Hakka Abacus Recipe

By Jannesse Koh Hakka food isn’t exactly that common in Singapore as it's one of the minor dialect groups here. However, I love Hakka’s abacus seed, a traditional dish made with yam that is usually served during festivals as it signifies wealth (abacus is Chinese version of calculator). My mum used to make them and … Continue reading Hakka Abacus Recipe


Chic-a-boo at Marina Square

By Kiana Koh Marina Square mall has lots to offer, and I stumbled upon this little fast food joint, Chic-a-boo. The menu looks good and the smell of fried chicken can be smelt a mile away. It managed to lure me in (I love fried chicken and am always on the hunt for more good … Continue reading Chic-a-boo at Marina Square

Vienna International Seafood and Teppanyaki Buffet Restaurant

By Kiana Koh Vienna Buffet is located at Novena mall, and is my family’s go to buffet place whenever we want to celebrate a special occasion. Last Thursday we headed there to celebrate my aunt’s birthday and we went home very satisfied. The restaurant is pretty big, and there were many staff there who were … Continue reading Vienna International Seafood and Teppanyaki Buffet Restaurant

Bangkok Jam’s Food

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 … Continue reading Bangkok Jam’s Food