By Kiana Koh I have always passed by the restaurant but never tried it, until my aunt made a reservation there for dinner! Bangkok Jam serves authentic Thai cuisine at affordable prices, and I guess that is what draws a lot of people to dine there! The whole restaurant looks and feels comfortable, and it is the sort of place you would go to, to … Continue reading Bangkok Jam’s Food
By Kiana Koh Every Thursday, my mum, aunties, grandma and I make it a habit to go out, have lunch or dinner together and catch up with one another. We do so because we stay in different areas and are relatively busy with our own work and lives. Just last week, we visited a Chinese restaurant called The Good Trio. My grandma absolutely loves Chinese … Continue reading The Good Trio Restaurant
By Mildred Jones One of the most popular cakes to be eaten here is the Layered Lapis. It is believed that the cake is a Dutch- Indonesian version of the European multi layered ‘Spit Cake’. It is firm in texture and consists of a various blend of cardamom, cinnamon, clove, mace and star anise. The Dutch have renamed the cake *‘Spekkoek’, which translates to ‘Spice … Continue reading Quest for the Layered Lapis
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 Louis XV arduous journey after a hunting trip for deer. … Continue reading Soupe a l’Oignon
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. Continue reading Taiwan Hotpot at West Coast Plaza