Selera Restaurant Curry Puffs: Will the real Rex Curry Puff please stand up?
This stall has shifted You all have heard about the famous Rex Curry Puffs right? You know of course, that there really isn’t a stall called Rex Curry Puffs. Rex was actually the name of a cinema which in its heyday was a name that kids would scream with joy whenever daddy or mummy mentions […]
Killiney Curry Puffs: The best Curry Puff is a Fresh Curry Puff!
Epok Epok $1.20 Have you ever wondered how I find all the makan places on the blog? Well, when I first started the blog it was quite easy. Just look for lists of all the best food places that people have posted on the internet. Once that began to dry up, I started our own […]
Review by Holydrummer This post is dedicated especially to all Brazil fans – which is really half of our entire population! I think that some of you are probably wishing that Felipe Melo would retire (early) as a professional footballer to be a passador. He would be happier. Just look at his elder brother: Senor […]
Boon Lay Power Nasi Lemak: Power to draw the Crowds!
If you live all the way in the West and are looking for a plate of Nasi Lemak late at night, then you would probably head for Boon Lay Power Nasi Lemak. At least that would explain why there seems to be a perpetual queue of 20 people lining up for the Nasi Lemak. We […]
AdvertorialPizza Hut’s New Soft Shell Crabbiatta Pasta $12.90 There was a time when Pizza Hut was really Pizza “Hut”. I don’t know how many of you would remember this, but in the good old days, there was one particular Pizza Hut restaurant in Jurong that was in a standalone building with its own parking lot […]
Nasi Padang Nothing hits the spot quite like a good plate of rice drenched in a coconut laden gravy. And it doesn’t get better than Nasi Padang except, maybe, very good Nasi Padang. Finding Hajjah Mona was qutie easy. Our kakis were just sitting at the newly refurbished Geylang Serai Food Centre and for the […]
Rosraihanna Soto and Satay: At last, a good Satay!
This Stall is closed It’s been a long while since I was really thrilled by a Malay style satay. Just last month, I was in KL and I had the opportunity to try the famous Sate Kajang. I came away feeling that it hardly lived up to its reputation even though the stall sold 40,000 […]
Indian Mutton Soup: Tastes exactly like what I had when I was a kid!
This stall is closed One of my fondest food memories is how my Dad used to rave about Soup Kambing. I can’t remember where we ate the Soup Kambing, but I would always remember that it was one of his favourite dishes. But even though I cannot remember the place, I will always remember the […]
Bismillah Biryani: Our Kakis’ current favourite Briyani
Mutton Dum Biryani $6 I think one of the most gratifying aspects of being a foodie is when you discover something tasty which your kakis have not tried before and when you bring them to try it, they congratulate you for having discovered “the find of the century”. OK, they did not actually say “the […]
Rubiah Muslim Food: To get your Sotong Roe, you need to get past the Nazi
With Smart, Sumosumo, Wahcow, Cactuskit, ijeff, chocolate and PK If you enjoy Sotong with roe, you are going to like this post. This is a stall that is frequented by Cactuskit and it has a perpetual queue outside the stall from the time they start selling. Now, I am not a big fan of Sotong, […]
With ijeff, taukwa, holybro, holydrummer, Cactuskit, smart, sumosumo and PK Do you remember the days when KFC was actually Kentucky Fried Chicken and that it was a sit down meal served on plates with proper knives and forks? Those were the days when KFC was first introduced to Singapore. In fact, KFC started in Malaysia […]
Update 15 July 2010 After renovation, the stall’s name has been changed to Sabeena Indian Food and is operated by Sabeek’s sister. Sabeek is now running another stall called Siraj Indian Food at Blk 270 Queen St Have you ever had one of those experiences when you eat something and suddenly felt as if you […]