At 50 cents each, you would be hard pressed to find a cheaper, more satisfying shiokness anywhere else. This simple snack of curried potatoes wrapped in a crispy shell and a cup of teh tarik might not make it as a course in a degustation menu, but no Singaporean would deny that it really does hit all the right gastronomic spots!
Yue Lai Xiang Cuttle Fish KangKong: Grandma’s recipe since 1939: Bedok Corner FC Part 3 of 3
With holydrummer and iwatch_ueat So many people were afraid that I would miss out on this stall! Well, I don’t like to dissappoint people, so here it is! The enterprising Granny of Yue Lai Xiang actually started off selling Jiu Her Eng Chye (Cuttlefish KangKong) before diversifying to Cheng Tng (See previous blog). Stall owner […]
I admit that I am a very poor Orh Luak (Oyster Omelette) Afficianado. I don’t actually enjoy the oyster that much. What I like, horror of horrors, is actually the egg and the sticky gooey paste! So Orh Luak has not been a regular item on my list of foods to eat. I am including […]
Yue Lai Xiang Cheng Tng: This is One Special Cheng Tng: Bedok Corner FC Part 1 of 3
With holydrummer and iwatch_ueat When it comes to Cheng Tng, I only know of one that really stands heads and shoulders above the rest. Yue Lai Xiang has been around since Bedok Corner Hawker Centre was still by the beach. Started by Grandma, the secret recipe has been handed down for 3 generations and it […]