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OOTD: Motifs on Nude ft. Love Bonito’s Vilina Bodycon Dress

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I hope you guys are not too sick of my #OOTD posts yet! I do love taking them actually, just that I have to keep troubling my friends to help take photos so they don’t come easy (thank you, Ron!). Have been in a mood to take outfit photos so here they are! Editing is enjoyable to me too ; ) I do photoshop some unsightly bulges (and also cos my ass is rather flat) but I try to not misrepresent the clothes – anyhoos this thing is skin tight!

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Yes, yet another outfit post with a LB piece! I can’t help it – most of their clothes really fit my shape very well, and you know how some people stick with a certain brand cos they’ve got the cutting right? That’s me.

They call it a Bodycon dress, but to me it isn’t really bodycon – more like ruched stretchy material and it’s extremely comfortable plus tight fitting – but not unflattering at all! Just the way I like it. I’ve been really lazy these days and prefer one-pieces – I’m not really that good at coordinating hahaha.

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I love the prints on this form-fitting piece – it draws attention to the right places, cutting you a slimmer silhouette and the material ends at just the right length for me. Plus the material is so lightweight and perfect for hot sunny weather in Singapore! I’m wearing size S.

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I love my faux snakeskin leather clutch!!! It’s actually handmade by a dear friend, Gazel! <3 So much love cos it even comes with a tag inside that says for Evonnz by GazGoh hehehehe. AND A LINED ZIPPERED COMPARTMENT (with cute prints!) on the inside too. Woman, you need to start selling your handmade stuff.

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Ferragamo makes the most comfortable high heels, ever. They’re incredibly comfortable and I can last for hours in them.

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If you’ve noticed, my hair has been changing color through the OOTD posts hahaha. The initial color was turquoise-blue but it’s faded to purple in this shoot… and at the time I’m typing this, it has hints of pastel pink even! I adore my hairstylist very much.

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(P.S. – The red marks are my birth marks ;) )

Dress: Love, Bonito’s Vilina Bodycon Dress (Sold out, sorry!)
Shoes: Ferragamo Peeptoe Pumps (purchased 2011)
Bag: Handmade clutch by Gazel Goh
Accessories:
CC Skye Lucky Horn Rosary Bracelet from JustTangy , Star Ring from Curated Editions
Hair: Gary of Salon Vim

Photography credits to my dear friend, Ron Lee ; )

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Travel: Penang Foodie Trip 2014 (And some other touristy things) Day 1

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** NOTE: REALLY LENGTHY POST! **

So just last weekend, the husband and I + another couple made our way to Penang for a foodie trip! I was really looking super forward to it – all the cheap and good local food *rubs hands* and since I’ve started to eat spicy food I’ve been more appreciative of local fare and the timing couldn’t be better! (Till I fell sick, that is.)

Okay, some tips for you!

I made 3 mistakes before going on the trip:

1. Not booking the flights early enough 

We paid like, $100 more per couple because we booked 1 week later (which was about 3 weeks before we left). So, book like at least a month earlier, or watch out for good deals!

I’m glad we booked our flight with AirAsia (everyone thought I was asking them to book AirAsia because of the Nasi Lemak hahahaha) because it departed and arrived on time - which was most important for me. I HATE waiting and delays.

(p.s. AirAsia’s having a DBS promo from now till 29th July! $50 (one-way) all in fare to Penang. Fly by 31st Oct. DAMN.)

2. Bad choice of hotel

It was slightly cheaper than some others in the area and also the proximity to places with food good was a plus, but getting served terrible initial service just left me a really bad impression on all of us. Asking us to wait 30mins for the rooms to be ready (check in time was 2pm, we arrived at 2:50pm) was fine – what was not fine, was that they had the cheek to tell me this ridiculous line: “1 room = 30 mins. 2 rooms = 2 x 30 minutes” when we went back to ask about the room after 30 mins. WTF.

And in the end, my room had stained sheets, a stray hair on it (I have blonde hair and that black curly strand surely wasn’t mine) AND a dirty bath mat. BAD HOTEL. We just wanted to take a nap before we continued with our food hunt but because of this we had to wait listlessly around the lobby.

Maybe we should leave a comment about this hotel on tripadvisor because I’m really unhappy with my experience. *arrows husband*

3. Falling sick before my trip

Not that we could control that, but on hindsight I should have taken extra care of myself so that I could enjoy my trip. My entire trip was all about poisoning myself with heaty food and then trying to counter it with lozenges, pi pa gao and cooling drinks. SIGHHHH.

Anyway, that all being said, I had quite a bit of fun! I was amazed at how soundly I slept (and how early each night too) and how much I managed to eat without landing myself in hospital given the condition of my health, heh.

