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  • JIAKSIMI PNG

    Food Blogger

    “It is simple, no-nonsense pleasure;missing of all thefancy pretzel-liketexture andButtermilk batter.”

    img LITTLE WIMBLY LUmyVillage, 01-09/10 See full list
  • ALVIN OLOGY

    Food Blogger

    “There is always something new on the menu and I like it that they always attempt creative spins around local favourites”

    img RELISH GARDENSmyVillage, 02-07/09 See full list
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    Nomads

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    “The mall is also home to a slew of other dining concepts like the second, albeit smaller, outlet of a well-loved dessert café, Little Wimbly Lu.”

    img DINING IN SGVA Complete Guide See Article
  • SASSY MAMA

    Blogger

    “We might even go as far to say we think this suburb will become the new Holland Village!”

    img SERANGOON GARDENS CIRCUSSerangoon Gardens Way See full list
  • “It is simple, no-nonsense pleasure;missing of all thefancy pretzel-liketexture andButtermilk batter.”

    LITTLE WIMBLY LU myVillage, 01-09/10 See full list
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  • “There is always something new on the menu and I like it that they always attempt creative spins around local favourites”

    RELISH GARDENS myVillage, 02-07/09 See full list
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  • “The mall is also home to a slew of other dining concepts like the second, albeit smaller, outlet of a well-loved dessert café, Little Wimbly Lu.”

    DINING IN SGV A Complete Guide See full list
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  • “We might even go as far to say we think this suburb will become the new Holland Village!”

    SERANGOON GARDENS CIRCUS See full list
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#myVillageStories

    LOW YI MEI, 18

    Some say the town is small and insignificant. Small? Yes. But insignificant? That is wrong in many ways. img

    TAN AH LING, 55

    I remember visiting Paramount Theaters when I was a kid. It was the best experience I know. img

    MAUREEN FOO, 36

    My fondest memory of Serangoon Gardens is my guppy-catching days with my brothers at Tavistock Park. img

    CASSANDRA LEONG, 28

    10 years have passed since I first started coming to Serangoon Gardens. Every corner brings a hint of nostalgia... img

    ONG YI CHAO, 29

    I missed the days where I played hide-and-seek with my siblings, chasing each other around the famous roundabout at Serangoon Gardens Circus. img

    SAMANTHA SEAH, 21

    My dad still remembers the times when Serangoon Garden Village was a cinema, while I can only remember the ever-present Coffee Bean... img

    CHERYL LEE, 20

    Serangoon Gardens, to me, represents a small quaint village that I treasure deeply and have grown to love. It will always have a special place in my heart. img

    WONG AN WEI, 37

    Now Serangoon Gardens has grown and matured, but in my heart, it will always be a village where good memories were created and kept. img

    YEO BEE LAY, 60

    Having stayed in Serangoon Gardens for several years, what I missed most are the gastronomic delights in that area. img
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