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Someone recently raised an observation that Asians have the habit of taking a picture of their food. I am pretty guilty of that, often posting food pictures on Instagram.

I have tried a few new places recently, and have dutifully posted some snaps on Instagram. I thought it would great to consolidate and share these eateries with all of you. Coincidentally, all my recommendations today serve Asian/Chinese food!


1. Lee Kui (Ah Hoi) Restaurant
8 Mosque Street

A very old-school Teochew restaurant with foldable chairs and wooden round tables that are reminiscent of Chinese restaurants in the 70s, Lee Kui is famous for their cold crabs. Whilst I didn’t try this dish (a tad too heavy for lunch?), the steamed pomfret, oyster omelette and the yam paste dessert (pictured above) are highly recommended. The yam paste (Or Nee) dessert did not contain lard but still tasted very smooth and flavourful.


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Home and decor aficionados rejoice! 2 more lifestyle stores have stepped foot in Singapore and we now have more choices in terms of household decorations and lifestyle items.

And I am of course referring to Francfranc, which hails from Japan and G.O.D. (acronym for Goods of Desire) from Hong Kong!

Franc Franc store at Vivocity.


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It has been 2 weeks since the Lasik surgery and everything is great!

The eyes were operated at The Lasik Surgery Clinic (LSC) at Paragon, by the Senior Eye Consultant – Dr Marc Tay. The total damage was $4.3k inclusive of 10 boxes of Refresh eye drops which is like miracle water for the eyes at least for the first 2 weeks after the surgery.

But seriously, as what another friend commented, Lasik is probably the best invention ever.

  1. Miss Glitzy did not research extensively on the clinics and costs prior to the surgery because people around her did their Lasik surgery at the same clinic. LSC is one of the more established clinics in Singapore with probably the most state-of-art technology.
  2. The procedure she opted for was Wavefront Lasik (IntraLase), or iLasik, whereby the cornea flap is created with a bladeless technology. The Wavefront Lasik helps to enhance night vision, although it’s more useful for those with astigmatism.
  3. Do not wear soft contact lenses for at least 3 days prior to the surgery. You are not supposed to wear any makeup or perfume on the day of surgery.
  4. Do not make your decision solely based on price, but also consider the clinic’s technology, facilities and word of mouth. LSC provides installment plans so you should opt for more advanced surgery that would cost more but have lower probability of complications.

Miss Glitzy booked a morning slot for a consultation with the clinic, and also scheduled a surgery time slot for the afternoon. The whole eye consultation was thorough and took about 3 hours, including a consultation with the doctor. Once the evaluation proved that Glitzy’s eyes were suitable for the surgery, she could have both eyes operated on the same day!


Photo credit: LSC

There was also a great deal of education and counseling for the patients. Patients were asked to watch a video that explains what Lasik surgery is about, and there was an optometrist who explains the procedure verbally. There are risks to the surgery although the whole operation is a painless process and only takes 15 minutes. Patients are required to sign an agreement treatment and consent form. The consultation and wait for the operation was pleasant, as the clinic is well stocked with TV, food, magazines and Wifi! The staff were very responsive and friendly too.

The surgery though, felt like the longest 15 minutes ever! There was a suction being placed on the eyes such that Miss Glitzy could blink but wouldn’t close her eyes during the whole operation. She stared long and hard at the light and tada, the cornea flaps were created. Moved on to the next machine, stared at laser lights again to get her eyes Lasiked. All was fine, her nose was blocked (from sinus) so she couldn’t smell any burning laser smell during the operation. Soon, the lasik on the right eye was completed. There was a plastic film being flipped over and Glitzy suddenly realised that this “plastic film” was her cornea! Ok, suffice to say, that coward literally froze for the next 5-8 minutes when her left eye was being operated, wondering what she had gotten herself into.


Photo credit: LSC

The eyes were extremely uncomfortable immediately after surgery and once she reached home, she took the prescribed sleeping pill and went to sleep.

After that one day in the clinic and 6 hours of sleep, life was perfect again. 🙂


Miss Glitzy recommends everyone to get the goggles (S$15) from the clinic – wear it to sleep, to bathe or even when you’re going out! These goggles did a great job in protecting the 4000-dollar new eyes!

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