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ToShi_Yummi
This is ToShi_Yummi living in Woodlands. I am a Planner, work in Queenstown. I like to hang out in Orchard, Telok Blangah. I also love Hawker Centre, Restaurant, Café and Desserts and Cakes, Tiramisu.
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Dessert @ Dessert Bowl Smile Apr 25, 2012   
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Categories : Chinese Desserts | Desserts and Cakes

Dessert @ Serangoon Garden's Dessert Bowl - after having dinner nearby...

my partner Suddenly crave for durian... so we thought of going for some durian desserts at Dessert Bowl.... but we were there quite late you see... it's around 9pm and it's a Sunday! any dessert with durian is all not available.. so disappointed... the demand is really high though...

Mango Ai-yu (Very nice, alternative when the famous durian mousse runs out)
FYI Ai Yu jelly is the same Ice Jelly that we have from those hawker centre or food court store... just that in taiwan they are known as Ai Yu... and in singapore we just call it as ice jelly..

Melon Sago (Quite nice and refreshing) but i will prefer Mango Ai Yu more...

the place is crowded with ppl during weekends... and groups of friends usually like to come here and hog the seats too! annoying isn't it? do bring a ear plug if you could... ppl there like to talk very loudly...

and the shop should consider removing away the 4 sofa seats, so that they can accommodate more hungry ppl, isn't it?

So if you want to try their famous durian mousse do drop by early before it is all gone..
Good.. can try

Good.. can try

 
Great! Must try

Great! Must try

 
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Mango Ai-yu
 
Date of Visit: Apr 01, 2012 

Spending per head: Approximately $4(Supper)

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 1  |  
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 4  |  
Clean
 4  |  
Price
 4

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Dinner @ Arbite OK Apr 25, 2012   
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Categories : European | Café

Dinner Serangoon Garden's Arbite - Only way to there... is to take bus or taxi... if you don't drive a car or ride a bike...

reason why my partner and i were back here again was because our first experience with Arbite was good, and second is they are having a 2nd year anniversary promotion which 2nd menu order is on 50% off! third reason is because they just changed their menu!

Tri Pepper Spaghettini with Soft shelf crab (the spaghetti tasted like stir fried noodles (生面), soft shelf crab is very juicy and nice, but price @ $26.90 i do think that it is a little bit over priced although they are serving a whole mini crab)

Pappardelle with Mushroom and Parma Ham (maybe it's not kind of pasta that i will appreciate, cause i don't like the taste of the Parma ham at all, $19.90) and reason why we tried this dish was because on Arbite's Facebook page, everyone is like "liking" this dish...

Old Rascal Apple Cider Beer (Strong "wood" after taste, $14 for 500ml) didnt expect it to taste so "wood", was hoping for a little bit taste of apple... but never...

Arbite accept reservation.. so call before you go... because sometimes ppl book the whole restaurant for events..
Great! but pricy

Great! but pricy

 
So So... no apple flavor

So So... no apple flavor

 
if only you like Parma Ham

if only you like Parma Ham

 
 
Date of Visit: Apr 01, 2012 

Spending per head: Approximately $20(Dinner)

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 4  |  
Environment
 5  |  
Service
 4  |  
Clean
 4  |  
Price
 5

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Dinner @ Overeasy Smile Apr 25, 2012   
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Categories : American | Bars/Lounges | Restaurant

Dinner @ One Fullerton's Overeasy - A nice place to chill out with your friends or loved ones...

Indoor (aircon) and alfresco (Smoking and non-smoking area)

by the time my partner and i was there, the alfresco non-smoking area which have the normal table seats are all occupied... only left the smoking area (tall tables with high stools) and you need to bear the occasion breeze of "not so fresh air" (if you know what i mean) haha.

Eggs Skillet (Scrambled eggs $16) overall wasn't really great.. just ok only...

Pan-seared Sea Bass with Spinach and Corn Risotto (Thumbs up, worth $26++) Spinach and Corn risotto really rich and nice... and the sea bass is just nice! worth the $26++ bucks...

