Dotty’s Pastries & Coffee | carol_herbert

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OKay! Hope you have read my post on Ayam Lejen . If you didn’t,,, go back to my previous posts and read it !!! hahahaha … and my other previous posts also. Dotty’s was part of my kl food plan when i plan to come down . It was also one of my bestie birthday as well so we (close friends) decided to throw her a lil surprise. I was supposed to meet her like on a random meet up since i am down in Kl . But then who knows she on the other hand didn’t know a group was waiting behind her back to celebrate her birthday. I randomly searched on a good place for tea time in Kl with a must try background research as i am into trying new things. And hence a few came up to the listing of my Google search. Thank to Google!!!! Dotty’s caught my eye as i am into vintage based interior designing cafes and definitely good pastries and coffee. I read a couple of reviews and they had pretty much good plus points. Decision made, i decided to call the cafe and make my bookings. The person in charge was so kind enough to take my reservation as they strictly say they don’t take reservation and is based on walk ins only. I really cant do walk ins as i was coming from Johor and i will be devastated to not get a sit in this cafe. The supervisor was wiling to reserve a table for us providing we come early . I really thank God for his favor as i definitely know cafes in KL which has a large amount of customers die die also wouldn’t let you do any reservation. This cafe is definitely one of the must go back cafes for me.

Anyways, most of my friends came from different part of KL and i myself came straight from the fried chicken festival that they had in KL so imagine my agenda of the day.. So hectic but full of food and fun. Later only GYM lahh…hahahaha… moving on… So we all gathered at Dotty’s and thankfully the birthday girl had some errands to run and she was kinda late so it was a good surprise for her. The boss actually kept for us all the signature pastries which again made me felt so special. They treated us so well. 100% for their hospitality and services.The place is small but always is full house. So be prepared to line up and don’t be rude. Just wait for your turn because the food is memang sedap ok???

We got to try their custard flavored with salted egg yolk, slightly more sweet than savory which costs about RM11. The cronut (croissant + doughnut ) is soft on the inside like a doughnut and flakey on the outside like a croissant. If you haven’t tried this amazing yet delicious stuff , you don’t know what you’re missing out on. The salted egg yolk mix has a smooth texture and there is a mix of saltiness to give you the hype of eating. We also get to try their Salted Egg Yolk Charcoal Cruffin (RM10). There isn’t much of the strong charcoal flavor , but its less sweet than the cronut and is balanced well with the salted egg yolk mix on top. We had other pastries which were fruit based and caramelious coma and i don’t know what else to say.. It was too GOODDDD!!!!! Can you just go and try it yourselves?? hahahahaha

We were satisfied at the end and her cake came out just in time . I will definitely recommend you guys to go and try this place out.

 

Address: 20, Jalan Tun Mohd Fuad 2, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, 60000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
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Ayam Lejen 2017 (FRIED Chicken Festival in Malaysia) | carol_herbert

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Ayam Lejen 2017 as mentioned was one of the first ever food festival in Malaysia that is fried chicken based. The two-day event was held at Ara Damansara LRT in PJ. I myself a foodie and an adventurous woman decided that hey,, why not give this event a try , since I love food like a lot, this event is prefect for me.

The organizers of the event, FriedChillies.com, said that they have searched high and low, and tested tens after tens of fried chickens in the Klang Valley to find the best ones.

According to the host, these vendors serve lejen-dary fried chickens in Klang Valley:

  • Broasted Chicken King – Keramat (Arabic spicy fried chicken)
  • Gerai Ah Kow – Kuala Lumpur (Sesame horlicks fried chicken)
  • Nasi Lemak Khora-Khora Ayam/Goreng Wak Kentut – Johor Bahru (Fried chicken nasi lemak)
  • Sweetree – Ampang (Spicy Korean fried chicken)
  • Nomms – Subang Jaya (Freestyle fried chicken popcorns)
  • KGB – Bangsar (Jalapeno salted duck egg buffalo wings)
  • Zainul Nasi Kandar – Petaling Jaya (Curry-styled fried chicken)
  • myBurgerLab – Seapark (Special fried chicken sliders)

I attended this event with some of my Nottingham friends. When we arrived it was kinda exciting because my stomach was growling smelling the fried chickens that had been served on every booth. We arrived about 11am plus. When we went to registration booth, we were given some goody bags which had cooking oil, water bottle and some brochures. Once we were done with the registration, we entered the event with so many ushers eyeing on us. On top of the friendly ushers smiling and welcoming you, you were needed to install Boost app. Details can found here on how well does this app function and we kinda got recommendation so yeah.. go check them out.

