Old Boys Gallery

Hunting for a cozy corner or a hideout? Here is one! Old Boys Gallery, located at Kampong Bahru, caters for those who’d love to catch up over a drink or two or perhaps more!

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Old Boys Gallery offers more than 50 types of beers from all over the globe.

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The interior attracted me much. Its painted and decorated with vibrant colours which make the whole ambiance very alive. The artsy-fartsy designs and wall graffiti makes the gastropub a gallery.

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Manster Burger *beef ($17.90), served with bacon, egg, caramalized onions, cheese fresh greens and fries.  photo DSC_0613_zpsldtzjsqe.jpg

One of Old Boys Gallery’s signature is their Bah kwa Risotto. Yup, it may sound different as the risotto blends into a Chinese cuisine but the difference turns it into a unique and yummy signature.

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To all the burger lovers out there, Old Boys Gallery offers Belly Good Burger ($18.90). This is such a promising burger! At a glimpse its indeed fattening, but when you sink your teeth into this stack of burger (which consist of pineapple, bacon, onion ring, sunny side up, melted cheese, fresh vegetables and …. braised pork belly!) you will just forget about diet. Its a juicy combination and rich in flavours.

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When spam fries are too mainstream, OBG serves SPAM CHIPS ($9.00).

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Aside from spam chips, Old Boys Gallery serves Chilli Beef Fries ($13.90). The chilli beef fries consist of chilli beef with kidney beans, fries topped with nacho cheese, mayonnaise and Parmesan cheese. Yumz!

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… and my ultimate choice is Potato Head ($7.90) ; sweet potato fries with curry mustard dip! Simply awesome! photo DSC_0629_zpsgc9ojrs5.jpg photo DSC_0632_zpsklsrwi82.jpg

OBG Wings taste pretty good too! It brings back a lot of child hood memories just cuz the wings are marinated in MARMITE! Madly in love with their wings! Well, its served in 3pcs or 6pcs.

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On top of all, here comes the highlight of the day. DESSERTS, easing all sweet tooth since ever! OBG serves three types of desserts. Earl Grey Cake with Lavender cake ($7.90) is one of classic signature.

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Coconut Cake with gula melaka ($7.90) tastes a little local but pretty good! photo DSC_0641_zpsbemsidt8.jpg

Devil’s Double Chocolate ($9.00) is sinful! It tops with ice cream when its served! photo DSC_0637_zpsvpsuinur.jpg


Old Boys Gallery
67 Kampong Bahru Road, Singapore 169371
Tel: +65 9187 0756
Opening Hours: 11.3oam to 11.00 pm (Mondays to Saturdays)

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Sushi Mentai @ Amoy Street

SUSHI MENTAI, established in Malaysia with many outlets sprouted in the heartland areas and this will interest the sushi fanatics (like me) in Singapore because I believe you’re beginning to get overly excited like I do cuz Sushi Mentai is here in Singapore, located in the heart of the lion city! Yes, yes, yes! Super love Japs food!

Sushi Mentai brings you affordable quality Japanese food with a wide spread of appetizing sushi available be it ala carte or on the conveyor belt in the Central Business District.

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Chawan mushi ($2.30) eat it when its hot! photo DSC_1398_zpsrhzygbc3.jpg photo DSC_1399_zpsa5zkgqg9.jpg

Hana Tobiko (Flying Fish Roe) wrapped with fresh salmon slice. I’d consider it to be quite a thick wrap for $1.30/pcs*. photo DSC_1392_zps5l82kj3d.jpg

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One of my favourite, Salmon Mentai. The mentai used is yummy as most of the ingredients and condiments used by Sushi Mentai are imported from Japan.

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Salmon Mentai Dragon Maki ($7.50) served creamy mentaiko with a slice of salmon slapped on top of the roll! photo DSC_1405_zpsnabvvurp.jpg photo DSC_1407_zpskmwzbgrn.jpg

Sake, anyone? There are a few types of sake available, and it all depends on your preference, be it strong or sweet. Me? I like this one.
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Chirashi, serves fresh and value for money! photo DSC_1414_zpsyonboij0.jpg

Salmon Mentaiyaki served with two slices of grilled salmon coated with mentai sauce. Taste really awesome! photo DSC_1416_zpswnz4dtwy.jpg

Well, this ain’t a sashimi platter but you can turn them into one if you wish just like how I did! All you need to do is to request to combine your sashimi plates to a platter! You will be able to taste all freshness in every bite of the raw slices, knowing that satisfaction is ensured!

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Every meals gotta end with something sweet, no? And I have a strong liking for Ocha ice cream. Here at Sushi Mentai serves two types, either the ocha ice cream or sorbet.

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Sushi Mentai
Add: 72 Amoy Street Singapore 069891
Tel: (65) 6221 8521

* prices are in Singapore Dollar & are subjected to 10% service charge.

