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Sian Mei Yeoh
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a foodie. mostly a travelling foodie.
a foodie. mostly a travelling foodie.

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post-hiatus.
post-hiatus. hah! the pun was unintended but it oddly represent my current state of mind about picking up where i left off here. i had stumbled upon a significant period of writers' block that left me uninspired to write. post-hiatus  :  a break i am taking...
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{ written } blog update | busan has always taken the backseat, often overshadowed by seoul as the most popular travel city in south korea. busan has so much to offer from wonderful variety of delicious korean delicacies and freshest seafood paired with the port city blessed with natural beauty.

#sianstakesonbusan  is the start of my travelogues and food review series (albeit almost a year late) talking about my favorite places in the second largest city in south korea.
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killer gourmet burgers "kgb"
"what do we demand of the perfect hamburger? that the meat patty be profoundly beefy in flavor, mouthwateringly browned on the outside, and succulent (a combination of juicy and tender) on the inside. the bread or bun should not interfere with any of these ...
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blog update | jeffrey steingarten once iterated with resoluteness, "what do we demand of the perfect hamburger? mouthwatering, beefy, juicy and tender - not too much to ask from life but entirely elusive, at least to me." i may not be a burger connoisseur but when the craving hits, the calories better count! did kgb satisfy the foundations of burger greatness? read about my experience here
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blog update | paul patisserie & boulangerie - a highly anticipated french patisserie serving french classics and irresistibly beautiful desserts and breads has finally made its first mark in pavilion elite in kl. after waiting for months, i finally had a chance to relive my first two encounters with paul in other countries.

read my experience here.
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blog update | made it to my list as one of my most memorable meals of 2016, so the question here is not "is suminine a mandatory food destination in busan?" but rather "who will be the lucky one to call dibs on the last drops of the shellfish broth?"

read about my busan eating experience at suminine.
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{ written } my annual top eat list - delayed by a month plus, lists my favorite and most memorable eats of twentysixteen. find out where to you can find them :)
top eat of 2016
top eat of 2016
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blog update | a restaurant by my favorite chef whose food i've been dreaming to try since nine years ago - italian dishes where 'hearty' is its middle name and from freshly homemade pastas to a "from the mozzarella bar" on the menu. read all about my experience at +Osteria Mozza by chef mario batali in singapore.
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blog update | great food inspires me to share my dining experiences - and my meal at +SUSHI ORIBE was one of which i was excited to write about. hefty price tag but the food spoke of quality and so was the wonderful dining experience, watching the chef behind the counter.

read about what i loved about sushi oribe here :)
sushi oribe 寿司 織部
sushi oribe 寿司 織部
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blog update | a previous food trend, the molten salted egg yolk croissant still manages to move people with its sweet salty balance in this fusion of chinese dim sum classic updated with the french croissant.

le bread days and bake plan has their own following. which one is your preference?

read more about it here which camp i'm on.
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