The Search for Great Places in Singapore, part two.
Day 2 of the staycation.
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Haji Lane, Bugis.
Famous for its wall art, colorful store fronts and boho vibe, it was a good place to visit after the previous day’s cafe escapades.
Cupcakes from My Fat Lady. Sticky Date Pudding & Red Velvet. Yum.
I find myself developing a liking for rattan baskets.
The street filled with quaint eateries and restaurants.
Had lunch at Maison Ikkoku at Kandahar Street. Coffee was good, Salmon Florentine was even better 🙂
The uncle who runs this quaint little shop/museum was very friendly. His store was filled with vintage goodies.
Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple. Ever popular, always packed.
After dropping off my rolls at Triple D, I chanced upon this Korean supermarket down the row of shops.
I cannot begin to describe how happy I was when I found my long-lost 쌀대롱 in the store.
Now I know where to go when I want my kimchi pancake.
Everything in the store was priced rather close to what I got in Seoul. Except for the alcohol 😦
Kimchi, from Shine Korea Supermarket.
And with said kimchi, I made dinner. It was the all important missing ingredient that finally made the home-cooked korean noodles complete.
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Happy Source: Bugis, Singapore