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Chingay Parade Singapore 2016

My very first Chingay Parade in Singapore but I ended up all drenched. For those who had been to the Chingay Parade which kicked off on Friday night, with the theme “Lights of Legacy, Brighter Singapore”, had much fun in the rain. Although the weather was not on our side yet the crowd were not getting any smaller at the F1 Pit Building.

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After all, its all about the experience. The experience of watching the parade in a poncho. 😀

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The Chingay Parade is a parade organized annually by the People’s Association with 8000 performers which includes 800 from overseas and here is one hailing from Indonesia.

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The show goes on regardless the downpour.

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The finale, regardless the rain.

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Aerotel Singapore Changi Airport Transit Hotel

AEROTEL, a member of Plaza Premium Lounge as well as a brand new in-transit hotel sitted in Changi Airport Terminal 1 (in-transit Departure). photo DSC_1154_zpsqfhhs7oa.jpg

Aerotel is officially launched on Feb 18th, 2016 by Mr Song Hoi See, a hotel which provides convenient booking hours (6 hours per slot) that suits travelers’ needs to ensure quality sleep.

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Aerotel caters 70 comfortably-furnished guestrooms in the airport transit area, neither the land or the air. Aerotel rooms are available in S, M and L, respectively representing the sizes of the rooms based on individual needs which is able to accommodate from one to four persons.

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On top of all, it has a cozy Library Lounge equipped with the latest newspapers, magazines and TV news channels to accommodate travelers who want to catch up on the latest.

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Besides the Library Lounge, there’s also little corner for fitness freaks. For the guests who need to sweat-it-out, this little corner will able to cater to you for as long as the slot you have booked.

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Aerotel Rooms

Each room has individually controlled air condition, television, hair dryer, complimentary WiFi, coffee/tea making facilities and key-card access.
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Aerotel S Rooms cater for single travelers, a room for 1 pax who deprives of a power nap during the transit. S Rooms do not have attached showers and toilets. However, there’s seperate showers and toilets located right outside of the S rooms.
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Aerotel M Room
A studio suite which fits two double beds. Cozy room to unwind while waiting to catch the next flight!
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Aerotel L Room
Features a spacious suite for family’s comfort, 2 bedrooms with 1 double bed and 2 single beds. Aerotel M and L rooms come with attached shower and toilet and full shower amenities.
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Topping up with a runway view, where guests are able to enjoy the mesmerizing view of planes landing and taking off.  photo Aerotel_L Room_zpsnvmjgdut.jpg

On top of all the mentioned facilities available, there is also an outdoor swimming pool. Yes, an outdoor swimming pool in the airport in-transit area!

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Being the first in-transit hotel with an outdoor pool, fret not, for those who are not the hotel’s guests, you can just pay SGD $17 to access the pool!

Singapore Changi Airport
Level 3, Departure / Transit Lounge, Terminal 1 (near Gate D41)

Opening Hours
24 hours daily

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Founders Bak Kut Teh @ Jalan Sultan

To all bah kut teh fans, Founders Bak Kut Teh has expanded from the one located at Balestier Road to a brand new branch at Jalan Sultan, right where Hotel Boss is situated.

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Founder Bah Kut Teh was founded since 1978.  photo IMG_4247_zpsbh4f5mgn.jpg

The brand new Founders Bak Kut Teh is located at 500 Jalan Sultan. photo IMG_4839_zpsymlqdejb.jpg

Bah kut teh (also known as rou gu cha), is a meat dish cooked in broth. Founder Bah Kut Teh has been serving delectable Teochew-style pork rib soup since 1978. The bah kut teh soup is made using the freshest pork and a blend of pepper and spices from Mr Chua Chwee Whatt’s recipe.

If you are not a bah kut teh usual, these are the combi when you dine in:

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You Tiao (dough fritters) is one of the main sides too! Soak them in the hot soup and down it! photo IMG_4246_zpshpkuldbj.jpg

Having to know that Founder Bah Kut Teh is well known among the celebrities too! Chinese, Taiwanese and Hong Kong stars Jay Chou, Emil Chau, Eason Chan, S.H.E, Zhang Zi Yi and local celebrities such as Fann Wong and Stefanie Sun visited the restaurant before.

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It was a pleasure meeting Mr Chua.

347 Balestier Road, Singapore 329777
Tel: +65 6352 6192
Business Hours: 12 to 2.30pm, 6pm to 2am (daily except Tuesdays)

500 Jalan Sultan #01-09 Singapore 199020 Tel: +65 6816 2582
Business hours: 11 am to 5 am daily

Puri Indah Mall 2nd Floor, Unit #240, Jakarta Barat 11610 Tel: +62 (021) 582 2580
Business hours: 10 am to 10 pm

Follow Founder Bak Kut Teh
Facebook: www.facebook.com/founderbakkutteh Instagram: @FounderBKT #founderbakkutteh

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