Old Village KL Pork Noodle Soup: Cheap and Good, Comfort Food
This whole hawker thing is actually quite simple. You just need to be able to make something familiar, delicious and cheap and very soon you will get a long queue. Then, word will start spreading on social media and before long, you will be opening a second stall. If you don't believe me, just keep your eye on this particular stall. This unassuming little stall had just opened barely a month ago and they have already attracted a perpetual queue from the time they open at 7am till they sell their last bowl at around 2pm!
This particular laksa stall has been on my "to do" list ever since I wrote about the neighbouring Delicious Duck Noodles stall a decade years ago! Somehow I just never got to it as they are usually sold out before I end my morning clinic.
Tanglin Halt Original Peanut Pancake: A Blast from the Past
Time flies! It’s been 10 years since I wrote about this particular stall at Tanglin Halt market and food centre! It’s so good to see that Mr and Mrs Deng are still busy making their traditional peanut pancakes! This time round, I managed to interview Mr Deng for an episode of “On the Red Dot”. […]
Soon Heng Hot and Cold Desserts: Hawkers we grow up with
I get a lot of different reactions whenever I pull out my DSLR camera. Some hawkers ask why I am taking photos. Others continue to work as if I wasn't there. But when Mrs Yang saw my camera, she quickly struck up her kawaii pose!
Tian Shui Chicken Rice: These feet are made for walkin’
Actually Singaporeans are pretty tame when it comes to food. I was asked about what type of food would be most interesting to feature on Andrew Zimmerman’s Bizarre foods when he came to Singapore and could only suggest things like Soup Tulang, Frog Porridge and chicken feet. It is nothing compared to the wierd and […]
Delicious Duck Noodles: Deliciousness since the year Man landed on the Moon
Ah Tanglin Halt. The name conjures up memories of dark alleyways, bare concrete and the 1 room flat where my maternal Ah Gong and Ah Mah used to live. Actually, it was quite scary. I did not have fond memories of visiting Ah Gong. But I was very young then, maybe 5 years old so […]