Mothers' Day Celebration at Super Thai Singapore by Soi Aroy & MYO Restobar + Café hopping at Coexist Coffee Co. & Café Kreams

It’s been 2 years since our whole family can dine out together. Together with my siblings, we organized a Mother's Day celebration session for Mommy at the Super Thai Singapore by Soi Aroy which is located along Upper Aljunied Road.

I am glad that my family enjoyed the dinner! We took a family portrait at the premises. 

As MIL loves Cantonese cuisine, Baby and I decided to bring her to MYO Restobar which is located on the 19th floor of Oxley Tower for this year's Mother's Day Celebration!

We had the signature dish, Kia Hiang Claypot Spring Chicken. It is a nostalgic and traditional dish, which is famous for its juiciness and rich herbal broth!

Apart from that, we had Tofu and Pork Ribs as well. The damage was around SGD70.

I had a girls’ date out with S, and we settled at Coexist Coffee Co., which is located within the Lifelong Learning Institute. It's a short five-minute walk from Paya Lebar MRT StationThis outlet makes it more convenient for Easties like us to get our dinner and coffee/tea fix! I love the massive two-storey Roastery Café with a chic and cosy ambience. It serves good coffee in a comfortable space.

We ordered a Pulled Pork Burger and a plate of Spaghetti Aglio e Olio with Prawns! The damage was about SGD65 for 2 mains and a cup of Decaf Mocha and a cup of Houjicha Latte.

We ended our night with a wefie! Thanks S for the lovely companionship, do keep in touch and loves you always!

Together with R, A and E, and we went out for a girl's night out on a random Fridate. We settled our meal gathering at Café Kreams which is located within Maxwell Chambers, and this Autumn Themed Korean Café is definitely not to be missed. 

I was immediately drawn to the café's entire ceiling, as it was bedecked in autumnal shades of red, orange, yellow and brown, which made me feel like I had been transported to Korea during the fall season The strategically-placed tree trunks around the space also added to the aesthetic. It was still comfortable to have a girls’ night out! This autumnal experience was truly one-of-a-kind, and it would be a great place for gathering with friends or to go on your couple date. 

We ordered a few sharing portion dishes to share among us!

The damage was about SGD167-ish After almost 3 hours of non-stop chatting, we ended our night with a delightful note! Looking forward to more girls’ night out!

My recent lunch with my lunch kakis, and we settled our meal at King of Fried Rice which is located at Golden Mile Tower. I had a plate of yummy Pork Chop Fried Rice.

Luckily, we came early, as once we had made our orders, a long queue formed and all the available tables were full within 5 minutes of us sitting down. Sitting is limited as well, and I would recommend you get a seat first before even considering to order!

The fried rice is pretty delicious and the pork chop is akin to the ones found at 'DTF'. If you do come here, I highly recommend avoiding peak hours!

I end my post with a yummy Orh Nee Croissant from June Bakery. Thanks VN, my colleague for getting this for me as my brekkie at work!


Wow. This autumn cafe looks great.

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