After installing the app, we had to go get our free gifts and juice. One thing that bothers me was there weren’t much sit(tables and chairs) left for us to sit as the sitting places were limited. If they were gonna expect more than 500 people and only have 4-6 tables which can accommodate less than 50 people. It sounds crazy to me?? How am I supposed to stand and eat my chicken? Maybe next year they should work on that, like get more chairs around or tables or even tikars’ if they want us to sit on the floor like the traditional those days. About publicity, I didn’t see much people as expected. To be honest, the event wasn’t greatly promoted. Not too sure what’s their targeted audiences but I personally didn’t see any advertisement besides SAY.COM . Facebook should be well used to be honest as good and exciting things spread fast and if you didn’t really use the platform well, it will be such a failure. They could even advertise it on the radio as I am pretty much sure most Malaysians tune in radio almost every day.

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So back to the event, the booths were set up well and every vendor had their fried chicken ready displaced. They had fun activities as well to get the crowd excited like chicken eating competition . IT was super funny and entertaining. I met some of my ex church friends there too. We couldn’t finished all the chicken so we kinda had to tapao the balance chicken for my friends that I were meeting next round. My preference was the Burgerlab ultraman mini burger and Arabic spicy fried chicken. I prefer my fried chicken to have a unique taste and definitely spicy. Anyways, we all have our own taste and preferences. I am just sharing what I like and dislike. The even overall was good to be honest. I hope that next year it will be better and more “Meriah” 🙂

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7D 6N Itinerary in Seoul | carol_herbert

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Many of you that are following would know i travel a lot and had done so many reviews based on what i experienced and encounter with.

Here is the summary of my travel experiences in Korea for week. You will have to click in the links to read on more . Traveling in Korea is a one major decision i made. I hope some of the places I went and explored could help some of you travelers. I blog for fun and always write straight forward.

Day 1

Korea Day 1: Chungmuro Station + Come On Guesthouse + Namsan Tower

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https://caroljeyakumar.wordpress.com/2017/05/03/korea-day-1-chungmuro-station-come-on-guesthouse-namsan-tower/

Day 2

Korea Day 2 : Gyeongbokgung Palace + Bukchon Hanok Village + Dongdaemun Design Plaza & Park

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https://caroljeyakumar.wordpress.com/2017/05/03/korea-day-2-gyeongbokgung-palace-bukchon-hanok-village-dongdaemun-design-plaza-park/

Day 3 + 4

Korea Day 3 + 4 : Jeonju + Hanok Village + Happy Memory

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https://caroljeyakumar.wordpress.com/2017/05/05/korea-day-3-4-jeonju-hanok-village-happy-memory/

Day 5

Korea Day 5 : Nami Island + Petite France

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https://caroljeyakumar.wordpress.com/2017/05/11/korea-day-5-nami-island-petite-france/

Day 6

Korea Day 6 : Lotte World

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https://caroljeyakumar.wordpress.com/2017/05/22/korea-day-6-lotte-world/

Day 7

Korea Day 7 : Incheon International Airport 

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pack and head back home 🙂

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Korea Day 6 : Lotte World | carol_herbert

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Strawberries were our breakfast and I went to get my coffee at one the back lane cafes they had. Once I got my coffee, we headed to the subway to get our butts to Lotte World. From Chungmuro, we took the subway towards Dongdaemun Historical Park and then headed to Jamsil. Jamsil is much nearer to Lotte World. We had to find South Gate Entrance in order to get into the theme park. When we reached Lotte World, it was like a mall attached to a hotel attached to a shopping area. I was pretty confused and was kinda walking all around following Evon.hahahahha…We stopped by a accessories shop that were having 50% discounts. Crazily bought some accessories and then headed to get our tickets. Once we entered, the feeling was as if I was entering Disneyland in LA. I was so excited. We got the map and got ready to play all the games and crazy out of this world rides and thank goodness the que wasn’t too long. God’s mercy is always with us. We went on rides and roller coasters and I bet Erica and Elaine were scared to death. I need to get a gopro soon for our next adventure then only I can capture all those crazy rides we went on. The main rides were outdoors and were called Magic Island. It was freezing but we enjoyed all the rides.

