By Mildred Jones Would you believe it, if I told you that French Onion Soup has its gastronomic roots from Ancient Rome! This simplest of meals is rich in beef stock and minced onions. The modern version of this wholesome dish took root in the beginnings of the 18th century with the tale of King … Continue reading Soupe a l’Oignon
By Kiana Koh Many shops in West Coast Plaza have been opening and one of those is the Taiwan Hotpot. The Taiwan Hotpot has been enjoying brisk business lately, with the waiting time as long as 45 minutes for a 6 person table. My family had queued once back in April, but eventually decided to … Continue reading Taiwan Hotpot at West Coast Plaza
By Kiana Koh Jalan Kayu is a household name amongst Indian cuisine lovers, and there are quite a few stalls around Singapore now! The one I always visit is the one at West Coast Plaza. Jalan Kayu is located at level B1, just opposite the New Balance outlet store! The place is pretty clean, but … Continue reading Jalan Kayu
By Kiana Koh Awfully Chocolate has been around since 1998 (yes, it has been that long), and just last week, I walked past an outlet and could not help but overhear a young lady who walked out of the shop with her mum insisting that the cakes were expensive. Personally, I have never tried anything … Continue reading Awfully Chocolate: Worth it?
By Kiana Koh Whoever came up with buffets was a genius. You pay a certain amount to eat all you can within the time limit. Recently, a new buffet restaurant caught my attention; the Shaburi and Kintan Buffet at Jem. It just opened for business and there are always people there! My mum decided to … Continue reading Shaburi and Kintan Buffet