A few things you’ll want to ask me cos I had these questions too:

Transport? 

You can walk, take buses (they actually have hop on / off bus trails) or you can be like us lazy folks and hire a driver for RM250 / day (really great rate we got!) or RM30-80 an hour. Our driver is female, and she does this on a freelance basis so to avoid her getting spammed, email me if you’d like to get her contact details!

Footwear? Clothes? 

Slippers are fine but it was rainy and there were puddles everywhere so I was happy to have worn my slip ons. Temperature’s like Singapore so just wear whatever you would if you’re headed out for a long time. Don’t expect to duck into a shopping centre when you feel hot. SUNSCREEN IS A MUST. I took Heliocare oral pills every 4 hours, and also applied sunblock / reapplied my bb cushion (with high SPF) every 4 hours. Kiasu, Kiasi.

How much money to change? 

A meal in Penang typically costs RM$2.5 – RM5.5 for a plate or bowl of anything. Drinks are even cheaper! It came up to less than RM10 for the 4 of us for drinks. We changed $400 SGD (250RM was for the driver) and still had PLENTY left over even after buying snacks and kopi. I didn’t buy anything at the ONLY mall we went to.

Flight to Penang took approx 1hr 20 mins via AirAsia, and thankfully we experienced no delays at all so we arrived on time and it was instantly agreed upon that we should all just head straight to get some food before checking in at the hotel!

Okay la, enough rambling. Now let’s go to the food!

First stop:

{ Sunshine Market Food Court at Bayan Baru }

Opens: 8am – 11pm (but stalls have their own opening hours) 
Address: Kompleks Sri Selera, Jalan Mayang Pasir 3, Jalan Mayang Pasir 1, Bayan Baru, Bayan Lepas, Penang.
Recommended: Refer to foursquare list (but there are so many recommendations (conflicting ones too) that it’s best you just TRY.

Tom Yum Bee Hoon! I quite liked it despite my sore throat. Then again I've been on a spicy food addiction recently...

Tom Yum Bee Hoon! I quite liked it despite my sore throat. Then again I’ve been on a spicy food addiction recently…

Orr lua! They liked the egg but I didn't hear "WAH!" from them (I don't take oysters so I can't comment on this)

Orr lua! They liked the egg but I didn’t hear “WAH!” from them (I don’t take oysters so I can’t comment on this)

Jawa mee (aka Penang's Mee Rebus). It looks good, but that's about it.

Jawa mee (aka Penang’s Mee Rebus). It looks good, but that’s about it.

Tom Yum Fried Rice - It's like claypot tom yum rice served on a plate - the "claypot" taste is really strong and it kind of took away all the tom yum taste for me.

Tom Yum Fried Rice – It’s like claypot tom yum rice served on a plate – the “claypot” taste is really strong and it kind of took away all the tom yum taste for me.

My girlfriend Trisha is a noodle addict like me hahaha and she saw someone order it and tailed the auntie back to the stall to order a plate of their wanton mee. Here they serve it with soy sauce and I think it wasn't too bad, but nothing spectacular either.

My girlfriend Trisha is a noodle addict like me hahaha and she saw someone order it and tailed the auntie back to the stall to order a plate of their wanton mee it looks like wanton mee, but it’s actually maggie mee in sauce with fried fish. Here they serve it with soy sauce and I think it wasn’t too bad, but nothing spectacular either.

MUAH CHEE WAS THE BEST, PLEASE BUY THIS.

But THIS…  THE MUAH CHEE WAS THE BEST, PLEASE BUY THIS. SOFT. FRAGRANT. Practically melts in your mouth (if you take a piece that is small enough, haha). Oh my god I’ve never tasted muah chee this good before. And I thought the muahchee I had when I was a kid was good enough. This one comes with shallots which was weird to me but tastes SOOOOO good you’ll be surprised!

Thank you Casey for being so persistent on buying the Muah Chee even though the uncle was having his lunch break hahaha. I miss it already because I know I’ll never find something like THAT in Singapore!

Now we all needed to walk it all off before having dinner and the guide took us around Penang to the famous touristy spots (aka Wall mural spots lol) so that I could take some photos and admire the art!

George Town, the capital state of Penang, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site - "officially recognised as having a unique architectural and cultural townscape without parallel anywhere in East and Southeast Asia" - Read more about George Town on Wikipedia.

George Town, the capital state of Penang, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site – “officially recognised as having a unique architectural and cultural townscape without parallel anywhere in East and Southeast Asia” – Read more about George Town on Wikipedia.

