I was determined to both get my opinions about the IRAS debacle aired, and going to a sponsored food review at a high-brow Chinese restaurant. Kind of ironic, but let’s see how this works.
My father’s best friend once told me a story about his formative years. He grew up in a neighbourhood with a bunch of kids from two distinct families; one was rich, and the other poor. The rich kids never got to go out and play, and they were extremely picky with their food (silver spoons, … Continue reading The Value of Eating Rubbish
All The Blogfather is asking is for some love from one of Singapore’s most iconic landmarks. Is that too much to ask? I don’t know. But I’m asking anyway.
To be completely blunt, it sucks to be reminded about what caused your downfall in the first place. So I understand completely that you only mean well, but don’t mind me deleting your well-wishes at this point if they consist of the word or connotation of “diet” or “eat healthy” in it.
It was Xander’s favourite ice cream parlour, and it was also such a unique concept, we couldn’t fathom how they would not be able to sustain themselves. So I decided to try and find out why.
If you’re vegetarian, you need to seriously rethink your lifestyle if you want to sit with your meat-loving friends here, because The King Louis is a carnivorous lair, and not an ounce ashamed of it.
There are 3 days in every year that the Blogfather will always dread the most: his wedding anniversary, his wife’s birthday, Mother’s Day, Christmas and Chinese New Year. We have our reasons for the fear, too. The husbands will have a tendency to forget dates or worse, face scheduling conflicts. And if you do happen … Continue reading [Media Event] The Delifrance Mother’s Day Event – Mothers Not Invited
There’s much more to the way of the chopsticks than just making things difficult for people in Asian restaurants.