Satisfying your taste buds in Singapore
Hawker is the best option in satisfying your tummies when travelling in Singapore. But since I’m doing a solo trip, I’d rather stay in less crowded areas to enjoy my meal. Below are the visited restaurants in my Singapore - August 2014 trip.
Food: 8 out of 10
Atmosphere: 8 out of 10
Location: Suntec Singapore International Convention & Exhibition Centre, 1 Raffles Boulevard; Also available in many locations across S’pore and Philippines
Order: Kaya Toast
From the woody theme in 2012, they have revamped into clarifying white theme this time.
Food: 9 out of 10
Atmosphere: 9 out of 10
Location: Arrival Hall Terminal 2, Changi Airport
Order: Nuts & Nuts $5.26 (185 php, 2014)
As a fan of Korean cafes, it is so cool to be welcomed by a Korean brand in another country. Stepping out of the arrival gates and about to head to the subway station, I bumped into Paris Bagauette in Changi Airport Terminal 2. It is already passed 5pm, so they have limited menu. Thus, I chose only from the available pastries and have tasted nuts and nuts caramelized bread.
Moving along the other malls of Singapore, there are also other locations of P&B.