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25 popular cafes in Singapore and their opening hours this Chinese New Year 2019

25 popular cafes in Singapore and their opening hours this Chinese New Year

Happy Chinese New Year to all my readers! For those who need a daily dose of caffeine, hope this guide perks you up and gives you the stamina to chiong through all those CNY visits, and the alertness to swiftly fend off any awkward questions that tend to be asked at this time of the year! Please share this post because sharing is caring! And read my cafe reviews here.

Also read my post on Chinese New Year 2019 opening hours for supermarkets, shopping malls, food courts, cafes and restaurants. If you want opening hours information for kopi places like ToastBox and Yakun, you’ll find it in that link.

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Antoinette’s new menu for 2018 scores again with its savoury dishes.

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Dining at Antoinette is always a very pleasant affair. In this Instagram era where F&B’s pop-up and close down as fast as you can count, Antoinette gives you the feeling that it is here to stay. I’ve personally visited at least 10 or so times over the last few years? What amazes me is that Chef-Owner Pang Kok Keong seems to show no limits when it comes to introducing new dishes to his menu. All restaurants have to do that from time to time, but Chef Pang comes up with numerous dishes that are not only pretty to the eye (or camera), but taste good as well. Simply put, these are dishes I would return again to have.

This time round, I thought the new appetisers and main dishes stood out. My favourites from this lot has got to be the double prawn linguine, the wagyu beef tagliatelle, the baked rigatoni and the black bait. I’m quite sad to see last year’s Hakka inspired dishes go, but at least we have these new ones to look forward to.

Antoinette - Double Prawn Linguine $28 (1)

 Double Prawn Linguine $28

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Kakuida’s Kurozu : Healthy yet delicious donuts, it’s true!

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If you walk past the newly opened Kakuida’s unassuming storefront at Icon Village opposite Tanjong Pagar MRT station, you might be forgiven for thinking that this is yet another shop selling donuts and tea drinks. But the key difference here is that every single item sold at Kakuida’s is infused with a dose of healthy Japanese black vinegar, aka Kurozu in Japanese.

Kakuida's Kurozu (4)

Kurozu has been around for more than 200 years, dating back to the Edo period (1800s). The health benefits of kurozu include:

  • Detoxifies the liver
  • Relieves stress and body fatigue by breaking down lactic acid
  • Stabilises blood pressure
  • Boosts metabolism and facilitates better blood circulation
  • Promotes digestion and reduces constipation

and the list goes on, of which you can read about here.

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What is open during Chinese New Year 2018?

Read What is open during Chinese New Year 2019 here!

Here’s 365days2play’s annual list of supermarkets, malls, clinics, food courts, and kopi/cafe places that are open during the CNY period! Hope you find it useful. If the supermarket or shopping centre in Orchard road is not listed here, it’s because the information is not available (yet)! You can also check the 2017 guide and 2016 guide for reference.

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wishes all a prosperous and wonderful Chinese New Year 2018!



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Where to have an affordable Christmas Dinner for about $30+!

Christmas Dinner

Christmas is a time for celebrating, but the last thing you want is to feel like a pauper the rest of the year. If you want to have a cheap Christmas meal and you don’t want to cook, here are some restaurants and cafes to consider. Also read my article on 15 places to have Festive Afternoon Tea, because afternoon tea is cheaper than Festive Buffet Lunch or Dinner!

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