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Hai Di Lao The high level of service, cleanliness and pampering surprises at Hai Di Lao Hotpot would probably make it a subject of hospitality study even at its maiden Singapore outlet. Very popular in China, the hotpot chain opened its first overseas outpost at Clarke Quay about two weeks ago.
Popular hotpot chain from China opened an outlet at Clarke Quay with similar pre-meal services like manicure, drink and snacks, and games.
14 Jan 2013 08:22:14
The Old Brown Shoe 619f Bukit Timah Road Singapore Contact: 6468 4626
11 Jan 2013 08:32:54

Sin Mui Heng uses only the finest and freshest ingredients to make their Dim Sum and this has kept customers coming back for more.
Evan Tay
Director, Business Development
(Local & Overseas)
10 Jan 2013 14:20:59
Cedele @ 100AM
100 Tras Street
Level 01-13, 100 AM
Singapore 079027
The Fluffy Blueberry Pancakes is good!!!!
10 Jan 2013 09:15:20
Lai Huat Sambal Fish Restaurant
4 to 6 paxs for $79.90
9 Jan 2013 18:15:18
Bistro Du Vin aims to give diners an authentic French dining experience in Singapore at 1 Scott Road. Established in July 2009
9 Jan 2013 13:14:20
Nyonya Kueh and cookies are hand made and individually packed with painstaking details. We promise to deliver our products freshly made and with the highest quality.
Call 9796 1410/6573 6744 now to order your Nonya Kuehs,
9 Jan 2013 09:17:09
Old Hong Kong Restaurant Singapore
I enjoy a good old Chinese dinner. One of my recent recurring visits to a chinese restaurant was to Old Hong Kong Taste.
1 Maju Avenue
Singapore 556679
# 02-01
Contact: 68343013
9 Jan 2013 09:11:15
Nyonya & Baba Peranakan Cuisine serves all types of traditional Peranakan favourites, which are also available for catering. House specials include the Ayam Buah Keluak, Babi Pongteh, Udang Masak Nanas and Nyonya crayfish.
9 Jan 2013 09:04:35
Teck Neo Pineapple Tarts
01-303 Block 35 Telok Blangah Rise

This shop run by husband-and-wife duo (below, left) Shreen Peck, 57, and Gilbert Lim, 61, may be tucked away in a quiet corner of Telok Blangah but Peck’s succulent nyonya treats have been drawing the crowds since the shop opened a year ago.
Top picks here include yummy pineapple tarts that come in mini pieces ($16 for 50) or regular-sized ones ($15 for 25). Up to a thousand tarts are sold each weekend, say the couple.
8 Jan 2013 08:58:03
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