Monthly Archives: July 2012

Saigon Sandwich – Authentic Vietnamese Food in Singapore #10

Saigon Sandwich – The new kid on the block in the world of banh mi (Vietnamese sandwich). The cafe is opened by an investment banker and his Vietnamese wife. The missus family has a baguette bakery in Saigon where they pick up their baking skills from. The café offers several banh mi options and a couple of Vietnamese favourites like spring rollsRead More

#CookForFamily Initiative

Image provided by Daniel Ang Twice as Delicious will participate in the #CookForFamily initiative – Yes we LOVE to cook for our families. Do look forward to our posts on 6th Aug 2012. For more details on this initiative – Read Singapore Yahoo Singapore food bloggers unite to #CookForFamilyRead More

Hot Star Large Fried Chicken (豪大大雞排) – Finally in Singapore

豪大大雞排 is a star attraction in 士林夜市, Taipei. It is a satisfying snack that is definitely worth making a beeline for. I was thrilled when I heard that it’s finally coming to Singapore. Long queues – just like in the Taipei night market. 豪大大雞排 has a bigger menu in Singapore.  The famous fried chicken came in several flavours i.e seaweed,Read More

[Ho Chi Minh City] Cuc Gach Quan – Homestyle Vietnamese Favourites

Cuc Gach Quan is my most frequented restaurant in Saigon. And no, I can’t pronounce the name. This is one of the safest choices to bring visitors for wholesome Vietnamese food - Even Brangelina visited this restaurant in their Saigon trip! Cuc Gach Quan is so popular that reservations is a must. Having the experience of being turned awayRead More

[LCB] Basic Pastry Week 5,6,7,8 & 9

And this marks the end of Basic Pastry at LCB. It has been an enjoyable (and somewhat relaxing & therapeutic) journey so far – hence, it is not at all a difficult decision to continue on to Intermediate Pastry next term….watch this space for more sugary/buttery treats!Read More

[Ho Chi Minh City] La Fenetre Soleil – Timeless Charm

La Fenetre Soleil is one gorgeous, stylish café located in the heart of Saigon. The café is located very near Vincom Center (Less than 3 minutes away) but I had a hard time finding the café as the shop numbers are not in order.  You have to look real hard in order not to miss the small signboard. Similar toRead More