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Cravescraze
This is Cravescraze living in Ang Mo Kio. I like to hang out in Dhoby Ghaut, Orchard, Ang Mo Kio. Japanese, Singaporean are my favorite cuisines. I also love Bakery, Café and Juices, Buffet , Ice Cream and Gelato.
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Vivo American Pizza & Panini  OK Aug 08, 2012   
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Categories : American | Restaurant | Pasta

This outlet was located at Clarke Quay Central and was well hidden at its basement. Not many people know about its presence though. Anyway, my dad ordered the garlic bread that was shared among the family. It was crispy and flavorful.
My dad and mum shared the fish and chip which was rather ordinary. I decided to try the pasta which at first sight, reminded me of autumn. Plenty of dried chili and spices sprinkled around the plate as well as in the pasta, it really was fiery and I had to constantly drink water to extinguish the heat building up in my mouth. My bro had the chicken with fries and 2 rings of pineapple. It was more of a savoury dish that was not quite filling.
 
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Buffet! OK Aug 08, 2012   
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Categories : Multi-Cuisine | Seafood | Buffet

My friend and I went on a Monday's lunch as it is cheaper we thought that it would also be less crowded. We were so wrong about the less crowd thing as it was quite packed. Luckily I had made a booking in advance the day before.The concept is something like kiseki which have many different seating themes. I spammed mostly on sashimis, about 30 slices of swordfish and 15 slices of salmon, till I got sicked of raw fish. The food was kind of average and not too bad. There was also home-made soy bean milk, rojak, chicken rice, pizzas, pastas, seafood and other cooked food. There was also a children's play corner to entertain kids!
 
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A lunch set Smile Aug 08, 2012   
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Categories : Italian | Bars/Lounges | Restaurant

It was my friend's birthday and I decided to give him a treat, a treat that he could remember as it was his 21th. After
meeting up with him, we walked along Bugis, trying to find the restaurant I had in mind. Unfortunately, we lost our way,
even with my phone's gprs. (I have a bad sense of direction sometimes). We ended up entering this atas looking italian restaurant.
We were not greeted well at first, partially due to our sloppy dressing. We were stunned when we were led inside, as we
did not expect this place to be so classy. After we were seated, we both picked the lunch set. We also ordered 2 bottles of sparkling water unknowingly which cost $9.00 each glass bottle (pure spring water, you can google for 'aqua panna', some water from Italy which tasted so refreshing). The environment was really comfortable and classy and we loved the atas feeling of fine-dining in such an awesome restaurant. After ordering the lunch set, we were served bread, olive oil and vinegar dip. The plain bread itself tasted excellent and crispy. The bread was free-flow and I asked for another slice. We both picked the crispy fish as our appetiser. It was crispy on the outside, fresh and tender inside. The mayonnaise dip made it less dry. My friend's main course was the slices of tender beef. He complained that the portion was too little as the meat was too addictive. For my main course, I tried the white tuna. Each bite from my tuna can feel the
freshness. It was tender and broke down easily in my mouth. I really hope the piece would enlarge itself by 10 times!
There were vegetables found below my tuna. At first, I stared at it as you know some vegetables teenager like me do not want to touch at all. Since I was paying for it, I just tried 1. Unknowingly, I loved the taste as it was really flavourful, full of herbs taste and I finished up all. While we both had tea, we watched the waiter pushed out a trolley of 3
different types of cake. He cut the cake on the spot and served us the cake of our choice. I had the tiramisu and I loved the creamy and smooth texture of it. My friend had the lemon cheese cake. There were jelly-like cubes within the
cake itself. Maybe they were to enhance the lemon and cheese?

 
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Kki cake (dome shaped one) Smile Aug 08, 2012   
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Categories : Japanese | Bakery

Heard about this outlet from a friend's facebook post. I never knew around the corner of Ann Siang Hill would have such lovely and cosy place which sell cakes. I happened to go to China Town with 2 friends to change currency for my coming Taiwan trip, and decided to drop by k-ki to have a dessert. You are at the right place when you see this red mailbox. The young lady was polite and soft spoken. Her smile was as sweet as the cakes! (I have not tried the cakes yet, LOL) I ordered this dome chocolate cake which tasted really heavenly. Before I took my time enjoying every bite of it, I spammed quite a few shots as the lighting was rather compromising as I sat outdoors. She gave me a glass of water too. We are also allowed
to pay after we have eaten. What a perfect looking dome! It looks too nice and cute to be eaten. I was rather reluctant to take the first bite that would spoil the perfection. Finally tried it. So creamy and sweet. Felt the sponge and crunch inside. I took my time savouring this piece of joy. By the way, there is the little drom store which shares the same shop space as k-ki. It sells many knick-knacks.
 
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Monster Challenge OK Aug 08, 2012   
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Categories : Japanese | Ramen

The phrase 'This is crazy' keeps repeating itself over and over again in my head while I struggled to finish
this giant bowl (about 2 and 1/2 normal bowl) of ramen to complete the monster challenge. My friend looked worried that I may collapse while eating. I loved the stunned look on the uncle's face when I managed to finish by 19 mins. (As long as it does not exceed 20 mins) I almost puke after eating it, as the noodles was the killer. I could not really enjoy the ramen as I was rushing through it, and I earned the $21 voucher for the next visit!
 
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