Sik Wai Sin: Old School Cantonese Style Homecooked Dishes!
I have always felt that there are too many restaurants in Singapore offering too many things on their menu. Restaurants really only need to have a few signature dishes which are outstanding and the fans will just line up outside the place just for those dishes. Think about the last time you went to Jumbo […]
I last blogged about Famous Islamic back in 2007 when the blog was barely six months old. Since then, they have moved further up North Bridge road, dropped the “Famous” from their name, and the given a much needed makeover. There has been very mixed reactions to this Biryani. Some people, especially those from overseas […]
Liang Kee Teochew Restaurant: Teochew Chef behind the Wok!
Address updated: 27 Feb 2016 I always get excited about restaurants where the Chef also happens to be the owner of the restaurant. I get even more excited when I find out that the Chef happen to be a 2nd generation owner who has been wokking for the last 30 years. That usually means that […]
It’s true that the press likes to sensationalize things. There is no better way of getting readers to buy papers then to have headings like “Let’s yee sang for another round of food fight” (1) and then following it up with “Cyberwar of words over dish” (2). But just who is waging the war? I […]
Spring Court Restaurant: The Oldest Chinese Restaurant in Singapore
Did you know that Spring Court Restaurant is the oldest Chinese restaurant in Singapore? I admit that I never knew it until I visited Spring Court recently. Perhaps those Gen Xers and Baby Boomers might recognize it by its old name, “Wing Chun Yuen” which was THE place for Chinese Weddings back in the days […]