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Most of us in the legal fraternity would be familiar with the story of how Lyn Lee, who graduated from NUS Law in 1996, went on to establish Awfully Chocolate, which is now found all over Singapore and whose products

We had the opportunity to dine at Bonding Kitchen at Orchard Gateway late last year. In addition to being a 忘年会 (End of year party), we also were welcoming two recent additions to our department. So where else could they

Recently we were afforded the chance to sample Famous Treasure, a classy restaurant specializing in Nanyang cuisine – Chinese food of Teochew, Hokkien and Cantonese origins with influences from around South East Asia. Located on the second floor of Capitol

Famous Palace is a new dining concept by the Famous Dining Group. They offer a wide repertoire of dishes with Teochew, Hokkien, Cantonese, Hainanese and Peranakan influences. Nestled in the tranquil ambience of Seletar Country Club, Famous Palace is a hidden

Along with a group of friends, the author took a day trip across the Causeway with one aim in mind: to enjoy some good food. After some initial confusion (attributed to the early morning rendezvous time), the group safely made our

The Basque country, the homeland of the Basque people, is nestled at the border between Spain and France. The Basque people have their own language, culture and traditions – so it is no surprise that they have their own unique

Located in the historical Boat Quay in Singapore, La Belle Epoque is a newcomer to Singapore’s bustling and vibrant dining belt with patrons from the central business district after hours working office warriors and tourists crowd alike. The name “La

At the time of writing, the COVID-19 restrictions continued to put a damper on the recovery of F&B businesses, especially those located in the Central Business District. With that in mind, I made a trip down to the Jekyll &

There is certainly no shortage of restaurants and bars in and around the Central Business District but the Telok Ayer district is a favourite of mine. Although it’s just a short walk from the ubiquitous glass and steel structures of

Back then in the 1960s, the Keong Saik area was a red-light district with many brothels run by secret societies. In present times, it is home to some of the most vibrant eateries and bars in Singapore. The conservation shophouses