Nowadays i seldom blog about food unless i really really think its worth introducing to my readers. Anyways, while deciding on what to have for brunch when in Malacca, we chance upon pictures of this quaint cafe on Instagram and it didn't take us long to decide on this place.


Vintage pieces (such as chinese antique plates) were tastefully arranged in this worn out wall of the pre-war shop house. Other than the unique ambiance of dining in a heritage building, the food was fabulous too.


It was quickly noted that they specialized in pancakes from savory ones with smoked duck to their desert pandan pancake paired with coconut & Gula Melaka (palm sugar).

 Original Pancake RM11.90

Pandan Pancake RM13.90

 Smoked Duck Pancake RM19.90

Chicken Bacon Egg Benedict served with soft warm bread.
love the hollandaise sauce that goes very well with the entire dish. RM18


55, Jalan Hang Jebat, 75200 Melaka, Malaysia
(along Jonker Street)
https://www.facebook.com/thedailyfixcafe


This is a super long overdue post from our minimoon!

Love Clubmed Kani for their beautiful beach, amazing water bungalow and their warm service!

One day when we are done with our round the world checklist.. I would love to be back here again ^^








in room breakfast every morning.


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Of course Maldives is more fun with activities!

 went parasailing
went on a snorkeling trip with Maldivian lobster lunch



and having fun on our own ^^

In Paradise.


3 Days 2 Nights is Never Enough for a Foodie in BKK! The city is filled with so much good food~
Been more than 10 years since the last time i set foot in Bangkok. Was pleased to see that so much has changed. There was definitely no platinum mall and hardly any cafes back then.

Platinum Mall Food Court

Imo, i think they have some of the best food around in their food court!! love the Oyster Omelette, Tom Yum Soup and their freshly baked Waffles (near the dessert and drinks stall) !!
Oysters does not have a fishy smell and awful after-taste, Tom Yum Soup is more sweet than spicy (the ones in SG typically screams SPICY in your face), Waffles are clearly made from fresh dough and not some ready made mixture.



SomTam Nua

Fried Chicken Wings and Grilled Pork Collar is so GOOD that we ordered a 2nd serving!! SomTam (Thai Papaya Salad) is also a must order (although i have tasted nicer ones on the street).

 fried chicken wings.. finger licking good! ^^
 salted egg somtam
grilled pork collar

Address: 989, Siam Center, 4th Floor, Rama 1 Road, Pathum Wan, Khet Pathum Wan, Bangkok, 10330, Thailand

After You Dessert Cafe

Told my friends to put this on our itinerary after hearing so much raves. Their Shibuya Honey Toast did not disappoint!! It was soooo gooood~ Crispy on the outside and soft and fluffy within.

Another favorite item on the list was the strawberry bingsu. Love it for the finest ice shaving we have probably tasted.



Address: G, Siam Paragon Shopping Center, 991 Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand

Sabx2 Wonton Mee
Don't understand the craze over their wonton mee. It may be just my bowl, the noodles are not flavorful nor even marinated. The oil/lard seems to be overpowering and my mouth feels oily after a few mouthful. For SGD4 ~ I don't think its worth the long wait. 
 BUT BUT .... 
The Pig Trotters Rice is DAMN AWESOME!!! The Knuckle is so tender and well braised. 
Yum Yum. 

Address:  6, 2/6 Soi Phetchaburi 19, Thanon Phaya Thai, Ratchathewi, Bangkok 10400, Thailand


Will be back in BKK again in May with a different group of frens. Looking forward!! ^^

Decided on Sushi Mitsuya for our little treat to start the year and I am glad it didn't disappoint.


There are 3 menu for lunch and we decided to go with the "Mizukagami 水鏡" set. At $100++, it comprises of Appetiser, Assorted Sashimi, Assorted Cooked Dish, 6 piece Sushi Medley, a
Makimono, Soup and Dessert.


 marinated sides of the scallops
Assorted Sashimi - cuttlefish, tuna, mackerel
 cod fish - cooked dish
 Hotate (scallops) with black salt and yuzu shaving.
Chef Sean explained that black salt is being used instead of soya sauce as the latter is more overpowering.



 uni!!! ^^

 oden
 minced maguro (tuna).
dessert was sesame cake with ice cream 

I would say the price is reasonable for the quality of the food and the service. Love how nicely the dishes were being executed. Definitely worth a re-visit.

Sushi Mitsuya
60 Tras Street, #01-01
Mondays ­– Saturdays: 1130pm – 3pm, 6pm – 11pm
Closed Sunday

Applied for my BTO since mid 2012 and so happy that I should be collecting keys to our crib this year end *cross fingers*

Been googling for lovely pictures, pining ideas on Pininterest. Des & I have decided on coastal modern theme with soft hues of blue, white, grey and some woody finish. Hopefully it would give us a spacious, warm and relaxed feel.

Some Pics to Share!