Have a new routine on Sundays which is bringing my gal for private tuition which last about 2hours so what do we do? My man and I went cafe exploring of course!
Our first exploration led us to Atlas Coffeehouse situated along Bukit Timah Road.
The interior decor is simple yet classy and oozes a zen effect – cement polished finishings on one side and jaggered tiles on the other. Natural daylight spills in from the full height glass windows creating a warm and cozy ambience. Staff are friendly, jovial and the barista is really pretty too (sorry didn’t take a picture of her too shy to do it).
They have a decent selection on the menu and the serving are quite well proportioned.
We are both bacon lovers so naturally we chose “BBQ Bacon Baked Beans on Toast” for him and “Buttermilk Waffles with Candied Bacon & Vanilla Ice Cream” for me.
The texture of the waffles reminds me of A&W~ Crispy on the outside moist and fluffy on the inside. The fusion combination of savoury and sweet played out well and had me licking my plate clean.
We both had cappuccinos and was pleasantly surprised that we had different coffee art isn’t that cool?
I would say this is a good find and I’m definitely coming back again to try out the other waffles combination.
Its been a while since we last went out on a date. Last Thursday we went to Beerfest Asia held at the Marina Promenade.
There were alot of fringe activities and entertainment taking place one of which was the Beerfest Comedy Club, they had a line up of gigs by comedians from Singapore and across the causeway.
We watched the segment “Panel Show: The Last Laugh” a comedy show featuring all of the comedians of Beerfest Comedy Club. A show where comedians compete to see who will truly have the last laugh, it is played out in a competitive game show format with 2 teams of comedians pitted against each other in a battle of wits, genius, and hilarity. The audience get to decide which team walks away with victory by how loud their applause was.
We ended the night on a high with Frozen Rose Beer Ice Cream! Its yummy bitter sweet and refreshing!!
Yesterday I tried making mango ice cream with my gal (my little Kitchen Assistant) and we had lots of fun. Just like me she loves cooking but not the cleaning part.
It’s real simple to make all you need is
2 Honey Mangoes
2 Bottles of Thickened Cream (you can chose to add only 1 bottle if you want it less creamy)
Half a can of Condensed Milk (full can if you want it really sweet)
My Kitchen Assistant help me blend the mango into purée before adding the Thickened Cream and condensed milk to be blended altogether till it becomes a smooth mixture. Thereafter, pour the mixture into a coin rainier and let it set in the freezer overnight.
Ta da! The next day you can savour your very own homemade mango ice cream!