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Visit To Baba House @Neil Road

Free guided tours to the Baba House is by appointment only and advanced registration is required.
English heritage tours: Mondays – 2 pm, Tuesdays – 2 pm & 6.30 pm, Thursdays – 10 am, Saturdays – 11 am… 456 more words


Ondeh-ondeh is such a fun food to snack on. These bite-sized pandan flavoured balls made from glutinous rice flour are filled with melted gula melaka, so that when you bite into one, you get a mini-explosion on caramel gooeyness in your mouth. 263 more words

Alpha Bakes

#crossstitchchallenge 4/7: Nine Layer Cake (Kueh Lapis)

Food inspires me, haha! This time I created the Peranakan Kueh Lapis that I love to eat, it has very distinctive colours and is known for its nine layers. 25 more words

Cross Stitch

Food Review: Ellenborough Market Café | Refreshed interior and Peranakan buffet at Swissotel Merchant Court Hotel

The Place After closing for a four months renovation works, Ellenborough Market Café has reopened lately to a fresh new look. For one, it has ditched the previous dated and slightly sleepy ambience for a bolder and contemporary look, while retaining bits of Peranakan heritage around corners. 373 more words


Food Guide: Talking Foodgasms in Singapore

You know when something you’re eating is so good you just have to… stop. “Mmm” doesn’t do it justice. You pause, you look at your significant other, and really think, “Will you ever make me feel as good this sliver of ham on this cushion of a flavor explosion?” 1,386 more words


The Return of Ellenborough Market Cafe at Swissotel Merchant Court

Swissotel Merchant Court is a landmark located along the Singapore River, and its flagship buffet restaurant Ellenborough Market Cafe is famous for its Peranakan cuisine. The restaurant is now back after a hiatus to showcase its selection of Straits Chinese cuisine and international buffet spread, such as a Lamian station, roast beef, cincalok egg and signature durian pengat. 103 more words


Kueh Salat

Unlike most of the stuff I’ve done for this blog, this is my first STEAMED dessert. To make this traditional Peranakan sweet treat, you have to first steam the glutinous rice, cook the kaya (pandan coconut custard), and then steam the two layers together to bind them. 589 more words