Showing posts from October, 2014

On the Road Cafe, Kluang

On the Road Cafe has already made their name in Kluang with their delicious cheesecake. I already known this cafe for some time but only now I am writing about it after being requested by some of my hometown friends. This cafe serves cheesecake, coffee and some delicious set lunch. Their main attraction is still their cheesecake which cost from RM7.90 onwards. They do sell whole cake too which you need to make an advanced booking. Not a very big cafe so the seat is very limited and they always crowded with people especially on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. You really unable to seat back and relax while having a cup of coffee with a cheesecake because there are always people roaming in to wait for a seat. You will feel pretty uncomfortable not to finish up your things to give up your seat. There are other options to get your seat which are seating at their bar table where you can watching the boss making coffee or you can seat outside the cafe where the smoking area is. Do enjo

Brussels Sprouts Two, Playground @Big Splash

The Brussels sprout is a cultivar in the Gemmifera group of cabbages (Brassica oleracea), grown for its edible buds. The leafy green vegetables are typically 2.5–4 cm (0.98–1.6 in) in diameter and look like miniature cabbages. The Brussels sprout has long been popular in Brussels, Belgium, and may have originated there. Oh, sorry that was from the Wikipedia about Brussels sprout but what I am about to share with you is a restaurant which is known as Brussels Sprouts Two.  Since Brussels sprout is popular in Belgium, when a restaurant with a name with it which means they are serving Belgium cuisine. It is located just next to the East Coast Beach and you will get to enjoy the great wind from the beach. When you are in a Belgium restaurant, it is all about beer and mussels! Stella Artois informally called Stella, is a pilsner beer of between 4.8 and 5.2% ABV. It has been brewed in Leuven, Belgium, since 1926, although it is brewed in other locations as well. A lower alcohol con

Tomi Sushi @Katong V, East Coast

Japanese food in Singapore is freaking expensive for a Malaysian like me who only earn RM. This time my Auntie Kiew Ling is nice enough to take me to my first time ever Japanese cuisine experience in Singapore at Tomi Sushi. I am too shy to order like I used to order when I was in Malaysia because I know is my aunt who is going to foot the bill in the end. So please bear with me because there will be lack of variety to introduce in this post. The seating in this restaurant is not really big. There are only about 10 tables for a 4 pax table size. They got sushi bar too where you will see the chef live in action. There are a lot of seafood variety here and this is just a part of it. Tokusen Sashimi 8 kinds @S$94.00++ Outlook: 4/5 Creativity: 4/5 Taste: 4/5 Price: 2/5 Overall: 3/5 - We were told by my cousin that their signature is the chutoro and otoro. So the cheapest way is to order 8 different kinds of sashimi with 2 pieces each. The chutoro and otoro is indee

The Tiramisu Hero @Kallang

At Singapore, a cafe like this is everywhere. They opened like nobody business offering great coffee, tea, pastries or desserts. All of them are good and delicious but it is not enough to attract customers nowadays. A cafe need to be unique and stand out among the others to leave the impression on every customers coming into the cafe. After that, just let the word of mouth and the social media to do the job. Today, I will share to you a cafe which just being "different" than others and I am sharing with you through social media. Haha. The cafe is known as The Tiramisu Hero. It is located the same road with the famous CSHH cafe which I just blogged about it previously. Unique #1: A riddle at their door step for you to solve. Able to guess the answer? You will get an Iced Tea for free. T&C applies. It is a nice cozy cafe the seats are limited but the seats are not really comfortable enough for you to sit for long anyway except one table made from a chest box whic