Friday, 29 November 2013


There's a great little market in Singapore known as Pasarbella.
It's completely unexpected in Singapore, but very welcome amid the hawker shops that define the Singaporean lifestyle.
It's a little out of the way as it's all the way up in Turf City but well worth a visit on a weekend morning.

Little wine shops, craft beer stands, pies, cakes, and food everywhere you turn.
Arts and crafts stands scattered in between to add pops of quirkiness.
There's even a delicious cheese shop (free samples included).
And if nothing here takes your fancy there are plenty of other choices of restaurants at the Grandstand.

I'm not even sure what to compare it to back in the US, but see for yourself.

Perfect place for weekend brunch or finding that special little something.
Anyone else been here? What food stalls do you recommend?

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