HarriAnns Nonya Table: Third Gen Handmade Nonya Kueh!
With so many kopi places now going retro and offering old school biscuits and cakes, it was only a matter of time before someone starts offering traditional Nonya/Malay kuehs as another option to satisfy your need for a sweet delight in between meals.
ieat cooking Show Episode 3: Pork Omelette Vermicilli Soup
Today's recipe is a quick and delicious soup made with minced pork omelette.
Hong Seng Curry Rice: The Future of Hainanese Curry Rice
Meet Gen Y hawkerpreneur, Lim Jia Han who taking over the reins of his family's 20 year old hainanese curry rice stall in Redhill. He now wakes up early in the morning to start cooking the selection of 20 odd dishes at the stall every day.
Chasing the Jamon Iberico Bellota!
I got my first taste of the Jamon Iberico de Bellota back in April 2011 at the now defunct Santi restuarant. At that time, the AVA had just approved of its importation from Spain. It was one of those moments of epiphany which every pilgrim of gastronomy is searching for. The Jamon Iberico was presented very […]
Wang Yuan Fish Soup: Next Gen Salmon Fish Soup!
Healthy and delicious fish soup with a wide variety of fresh fish to choose from, quality vegetables and a big emphasis on safety and health. I used to think "healthy hawker food" was an oxymoron. Not any more! There is a great future for healthier hawker dishes, but stalls need to think out of the box like Wang Yuan and not just toss in some extra veggies just to earn the healthy label.
Teru Sushi: Pushing the Boundaries of Japanese Food
This is a good place to find quality, localised Japanese food at reasonable prices and one of the few places that is opened till the wee hours of the morning. Chef Steve is one of the few upcoming Japanese chefs whom I feel has a good sense of taste and creativity and who dares to experiment.
Top Ten Dishes of Malaysian Food Street @Resorts World Sentosa
Singaporeans love to travel to Malaysia to eat. The reason is very simple. Aside from the fact that it is usually cheaper to eat there, the fact is that Malaysian food is familiar to most Singaporeans yet different enough to be a unique experience. There are many reasons for these differences of which geographical differences […]
8 Days Eat TV Series: Complete Series!
Here are all 8 episodes of the 8 Days Eat TV Series which I filmed with the lovely Belinda Lee. I wanted to bring an extra-dimension to a typical food show by discussing certain things like how to choose crabs and durians and also some historical tit bits of Singapore food. I also wanted […]
29 Delights: Yummy Chicken Curry in a Hurry!
Chicken curry, that familiar orangey red curry with chicken and potatoes that appears almost every time you see a set of bain-marie at a house warming party, is the kind of dish which is so ubiquitous that it is hard to pin down what it really is. To a Singaporean, chicken curry is that familiar […]
Mediacorp Star Award Appearance
This hobby of mine has really brought me to where no GP has gone before! My latest appearance on the Mediacorp Star Awards to present the Social Media Award must be my most unnerving experience as I had to speak in Mandarin on live TV. When I was initially approached to do this, I had […]
Tiong Hoe Specialty Coffee: 50 years and still learning about Coffee
If you are looking for the coffee “Yoda” of Singapore, then you might find him sitting in Tiong Hoe Specialty coffee with a group of disciples trying to pick the brains of a man who has been roasting coffee beans for over half a century. But even after such a long pilgrimage, Mr Tan insists that he has […]
ieat’s cooking show: Ep 2 Salted Fish Steamed Pork Recipe
In this video, we learn from Mr Koh of Fragrant Garden Teochew Restaurant how to make a very simple, yet delicious dish which everyone can make at home. The key ingredient in this dish is the salted fish or mui heong which you can buy from your local wet market provision shop. This salted fish […]
Swee Kee Fish Head Noodle House: The history of Ka Soh!
I am sure most of our readers would have heard about Ka Soh and many would have eaten their famous Fish Head bee hoon soup and har cheong gai. But I haven’t…. till now. Ok, I know it is hard to believe, but you know, I started blogging about Singapore food in 2006 because when I […]