Wimbly Lu

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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.

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Pictorial: Eats and sights in Venice

Venice is such a pretty place, with no cars at all, but lots of boats, bridges, water and walking instead. Perfect for burning off some Italian carbs! Italians were just taking their time to enjoy some caffe or dessert after eating, we had wine every meal, dined by the river and had a wonderful time. Do note that many restaurants have cover or service charges but you can still spot some without!

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Very nice tiramisu, though there seems to be some custard included.

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The colourful island of Burano…

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Wine Connection Deli & Bistro

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Wine Connection has always struck me as a pub, and one that expats like to frequent, judging by their evening crowd. So to my amazement one Friday night, I discovered it is actually so much more! It’s a casual bistro that serve a small menu of simple western mains, pastas and desserts, a wine shop, and cheese specialty shop all rolled into 2 adjacent shop spaces at Robertson Walk.

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