I enjoyed looking at these old buildings, hand painted signboards, aged walls and the blue sky behind these beautiful buildings without a skyscraper in sight. But oh yeah it WAS hot.

I enjoyed looking at these old buildings, hand painted signboards, aged walls and the blue sky behind these beautiful buildings without a skyscraper in sight. But oh yeah it WAS hot.

Penang, like Singapore - is a multinational country. The road signs are mostly in Malay, but you'll be surprised that the Chinese Penangites speak Hokkien! Their Hokkien is a little different from Singapore's though - it's interesting to read the differences (I wiki-ed cos I couldn't comprehend some of their hokkien)

Penang, like Singapore – is a multinational country. The road signs are mostly in Malay, but you’ll be surprised that the Chinese Penangites speak Hokkien! Their Hokkien is a little different from Singapore’s though – it’s interesting to read about the differences (I wiki-ed cos I couldn’t comprehend some of their hokkien)

About Penang Street Art


There’s a great deal of street art in Penang and I think it’s really good for tourism and business – plenty of stalls around there to quench your thirst should you feel parched while walking around to take photos – whether its good food or not is another thing though, haha.

When you arrive at the airport (which is small, but clean and new, btw) you can grab brochures at the departure gates for maps, food recommendations and there’s a map with a list of street art for you to check off! The most famous ones are the Motorcyle and Kite ones by the fantastic Ernest Zacharevic (facebook, website)  - some of the others, as a reader highlighted to me on dayre.me (thank you, @szemin!) are imitation art, but in my honest opinion, they’re really good too!

Alternatively, you can read up about the various street art here or just look around on Penang Global Tourism’s facebook page.

We started off at one end of Gat Lebuh Chulia and found some gems in an alleyway! 

You can spot minions from Despicable Me everywhere - they're drawn in all sorts of situations and costumes!

You can spot minions from Despicable Me everywhere – they’re drawn in all sorts of situations and costumes!

The minion painting was located right at a warehouse and even at the doors there were plenty of scribblings and some very interesting Chinese words which elicited a chuckle from me when I read them both (one on each door).

The minion painting was located right at a warehouse and even at the doors there were plenty of scribblings and some very interesting Chinese words which elicited a chuckle from me when I read them both (one on each door).

And this was my first "realistic" wall art. It might look creepy but I think there was plenty of effort put into this! This isn't by Earnest but an imitation - nonetheless, well executed and admired by many!

And this was my first “realistic” wall art. It might look creepy but I think there was plenty of effort put into this! This isn’t by Earnest but an imitation – nonetheless, well executed and admired by many!

This was painted by a local artist, Louis Gan. It's also full of effort and it must be hard to work on a scale like this but still get all the proportions right!

This was painted by a local artist, Louis Gan. It’s also full of effort and it must be hard to work on a scale like this, given the height of the mural!

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"The cats walking for animal awareness mural is the 8th of 11 murals created for the 101 Lost Kittens project, to generate greater awareness of stray animals."

“The cats walking for animal awareness mural is the 8th of 11 murals created for the 101 Lost Kittens project, to generate greater awareness of stray animals.”

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Down this abandoned alleyway you'll find even more street art, but the more notable piece is the Bruce Lee one!

Down this abandoned alleyway you’ll find even more street art, but the more notable piece is the Bruce Lee one!

""Bruce Lee" is one of the murals painted by ASA, Artists for Stray Animals, in George Town, Penang for the 101 Lost Kittens project."

“”Bruce Lee” is one of the murals painted by ASA, Artists for Stray Animals, in George Town, Penang for the 101 Lost Kittens project.”

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This one's an original Ernest Zacharevic!

This one’s an original Ernest Zacharevic!

And so is this more famous one!

And so is this more famous one!

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OOTD: The Memo Says Blue ft Love, Bonito’s Saffine Skirt

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Heh, it makes me chuckle thinking of how the title came about – arrived at an event and practically all of the Nuffies (both bloggers and managers alike) had some form of blue on us and to boot, 3 of us were dressed in LB floral dresses!

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I very hardly wear floral prints, but I was instantly attracted to this skirt because… it’s blue. I know, I might as well call myself “The Blogger Who Loves Blue”. Other than that, the neoprene material was great (cooling and held its shape well) plus the print was really quite pleasing and easy to match! It looked more monochrome than a mish mash of floral colors so I really liked that.

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Paired it with a basic mid-sleeve top from MNG – my other favorite (other than blue!) would be grey tops (aside from white). Is it just me or do most grey tops come in different (and better) material even if they come in the same print as the other colors?

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Keeping accessories simple – an abstract necklace which goes well and doesn’t take too much attention away from the skirt!

