Hello! I’ve been MIA and I know it, because work has been keeping me busy! But a good kind of busy, as I was telling a friend the other day. We just launched a project at work, and it is the first big project I was a part of, so it’s been incredibly exciting to see it come to life! :)
Now it’s suddenly October and the earliest signs of Christmas are already starting to appear in Orchard Road! I love how Singapore is getting started early for my favourite time of the year, I can’t wait!
But back to the main point here, a nostalgic place in Singapore that holds a lot of memories for me. :)
As I’ve been away from Singapore for the last six years, since returning, I feel the changes to this city’s look and feel very acutely. To me, Singapore has always been a beautiful city, but after some time away in Hong Kong, and with the many developments that have taken place, I feel like I have returned to my first home, a city even more shiny and new. Is it possible for Singapore to be even more shiny and new, you think. Yes, it seems to be.
While I’ve been having fun exploring shiny Singapore again, for this post, I wanted to share a place that has stayed the way it is, exactly the same way I remember it in my memory from my childhood and teenage years. My family and I revisited Waffletown Singapore for the first time in a very long time last year and we were so delighted to see that everything has remained the same. The decor, the restaurant, the owners and of course, the food. :)
Waffletown is a casual eatery serving simple American style food, and is best known for their fried chicken and waffles. We order it every time we go there and I’ve been enjoying popping by every once in a while since moving back to Singapore.
While I usually go there for waffles and fried chicken, sometimes I grab a quick meal there too!
I’m so happy to share one of my good old favourite places in Singapore and if you’ll like a nostalgic old-school place to check out, this is perfect! :) Hope you like it as much as I do.
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271 Bukit Timah Road
#01-08 Balmoral Plaza
(Newton MRT station)
Daily: 11am – 10pm