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Hello, I’m Samantha, the self-proclaimed happy go lucky girl!

This space encompasses my personal milestones made beautiful in his time. Combining my flair for easy-to-read writing with my love for photography, this is where I share my thoughts on God, travel, food, beauty, fashion and lots more. Daytime, I'm a branding consultant. Adhoc, wedding planner and happiness maker. 24/7, creative juicer behind the bakery I run – Temptations Cakes. Forever & always, a child of God. Through this cozy little virtual haven, I hope each post inspires at least someone out there with my life stories.

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Around The World

Liang Seah Street is famous for its steamboats and chinese-style desserts. I was looking for a place for a nice dinner/supper treat however as I wasn't in a big group, I couldn't enjoy the steamboats.

Standing out from the other stores there, I saw this hip and young looking cafe which caught my attention and decided to give it a try.



From the menu, I found that they serve very 'unique style' pastas, one that is not very cliche. I guess that's why it's called 'Around the World', because the different type of pastas seemed like they are a fusion of flavours from all parts of the world.


The chef told us that we could order a dinner set, which if you do the math, it's more worth it. (Despite the flavour of the soup and dessert wasn't to my liking)


For the starter soup, as I mentioned above, the flavour wasn't to my liking so I didn't try it.

For the main, I ordered white-wine prawn spaghetti.



Waiting time was longer than the other spaghettis. However, for the taste and 'white-wine marination broth process', it was acceptable. It was a very generous portion! I was amazed by the broth because it was very tasty. Taste-wise, I felt very 'at-home' and could feel the hardwork(Cooking from the heart) of the chef put into the making of the dish. The many prawns were huge and very crunchy. Something that you cannot really find elsewhere.

There was a texture contrast between the dry-er noodles and the soup-y broth sauce, which is what makes it nice.

The other main dish is this mushroom aglio olio.



It's nice as well! It wasn't too dry nor too oily. Which was good because those oily dishes leave a 'ewww!' aftertaste in your mouth.

For desserts, we had ice-cream. I was disappointed that they only have 1 flavour (Vanilla) with butterscotch (I wanted chocolate which I thought thy would have considering it to be a popular, standard flavour).


However, since it was infront of me already, I gave it a try. And man, it was sweet and I never regretted trying! The flavour was a perfect combination. Through I won't eat it again, it was a good treat nevertheless. Especially after the garlic-taste and pipping hot spaghetti.

These are pictures of the interior/exterior!




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