Chinatown Complex On a sleepy Sunday morning with many of Singapore’s shops and cafes closed, I tootled down to Chinatown with a visit to the Chinatown food complex in mind. A hive of activity across three floors, with clothes and whatnot on the ground floor, and a grocery shop including some impressive live seafood in …

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Little Tibet

Little Tibet We’ve been writing about some fairly ritzy places of late so it was good to get back to the core Lunchquest project and go exploring for fun new places to eat in Berlin that were rather more wallet friendly than Restaurant Tim Raue. It was a considerable pleasure to be joined by James …

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Live Seafood I had a mountain of fun at my brother’s wedding banquet at Seawoo, last year, so was very pleased when Frances suggested we might visit a place that sounded along similar lines on my second evening in Manchester. We were joined by a whole gaggle of pals, some of whom had visited Live …

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Dragon Inn Club I stayed for some of my time on a recent trip to London in the stylish confines of Pimlico. My parents had lived there many years ago but it had been an age since last I was in the neighbourhood. Although I didn’t spend a huge amount of time there, I did …

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Lee On After a long day of farewell drinks, I found myself in need of a late evening feed. I was not too late to catch a sit-in meal, rather than some questionable takeaway, so I headed to Lee On for a Chinese. This is a place I remember eating in years again, but that …

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