Tagged: Cafe

Caffebene: Oh My, Bingsu

Caffebene is the largest coffee house chain in Korea, yet we didn’t see any of its stores around during our trip to Seoul a few years’ back. Or maybe we did come across it, but it didn’t register on our mind. (We tend to be pretty “lost” whenever we travel for the first time to...

笨珍云吞面 Pontian Wanton Noodles: A Bowl of Memories

Our dating history goes back to our days in the university. Back then, we were constrained by the limited allowance we had so for most of our dates, we would stick to simple, affordable fare. It was by chance one day, that we stumbled upon this particular eatery selling wanton noodles in a corner of Heeren...

Immersing in Vintage: Brunches Cafe Part 2

This is a continuation from the earlier post, “Immersing in Vintage: Brunches Cafe Part 1“. Apart from the ambience, the delectable food is the other reason we frequent Brunches Cafe. The cafe serves all day breakfast, until 6 pm daily so if you are like us, craving for breakfast menu beyond morning hours,...

Immersing in Vintage: Brunches Cafe Part 1

We chanced upon Brunches Cafe en route to the MRT station one day. What’s special about this cafe is the Mini Cooper parked inside. Refurbished with sofa seats and a table, the vintage car is a popular seating option among the customers. Besides the Cooper, there are countless other vintage items in the cafe. Those which...

Hello Kitty Orchid Garden Cafe: Service Without Smile

My interest in Hello Kitty started with a set of Hello Kitty toys which I received as birthday present when I was five. Since then, I will subconsciously be on the lookout for the mouth-less Kitty. So you can imagine my excitement when news came that the first Hello Kitty Cafe will be opened in Singapore! Located at...

Into Moonmin Valley: Moonmin Bakery & Cafe

I’ve a weakness for all things cute so it is a wonder we did not visit the Moonmin Bakery & Cafe until our fourth trip to Tokyo, Japan. Prior to our trip, I read that the place is a favourite with locals so queuing is inevitable. Luckily we went on a weekday morning and...