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Singapore Parisian patisserie
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Antoinette

Antoinette is a quintessential Parisian pâtisserie and salon du thé, named after the last queen of France who was so often revered for her fine taste and lavish... Read More...
Singapore seafood restaurant
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Diamond Kitchen

Diamond Kitchen is a Chinese seafood restaurant providing tasty live seafood, coupled with a mouthwatering array of Chinese cuisine – generally Cantonese, but w... Read More...
Singapore Bistros
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W39 Bistro & Bakery

A cozy home-styled bistro, filled with honest, good eats and knick-knacks from yesteryear that are bound to bring a smile to your face and a sentimental rush of... Read More...
Bugis Cafe
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Artistry

Nestled in Kampong Glam, Artistry is a new art gallery and café in a shophouse. As its name suggests, the space and concept are all about creativity and mastery... Read More...
Singapore coconut desserts
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Husk

Husk is inspired by the best recipes from the bustling streets of Bangkok. low in calories, sugar, and saturated fat, the all natural healthy Froco (frozen coco... Read More...
Singapore Korean-Mexican restaurant
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Vatos Urban Tacos

Influenced by Mexican street tacos in Los Angeles and home-cooked Korean meals, the menu consists of creations like the Kimchi Carnitas Fries, Galbi Tacos, and ... Read More...
Singapore Desserts cafe
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Non Entrée Desserts

Popular dessert cafe offering one of the most creative take on classic European desserts and pastries that you can find in Singapore. Expect a lineup of fun and... Read More...
Singapore Korean desserts
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O’ma Spoon

O’ma spoon is Singapore's first contemporary Korean dessert café franchise, owned and operated by Korean with an original concept developed in Korea. They speci... Read More...
Singapore cafes
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Percolate

“Percolate (ˈpəːkəleɪt/): filtering a liquid through a porous substance to yield its essence”. The meaning and philosophy behind Percolate, other than being lit... Read More...