Category Archives: food/drink

Wordless Wednesday–A week in cell phone pictures

It’s been more of a “wordless week” than a Wordless Wednesday here at Expat Bostonians.  As our next trip home looms ever closer, I am trying to deal with a world of nonsense that comes with leaving home for almost … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday – Twelve Cupcakes

Twelve cupcakes is a relatively new yet delicious cupcake bakery in town.  Generally speaking, I find cupcakes and cakes here a disappointment, as Americans like a much sweeter cupcake than the local palate seems to enjoy.  But this is the … Continue reading

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Smokey’s BBQ

We’ve discussed previously that I’m not a foodie.  My lack of adventurous taste buds is one of the reasons I have sometimes reflected that I am the last person who should’ve been allowed to move abroad. However, can we talk … Continue reading

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O’Bama’s Irish Pub, Singapore

Yes, this really exists. photo—from google search You’re Welcome. Happy Saint Patrick’s Day.

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Casa Latina–Good Mexican Food comes to Singapore!

Allow me to open with—I don’t do a ton of food reviews because (A) I am super picky and don’t eat a wide variety of food and (B) there are people who review food far better than I do.  However, … Continue reading

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CUT–restaurant review

Ravi and I decided to celebrate our anniversary with a nice dinner, and while debating restaurants, Cut came up.  When my in-laws had last visited, Cut had just opened and we couldn’t get a reservation. I dropped by the restaurant … Continue reading

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Singapore Slings at the Raffles Hotel

More stories and pics from Boston to come later. My friend Jim is is from Boston and on his first day in Singapore, we did something I’ve been meaning to do for the past year.  We got Singapore Slings at … Continue reading

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