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Batter Fluffy Flaps @ East Coast Road, Singapore


We were always hesitant to try this place for dinner as it looks too much like a dessert place.  But since it is my boy’s birthday and he loves dessert, we decided to try.

Well, the results…the kids were happy (according to my boy, he has never felt so full before!) and we believe we will come back again.

Teriyaki chicken wrap (with pancake) – yummy chicken, good portion size

Pancake burger with egg and cheese

Spaghetti with prawns in spicy sauce…yummy (yes, there are non-pancake dishes on the menu too)

Highlight of the meal – Oreo pancake + chocolate chips ice-cream + crushed oreo….I only got to have 1/3 of these, my boy insisted on finishing all the rest. :pIMG_0411

Bruno’s Pizzeria & Grill @ Tanjong Katong Road, Singapore


A very popular Italian restaurant in the neighbourhood.  Delicious food, generous portion and affordable price. Don’t expect to find a table without reservation on the weekend!

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Beef carpaccio with truffleIMG_1445

Egg plant lasagne
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Squid ink spaghetti  with prawns in tomato sauce – spaghetti was al dente; prawns were fresh and juicy
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Ham and mushroom pizzaIMG_1450

 

They offer value for money lunch sets and we tried their $13.90 sets the other day…

Garden salad with beet root and cheese
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Cream of carrot soup

Mushroom aglio olio   

Italian sausage pizza

Anantara Bangkok Riverside Resort Hotel @ Bangkok, Thailand


As this trip was with kids and was their first time in Bangkok, we opted for a resort instead of a city hotel such that we could do both sightseeing and chill out at the resort. Hotel was dated but rooms were clean. It was a few days before Christmas but it did not feel crowded in the resort. The free shuttle boat was very convenient. Asiatique is just on the other side of the river and we went there for dinners and shopping instead of going into the city. Buffet breakfast was good, a lot to choose from and wide selection. We also tried the coffee shop which did very good pastries; the Italian restaurant, Brio and the Japanese restaurant, Benihana.

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Spa – not cheap at all but didn’t bother to go to the city for it. I tried the herbal compress massage, very relaxing.
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Beautiful night view from the hotel, Asiatique on the other side.
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