🔆Singapore no.8 🔆 Marina Bay Sands.

Marina Bay sands hotel is one of the most famous hotels in the world. We had booked to go for lunch buffet on a Sunday. This was no ordinary buffet. This had a sashimi station, noddle station, a variation of high quality meats, cheeses from across the world, anti patsa section, a huge variation of…

🔆Sinagpore no.7🔆- Hot pot.

If you’ve never experienced a hot pot before, I highly advise you do. However, if you can’t handle spice; Don’t dip your food in the spicy soup.  Luckily my brother and sister have been many times before so ordered for me and Gaby. I’ll show you photos so you have an idea what I’m talking…

🔆Vietnam no.4🔆 -Ngoc Chau Garden.

Unfortunately my review of this restaurant is  less chirpy as the rest. The food was expensive (for Vietnam). We paid three times as much then we had eaten out before. Although the atmosphere and decor are beautiful so I would recommend taking a look inside if you are passing by.  We had:  🔆Fried rice with…

🔆Vietnam no.3🔆 Hoi An.

Need I say more? Hoi An is a beautiful ancient town in Vietnam. Untouched by sky rise buildings it’s beauty proceeds itself.  This is without a doubt, my favourite place so far. I am already planning my next visit. Although it’s an extremely touristy area the food and drink is still relatively cheap.  We had…

🔆Vietnam no.2🔆- Cyclo resto cookery course. 

To begin with, if anyone is even thinking of going to Vietnam or is currently in Vietnam, put down your bowl of Pho and book yourself on to the cyclo resto cookery course. It was one of the best experiences I have had abroad.  We were picked up from our hotel at 8am to learn…

🔆Vietnam no.1🔆- Barbecue garden. 

After a few suggestions to go to barbecue garden in Vietnam I decided we would go there on our first night. And we were not disappointed. At all!  Despite the rain Barbecue garden had a roof cover and was still very warm in the air. The tables each had a small BBQ inside for you…

🔆Singapore No. 6🔆-Xiao long bao. 

For those who are unfamiliar with the name Xiao long bao; it  is basically dumplings. These dumplings, however, aren’t any old dumplings. They are flavoured uniquely and coloured.  I call them taste explosions for your mouth and taste buds.  You won’t find dumplings like these anywhere else in Singapore as they aren’t  ‘traditional’, they are…

🔆Singapore no. 5🔆-Peranakan food.

Peranakan or Nyonya cuisine comes from the Peranakans, descendants of early Chinese migrants who settled in Penang, Malacca, Singapore and Indonesia inter-marrying with local Malays and combines Chinese, Malay and other influences.  And is hands down my new favourite cuisine in Singapore. The flavours are just indescribable! We ordered a take out from a place…

🔆Singapore no.4🔆- Bak kut teh.

Bak kut teh is a traditional Singaporean dish. My brother took me to one of the best places which specialises in this called – Song Fa Bak kut teh.  The menu is short and simple. Being that you can only order bak kut teh with different sides.  Firstly, I’ll explain what Bak ku teh is….

🔆Singapore no.3🔆-Supermarkets. 

Ask any foodie you’ll ever meet, one of the best bit about visiting foreign countries is there supermarkets. Every supermarket always has interesting ingredients and spices that aren’t known to another’s pallet. I went with my sister in law to her local supermarket so I wasn’t completely lost.  The thing that astounded me the most…

⭐️Singapore no. 2⭐️- Street market. 

In London, for ‘street food’ you’ll go to hawker house or any day market to get a taste of different cuisines done authenticity. Well, I’m sorry to say- it’s horrendously miles away from what we think is authentic.  Put down your pho soup, put down your dumplings. Because the only place for going to taste…

🔆Singapore no.1🔆- Little India.

Little India is an area in Singapore that is as the name suggests. A little India. Having never been to India before I felt like I was there.  My morning started off with my first Indian tea. This is the most deliciously addictive tea I’ve ever tried. It’s made from strong tea, sugar and foamy…