Wednesday, 25 September 2013

Rokeby - Bistros


Rokeby is located in Serangoon neighborhood offer Australian gourmet food and a variety of Australian beer and wines. They serve main and Brunch at different timings. Do check it out before going to avoid disappointment.

Special menu can be seen from the chalkboard

Desserts available:

Molten Lava Cake - Not bad
Sticky Date Pudding with Salted Caramel Sauce - Not bad
Home-Made Tiramisu with Bailey’s - Must try
Choc Banana Cake with Salted Caramel Sauce - Not bad


Full Monty Brekkie includes 2 eggs (scrambled/sunny side/overeasy), 2 bratwurst, 2 bacon strips, a hashbrown, a tomato slice, 2 slices of bread and salad side. The bratwurst was juicy and chewy. The  scrambled eggs were simply incredible. Bacon were not too dry, still moist. Overall, this dish is great.

Waffles (Fruits & Nutella) - Waffles are super nice, soft and crispy. It is a regret that the amount of Nutella given are too little. If not, it will be wonderful.

Eggs Benedict - Big serving, 2 eggs, 2 hams, hollandaise sauce that's thick and creamy unlike what you'd usually find in other cafes. Truly delicious if you like the hollandaise sauce. If not, please don't order this dish, it will simply be a waste.


***Golden Calamari Rings - Super highly recommended, even the staff also strongly recommend this dish. I know this is finger food, but the calamaris are fried nicely. Crispy on the outside, chewy feeling of the calamaris. Really really worth the try to taste. Dip into the mayonnaise sauce for awesome eating pleasure.

Linguine Vongole in White Wine Sauce - Pasta cooked just right, not too soft. The sauce is more to the creamy side and is yummy. Will not recommend if you do not prefer creamy food.

Fish & Chips - Not really fantastic dish, dory fish and fries does not presented a deep impression to me, so does the flavour.  

Truffle Fries - standard tasting, not much excitment. Cant really taste truffle from the fries. 

In House special - Chai Tea Latte. More Tea flavour compare to coffee which is not too bad. You will be able to taste more cinnamon. This is not in the standard menu, try it if it is available.  


Tuesday to Saturday 12pm-930pm
Sunday 330pm-930pm


Tuesday to Saturday 9am-12pm
Sunday 9am-3pm

Verdict: 4 /5

  • Taste(3)
  • Environment(5)
  • Service(4)
  • Clean(4)

  • Price(3)

Staffs are courteous and interactively, hot pipping food are served, value for money as they dont charge GST & Service Charge!!!!!!

Spending: around $24 / pax

Friday, 20 September 2013

Chye Seng Huat Hardware - Coffee place

Chye Seng Huat Hardware, from the outside looks like a run-down hardware shop, but you will discover a  coffee bar once you passby the metal fences. In addition to the coffee bar, there is a roastery, a coffee school and a private coffee tasting room. This is one of the most popular cafes/coffee places in Singapore right now.

Beside coffee, you can also find desserts like cakes and muffins available for your coffee as companions. Proper food such as salmon sandwich, Ham Omelette or Pancake Stack are available for ordering.

Already fully packed when I reached

Cappuccino - Aromatic coffee smell, smooth taste. This is the best coffee i ever tasted yet  

French Toast with banana  - Toast is soft and chewy on the inside, crispy on the outside. Caramel syrup is poured generously, making the toast sweet.

Chocolate cake - Very rich chocolate taste, cant help but need another serving.

Coffee appreciation in progress

Toliet to remind employee of hygiene

150 Tyrwhitt Road
Singapore 207563

Tel: +65 6396 0609

Opening hour:
Tue to Thu: 9am – 7pm
Fri to Sun: 9am – 10pm

Verdict: 4/5

  • Taste(5)
  • Environment(5)
  • Service(4)
  • Clean(4)

  • Price(3)

Super Coffee taste, aromatic.
Great place to chill too.

Price - around $15/ pax

It's Clay Time! - Clay making shop/Ingredients shop

It's Clay Time! 

I happened to chance upon this shop during my trip to KSL mall, so decided to blog it. It's Clay Time sell all kind of clays, tools and ingredients for clay making. It you need equipments for clay or sculpture making, head on down to take a look. 


Cool. Suitable for wedding or anniversary gift

The figurines really look real. Cant believe they are made of clay.

Real or clay? What do you think?

This is super cool, One piece "Sunny"!!

Clay making lesson is available at this shop. If you are interested, you can try for 3 sessions at RM 120 only. Really worth the price.

Monday, 16 September 2013

Centre Satay Bee Hoon - 中心沙爹米粉 (Ang Mo Kio)

Centre Satay Bee Hoon - 中心沙爹米粉 
(Ang Mo Kio)

Located at the food center of Ang Mo Kio central, this stall can be easily overlook since it is not decorated outstandingly. But, the satay Bee Hoon which they sell is really tasty.

The Pro - Mdm Tan, preparing the dish

Self help please

The satay Bee hoon is served with a variety of ingredients, the white mee hoon, pork, cuttlefish, kangkong, clams and tau pok. The chewy cuttlefish is translucent and crunchy, a lot of hard work are put in to prepare the cuttlefish. The satay sauce is thick and delicious. You can savour the taste of the freshly roasted peanuts and the rich aroma it give out. It really play an important role in this dish, enhancing the taste and look. This dish is really one of the great local delicacies.

The Bee Hoon is not soggy when serve. The cooking timing is handled accurately.

Operating Hour:

Wed to Mon: 11.00 am - 9.00 pm
Closed on Tue

Verdict: 4/5

Sauce is tasty and go well with the combination of the ingredients and Bee hoon. 

Price - $3.50 (small) - $4.50 (Big)

Sunday, 15 September 2013

Rocher Beancurd - Singapore delicacy

Really must try. Beancurd serve either hot or cold. Order the hot beancurd, you will taste the bean fully. Dough stick is also another must order dish. The dough stick is crispy on the outside and chewy in the inside. 

Verdict : 4.5 /5 Forget about other version. This is the real beancurd

  • Taste(5)
  • Environment(4)
  • Service(4)
  • Clean(4)
  • Price(4)

Price - around $2