PARIS TOOK MY BREATH AWAY

When my boyfriend and I arrived in Paris on our train from Zurich, I could feel that everything was different. There is such an aura about the city that it’s hard to describe, you really have to be there to experience it but I’ll try to explain it anyway. It has so much promise, so much hope, so many ideals…
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8 lessons on adult life that I learnt from 4 cities

London 1 You have to be excited about life to really be living. Part of this is having people around you who are passionate about things that make you think. Find conversations with great stories and people that make you want to laugh, cry and be inspired by life and all of its quirks. 2 Be selective. Most people I…
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SUPPLY AND DEMAND

This afternoon I met up with some friends from work at Supply and Demand, a cafe at Orchard Gateway that has generated a huge buzz. Even before they were open for the late seating (5:45pm) there was a queue. The original branch is in the CBD area, at Esplanade Mall and they describe their style as ‘Italian Southeast Asian’. So…
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SAINT PIERRE, SENTOSA SINGAPORE

            Like most restaurants in the Cove, there is a little bit of logistics planning that goes into the dining experience. Saint Pierre on the whole was worth it but was a slightly odd experience. What I mean by this is that it serves ‘fine dining’ food yet the dress code is casual and it…
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SAVEUR BLUE

A slouchy, soft tee and a pair of distressed cut off shorts. The most basic you can go and perfect for a day full of errands and a chilled dinner with a good friend. Saveur on Purvis Street is a great, casual place to meet for fresh and modern French food. Some dishes may seem traditional such as duck confit,…
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