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We left for Myeongdong after that. We had dinner at one of the Chinese restaurant and went on mainly for the street food. We shopped till we dropped in Myeongdong. Like seriously!!! I went to get my Innisfree products and got some tax refund. Not bad huh?? I also got some masks and some face soaps also. Evon and I went and tried this grilled lobster with cheese.

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It cost us about 15000won, meaning about RM60 so we had to share. It was too ridiculous for us to pay each for a lobster. Hence, we decided to share. Two bites gone a pay for a day. Sad right .hahaha….what to do?? With our currency dropping, we can’t afford to waste money just like that. We had to choose wisely on what to spend on and what not to. After shopping and eating and being content with whatever we have, we headed back home happily and satisfied. We rushed to pack and had to get ready all our things as we need to wake up early and head out to get the first subway by 5.30am.

Our flight was at 9.30am so we had to be at the airport to check in and make sure we didn’t have to run for our lives as how we did when we took our flight from Malaysia. We bathed and wore whatever we need so that when we get up, we just need to have breakfast and straight check out and head out. What a week of journey we had in Seoul. I lost my dad’s Innisfree at the airport because I forgot to check the facial wash in. It was 180ml and wasn’t allowed in. I pleaded and beg the person but we ought to follow the rules so yeah. I had to throw it away. My money was gone just like that! HMMPPHHH next time, make sure you check your hand carry bag and make sure you don’t carry any liquid more than 100ml. i HAD LEARN A BIG LESSON FROM HERE.

My next trip will be to Krabi, Thailand.

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Korea Day 5 : Nami Island + Petite France | carol_herbert

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We woke up pretty early, got our breakfast and did our laundry. Breakfast was the usual bread with strawberry jam. And yes!! Coffee. I got my to go coffee almost every day since they have a lot of cafés to try with.What could I say about Nami Island or should I say Namiseom Island (남이섬 종합휴양지)? Namiseom Island is 63 km away from Seoul in the direction of Chuncheon, and is famous for its beautiful tree-lined roads. We took a bus from Gapyeong to Nami ticketing centre and took a ferry to Nami Island. The place was very cold and it was still winter. You can take the zipwire into Nami but it will cost you about 38,000 won. Crazily expensive for a short time thing that was why we acted sanely and took the ferry instead.

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There was also hardened snow that we could play and take pic with. The place was filled with tourist from different nation. My worlds!! I could see the entire world in Nami. One funny thing happened was there were this China people who were willing to take our pics and they talked to us in Mandarin thinking we knew their language. The whole entire Nami Island was like a mini adventure I would say.

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They gave us a map to follow and to make sure we had seen the entire Nami and wouldn’t miss any tourist spot. We started at the entrance and followed the map heading towards the winter sonata place of shooting. It was a mandatory spot for us to go and see for ourselves. There were also ostriches and birds going around pecking for food. Since its winter, the stomach gets hungry often. Even we humans also are always finding for food to eat at odd hours due to the coldness. We stopped by a stall to get some hot-dogs to nibble on while waiting for lunch. Thousands of pics we took and I was already exhausted . I don’t know how models do it with photo-shoots. I can’t even stand for just few hours.

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Our stomachs were growling as we were walking nonstop the whole entire morning. We went and tried Korean packed lunch boxes ~ Dosirak. The lunch boxes were packed lunch boxes, usually made with seaweed, kimchi, sausage, gochujang, egg and rice. Actually ‪‎this is a traditional culture in ‪‎Korea. At the older generation, Korean parents prepare Dosirak for their children as they go to school. Children put their Dosirak on the charcoal burner and keep it warm until lunch time. Nowadays, Dosirak is the childhood of many Koreans.