Truffle Fries (Crunchy enough but it is a little too ex for just shoe string fries even though it is "truffle fries", although the portion is fairly big for $12)

White Peach Bellini Champagne (nice nice.. $21,) and IBC Root Beer Float ($10)

the good thing about sitting in the alfresco area is because you get to see the people walking by, and the view of Marina Bay sand is great too!

But service was a bit bad... i called for the bill for 3 times..
Great! Must Try

Great! Must Try

 
Not bad, can try..

Not bad, can try..

 
Great! Good to try

Great! Good to try

 
So so!!

So so!!

 
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Pan-seared Sea Bass with Spinach and Corn Risotto
 
Date of Visit: Mar 31, 2012 

Spending per head: Approximately $40

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 4  |  
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 2  |  
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 3  |  
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 2

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Drinks @ ArTeaStiq Smile Apr 25, 2012   
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Categories : Asian Variety | Fusion | High Tea | Pasta | Seafood

High-tea @ Mandarin Gallery's ArTeaStiq - was on leave, so meet up with my close friend for high tea... the place that always comes to my mind is Arteastiq @ mandarin Gallery... a place where you can feel a little bit more atas but yet it wouldnt burn a hole in your pocket.

they offer normal teas to dessert teas (tea with gelato) to chocolate and coffee drinks... not to forget they have finger foods (pastry/cakes) or some light food (prata wrap/sandwich) or even some new main course that they introduce sometime this year too...

Lady Yang ($11) - it's Oolong Tea with Lychee tea gelato...

Monet ($10) - it's french rose tea with champagne vanilla gelato (the champagne vanilla gelato taste a little bit different as before... last time taste better! standard drop already)

Wagyu Beef Wrap (Roti Prata wrap beef slice! Nice nice!, $8.90)

Winter Salmon ($12.50) Very yummy with a touch of Wasabi!

it is a good place to chill out with your close ones or your best friend.. if you you manage to get the sofa seat it will be even better...
Great! Must try

Great! Must try

 
Fresh! Can try

Fresh! Can try

 
Great! Must Try

Great! Must Try

 
Good, can try!

Good, can try!

 
 
Recommended Dish(es):  everything!
 
Date of Visit: Mar 26, 2012 

Spending per head: Approximately $20(Tea)

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Price
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Dinner @ Din Tai Feng Smile Apr 25, 2012   
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Dinner @ Bishan Junction 8's Din Tai Feng - be it whether is in town or neighbourhood area... Din Tai Feng always filled with ppl queuing to go in and have their famous Xiao Long Bao...

No surprise to the store @ Bishan! my partner and i queued more than 20min to get it... and we was given a 4-seaters table instead of 2! reason being they do not have 2 seaters @ that moment... frankly i do think that they should convert those four seated sofa seats into those joined table... so that they can split the table and allow more ppl like us to come in at a time...

As usual, we ordered the Xiao Long Bao, standard is there as usual.. but just depending on your skill when you pick the xiao long bao up... if you are not careful enough... the "soup" will slip out before it goes into your mouth...

FYI, the "soup" that is inside from the xiao long bao contains alot of OIL! and it looks normal.. but the calories count is very very high.. that's what i read from somewhere on magazine...

anyway who cares right? eat first then think about it later! haha...

Egg Fried Rice with Pork (Very Very delicious, must try) the egg yolk is like combine together with the rice, and the fragrance of the whole dish is so strong... although i must say it is a little bit oily, you will notice when you finish the dish because it is on the plate.

Shrimp and Pork Wanton Noodles Soup - soup is great... it is always good to order their ramen with some wanton or dumplings... reason because that's when you can taste a few piece of the wanton or dumplings and have the soup and noodles too!, but if you order the wanton or dumplings as ala crate, you will only get either the wanton and noodles...

overall experience is good.. just hate to queue for it that's all..

to check with the waitress if there is any credit card promo.. because they usually have!
Great! As usual good!

Great! As usual good!

 
Great!Must Try

Great!Must Try

 
Good too! can try!

Good too! can try!

 
 
Date of Visit: Feb 16, 2012 

Spending per head: Approximately $15(Dinner)

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Price
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