When I first saw their ads for this drink, I was so excited to try it. It’s Baileys and Boba, and made by one of my favorites tea shops. I thought it was just a limited event so I didn’t expect to see it still on the menu when I was at Heytea. Without thinking, I ordered it. It’s quite expensive though. S$9.9 for this drink. Pricey indeed. But hey, it’s Baileys!
After waiting for about 10 minutes, I finally received my drink. It was when social distancing started to be implemented in stores so they didn’t have enough people to cater the orders that were coming. So, long queue for making the drinks was expected.
Unfortunately, the taste didn’t live up to the long wait and the price. I barely tasted the Baileys and the I didn’t like the boba (it was kind of hard, not chewy). It tasted like a slush ice with a little bit of Baileys in it. At least, that’s what it tasted like for me. But, I saw many reviews saying it was nice, so it all comes back to personal preferences.
Have you tried it yourself? Please share your experience in the comment 🙂
I’ve seen this noodle place at Upper Thomson shophouses area and been wanting to try it out but was not sure if they’re good (I didn’t check any review as well lol). But looking at their pic, the noodle seems very appealing to me. After I heard it from my friends, I decided to try it.. And WOW! I Love it!
The texture is springy, the original sauce is great AND every single topping is yummy.The wontons, chasiu, fish sausages, even the fried lard are also yummy (too bad they are very little though..).
This noodle has become my favorite noodle in Singapore now! If you haven’t tried it, you should!
After procrastinating since December 2019, we finally went to see the exhibition Disney: Magic of Animation at ArtScience Museum. The exhibition will last only until 29 March 2020 so if you haven’t visited it, you better do it soon. During this period, however, they will limit the time to 30 mins per visit to avoid too many people inside at the same time. When we were there it was empty so we could enjoy it with no rush. In the end, we spent around 1 hour inside the exhibition.
I hope you guys enjoyed the photos. Stay safe and stay home if you can. We need to stop the spread of the virus.
Tamago Kake Gohan! Been wanting to try this out but need a really fresh egg. Thankfully we found this restaurant that is relatively new in Novena Square. This supposed to be a breakfast menu in Japan, but heck, I had it for dinner instead. It uses raw egg but it doesn’t taste like raw egg. So yummy! I added Negitoro as topping. The trendy way to eat this is to add all the condiments (furikake and soy sauce) and mix it together. The fluffy white egg gives a mushy texture to the rice. Maybe I would like it even more if the white egg was not whipped (the traditional one as seen on Japanese Drama lol).