 

After lunch we left for Petite France around 4pm. We rushed because if we were late and reached there by night, we can’t take nice pics with the buildings. We boarded the bus and headed straight there. A French cultural village set in the Korean countryside! Petite France serves as both a French cultural village and a youth training facility (Goseong Youth Training Center), and consists of 16 French-style buildings where visitors can lodge and experience French food, clothing, and household culture. The concept of Petite France encapsulates ‘flowers, stars, and the Little Prince.’

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The village contains a memorial hall dedicated to Saint-Exupery, the author of the celebrated French novel, Le Petit Prince (1943) and as such it is called the Little Prince theme park. It also has a gallery displaying sculptures and paintings of le coq gaulois (the Gallic rooster), the national symbol of France; Orgel House where a 200-year-old music box plays a sweet melody; a shop that sells herbal and aromatic products; a souvenir shop; and many other locales where you can experience French culture. The village can accommodate up to 200 visitors with 34 guest rooms that hold four to ten people each. The history of the place is just magnificent. Petite France was also featured on many dramas and variety shows, such as Beethoven Virus, Secret Garden, and Running Man. We toured till around 8pm then left for Gapyeong. From Gapyeong we left for Cheongnyangni Station. We had dinner a School Food and then went on shopping at Lotte Mart in Cheongnyangni Station. Lotte Mart was like a heaven to me. Everything is so cheap and delicious and eye-catching. Even the cheap snacks were out of the mind and shoju was about RM4 there compared to Malaysia is around RM25 per bottle. Can you see the difference? I went shopping like a mad woman and went home with 2 bags full. I don’t know how I survived coming back to the guesthouse at the wee hours , cold and frozen but happy because I bought souvenirs for all.

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Korea Day 3 + 4 : Jeonju + Hanok Village + Happy Memory | carol_herbert

Day 3, we took the earliest bus to Jeonju. We bought our breakfast on the way from 7Eleven. Jeonju is like a 2 hours and a half journey from Nambu Express Bus Terminal. The journey was smooth and we got to stop at one of the rest areas to pee and to get some hot food. There I tried this amazing hot honey pancake called Hotteok (호떡). It is like a sweet tasting pancake and it was filled with honey inside and fried on the pan. One hotteok costs about 1000won and it is cheap I would say for such a snack food. We reached Jeonju just in time for lunch and to check in into our hotel, Happy Memory Guesthouse. We will only staying here for a night so we just brought like a pair of cloth to change for the next day. Hard core right our travelling??

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Our Korean friend Sehun brought us to Jeonju town for lunch and then we had to meet his pastor for dinner. We also went to visit on of the traditional Korean churches named Big Tree Church. The churches in Seoul had their own architecture and fine details that define one church element. The town was huge and full of things to see and do and eat. There were trees cover with beautiful fabrics and I thought it was to keep the tree warm as it was winter. Sehun told me that fabric is to attract insects during winter. The reason why tree barks were partly wrapped up is to protect them from insects that are looking for a warm place to snuggle for the winter and lay their eggs. There are similar straw mats used on pine trees in Japan called komomaki .The straw mats are taken off the trees in spring and burnt. So when the straw mats come off, that means its spring!

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Dinner we ate dakgalbi bokkeumbap. It is one of the traditional must try dishes in Korea. When they served us, it was like a big round pan with stir fried spicy chicken chunks with mozzarella cheese in the middle. Sehun taught me the way of how they eat this dish. You first need to take your chopstick and gather around like a ball of cheese while it’s still cooking. With that ball of cheese, you take it and scoop it up with a piece of meat and then wrap it together with any salad and its side dishes. You can eat the meat only or make a wrap with Korean lettuce and sauce (If you want, you can put garlic in it also). Make sure to leave room for fried rice (볶음밥, Bokkeumbap). Once you are done making cheese balls and eating almost half of the dish, then you can call the waitress to bring the rice and make some fried rice together with the cheese and meat. When the girl starts frying the rice, it is like those kimchi fried rice that we know of. After dinner, pastor then took us for a cup of coffee then we headed home walking. It was a fun night out and very cold one indeed. We went towards downtown for some shopping, Baskin Robin for some ice cream and went to sing karaoke after that. Sehun’s friends also joined in along. I was a bit shy because it was like meeting new people and I don’t do socializing fast with new people. Especially singing karaoke, I feel comfortable singing with the people I am already used to and I just meet them like few hours only. It was a bit awkward and I kinda refused to sing .hahaha..Introverts problem. But it was fun seeing them singing and hitting those really high notes. Korean people can really sing!

