About Author: Melissa Loh

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Melissa likes many things other people might find a little strange. She blogs to get her love for creative expression out of her system, and spends the rest of her time either at work facilitating connections or in the kitchen monitoring chemical reactions that result in yummeh-ness. Read more about her here.

Posts by Melissa Loh

  • Chinatown is probably one of the best places to tick a lot of those food related items, and it is one of my favourite places to hit up whenever we're back in town. We had breakfast there with the family and it hasn't changed all that much since our last visit.

    Singapore: Chinatown

    Chinatown is probably one of the best places to tick a lot of those food related items, and it is one of my favourite places to hit up whenever we're back in town. We had breakfast there with the family and it hasn't changed all that much since our last visit.

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  • 2015 was the year of weddings - I attended a total of five weddings, while the SO attended six. And it seemed fitting that the final wedding of 2015 would be the most splendid - it was of a dear friend while we were back in the motherland. But what else can one expect when it's held at Marina Bay Sands?

    Singapore: A wedding at Marina Bay Sands

    2015 was the year of weddings - I attended a total of five weddings, while the SO attended six. And it seemed fitting that the final wedding of 2015 would be the most splendid - it was of a dear friend while we were back in the motherland. But what else can one expect when it's held at Marina Bay Sands?

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  • Sleep has always been my bosom buddy and first love. I could think of nothing worse than dragging my reluctant slumbering […]

    To market, to market

    Sleep has always been my bosom buddy and first love. I could think of nothing worse than dragging my reluctant slumbering […]

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  • Fitzrovia.

This all day dining cafe and restaurant takes advantage of the view overlooking Albert Park in St Kilda with its black framed glass frontage. Fitzrovia's unique menu is styled with Italian and English influences, and focuses on creations made from free range and organic ingredients where possible.

    Melbourne: Work lunch at Fitzrovia

    Fitzrovia. This all day dining cafe and restaurant takes advantage of the view overlooking Albert Park in St Kilda with its black framed glass frontage. Fitzrovia's unique menu is styled with Italian and English influences, and focuses on creations made from free range and organic ingredients where possible.

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  • If December is defined by the hurricane of work, travel and family commitments, then January can be described as the month of peace and silence - the calm after the storm.

    The calm after the storm

    If December is defined by the hurricane of work, travel and family commitments, then January can be described as the month of peace and silence - the calm after the storm.

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  • It was a year ago when we first discovered Fukuryu Ramen on a trip to Melbourne. Located just outside the main Chinatown strip, Fukuryu Ramen is a bit of a hideaway, but worth the hunt for its rich broths and al dente noodles.

    Melbourne: Fukuryu Ramen

    It was a year ago when we first discovered Fukuryu Ramen on a trip to Melbourne. Located just outside the main Chinatown strip, Fukuryu Ramen is a bit of a hideaway, but worth the hunt for its rich broths and al dente noodles.

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  • There’s nothing better than looking at the year ahead and getting excited about what it has to bring. Whether you are new to Brisvegas or a veteran of all things Brisbane, there are a number of annual Brisbane foodie events I believe no one should miss.

    Annual Brisbane Foodie Events You Shouldn’t Miss

    There’s nothing better than looking at the year ahead and getting excited about what it has to bring. Whether you are new to Brisvegas or a veteran of all things Brisbane, there are a number of annual Brisbane foodie events I believe no one should miss.

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  • It's finally home sweet home. Our little family have spent almost 28 days of traveling and living out of a suitcase, so being home has been particularly relaxing.

    Home sweet home

    It's finally home sweet home. Our little family have spent almost 28 days of traveling and living out of a suitcase, so being home has been particularly relaxing.

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  • Nigella will be in Brisbane this January chatting with food writer Jill Dupleix as part of a three-city Australian book tour to promote her newest cookbook. The event will be a 60 minute ‘in conversation’, followed by a book sale and signing in the main auditorium at City Hall in King George Square.

    Nigella Lawson comes to Brisbane

    Nigella will be in Brisbane this January chatting with food writer Jill Dupleix as part of a three-city Australian book tour to promote her newest cookbook. The event will be a 60 minute ‘in conversation’, followed by a book sale and signing in the main auditorium at City Hall in King George Square.

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  • December has always been the busiest time of year for me, and this year is no exception. We'll be in Melbourne, Sydney and Singapore for work and play!

    On the road travelling

    December has always been the busiest time of year for me, and this year is no exception. We'll be in Melbourne, Sydney and Singapore for work and play!

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