Victory Murtabak: 103 years and still going strong!
Murtabak is one just one of those dishes that never fails to excite. From the theatrics of the flipping the dough to the bubbling anticipation that builds while the flatbread is sizzling away on the griddle, there is very little not to like about Murtabak, except for what it does to your cholesterol levels! Like […]
You know, sometimes I think that there are pockets of Singapore which are like the Bermuda Triangle where we locals hardly ever venture and not much appears on the radar. Little India is one of them. Sure, every time I ask around for recommendations on Indian food, several names would pop up but when […]
I last blogged about Famous Islamic back in 2007 when the blog was barely six months old. Since then, they have moved further up North Bridge road, dropped the “Famous” from their name, and the given a much needed makeover. There has been very mixed reactions to this Biryani. Some people, especially those from overseas […]
This restaurant is closed I think there are essentially two schools of foodies when it comes to Nasi Biryani. There are those who like a heavy Biryani where the spices hit you like a truck and there are others who like the rice to be light and aromatic and decide how much masala they want […]
Subhaini Family Stall: Sup Kambing Sup Kambing! I found you at last!
I have blogged hundreds of hawker stalls in the last five years and you’d think that I would have covered a lot of ground by now. In the first few years, I has churning out one blog post daily. Now I am averaging around 3 posts a week. But you know what? There are still […]
Appam $2.50 I was watching Foodage and reminicing about the good old days when I saw them featuring Putu Mayam! That got me all excited ‘cos its the kind of food my mom used to buy home from the market when we were kids. I was that in the good old days, Putu Mayam was […]
Karu’s Banana Leaf Restaurant: Fish Head Curry worth travelling for
Fish Head Curry $28 There are two versions of Curry Fish Head in Singapore. One is the Chinese version where the fish head is steamed first before cooking in a curry which has less powdery spices and the other is the Indian version where the fish head is cooked a in pot of fiery spices […]
A Rashid Khan Indian Food: Old School Mee Siam and Sup Kambing!
Indian Mee Siam I get really excited every time I manage to find a good Indian Mee Siam. It’s one of those dishes that are getting really hard to come by nowadays. I guess if you belong to a certain age group, you will probably remember two places in Singapore where this dish was famous. […]
I am undergoing an Indian Rojak Renaissance of sorts. Frankly I have not been eating that much Indian Rojak, but of late I have again rediscovered just how good Indian Rojak can be. I think the problem is that most places serve mediocre stuff because not many people bother to make their own anymore. So […]
Al Mahboob Indian Rojak: Sup Tulang, Rojak, Mee Kuah, All Red, All Good!
Indian Rojak It is said that there is no such thing as Indian Rojak in India. Well, if you think about it, it does make sense since “Rojak” is a Malay word and Indian Rojak is found only in Singapore and Malaysia. As to where Indian Rojak actually started, the details are still vague at […]
Arif tells me that since my first blog post about Bismullah Biryani, he has been motivated to further improve on his recipe because of the enthusiastic response of the kakis. Leading the way is our resident Biryani Buff, Cactuskit who has been the the restaurant 8 times over the last few weeks.I had issued Arif […]