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Habitat Coffee @ Upper Thomson Road October 30, 2014

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Habitat Coffee Two CoffeeHabitat Coffee Bistro caught my attention on Instagram because I love coffee and free pour art aka coffee art.  There were just so many gorgeous and beautiful coffee art and the coffee are in these colourful cups and saucers.  As I am meeting a friend who stays in Potong Pasir, so I suggested checking out the café along Upper Thomson Road.  And the first one we checked-in was Habitat.



The Lokal @ Neil Road (Tanjong Pagar) October 29, 2014

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The Lokal Food Galore

The Lokal is not new to the local café scene, however it is still considered the new-kid-in-the-block.  I mean, if there are still people who stays in Pinnacle @ Duxton and not aware of its existence, it must still pretty new right?  I took an instant liking for this Aussie inspired café the first time I stepped in.  I like a café bright and cheery and it seems very welcoming and inviting.  Everyone seems happy being there and there’s a lot of vibrancy and energy.  That makes eating more pleasurable.  I am a firm believer that the atmosphere and ambience created is just as equally important as the food and beverage and service you can come to expect from a café or restaurant.


CAD Cafe @ 23 Haji Lane August 2, 2014

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CAD Cafe 23 Haji LaneIt was quite some time back that I visited CAD Café with my friend.  It took us a little effort to locate the café that was in a small alley of Kampung Bahru District.  Cafés are plenty around the area, but they seem to be a little understated as compared to the Tiong Bahru café.  Check the list of café at the end of the entry.

CAD is a very small and cosy café with just two or three tables within the café interior but you can sit alfresco style outside.  Even so, tables are few.  But I like how the café is, serving some honest breakfast, sandwiches and meals.  The coffee is awesome, the kind which you know they took effort to make every cup of coffee to your satisfaction.  CAD stands for Coffee, Art & Design.  The founders of the café have background in Art & Design, with equal passion for coffee.  Expect to see art pieces from renowned international artist to local upcoming and student work.


[Stamps] Singapore Posts: Festivals (June 2014) July 25, 2014

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Festival First Day Cover

Time passed by really fast, before we know it July is coming to an end.  This coming weekend, we can look forward to a longer weekend as coming Monday, our Muslim friends will be celebrating Hari Raya Pausa; another one of the major festivals in Singapore.  In a way, it is timely as I introduce SingPost June’s stamp theme:  Festivals.

Singapore celebrates 4 major holiday:  Lunar New Year celebrated by the Chinese, Hari Raya Adifiltri by the Muslims, Deepavali by the Indians and Christmas Holiday by the Christians.  The Festivals theme uses cute cartoon illustrations  with a pair boy and girl of different ethnic group to represent their respective festivals in a cheery and colourful fashion.


Pick the Right Catch @ WWF Sustainable Seafood Festival 2014 June 8, 2014

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WWF Pick the Right Catch

The WWF (World Wide Fund for Nature) Singapore is launched the  inaugural Sustainable Seafood Festival today.  This festival will be held from 8 June to 15 June 2014.  Today is an apt day to launched the festival as today is the World Oceans Day.  This year, the festival champion the idea – Pick the Right Catch.

WWF Sustainable Seafood Festival 2014

As part of the festival offer, participating restaurants will be promoting special sustainable seafood dishes specially created to support the worthy cause of championing picking the right catch.  As part of the media preview, I have the opportunity to sample some of these delightful sustainable seafood treats.  This is part of WWF and Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) effort to create a new movement towards responsible consumption of seafood empowered by suppliers, retailers, restaurants and consumers.