Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Happenings in March - Food Galore

Friday 17/3/17

It's Friday, we always treat ourselves to a lavish meal and took a cab out to explore more areas. So this week, we went to Kith Cafe at Millenia Walk. Kith Cafe is a place we visited regularly too. My lunch kakis love their breakfast set, everytime we thought of having breakfast set, Kith Cafe will be the place we will go.

I have scrambled eggs with sourdough.
I always love eating scrambled eggs, taste good after adding pepper on top of the eggs.

Night class for Friday night has ended last week. So this week onwards, my Friday night is free. Met up with bf to have dinner together.

We have our dinner at Fish & Co @ Bugis plus.
I tried their Danish Fish & Chips that comes with oozing mozzarella cheese with a hint of chilli. The fish was topped with lemon butter sauce. The Fish & Chips really makes one feel full, I have difficulty clearing it all by myself.

Sunday 26/3/17

Headed out to my favourite hangout place, VivoCity to spend my late afternoon there. We always love to go VivoCity for food followed by a stroll outside. This is usually how I spend my weekend.

We went Honeymoon Dessert for cold treat. I love having ice-cream for dessert.

This weekend we have longer time spent together compared to usual Sunday. We cherished every moment spent together.

Monday 27/3/17

Venturing into hawker centre for dinner after work. 
I am definitely not someone who have to visit restaurants or cafes to have a good meal. I do not necessary have to go to these places to enjoy good food. Sometimes good food are hidden in hawker centres and you have to visit the hawker centre to try it.

I missed the avocado milkshake at Seah Im Food Centre. Finally satisfied my cravings for it.

We have Char Kway Teow for dinner. This is one of the best Char Kway Teow that I ever tried in Singapore. The texture of the kway teow was just right.

After the dinner, we took a stroll along Sentosa Broadwalk before heading home. It's good to have a walk after dinner to digest the food.

Tuesday 28/3/17

March is a busy month for me at work. Just a few more days before coming to the end of March. Hang on there. To keep ourselves motivated, we went to Wong Kok Char Chan Teng (旺角茶餐厅) for our lunch to replenish our energy.

I have the fried nissin noodle with pork and egg.
Everything is good except that the pork tasted a little salty.

I met up with bf for dunner at Lau Pa Sat.
Bf suggested to go for a short overseas trip to relax and enjoy ourselves. We are planning to go Bangkok in 2 weeks time, so the meet up today was also to settle our booking of air tickets and hotel. A very impromptu decision to have a getaway trip and we got our air tickets at a very steep price. Try not to plan for a last minute trip because air ticket will be expensive.

We also ordered oyster omelette for sharing.

Can't wait for the Bangkok trip, 2 more weeks to go. 
Stay tuned for more sharing.

Saturday, March 25, 2017

i Light Marina Bay 2017

The month long light art festival is coming to an end.
We visited i Light Marina Bay on the last weekend of the festival. This is the fifth edition of the light art festival and also my first time visiting.

i Light Marina Bay showcased the light art created by artists from Singapore and around the world. The designs used energy-saving lighting or environmentally-friendly materials, it brings a message to encourage the public to adopt sustainable habits in our daily lives.

Getting ready to head out of house in the evening after the heavy rain.

The light installations were located around the Marina Bay waterfront that stretch from he Promontory @ Marina Bay, The Float @ Marina Bay and the Bayfront Event Space.

Immersing in the beautiful and colourful lighting.

The sea urchin inspired design.
This is one of the installations that you cannot missed.

The light arts looked so beautiful and illuminated the whole Marina Bay.

We have a good and long walk, helping us to burn down the calories. That's why I always love walking.

Horizontal interference.
Saw lots of this installations shared on facebook and instagram.
This was made using colourful cord construction, so simple yet spectacular.

Feeling slightly hungry, we headed over to GastroBeats to have some light bites. We decided to try the traditional Hungarian pastry served at Chimney.

Chimney cone with soft serve selling at $7.90.
The cinnamon cone was toppled with vanilla soft serve and chocolate syrup.

Ice cream is my soft spot, can't wait to sink my teeth into it.
The sweetness of the vanilla soft serve goes well with the cinnamon cone.

Super thirsty and our feet are tiring, we went for a chillout session at Orgo Bar & Restaurant. We ordered mojitos.

