The focus is the food.

Finally tried the nasi lemak at Nasi Lemak Kukus! The last time we came, it was closed and they are closed every Mondays. We always pass by this place on the way home from work and it looks just too interesting with the word ‘kukus’.

So why kukus?
Kukus: ku*kus (noun)- used in description of a traditional method of steam cooking rice.

It is ala carte, so you just have to take anything you want from the counter and make payment at the cashier.

Pretty drinks dispenser.

Ice Lemon Tea with Mint Leaves is very refreshing, I can’t remember how much it cost already.

Vietnamese Drip Coffee, $2.

We had the $4 standard meal which consists of 1 chicken wing, 1 ikan kuning, egg and ikan bilis. The chicken wing was crispily fried with spices, I even packed a few home for my family.

I don’t know why, I just love that smile on his face. =)

Coffee done dripping.

Hmm… Where did all the coffee go?

Fragrant! If you want iced coffee, you just have to pour it over to the other glass filled with ice.

All gone! I know I couldn’t finish all the rice and so I only took what I need, no wasted food.

Full and having a hard time with my drink.

Soft, round and flat.

It’s a only pancakes day! Yippee~!

Menu on board.

Love • Remember

Smurf’s village. Addictive at first, boring after all the quests.

Iced water is served.

Maple syrup and herb garlic butter to go with our savoury pancakes.

Salmon Run. Feels weird having savoury pancakes for the first time but it gets better later on.

The Druggie.


I’ll be back! =)

We’re looking for something dumb to do.

Accompanied my sister at her workplace – SUPERMAMA, since it’s going to be a really nice and quiet place to study.

Pet caterpillar in store.

Vintage chalkboard.

I liked the stool too.

Don’t be curious, it is just crayons inside the box.

Plants in handmade pots.

This place looks really relaxing.

Ceiling fan switches but there’s no ceiling fans here.

Doors as tabletops.

Knobs and hinges still on.

Pretty stool.

I was served a pot of tea for ‘tea-tasting’. By the way this place is not a cafe or bistro, it is a designer concept store.

You see the gold? Tea with gold powder, has already stopped production.

Watch the gold powder floating around.


The most affordable item around, only $1. The rest of the items are priced at 3 digits. Hahaha!

30A Seah Street
Singapore 188368

Do lookout for their sign beside the staircase, it’s quite easy to miss. Haha!

Karē-Raisu, totemo oishii desu.

Pi and I shared a plate of business class sized Pork Katsu Curry from Go! Go! Curry!, cost only $13.50.

The potion of Pork Katsu Curry Rice was quite big for the both of us, as we still had a little rice left. I wanted to add cheese to the curry rice but that would exceed my daily intake of calories.

ION Orchard
2 Orchard Turn
Singapore 238801
Tel: +65 6509 4555

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There was a small exhibition by Timberland and their home furnishings look great. If only, I have my own house and of course… lots of money. *dreams*

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There’s a floral fair outside ION Orchard, many different things made with flowers.

We took loads of pictures together.