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The Unforgettable Birthday Experience @ UK

On Oct 1, 12pm, an ordinary Wednesday, we hopped on a London taxi from the Rosewood Hotel to an extraordinary experience – A birthday surprise. An exclusive, and one-of-a-kind birthday party at the Primrose Bakery for two. “I eat cake because it’s somebody’s birthday somewhere” – Whose? My Birthday, and Where? London! This was a place I always wanted to visit.  I have come across this from actually just buying a copy of the “Primrose Bakery Celebrations” book in Page One, and it has been on my mind ever since. Arriving to this place with dazzling, fairy-tale like birthday decorations – yellow, mint green and pink colour...
Category: Food

The Art of Coffee – “Coffsicles”

Coffee is a work of art, a creation of life, you start the day with it, you break the day with it, you end the day with it, And we all can’t live without it. Spend the summer with the uniquely pleasurable coffee creation –  Coffsicles!! “The Art of Nespresso” Step 1 – Pour 2 creams into each popsicle mold, let it freeze until solid Step 2 – Make 6 big cups of Nespresso using your favourite capsule, add milk & sugar as you like, then let it cool in the refrigerator. (My favourite would be the Kazaar capsule with exceptional intensity, rich in roasted notes, with powerful bitterness but a creamy texture) Step 3 – Pour the c...

Singapore 大坑

The best weekend spending place  – Singapore’s oldest and trendiest neighbourhood  – Tiong Bahru. “Everything old becomes new again” – quoted from CNN Travel Love a place with a history. Built in 1930s, Tiong Bahru Estate is one the oldest housing estates in Singapore. What’s there now? Plain Vanilla Bakery Love this bakery, is like the famous Hummingbird bakery, Primrose bakery the ones you can only find in US or UK.  1 D Yong Siak Street, Singapore Strangelets Everything I love is here. Coffee or Tea? Selection of the most crafted works – China, party-ware, cards and other unusual objects d’art. 7 Yiong Siak Street,...

Jiro Dreams of Sushi 壽司之神(之子)

The famous “Jiro Dreams of Sushi” Jiro, Considered by many as the world’s greatest sushi chef. A 10 -seat sushi only restaurant in a tokyo subway station. The first of its kind to be rated 3-star michelin. Japan has declared him a national treasure. Japan hosted Obama at Sukiyabashi Jiro Bookings made months in advance, no one ever picks up the telephone, and no one speaks English. Alternatively, we visited the younger son, the mirror image of Jiro, at Jiro Roppongi, Takashi.  People say that Jiro & his sons are always the first to pick from the fresh fish markets everyday.  Honestly, the fish is really fresh, but I don’t k...

Shinjuku Gyoen – Summer Picnic!

When you travel to Tokyo, is always the same routine – eat & shop…well, mostly just shop, what makes this trip extraordinary? How about a special date in the park? Ready to go! Love this picnic mat I got in Salut! 500 yen only! As we enter in to the Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden – you can tell how royal it is! It was the original residence of Lord Naito in the Edo Period and later the Imperial Gardens. Here we are at the Japanese Garden, is too bad it is not the cherry blossom seasons, but when it is , this is the best spot! Ha! Picnic Time! We had so much fun preparing the day before – Champagne, Water, Perrier, Coffee, Jap...
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