Thursday, December 24, 2009

Cova @ Paragon, 290 Orchard Road #01-20A/24/25

Citibank Promotion All You Can Eat Dessert! Order one main course and you can have all the desserts for free! I eagerly finished my Salmon Ravioli (fourth picture) and went to the cake display and basically pointed out every type of small pastries and a few of the slices of cakes. And they were all super yummy. It was like a dream come true! Thanks to Eva, the card owner (my friend of course) who invited me.

Salmon Ravioli ($28, service charge and GST excluded), super nice but small portion. Ok though if you are going to have a big big portion of desserts afterward.
Crayfish Tagliatelle ($32, service charge and GST excluded). Eva said it was so-so only.

Sunday, December 20, 2009

Durian Mpire

Mini Durian ($3). Very nice, much nicer and worth the money than Durian Premier.

Durian Puff (6 for $4.80). Not bad but sort of predictable.

Saturday, December 19, 2009

::Durian Mpire

Durian Premier ($3.50). Not recommended as it didn't taste good and wasn't worth the money at all.
Durian Pudding ($2.20)
::Mos Burger
Fish Marinade Burger ($3.60)

A Break from A Hectic Day

Baked Apple Tart ($9.80)
Creme Brulee ($8.80)
::Yaki Yaki Bo
Ebi Okonomiyaki ($10.90)
Sashimi Salad ($6.90)
Puri Puri Prawn ($2.50)

Sunday, December 06, 2009

Gourmet Carousel, Royal Plaza on Scotts, 25 Scotts Road

All are priced at $7, exclusive of taxes.

Royale Jasmine (Copied from their website: Infuse Jasmine chocolate cream with hazelnut rice krispie, chocolate almond sponge with manjari chocolate mousse)

Sunset - Signature (Dark chocolate mousse with orange crème Brule and nougatine of sesame, chocolate sponge)

Ispahan (A La Pierre Herme), with description as follows: Bisquit macaroon (note: again, this is supposed to be macaron) a la rose, crème au beurre a la rose with lychee and fresh raspberries.
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