What she ate: Puffle ice cream
Yummy factor: “My head says go to the gym, my heart says eat more ice cream,” Julie wrote before asking, “Was there a saying that eat[ing] some ice cream a day keeps the doctor away??” No, Julie, there never was. But good try.
What she ate: Oatmeal
Yummy factor: Another actress with a food dilemma was Ya Hui who was torn between having a slice of rainbow cake or boring oatmeal. She eventually settled for the latter - not something we would have picked but considering how much she ate in Korea, it was probably a good idea to rein in a little.
What he ate: Flying truffle somen served with ikura and sakura ebi at Hana
Yummy factor: Did Lee Teng acquire telekinesis powers, or is this just another restaurant gimmick? Regardless, this presentation makes you look twice.
Elvin Ng and Kym Ng
What they ate: Roti prata for breakfast
Yummy factor: Talk about a flavour-packed breakfast -- check out how crispy and flaky this prata looks, just begging to be dipped in the fragrant curry. No wonder Elvin and Kym were smiling from ear to ear.
What he ate: Thomas fell sick in Shenzhen but still managed to get out of bed for beef noodles.
Yummy factor: Geez, when we’re under the weather, we get porridge. Thomas? He gets treated to noodles and hunks of beef swimming in hearty broth.
What he ate: Sashimi platter at Four Seasons Hotel Kyoto
Yummy factor: Who wouldn’t want to trade places with Dick and eat ultra fresh sashimi, dressed in vintage Versace? Imagine taking a sip of red wine before scooping a mouthful of globular, salty salmon roe that burst and ooze in your mouth.
What she ate: Double ice cream scoops in a cone encrusted with chocolate and sprinkles
Yummy factor: Another fancy ice cream, this one bearing a slight resemblance to a unicorn. These days, a plain, undecorated ice cream cone just doesn’t cut it.
What she ate: All her favourite Thai dishes, including tom yum soup, Thai chicken basil, Thai crab cakes, and pad thai
Yummy factor: This is Thai food nirvana: dishes bolstered with fish sauce, palm sugar, basil, cilantro, lemongrass and lime for flavours that sing.
Joanne Peh and Baby Qi
What she ate: For Baby Qi’s first community lunch with her playmates in school, mummy Joanne Peh prepared a bento with rice cakes, steak, broccoli and a hard-boiled egg.
Yummy factor: Guess who’s going to be rollin’ up to school like a baller with STEAK for lunch? When we were her age we didn’t even know what steak was; the sophistication level of our packed lunches peaked at a soggy peanut butter sandwich and a box of raisins. Sigh, we’d call dibs on this bento.
What he drank: Ice matcha latte
Yummy factor: We judge a latte by the ratio of froth-to-drink, just as we judge a guy in a tank top by his biceps. Happy to say it’s a pass for both.
What she ate: Llao Llao frozen yoghurt topped with chocolate-coated muesli
Yummy factor: Adulting at its best: eating dessert drenched in creamy caramel sauce for dinner.
Zhang Zhen Huan, Rebecca Lim and Zoe Tay
What they ate: Hot pot while filming
Yummy factor: Check out that spread (there's even shabu shabu meat!) and delicious-looking soup! And here we thought food featured during shoots were just for show.
What he ate: Economic rice heaped with vegetables
Yummy factor: Economic rice: a godsend when you’re alone and too lazy to cook. As disgruntled and lonesome as Derrick appears, this meal actually looks pretty healthy. There’s just so much food we’re not sure that dinky spoon is adequate.
He Ying Ying
What she ate: Fried rice at 12:57am
Yummy factor: It might be too oily for a midnight meal, but Ying Ying wrote that she was hungry after work so we don’t blame her.
What she ate: Durian
Yummy factor: A durian party you can smell from 100 metres away. Based on the discarded durian shells in the back, these golden puppies were probably freshly peeled and delicious.
What she drank: Cheese tea with pearls
Yummy factor: Even celebs can’t resist the latest bubble tea craze. Hong Ling opted for pearls add-on, making this rich drink even more filling.
What he ate: Noodles and yakitori
Yummy factor: Someone sure enjoys Japanese cuisine, but based on his crazy ecstatic expression, JJ preferred the yakitori.
What he ate: Thai papaya salad with beer
Yummy factor: After eating crunchy, spicy salad, there’s no better way to cool the flames than guzzling an ice cold beer. Josh wants us to know he’s really enjoying the moment, so he closed his eyes. Okay we get it Josh.
What she ate: Moon cakes from Pan Pacific
Yummy factor: Admit it, ladies. Sometimes you’re more excited for the moon cake packaging than for the moon cakes themselves. Hey, they make great storage boxes.
What he ate: Curry puffs that Rebecca Lim brought, brownies that Chen Yi Xin baked, and pineapple cake among other snacks at work
Yummy factor: Drooling on our keyboards just from the sight of this spread, especially those chewy brownies. Hmm, you’d think all they did at work was eat… Just kidding!
What she ate: A pastry from that previously pictured spread
Yummy factor: No doubt Ah Jie was more than pleased with the free goodies backstage. Behold the golden flakes!
What he ate: Sliders
Yummy factor: Mini patties nestled between toasty soft buns, slider burgers are dangerous; they lure you in with their smaller size and then before you know it, you’ve gobbled down a few in succession. So, how to prevent overeating? Share like these three.
What she ate: Sheila and the 118 family celebrated Roy Li’s birthday with a cake at Krazy Salad Bar.
Yummy factor: When there’s this much warmth between friends and colleagues, a simple cake will do.
What she ate: Matcha zebra cheesecake that she baked herself
Yummy factor: It was after several trials that Tanya was finally able to make this moist matcha masterpiece. After all her hard work, she ate a slice then gave the rest away to friends, and that marks the difference between us, because we would have hung onto every last crumb of this.