stall at Short Street, we […]

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Cafe Hopping: Rouse on Dunlop

Slowly but surely, more cafes that cater to the dietary requirements of Muslim patrons are popping up in Singapore. For someone like me, who is very particular about where I eat, the knowledge of a new Muslim-owned cafe, Rouse on Dunlop, opening, was music to my ears. The latest Muslim-owned cafe to enter our cafe […]

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Mad for Garlic

Before I begin my review of this specialty restaurant from Korea, I would like to qualify the different type of vegetarianism and subsequently, explain the group of vegetarians who can find suitable food on the menu of Mad for Garlic. There are mainly three types of vegetarians: Of course, there are different variations of vegetarianism […]

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Sushi Burrito

Since changing my diet, sushi is definitely one of the things I miss a lot and sadly, vegetarian sushi is often limited to the usual egg, cucumber, and Inari [sweet Japanese bean curd skin] toppings in comparison to the plethora of choices that non-vegetarians have. On top of the lack of choices,  I also have […]

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Casa Bom Vento

For the longest time, I have always associated Peranakan food with pork because of how people in our food-crazy nation always wax lyrical about dishes like babi pongteh, nyonya babi asam and kuih chang babi. Even in conversation with Peranakans themselves, the dishes they always get excited about are those with pork in it. Given […]

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Cafe Hopping: Chin Mee Chin Confectionery

There are kaya toasts. And then there are kaya toasts. With so many food establishments serving up kaya toast, most notably Ya Kun Kaya Toast and Good Morning Nanyang, popular establishments that try to give a fresh spin on traditional eats, offering options such as Cheezy French Toast with kaya and Orange Ciabatta Kaya Toast. […]

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