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The next day we slept in a little late as we were meeting up with another friend Kyeong Hee. We met up with her for breakfast and then headed to the market they had. She brought us to see Jeonju market and their town. It was very interesting and an eye opener. I am a person that is very interested in knowing other people’s culture and places. As you can see in my pics, we went some art places and those markets that sell so many unique foods. Located 10 minutes away from the Hanok Village, the Nambu Market is another place worth explore. Traces and bits of history can be found at the market. Ginseng, Herbal Medicine, fresh veggies and even bedding are available here at the indoor market. Soondae (Blood Sausage Soup) is the delicacy here — but too bad I just don’t know the art of appreciating pig blood sausage yet so I decided to give it a miss.

Around noon, we met up with some other friends and went for lunch at one of the restaurants in Jeonju town. We ate Budae jjigae (I think). It literally translates to army stew. During the U.S. occupation of Korea during the Korean War, locals were introduced to such American delicacies as Spam and hot dogs, and ended up making this bizarre and utterly tasty mishmash of Korean and American foods, starring random meats backed up by kimchi, ramen noodles, tofu, and more. It gets its spice from the kimchi, plus both gochugaru and gochujang. (The thinking goes: the spicier the better, because then you get to drink more beer.)

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Then we decided to hit for some Korean dessert. The Koreans brought us to Korean Dessert Café to try the original bingsu. I tried mango and almond. The ice milk they used to craft the ice cream is mainly shaved ice, milk, syrups, fruits, and a bunch of other ingredients it is called Bingsu. We also explored the street food such as octopus skewers, grilled cheese skewers and the colorful cotton candy. I would think I was insane by eating all those yummy food and my stomach could even take in as long as I am walking. HAHHAHA

Once our tummy is filled with all the amazing food and dessert, we headed to go and rent our traditional Hanboks. Hanboks are simply an example of traditional Korean dress. We searched high and low for cheap rentals as we were just going to rent it for an hour or so. Our itinerary was very tight and we were trying our very best to get a taste of Jeonju as fast as possible. Time wasn’t our best friend though. One of my friend spotted and asked for us whether we could at least rent the Hanboks for about KW10000 (it’s about RM38) . Thank God we found an aunty and uncle that were willing to rent at that price. Many shops were renting the hanboks and it as if they were having competitions and tourist like me will feel the pinch as our MYR isn’t helping to the extent we would just rent out to whatever price they say. We had to bargain and keep looking out for those cheap one.

The aunty was very nice. She suggested a few colors that suits our skin colors and made sure the size was right. I was gaining lots of weight because I was eating rice most of the time and my face was getting rounder and rounder. Thank goodness we all fitted in. My worst nightmare was nothing fits in, I will be so sad and devastated. I came all these way, crossing thousands of miles and nothing fits in?? I will sit and roll on the floor. We all fitted into our hanboks and headed towards the Hanok Cultural Village. It was a good hike to burn all those calories we gained. We were like the models for the day. Our friends were the official photographers and we were posing for no reason. It was very fun and tiring at the same time. One thing I know for sure is that the Koreans are very good at arts and crafts. The village’s walls were painted uniquely and each painting had its own taste. Certain items such as gas cylinder were also part of the arts where they painted it as 2 love birds. My pics will tell you guys the story. I was so mesmerized with the scenery and the people there. The old people I had come across apparently appears to be more healthy and stronger than us younger ones. Funny isn’t it? We explored the whole Hanok Village and took thousands of pics. Keeping time on track, we had to return the hanboks as we were only given an hour. After returning, we headed to down town to shop and explore and get some light souvenirs. We went for Korean BBQ buffet at one of the famous restaurants in Jeonju. We tried their Samgyupsal. Samgyupsal is another popular Korean meat dish that is enjoyed at home or at Korean restaurants that specializes in meat dishes. It consists of thick pork strips, served in the same fashion as galbi but there is no marination involved. It is usually cooked on a grill with pa muchim, kimchi, mushrooms, garlic, and onions and are consumed altogether. We had to wait for almost half an hour to be seated imagine that!! The meat served was humongous. They keep refilling the meat as we just sat down to eat. Come on!!! Give us like 5mins to breathe can?? hahahhaa… the meat was super fresh and meaty!! They serve with soy bean soup and several of side dishes. I ate my heart out. I felt as if I am gonna die due to fullness. After dinner, we took a cab and rushed to our bus station. We said our goodbyes to Sehun and Kyeong Hee. It was sad but I know we will somehow go back to Korea soon because we aren’t done exploring Seoul to the fullest. We took our bus back to Chungmuro and slept in like a baby once we reached our guesthouse. We needed to rest as the next day we need to explore Nami Island and Petite France.

