Saturday brunch at Level 33


Headed down to level 33 for a Saturday brunch. I was really excited how the food would taste and the awesome view that awaits!

Level 33 is famous for their craft brew and their Wheat Beer are brewed based on heritage recipes applying state-of-the-art technology by SALM & Co GmbH, one of Europe’s oldest manufacturer of breweries. They are located at¬†level 33 of the Marina Bay Financial Centre (MBFC) Tower 1, the heart of the business district.

When I wanted to take the lift up to the restaurant, I realize that once you press the button to go to level 33 from the outside, you don’t have to press it again inside the lift. There is practically no buttons inside the lift!


Freshly brewed beer.

Once you reach the restaurant, you will be greeted with their friendly waiter/waitress and the next thing you would see is their gigantic copper brew house kettles.


Copper Brew House Kettles



Foie gras, for all the fois gras lovers.


img_3131We had a buffet spread to choose from.

The buffet table was too long to capture with my camera ūüôā but I really love their sweet treats display.


We ordered the wheat beer to try. Tasted really smooth.


Satisfied faces.


Smoked salmon! My favourite.

We went out for a short walk to see the views before desert time.

The view outside was pretty breath taking. You can overlook the different financial institutions, the Singapore Flyer (Ferris wheel ), the esplanade, The Float (Marina Bay floating platform), the Marina Bay Sand (MBS) and the Marina Bay Sand hotel. Pretty sure the night view would be quite awesome as well when they are lighted up.


You can choose to sit at the high chairs outside as well for the views.



How could we resist some sweet treats!


Calories and sugar overload, but its worth it! ūüôā


Nom Nom… Munch Munch…

The price for this buffet is worth it for its food, brewery and the amazing views! Great location for birthday or anniversary celebrations.

Share with me your views about this place and their food!

Till next time,


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Borough Market In London

Borough Market In London

File_000Strolling down the streets of the borough market!

The borough market in London was nothing short of amazing. I heard from friends that they had authentic Fish and Chips and it tastes different from what we could get in Singapore.

My friends and I took the metro and alighted at the London Bridge Underground Station. The borough market is open from 10am to 5pm everyday except on Sundays and most shops are usually open from Wednesdays to Saturdays! The market sells a wide variety of food ranging from fish, meat, vegetables to cheese and pastries. They also sell freshly made food from all over the world! The market tends to be really busy during office hours so do come down earlier if you would like to avoid the crowd.

File_007Spot the massive ostrich eggs! 

File_002First time seeing such a humongous cheese wheel!

File_001 (1)Nothing like hot guys on a hot day ūüėÄ Just kidding!¬†

File_002 (1)The men i need in my life. Gingerbread men.

File_000 (1)It almost look like it’s twerking

After a longggggg wait, my craving was finally satisfied! The fish was different indeed! I had the beer battered Fish and Chips and it tasted really awesome. The golden brown batter coating was really crispy, but at the same time it wasnt too heavy on the stomach. Inside this delightful shell, the¬†fish was firm and had a certain bite to it, which was different from other softer fish like the Dory which tends to fall apart easily even when fried.¬†Best of all, there wasn’t any fishy taste.

File_001And thats how true love looks like.

File_000 (2)Fresh from the ocean!!!! I think. 

There is definitely so much more food that I could have tried and I wish we had more time (and stomach space) to explore this food market.

Let me know in the comments below if there is any other food that you would like me to try the next time I visit the Borough Market!

With Love,


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