Thursday, December 29, 2011

NYDC In Wheelock Place

After staying five days in Bedok apartment, we checked out and took a cab to Orchard Hotel to stay for two nights.  We wanted to spend our last two nights in Orchard Road... to walk around and to... er.. eat..... but things turned out unexpected... Andy fell sick and had to refine to the hotel room once we checked in...

On the very first day in Orchard Road, Aaron took my girl and I to NYDC in Wheelock Place... just opposite the Big O in my previous post.  Aaron wanted us to try the desserts there....but we ended up taking a whole meal course..
this, of course belongs to Fernie... 
she simply loves Carbonara...
I opted for this roast chicken... 
My appetite was not so good so we shared it out.. 
Don't ask me the price...
I didn't really remember...
Better not to know cos once you convert to ringgit,
You will not want to eat them like he does!!! lol...
Just eat .... don't think of the prices... hahaha... 
Christmas Log slice... 
chocolate cheese... 
then the next day when Andy felt better...
we came here again for desserts.....
(after the BIG O meal)
Aaron said we must try the Carrot cake... 
and their special Cheese cake... 
Price?  If I am not mistaken..
They are only $6.20sg or $7.20sg per piece..
Just like in Secret Recipe 
but only the conversion is different.. hahahaa....

8 comments:

  1. Great.. craving for that spaghetti too..

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  2. Your son is right, when you're out of the country, don't convert, just spend as you like without thinking of converting the remaining banknotes to Malaysian ringgit. Finish all the foreign banknotes before you return to Malaysia.

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  3. When in another country , go for things that you cannot get in your own. No point eating what we can have locally at a very much cheaper price especially when it is not much nicer - like kampua noodles is about NZ$1 here...and NZ12 in Auckland. Wouldn't make much sense to go all the way on holiday to NZ and eat kampua there, right or not?

    Did you get to eat Singapore Hokkien fried noodles? Not the same as KL one...or go for nasi padang etc...etc.,..etc? Yummmm!!!!

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  4. I'm so glad Andy is better! I can see why you went back for more desserts, thy all look so good, especially that Christmas Log!!!

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  5. the christmas log cake is unique!

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  6. Oh!...those are the desserts you have. All looks so rich. Yes, strongly agree with you, better not to convert to ringgit.

    Anyway, Happy New Year 2012 to you & family.

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  7. It looks absolutely heavenly!! Now I'm hungry :) I hope you have a wonderful new year and thanks so much for sharing this with us at Rub Some Dirt On It!

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  8. Food price in Sg is vy reasonable. Just that we cannot convert. hehehe

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