Biryani is found all over India you can't have a serious conversation about the dish without the mentioning Hyderabadi dhum biryani. Biryani is synonymous with Hyderabad just like Malaysian bak kut teh and Port Klang.
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 […]
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 […]
Temasek Indian Rojak: Not one, not Two but three Types of Prawn Fritters!
You like prawn fritters? I think they are one of the bests way to enjoy prawns because the whole prawn if fried so crispy that you eat the whole creature, shell, head, tomally and all. And that is where you get to enjoy the maximum flavour that a single prawn can provide. People go gaga […]
Soon Heng Fish Head Curry: The origins of Curry Fish Head cont….
The restaurant is closed! In my previous post, I managed to establish that it was Gomez who started the whole Fish Head Curry craze in Singapore. But when did the Chinese catch on? Ah, that is a good question. It’s actually the best kind of question because I know the the answer. And the answer […]
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 […]
With ChinChaiGuy I hope you realize just how much a part of you food really is. You are what you eat – literally. Don’t you find it amazing that a simple thing like milk can eventually turn into hair, flesh, fat, nerves etc etc? Well, that’s all a baby eats for the first six months […]
With iwatch_ueat, Nuffthing and davienne Ghee Roast “Rocket” Dosa Masala $3 I have said it before and I will repeat it again. Of all the different vegetarian cuisines, the one that would come closest to converting me into a herbivore has to be Indian vegetarian. Yes, it comes closest but I am still far from […]
With damien, liverpool, iwatch_ueat and introducing our travelling Aussie foodie: Blindate Butter Chicken $12.50 This restaurant was recommended by one of the many “Anonymous” readers of the blog in the Tandoori Restaurant blog. He mentioned that the food here was similar to Tandoori, but the prices were slightly lower. Now that sounds good to me! […]
Sin Hoe Hin KL Wanton Mee: Wanton Mee Challenge Part 3 of 3
With the ieatfamily $5 portion with extra ingredients If I asked you where you can find the best Wanton Mee, Little India would probably be the last place you would think about. But hidden amongst the maze of spice shops, restaurants and colourful textile shops is a rather old and run down coffeeshop that serves […]
With liverpool and iwatch_ueat In my quest to find the ultimate Briyani in Singapore, I was recommended this restaurant which sells a $11.50 Lamb Dum Briyani which I alluded to in my Hamid’s Briyani post. So I have been plotting to try this since before the CNY break. Before I get to the Briyani, let […]
786 (Azmi Restaurant): Same food, same coffeeshop since 1944
With mien, smart, accidental foodie, iwatch_ueat, fertilefoodie For those who want a taste of a blast from the past, head down to the junction of Norris and Serangoon road and you will find an “ancient” coffeeshop run by a whole bunch of Indian Muslims who look like they’ve been there since 1944! The shop’s specialty […]