Both my dad and I share a love for satay - especially a juicy stick of Hainanese pork satay! So when my dad asked me if I wanted to join him on a Satay trail around Singapore to "Make Satay Great Again", I did not hesitate to say yes! So with that, we embarked on our Ultimate Hainanese Pork Satay trail.
Citi Gourmet Pleasures Food Trail: In Pursuit of Porcine Pleasures
Since we still cannot travel overseas yet, let us do the next best thing and take you around the world in search of Porcine Pleasures with Citi Gourmet Pleasures, which is just a fancy way of saying that we are looking for the best pork dishes from around the world! For our first stop, we […]
Remember Lavender Food Square? They used to house famous hawker stalls like Kok Kee Wanton Mee, Miow Sin Carrot cake and Albert Street Prawn Mee. The hawker centre, together with the neighbouring Eminent Plaza, were demolished in 2014 and in its place now stands ARC 380. The building has been in operation since 2018, but […]
The Yong Tau Foo Story – its origins and evolution
When you think about Yong Tau Foo (YTF), what comes to mind is probably a smorgasboard of items stuffed with fish paste and served in soup or drenched in sweet sauce. Then there is Hakka YTF which is supposedly the original version which has minced meat stuffing instead of fish paste. But just how did […]
Mei Chin Fish Soup: Tai Seng Industrial Estate Gem!
Thanks to my Auto Rescue Kaki, I discovered another gem of a fish soup stall that managed to remain under the foodie radars because of its location in Tai Seng Industrial Estate. Click here for more Industrial Estate Gems This particular stall, which has been here for the last 23 years, serves classic Teochew style […]
Good Eats and Hidden Gems: Gourmet East Kitchen Food Trail
Today we take you on a most interesting industrial estate food trail. Rather than visiting the usual hawker stalls we take you to Gourmet East Kitchen in Bedok which houses many central kitchens which manufacture food for hotels and other eateries. I’ll bet many of you would have never even thought of visiting a place […]
Joo Chiat Constituency turns 60 this year and will be celebrating it’s birthday with a Carnival with rides, live entertainment, games and, of course, good food which I have helped to curate from around the Joo Chiat area! We did a food trail to visit some of the eateries in Siglap who will be participating […]
Good Eats and Hidden Gems: Sin Ming Industrial Estate Food Trail
We continue our exploration into our industrial heartlands to uncover good food and hidden gems! In today's trail, we will uncover a coffeeshop where toast is still done over charcoal and where you can see poh piah skin being made by hand. We will also showcase a stall making blue pea mee hoon kway and a cafe that serves a mean lu rou fan! So hit the play button and let's go!
Good Eats and Hidden Gems: Kampung Ubi Industrial Estate Food Trail
This is the 2nd in a series of food trails where we try to uncover good eats hidden in our industrial estates! These areas are often overlooked as places to go for food because we just assume that they cater only to the workers in the estate. But if you dare to go in and […]
Good Eats and Hidden Gems: Alexandra Village Industrial Estate Food Trail
I am doing a series of food trails into the industrial estates to uncover good eats that might have escaped your foodie radar. I think there is a general idea that food centres located in industrial areas cater mainly for workers in the estate so most of us won't think about venturing into an industrial estate just to find food.
Rocketgirl (@FeiEats) and I celebrate our “going out” anniversary every year in October. Of course, when I got to know her, I got to know her family as well, so this year I also invited her family to join us for a special meal. Rather than go out to a restaurant somewhere, I thought it […]