I know I suppose to rest at home. But I just cant bear to waste time away.
So I brought out the ingredients and pans, and got busy in the kitchen the whole afternoon.
I have pinned up this recipe for a while now. Never really get to it. Until last week, when I was looking through recipes and decided to make this for my friend’s birthday.
It was not as complicating as I imagine it would be.
It was a Saturday. I wanted to stay away from the crowd.
So, I brought my friend here for lunch; had our desserts; had my coffee.
Engrossed, chatting away; four hours fllew by.
That was the reason why I had chose this social enterprise little cafe opposite of NLB.
Not only it is located right in downtown.
Unlike others the chains of cafes, which would probably be crowded and noisy for weekends, it’s more conducive to have a good lunch; to have a good catch up with an old friend.
I know setting up any business in this red dot is exorbitantly expensive. But Im sure there are some filthy rich folks out there would could afford that. Seriously, we really need more of these indie cafes to create more flavours and colours to the scene.
Does these coverages warrant great food?
This little Japanese bakery has created quite an amount of hype in some food blogs.
As a result, it naturally builds a curiousity in me.
After few rounds of rescheduling, we finally made it to make our way to this little bakery.