This stall is closed It is good to see hawkers thinking out of the box and making traditional foods like muah chee (glutinous rice cakes) more hip and attractive to the younger generations! It is also heartening to know that our food culture is deeply embedded inside the belly of every true blue Singaporean. I say […]
It’s sometimes very difficult to put your finger on why you like a certain dish. Some dishes just taste better. Others might evoke a sense of nostalgia. When you find a dish that can do both, that is when you can’t help but tell everyone about it. My first impression of this lor mee stall at Circuit […]
Dancing Char Kway Teow man of Circuit Road Food Centre
It is good to find a Char Kway Teow man who seems to have fun fun at work. Mr Chee Wei Liang, 60 tells me that he doesn't have time to exercise, so he incorporates a dance routine when he fries his kway teow in order to work up a sweat. I am sure that the heat and steam from the wok also helps to complete the sauna treatment.
One of my fondest food memories as a kid is a particular Pau that my dad used to buy from Toa Payoh Lor 5. It was from a little pau stall run by an elderly Hainanese couple. My dad always called it “Hainang” sic pau. I am not sure if the stall actually had a […]