I had brunch at the hawker across the street from the hotel today.
It also came with a yew char keuh that I dipped into the porridge. Crispy and light. Freshly fried, unlike the ones you get in Perth.
Afterwards, I went back across the street to Roxy Square where there are a plethora of beauty salons. I traversed the mall a few times before deciding on a place to have a much needed manicure and pedicure.
I wandered over to Raffles City and then across the street to find somewhere to eat at Chijmes. It was quiet and relaxing dining out in the alfresco area.
with Walnut & Shallot Vinaigrette - SD$14
After lunch I headed over to Clarke Quay.
I was leisurely enjoying my tapas and was onto my third sangria when my cousin, David, joined me.
Mussels, Squid, Shrimps, Fish, Vegetables & Eggs - SD$40
All in all, the food was average. But majorly overpriced!! That's Clarke Quay for you.
After dinner I went to the Yello Jello bar for a few drinks and to check out the live band. They were a bit corny, but they played some good songs, albeit with a hint of a Singlish accent! The bar had a Beatles Mania theme, being named after the Beatles' hit 'the Yellow Submarine'.
On the way back to the hotel, I asked the taxi driver to stop by at a 24hr hawker centre so that I could grab supper to take back to the hotel.
I was famished so I ate about half of this, but it was rather disappointing after the fish congee I had this morning. This was just rice watered down with water.