Beyond Pancakes


Today’s post is about this pancake place I went to, with a Friend. It is called Beyond Pancakes! So it is natural that I expect darn good pancakes! I first came to know about it on Twitter and I knew I had to try it. Hence, I went to the place to check it out.

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SinSeh: The Grocery


Today I’ll be featuring a cafe that is close to my heart as I really love some of the items on the menu. Let me get straight into it… The cafe is none other than SinSeh: The Grocery. This cafe is affiliated with The Lab SG which I have featured about a year ago! I have been here a couple of times but today I decided that I should feature this. It is one of my favourite dessert places but I promise not to be biased. This time, I was there with my friend, R.

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Maras @ One KM


Okay, so I haven’t done a Cafe review in ages, try maybe 3 months…

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-Whistles Innocently-

Today, I will be reviewing a cafe I visited last month which is known as Maras Cafe. Maras Cafe is something like Gelare but only better and cheaper. I have tried Gelare before but I wasn’t really happy with it. Maras Cafe is relatively new, I think it only opened like last year after 1km mall was built. They do not only have deserts but they do have sides and main courses too. My friend who didn’t want to be mentioned, let’s call her H.

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I Am… Cafe review


Today I’ll be reviewing I am… cafe. This cafe is an European influenced cafe.  The cafe features food from particularly Amsterdam in Europe. I particularly wanted to try their rainbow cake and also celebrate my closest bro (B) in poly’s birthday. Killing two birds with one stone 😉 B and I went there for a casual lunch cos we haven’t met since Graduation.


Here’s the view of the cafe along Haji Lane. The ambiance of the cafe was pretty alright, it was a little windy not too much. To add on, I have heard that during dinner it is very packed and crowded so we went there for lunch instead.

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