Singapore has the most amazing little pockets of hidden food establishments and I think this only goes to show the lengths we go to for good food. Wimbly Lu, primarily a dessert and chocolate cafe, resides whimsically along Jalan Riang, right in the middle of a secluded private estate. At slightly over a year old, they continue to draw crowds in for their quality yet very reasonably priced handmade dessert and chocolate creations.
Sometimes, there are so many new dazzling eateries in town that we forget to look a little harder for a place to rest our feet or grab a light meal. Tucked in a little obscure corner at Ngee Ann City is one such place, Toast by Marmalade Pantry.
The Malaysian Food Street at Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) house many famous and good eats from Malaysia but the one that got my mum excited was Fung Wong Confectionery from KL, a home based business that has more than 100 years to their name. And contrary to what people had been raving about (their char siew siew bao mainly), I was given specific instructions to come back with Kaya Koks, also known as Kaya Puffs?