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Cafe Hopping: The Lab SG

Jalan Pisang is fast becoming the street where you can go to be guaranteed a gastronomical adventure. Regardless of whether it’s Padang food you want from Hajjah Maimunah, phở from Pho 4 All or even just the need to satisfy the sweet tooth in you with Fluff Bakery’s baked goods, there’s so many different choices for […]

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Cafe Hopping: Peloton Coffee and Juice Bar

Co-owned by one of the owners of Penny University, Peloton is one of the newest cafes/cycling pit stop in town. Shereen learned of Peloton through a friend who was participating in a flea market at the newly-opened café, and upon learning that Peloton is a halal-friendly eatery, we decided to make our way down to […]

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Cafe Hopping: Flavour Flings

The last time I was in Hougang, I was 14 years old and the bubble tea craze was strong. My memories of Hougang revolve around buying instant cup noodles from the neighbourhood 7-11 and sipping on blueberry milk tea while waiting for my after school activities to start. So, you must forgive me if I […]

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Cafe Hopping: Cafe Mondo

Nine out of ten times, when planning gatherings or meet ups with my friends, I avoid the Orchard area for a variety of reasons but the biggest reason why is the lack of interesting halal eateries. At the risk of sounding ungrateful or obnoxious, aside from the usual suspects i.e. Coffee Bean and Beanstro, Fish […]

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Cafe Hopping: Fix

One of the things that Shereen often does is to scour the net for newly halal certified cafes for us to try. She recently stumbled upon Fix’s instagram and left them a message about their halal status and two weeks later, both of us were invited to their cafe for an interesting tasting session. Upon […]

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Cafe Hopping: The Bravery

In order to successfully run this food blog, Kit and I review a lot of places thoroughly. This means that we order enough food for four or five people whenever we go out for tastings. Now, in order for us to not pack on the pounds, Kit and I have to be very disciplined when […]

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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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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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Cafe Hopping: Dong Po Colonial Café

Kandahar Street houses a few unique cafes that are popular among the younger café-hopping crowd like Maison Ikkoku but fans of old-fashioned confectionery will tell you that the place to visit when you are at Kandahar Street is Dong Po Colonial Café. Upon entering Dong Po, you will find that the unique interior decor is […]

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Cafe Hopping: I AM

Most café aficionados will have you know that a large reason why they are drawn to cafés is because of the ambiance. There is something about the soothing music played in a café, the smell of freshly brewed coffee that lingers in the air, and the sight of glistening cakes in a display overflowing with […]

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