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Happy memories Hotel

25 Munhwagwangjang-ro, Nosong-dong, Wansan-gu, Jeonju, Jeollabuk-do, South Korea

Jeonju Hanok Village

99 Girin-daero, Pungnam-dong, Wansan-gu, Jeonju, Jeollabuk-do, South Korea

Nambu Market

19-3 Pungnammun 1-gil, Jeonong 3(sam)-ga, Wansan-gu, Jeonju, Jeollabuk-do, South Korea

Weekend + OOTD | carol_herbert

The weekend is the only time i like where i could escape home and travel. So called a travel-kaki* i am so addicted to Singapore. It is the only place where you can find good authentic food and people from all around the world. This weekend in particular, was a farewell kinda thing. My godsister , Evon was leaving for her MBBS studies to Kelantan, Malaysia. She will be studying there for almost 5 years and then later decides whether she wanna specialized or just be a normal doctor will do.

While in Singapore, we didn’t subscribe to any data so we were kinda depending on stealing* restaurants wifi and like pretending we were lost tourist. Bahahaha..!!! so drama but yeahh…anyways….we stop to google where to eat first for lunch. And Evon suggested we go hunt for a good western food that we can’t really get in Johor. Then burgers started appearing in our brains, and we were like…okaY!! HUNT FOR BURGERSSSSS…..Crazy as we sounded , we managed to come across The Butcher’s Club Singapore in Clarke Quay . It was surrounded by a lot of ang mo*s and we predicted that the food must be at the level where you could satisfy the Americans and Europeans.

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Screenshot this amazing Instagram Stories.

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This is Evon 🙂

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My second model, Elaine 🙂

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They are photogenic huh…the power of sisters,,,,,

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Smiles everywhere 😀

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Wefie with the awesome burgers

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The Gambler

Then we took few buses to go to Bedok, which is the East of Singapore to have some desert. I was so looking forward to try Fat Cat Ice cream because first, it is affordable and second the flavor are just commendable. I mean , being an ice cream addict i know that mixing flavors , you really need the sparks and the right flavor.

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Fat Cat Cafe

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Cheap right?

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the amazing beer butter

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beer butter, assam tea and matcha sea salt

It was super delicious. We kinda ate the ice cream as our dinner. After that we took the bus straight to woodlands . At the customs, i don’t know why lah we got stuck for almost an hour. Elaine and Evon was like stuck because apparently one of the officers were new and he couldn’t scan one of the tourist passport. I saw him calling on the line for seniors to come and help but NO!! No one came to the rescue. My legs were so hurting as we were like walking the damn whole day. And now we had to deal with this?? Come on.. If you can’t scan it, at least move the fella aside lah. Why wanna make the rest que so long and wait . I really don’t get this system. They really must look into this matter because i have seen so many people got stuck just because of others.

We reached home like by 1am. By hook or crook , i managed to even drive back home sanely. Till the next adventure. Chao.

The Butcher’s Club Singapore

3A River Valley Road #01-01B
Clarke Quay
Singapore
179020

Opening hours

Everyday from 12pm | Until 10pm, Sun to Tues | 2am, Wed & Thur | 3am, Fri & Sat
Phone +65 6837 0675

Fat Cat Ice Cream Bar

Blk 416 Bedok North Avenue 2 #01-25, Singapore 460416

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