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enjoying the silence

Despite how unforgiving the sun was, here I am at Bibigo where I’d be attempting my first Bibimbap. Having seen this dish served repeatedly in Korean drama plus the fact that it’s so highly raved by everyone around me, I need to know exactly how good this is.

My princess D who’s a glutton like I am is equally game for healthy Korean food. Truth be told, I gave her the idea that we’re about to feast on Korean BBQ, something which she can never resist. This trick never fails each time, yikes I let the cat out of the bag!

We had the Jellyfish & Shrimp Salad served with Korean mustard dressing and also the Boiled Pork Slices which I highly recommend. Paired with a side of aged kimchi & meoyungyi leaves, it’s no wonder someone’s grinning from ear to ear.

What drew me to Bibigo was its modern rendition of Korean traditional architectural elements by heavily incorporating wood & traditional rice paper. Of couse what really mattered was how it’s so focused on a well-balanced nutrition, which in turn would lead to our well-being.

Then came the highly anticipated Bibimbap. The first bite, to my surprise, was unbelievably appetizing! My tummy does not resent. Take your pick from the 4 types of sauce given, I went with the Citron Soy Sauce! Such a shame spicy’s not my thing! May I also suggest you keep the Sesame Oil compulsory?

Let’s toast to a healthier tomorrow! Bibigo is located at Raffles City Shopping Centre #B1-74.


Next on the list- Hyang To Gol at Amara Hotel.

Honestly, it’s quite a feat to endure someone with THIS much desire for meat. I like to double platter everything, an empty dining table does not excite me. Don’t get me wrong! Despite that bad habit, I don’t practice food wastage.

Lastly, Red Dot here I come! Before you think I’m hungover 24/7 & feel repulsive towards all forms of daytime activities, you clearly don’t know me one bit. I’m quite the early riser & I love my morning coffee!


Catching up with my honey over lunch was always such a breeze despite the super last minute decision. Never mind if the food was a huge flop, good company was the best form of compensation.

Super comfortable in this couch I was nowhere near ready to bounce. You’re looking at one couch potato right here. There’s just something about this place which made me feel at home instantly!

How nice would it be if everyday could be as carefree as today! I’m definitely looking forward to our next lunch date.

I’m off to get some takeouts! Someone’s craving for meat & I’m not about to let him starve. Who’s the nice one now!

One Response to “enjoying the silence”

  1. q says:

    bibigo…is it the one in siwon’s tweet .

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