Yiting Tay

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On the constant search for her eyes, and food to fill up her perpetually empty belly.

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AquaMarine @ Marina Mandarin – Local Weekend Lunch Buffet Back by Popular Demand

Buffets are aplenty and you would think that it gets incredibly difficult for one to set itself apart from the rest; not for Marina Mandarin. Apart from their standard buffet, that you can get every other day of the week (except the weekends), Marina Mandarin now offers a Halal Local Weekend buffet lunch – which is back by popular demand! If you are craving for amazing seafood, Indian cuisine, Singaporean classics, a great selection of desserts, and basically everything else, this buffet is the one you must visit.
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Emporium Shokuhin @ Marina Square – Celebrate Chinese New Year with a Japanese Twist

We all know Emporium Shokuhin as the place (or one of it) to go to for fresh and premium Japanese food. Not only is it currently standing as a premium Japanese supermarket, it is home to multiple F&B outlets as well. For Chinese New Year, some of the outlets came up with dishes for you to celebrate this festive new year.
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Globetrotting Christmas Buffet @ Mercure Singapore Bugis – A New Take on Christmas Feast

Mercure is celebrating Christmas with a Globetrotting Christmas feast at the Royale Restuarant, located at Bugis. Making Christmas something out of the ordinary, Mercure is mixing Asian flavours into classic holiday dishes. Get a variety of offerings for only $48++ (for the festive buffet from 1st to 30th December) or $68++ (for the Christmas buffet on 24th and 25th December).
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Chir Chir Fusion Chicken Factory – Fusing Up Brand New Dishes

Did somebody say KFC (not Kentucky fried chicken but Korean fried chicken)? Chir Chir is coming up with a few new menu items and it does not disappoint. Get yourself ready for some cheesy, spicy, fried, and crispy goodness.
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The Mad Sailors @ Haji Lane – A Maddening Good Time

From the owners of the Working Title and Afterwit situated around Haji Lane, comes a new café, “The Mad Sailors”. The name came from the expression “Mat Salleh” that Malays used to refer to the Caucasians – which seems fitting, seeing as how this café came to be due to a lady’s dream of bringing authentic halal British food into Singapore. True to its name, The Mad Sailors serves up a wide assortment of British-related food, not forgetting classics such as Fish-and-Chips.
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Da Paolo Collaborates with One Farrer Hotel & Spa – Friday Italian Dinner by the Poolside

Da Paolo’s finally having its first collaboration and it is with One Farrer Hotel & Spa. This collaboration brings about a 6-course dinner, having everything you would need to complete your Italian dinner experience there. What more, look out for its ever-changing monthly menu, ensuring that you will not have the same experience twice.
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Flaming Don @ CapitaLand Mall Bugis+ – Firing Up Donburis With Yakiniku

Recently opened at Bugis+ level 5, and providing a new dining option, is Flaming Don. What makes Flaming Don slightly different from its competitors is that it has implemented a self-ordering and collection system. Great for anyone who is rushing for time and wants to be able to grab something to eat within a short time. With many different choices of donburis, ramen, and sides, you will be spoilt for choice here.
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Provisions @ Dempsey – Providing A New Experience For Claypot Rice & Skewers

When you think of Dempsey, the first cuisine that comes to your mind is usually anything related to Western – seldom Asian. However, located within Dempsey is Provisions; a bar serving up cocktails, skewers and – a rarity of its own in Dempsey – claypot rice.

What is Love?

What is love to me? Love means many things. Love can mean happiness or sadness. Joy or sorrow. Love can be painful yet relieving. Poisonous yet euphoric. Love is many things It can even be everything all at once. Maybe that’s why people call it bittersweet: never one or another, but always both ...

Finding Myself

I always had this fear embedded in me that everyone around me would eventually leave me. That is the reason why I always keep a lot of my negative thoughts to myself, scared that if I told the person about it, he would find it too much and leave.