Fragrant Pig Trotter Bee Hoon: Eating Pig’s Feet will Keep You Looking Young!
I always tend to associate pig trotters with the elderly. I think it is a cultural thing, but we Chinese always talk about grandma eating pig trotters. Nowadays, pig trotters are becoming fashionable again with celebrity chefs like Fergus Henderson advocating nose to tail eating. It wasn’t long before the scientists also got into the […]
Heng Gi Goose and Duck Rice: True Heritage Braised Duck
When you talk about braised duck, this is the one stall that is a bit of a legend in Singapore. The old man has been selling braised duck for over 60 years since he was a small boy helping out at his fathers stall along Tewchew street. Before Tekka market closed for renovations, I heard […]
Ah Seah Eating House: Ultimate comfort food for a Teochew Ah Hia
Teochew Porridge is the ultimate comfort food for a Teochew Ah Hia like myself. Although I would be the first to admit that though I have 100% Teochew DNA, my selection of dishes to accompany my porridge won’t be able to score me a distinction if I were sitting for the entrance exams for admission […]
Lao Liang Pork Trotter Jelly: They don’t do it like this anymore!
With iwatch_ueat and SCS Butter Now this is a dish you don’t often get to see nowadays. (Actually I don’t think it was ever that common). I admit that this was the first time that I was introduced to this Teochew Dish myself. It is yet another nail in the coffin of my self delusional […]
Teo Kee Mushroom Minced Pork Noodle: Melt in your Mouth Braised Pork Soft Bones
I simply love braised pork soft bone, don’t you? I just could not resist ordering a bowl of this Braised Pork Noodle. The Pork Soft Bone has been cooked till you can finish the whole bowl of noodle without leaving anything in the bowl or on the table next to the bowl. Talking about throwing […]
Xing Ji Braised Duck: Good Enough to switch loyalties!
This stall is closed On assignment with Professional Photographer, Alec Ee Set for 2, $8 Photo by Alec Ee On this occasion, I was invited to join professional photographer, Alec Ee to a photoshoot of his favourite Braised Duck stall which according to him is better (in a different sort of way) from the famous […]
Boon Tong Kee Kway Chap: Old World vs New World Hawkers: Zion Road Riverside Food Centre: Part 2 of 3
With iwatch_ueat, damien, smartgoh and The HolyC You know, I am beginning to realize that just as wines are divided into New and Old World wines, each with a distinctive taste, Singapore Hawker Fare can also be divided into Old World and New World tastes. Food that comes from a 40 year old wok and […]
With PK, yummiedummies, iwatch_ueat, liverpool and smart This stall is famous for serving out a braised wild boar. Since I have not eaten wild boar in recent memory, I decided to try it out to see what a pig on the wild side would taste like. We were dissappointed to find that instead of wild […]
Loh Mei: The one and only stall?: People’s Park Food Centre Part 1 of 3
With iwatch_ueat, damien and liverpool This is one of those blogs which I have a hard time writing. I write best when I am enamoured with the food. So why even include this stall in the blog? Well, I was told this is the “Last of the Mohicans”, the “Final Dodo” even rarer than an […]
Tang Cheng Chicken Rice: Back after 10 years in exile!: Part 2 of 6
With liverpool, iwatch_ueat, smart and tamago We stumbled upon this brand new stall which looked very promising. According to the owner, they are previously a popular stall in Jurong before they took a 10 year break. (This is according to them, if you had patronized their stall before could you please let us know?) Anyway, […]
Lee Xin Braised Duck: Tender Braised Duck: North Bridge Food Centre 1 of 2
With smart, liverpool and iwatch_ueat I have been passionate about blogging those really old established hawker stalls because since they have been around for so long, their food ought to be good (akin to Darwin’s theory about survival of the fittest yah?) But you know what, I realise that what really makes the food good […]
Chuan Lai Kway Chap King: The First is actually the Last
This blog is dedicated to all the Surgeons that I have worked with. I know how you all yearn for Kway Chap after a long hard day at the operating theatres! If I asked you to guess what the first picture showed, only those who are Kway Chap Afficianados and those who have done a […]