A Noodle Story: Is this what the nex gen Singapore Noodles looks like?
Is this the future of Singapore’s hawker food? A bowl of Wanton Mee that has elements of both Japanese Ramen and traditional Wanton Mee? Some might applaud it for being innovative, perhaps the next stage in the evolution of our heritage hawker food. Others might consider it a cheap and poor imitation of the Japanese […]
Yuan Chun Famous Lor Mee: Lor Mee that spans the generations
There are few Lor Mee stalls that have such a long legacy as Yuan Chun Famous Lor Mee and this blog would not be complete without the mention of this very famous Lor Mee as its own signboard quite proudly declares. I had tried to blog this place three times before, but they have been […]
With Cactuskit and liverpool Chilli Crayfish (deshelled) $12 Although this blog is about great food, you all realize that the stalls that we frequent do not necessarily sell THE best food. No, there are several other factors that influence how we decide where to eat our next meal, right or not? At least for myself, […]
All Natural Kitchen: You make me feel like a Natural….Man!
This Stall is closed Chicken Wraps $4.50 Ok, time for a post to highlight some healthier stuff for our gym going, organic insisting, calorie counting friends who want to make sure that their tight T shirts remain comfortably tight but not bursting at the seams. Yes, there is a market for people who want to […]
Teh Tarik can be a real emotive issue judging from the 79 heated responses from my last Teh Tarik post on Mr Tea. I wonder if there are more Teh drinkers than Kopi drinkers out there? Afterall, Tea is the most widely consumed beverage after water even though Coffee is the most widely traded commodity […]
Piao Ji Fish Porridge: Long Queue plus Pay More, still people come!
With Amagada, ieatjr and ieatprincess Sliced Fish Soup $5-$7 With the increased emphasis on a healthier lifestyle, I am making a conscious effort to eat more vegetables and trying to substitute meat with fish instead. That does not mean that I am giving up on lard and beef burgers. But as with all things, moderation […]
Zhen Zie Desserts: This is the good stuff! Amoy Street Supplemental
With ieatJr, iwatch_ueat and introducting our newest Makanbrother, Mien! After I published my series of stalls from the Amoy Street Food Centre, some of the forummers wrote in to say that it was not right that I should have missed this particular dessert store. And they were right! This is one stall that you should […]
sgkueh: Not Oni Orr Nee and Ondeh Ondeh! Amoy Street Food Centre Part 5 of 5
This stall is closed Fancy some restaurant style desserts like Orh Nee (Yam Paste) and Water Chestnut paste but don’t necessarily want to eat the rest of the 7 courses? Help is on the way! You can head down to sgkueh at Amoy Street Food Centre and satisfy for craving! And along the way you […]
Hoo Kee Rice Dumplings: Great Bak Changs! Amoy Street Food Centre 4 of 5
Don’t play play, OK? (Don’t take it lightly) The sign in front of this shop proclaims that you should call up to reserve your Bak Chang if you want to avoid dissappointment! Phwa, some forummers (tiantianchi) even claim that this store IS the icon for Amoy Street Food Centre! Others (superfinefeline) proclaim it their most […]
Han Kee Fish Porridge Amoy Street Food Centre Part 3 of 5
Healthy stuff can’t be all that tasty right? Wrong! This is one very tasty bowl of fish soup and it is healthy as well! It is probably one of the icons of Amoy Street Food Centre. One of the forummers (bobafett) is even willing to stick out his neck to proclaim it the best fish […]
Those yearning for a good Char Kway Teow in the Amoy Street Food Centre can try this one which is recommended by many forummers and ieatishootipost readers. Some have even compared it to the Margaret Drive Char Kway Teow. I found the texture and consistency of the kway teow very good. But, I usually like […]
Hong Kee Beef Noodle Amoy Street Food Centre Part 1 of 5
Yet another famous Beef Noodle Place! This hawker has been selling beef noodles for 48 years since his father’s time. They are so established they have a newspaper clipping from 23 years ago! The original stall was at Kock Street which then moved to Cuppage Centre. For the readers who still remember the Beef Kway […]