Orgo is located at the rooftop of Esplanade. 
We spent our night away at the rooftop bar, chilling with our drinks and admiring the city view.

Friday, March 24, 2017

Antoinette at Penhas Road

I made my first visit to Antoinette for dining. 

Antoinette is a Parisian pâtisserie cafe located at Penhas Road, nearest MRT station at Lavender. Antoinette is a cafe known for its French classic desserts and savouries.

Bf has made a reservation here for our date. So surprise that he made plan for our dinner as he rarely will propose a plan and we are always quite easy going with our dinner.
 I love it when he plans something sweet for our dating. ♥

Antoinette has a nice and quiet ambience that is suitable for a romantic dinner. I love the interior design of the cafe, it looked classy.

I wore a pink dress out that day.
I'm into colours nowaday, time to break away from the world of black and white. 

So glad the week is done.

Where is my food?
I'm hungry.....

Not feeling very hungry, I decided to go for their savoury crepe. It comes with a fluffy crust toppled with ham, egg, cheese and lots of veggie. I finished everything except the veggie, too much uncooked veggie.

Bf tried on their steak, portion is definitely small for him. 

Antoinette is a place you can consider coming for celebrating occasions. The cafe has great ambience and the food are not bad too. But be prepared to pay a bit higher than normal cafe price.

Thanks for bring me here to celebrate our advance monthiversary. Look forward to more celebration together.

Sunday, March 19, 2017

Singapore Philatelic Museum: Harry Potter Exhibition

I made my first visit down to Singapore Philatelic Museum on a Sunday late afternoon after knowing that there is a Harry Potter exhibition going on.

Not sure if you are aware, I am a huge fan of Harry Potter. I have read all the book series and watched all the movies. I read at least 3 times because the storyline is really fascinating and I wouldn't get bored reading and reading over again. I even purchase some of the books and DVD.

Therefore, knowing about this Harry Potter exhibition, I wouldn't want to give this a miss.

Here I was at Singapore Philatelic Museum.

Spotted this red old postbox in the museum.

Singapore Philatelic Museum displays Singapore's treasure of philatelic materials that range from stamps and archival philatelic material of Singapore from the 1830s to present day, and stamps from member countries of the Universal Postal Union.

Shakespeare's collection.
The English poet, playwright, and actor.

Childhood game: Hopscotch.
I always played that during my primary school recess time.

Travel back to 1960s of Singapore to witness the 50 years of our nation's progress with specially selected stamps, philatelic materials and rarely seen original stamp artworks.

The older days coffeeshop setting.


Take a look at the 1960s kitchen.

Next, entering the room of.............

Harry Potter Exhibition

Collecting Magic: From Stamps To Wands
Be spellbound by beautiful Harry Potter stamps from all over the world as well as movie memorabilia and collectibles from private collectors.

I first entered the room with the letters filling the door hole.

The letter turned out to be from Hogwarts School of Witchcraft & Wizardry to Harry Potter. He has been accepted into the Hogwarts and his magical journey began.

Reached Platform 9 3/4 at King’s Cross station.
The secret entrance to the train that departs for Hogwarts via the Hogwarts Express. Just run through this secret tunnel and you will reach Platform 9 3/4.

Hogwarts Express, wait for me. I'm coming.

Meet Hedwig, Harry Potter's pet Snowy Owl.

On board Hogwarts Express, I found an empty compartment. 

So comfortable, I don't feel like getting up.
I wasn't in a good mood that time, really hope this train can take me away from this place.

The candies and sweet treats that is available at Honeydukes Express Cart. Some of the sweet treats are Bertie Bott’s Every Flavour Beans, Cauldron Cakes, Pumpkin Pasties and etc.

Dobby, the house elf.
The former house elf of the Malfoy family. He made his appearance in Chamber of Secrets.

My OOTD on the Mirror of Erised.
Lazy Sunday outfit.

The wand collection.

You aren't going to pass through the door to the Gryffindor common room without giving The Fat Lady the password.

The school uniform for Gryffindor.

That marked the end of my magical journey with Harry Potter. 

If you are interested in going for this exhibition, the Harry Potter Exhibition will run until 18 June 2017. It's free admission for Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents. Foreign visitor will need to pay a fee of $8 for adult and $6 for child.

Door opens at 10am and closes at 7pm daily.


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