Thai style Zi Char was quite the rage in the 90’s. I remember a particular Thai Zi Char place in Bedok where I used to frequent with my surgical registrar when I was still working at Changi General Hospital. It can best be described as Zi Char with Thai inspired flavours. In those days, authentic Thai food wasn’t as widely available and so this was our local version of Thai food.
What comes to mind when you mention Pulau Ubin? Probably images of Kampong houses, kids running around in singlets and catching spiders right? I guess that is the kind of image that a restaurant called New Ubin Seafood wants to project in the mind of the potential customer and they have managed to do it […]
OK, so you have been pigging out a little too much lately and feel a little bloated and a lot guilty. So you are looking for something a little bit more healthy in order to satisfy your conscience. Perhaps you even have to face your cardiologist (or your wife, mother or whoever) soon, and dread […]
Rong Cheng Bak Kut Teh: The history of Bak Kut Teh continued……
Bak Kut Teh – Pork Bone Soup with Tea Let’s make it very clear that Singapore did not invent pork bone soup. The idea of boiling pork bones in soup must have been around since pigs were first domesticated in China more than 5000 years ago. What Singapore did invent was Bak Kut Teh which […]
Prata Kosong 80 cents ea I have been lamenting the fact that the last prata stall which I blogged about closed down barely a week after I blogged about it. Till this day, I still don’t know what happened and I wonder sometimes if it had anything to do with the photo of the prata […]