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I have this tendency to keep pairing grey with pink – it’s such a sweet combi, isn’t it? And I hope it doesn’t clash too much with the skirt! ; p

This perforated bag from Zara comes with a pouch inside to store all your belongings – and the pouch is zippable, plus it has an attachment to secure it to prevent it from being stolen! How nifty! And the irresistible shade of dusty light pink goes so well with just about anything and everything!

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Shoes have to be kept simple of course. Any more colors and I’ll feel too outstanding!

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Did I already mention that my hair goes really well with the skirt? ; p I guess you’ll be seeing a lot more blue OOTDs from now on…

Hair: Salon Vim using Manic Panic colors // Top: MNG Basics // Skirt: Love, Bonito Saffine Skirt (OOS) // Shoes: Nine West // Bag: Zara

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Accessories | Ring: Sretsis Windy Ring from Carte Blanche X // Bracelets: CC Skye Bracelet & ID Metal Bar Bracelet from Sensibar // Blue Twistband

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These set of pictures were taken at *Scape, on the 4th level!

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Some of us Nuffnang bloggers were there for a bling tasting and skin analysis session. We’ll be sent a month’s supply of collagen to test and go back in a month for another skin analysis to see how effective it has been! Really keen to know the results and I’m happy that this upcoming advertorial gives me more time to test the product, as it helps me make a more conclusive blog post since products are not like make up – it takes time to see the intended effect!

And prior to the event I met up with my manager from Nuffnang for brunch nearby, at Jones the Grocer’s in Mandarin Gallery. I very much prefer Antoinette but it only opens at 11am… and as usual, there was quite a queue outside Wild Honey already! Love the industrial decor in Jones though. It’s quite like what I’d like to have in my new house!

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I wonder if my manager thought I was crazy, cos I brought out a bag of products to shoot outside. Shooting at home can be so unconducive sometimes! And yes, it was a pink morning for me! I LOVE the concrete table. Need to plan my home renov soon!!!

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Tried the latest Prada Candy Florale yet? ; ) 

Also did a short filming session for Nuffnang, and the question was “What makes you happy” – right after taking the photos? I’m happy that I have a manager who catches all my right angles!!! Heng ah! If not there wouldn’t be this post, heh!

Thank you, Selina!

Thank you, Selina! Woman insists that she looks better with crazy faces so okay I let her. Haha

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OOTD: What’s your Momentum ft. Love Bonito Tarilyn Top & Sennheiser Momentum Headphones

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Some time ago, a few of us were invited to Wheeler’s Yard at 28 Lorong Ampas (somewhere in Balestier) for the launch of Sennheiser’s What’s Your Momentum campaign which will take place from 1st July – 30th Sept 2014!

In collaboration with 24 hipster joints defined as places with momentum, this campaign allows you to receive rewards after you’ve visited a number of cafes and gotten your “stamps” and ultimately enter a lucky draw to win Sennheiser headphones and even a bike from Wheeler’s Yard! (More information at the bottom of the page after some of my vain shots)

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I knew that we’ll be having brunch but I couldn’t resist wearing this top (which is a little fitting haha) as it helps my freshly done ombre blue hair (at that point of time) to stand out better!

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Really thankful that I have Gary (Director, Salon Vim) as my hairstylist! (Have I said that too many times already?) Just check out the blending of the colors – I couldn’t ask for more, really. It takes months of working together to achieve this understanding between us because I’m an extremely picky person when it comes to such services – I think it’s a designer perfectionist thing heh. But Gary nails it EVERY. Single. Time!

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I think it can be said that there is not one bad spot in Wheeler’s Yard when it comes to taking ootds – the entire place is so beautifully decorated at every nook and cranny that I just had to take pictures all over the place!

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Wheeler’s Yard is a cafe cum biker’s showroom – and there’s a part of this place where you can find bicycles of many different striking and alluring colors which of course became my first spot to take pictures at!

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Top: Love, Bonito Tarilyn Top in White (OOS) // Skirt: H&M // Heels: Nine West // Bag: Samantha Thavasa // Hair: Salon Vim

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The Samantha Thavasa bag was an item I particularly loved - the sturdy shape, perfect size, the option of carrying it both on your arm or shoulders, the gold hardware and most of all the blue lining with the white color! : D It’s just so beautiful!

If you haven’t guessed it by now, yes I love blue almost-everything! And the husband, in an act of sweetness gave me a complete surprise by managing to purchase it – this particular model isn’t sold in Singapore (as claimed by the staff in Japan!) and I really have to thank his friends for helping him coordinate and hand-carry it back to Singapore. Someone’s feeling very, very loved!

