Kuriya Dining

Kuriya Dining

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After a few visits to the restaurant located on the first floor of Great World City, I have come to like Kuriya Dining – especially so for their lunch sets ($45++ if memory serves me well). If anything, the quality of the food and level of service never seems to deteriorate regardless of how busy the restaurant gets. The lunch sets change on a monthly basis which makes for a greater reason to visit the restaurant ever so often.

Instead of having all the dishes presented to you all at once like a bento box, the dishes are served to you on a per course basis, much like a Western meal. 

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The Fabulous Baker Boy

The Fabulous Baker Boy

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So guess what… it’s another Brunch post on hungryepicurean.com. 

Located opposite Liang Court, within the compounds of the old River Valley Swimming Complex (for those who remember the swimming pool) at the foot of Fort Canning Hill lies The Fabulous Baker Boy. By the way, the compound is literally called, “Foothills”.

What I like about this place are its really affordable cafe prices and while the food is not much of a shout-out, it’s more than decent. Speaking of food, the menu serves up some of the classics like eggs benedict, big breakfast sets and pot pies. And those of you who cannot live without their sweets, they have quite a selection of cakes on display (which I hear are pretty good too!)

 

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Rokeby Cafe

Rokeby Cafe

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Rokeby Road, for many of us who studied in Perth, refers to one particular street in the Subiaco suburb near my university. The street, lined with cafes, restaurants, and retail boutiques on both sides, brings back many memories of my time in Perth. It definitely does not feel like it has been 6 months since I’ve graduated from a place that I’ve called home for close to 2 years.

Anyway, ever since the day that I learnt that a new cafe, Rokeby, has set up shop somewhere along Boundary Road from a friend, I’ve had my mind set on paying it a visit. Last weekend, I decided to make an impromptu trip there, no reservations in tow. As luck would have it, it happened that a table was available, this considering how the cafe pretty much had to reject walk-ins just 10 minutes later. NB: Reservations highly recommended.

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Kim Heng HK Roasted Meat

Kim Heng HK Roasted Meat

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As with most Singaporeans’ conversations around the dining table go, many a time they revolve around food. During one of those dinners as part of the Lunar New Year visitations, my uncle recommended a stall to me somewhere in Serangoon when I briefly mentioned that Roasted Duck is one of my favourite hawker foods.

And so, I specifically made a trip down. I was definitely not disappointed. The Roasted Duck was moist and succulent whilst the roasted pork had minimum fat in between the layers with a crispy crackling on top. 

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