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The heels are from Nine West, and they’re surprisingly comfortable! Nine West’s a brand where I find about 90% of their shoes super fitting and comfortable for my finicky feet – but usually shoes with such buckles will hurt and scratch you. But this gorgeous pair has thick and well lined ankle straps, which minimizes friction because of how snug it is.

The best thing is that it’s nude – which meant it went with almost everything and anything and doesn’t cut me off visually like my other ankle strap shoes! The gold buckle complements the shoes and my bag perfectly! So glad I got it at a sale where it was almost half price off. It pays to shop during the GSS!

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Pince & Pints – the place to go for fresh Boston lobsters!

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Conveniently located just across the carpark, Pince & Pints is the new kid on the Duxton Road block, serving you fresh & succulent Boston Lobsters specially flown in and kept in a stress-free environment!

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The establishment spans over two units styled like an American diner with its red cushioned seats but with a slightly modern update as the details at the bar’s kept simple – the bar counter’s spacious and the seats are set apart comfortably enough for you in case you need some arm space to tackle your lobster.

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The bar is well stocked and they offer a pretty good selection of drinks! I was driving, so I went for the mocktails instead – between the 5 of us, we had Crabbie’s Spiced Orange Ginger Beer, Melon Soda, Freddie Mercury, and the Duxton Mule – every single drink tasted really good and I loved mine especially, which was a mix of Cloudy Apple, Ginger & Mint!

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Branding for Pince & Pints’ really pretty and it was made to resemble a lobster cage for the food menu and a lobster crate for the drinks menu!

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Despite the extensive drink menu, there are only 3 mains offered when it comes to food – you can choose to have your lobster done either:

  • Live Whole Lobster
    (Choice of Grilled or Steamed, comes with Mesclun Salad, Sour Cherry & Balsamic Dressing, Shoestring Fries & Herbed Butter Sauce!)
  • The Lobster Roll  
    (Comes with Mesclun Salad, Soury Cherry & Balsamic Dresing & Shoestring Fries)
  • Chilli Lobster
    (Served in Homemade Fresh Tomato & Chilli Sauce and Fried Mantous on the side)

“Each dish uses 1 whole live wild-caught lobster of approx 600g.”

And no joke. The lobsters were H-U-G-E!

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Presentation of the lobster roll probably looks tiny as compared to the the other dishes, but you can be sure that they use the entire lobster in it – this is a good dish to order if you don’t wanna get down and dirty like me.

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Grilled or Steamed? Don’t expect the grilled one to be dry – this one was so succulent and juicy that you can see it oozing out as you drive your fork into it. I’m sure the dip was excellent, too!

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And my order, the Chilli Lobster.

Everyone kept referring to it as the Chilli Crab by a slip of tongue the entire night because of the sauce it came swimming in – it was the perfect blend of tomato and chilli, not too spicy, but more tomato savoury sweetness which goes so well with the lobster – I guess I’m a very typical Asian – I don’t mind it being a little spicier but why spoil the taste of fresh lobster, right?

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You get 5 mantous on the side for this Chilli Lobster dish which was just the perfect number – AHHHH I MISS IT SO MUCH RIGHT NOW!

 

I love the sauce so much that I nearly drank the entire claypot bowl of it! By comparison, this one appeared to be the largest and I was thankful for the spacious bar counter which allowed me to comfortably space out my drinks and two side plates without knocking anything over or elbowing my friends as I manoeuvred the lobster!

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One more of the lobster roll to show you how packed the roll is with lobster!

Trish & Xin (with me in the middle).

Trish & Xin (with me in the middle).

Ron & Fang (with me in the middle again!)

Ron & Fang (with me in the middle again!)

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The chefs behind your delectable lobsters!

I must say, their service staff were all super smiley and cute – attentive and bright-eyed + eager to help! And thank you so much too, Fred, for making sure that we were well taken care of – and special thanks to Vel for the helping me arrange for seats even though you were really packed! (Man, business’ alraedy good even before the official launch!)

At $48 each dish (before service charge & gst), I find it really well priced for a full sized, wild lobster - and the drinks are not of unreasonable prices, too (our mocktails were all $7)! I can safely speak for all of us when I say that EVERYONE enjoyed the meal, and we’ll definitely be back for more!

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Pince & Pints’ located at 32/33 Duxton Road!

Parking is easy if you’re early (open air carpark had plenty of lots when I was there at 6+!)
but be prepared to scour the area if you’re there at about 7.30 – 8pm.

 They officially open for business on 7th July 2014,
and you can find more information on their various social media platforms:
WebsiteFacebook | Instagram | email: info@pinceandpints.com

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