My OSU Food Trip to Ann Arbor, Chicago and Boston: Steaks, Burgers, Pizzas and Lobster Sandwiches!
Lots of people have been asking about what I did last week in the US, so I decided to write a trip report now that I have finally gotten over my jet lag. In case you are wondering what the OSU is, well, it is basically a special unit set up under the Prime Minister’s […]
This place is closedPenang Prawn Mee ($8.90 with pork ribs, $6.00 without) Ah Penang food. Who doesn’t like it? I guess we all enjoy it because it is so much like Singapore food, yet different. One good example of this is the Hokkien Prawn Mee. The soup in Penang is usually very robust. So much […]
Penang Food Restaurant: A place to get your Assam Laksa and Penang Char Kway Teow fix
Assam Laksa $4 This year I want to focus a lot more on Cze Char stalls and in particular, Cze Char stalls which are dishing out more unusual and unique dishes. I actually want to start a new label called “Innovative Cze Char Dishes” and blog about dishes which our Cze Char chefs are experimenting […]
OK, the current score is Singapore 2, Penang 1. We are going to compare three more dishes in this post. The first one is the Char Siew and Sio Bak. When it comes to Char Siew, there is one undisputed champion of Char Siew and Sio Bak in Penang and that is the one at […]
We are not done with Penang just yet. There are still quite a few stalls to recommend for those who are planning to head up to Penang. The next two posts will cover the foods that are very similar between Singapore and Penang. So unlike Penang Laksa and Penang Char Kway Teow which are quite […]
Roti Canai Ah Breakfast. Of the three main meals of the day, this is the most special one for me because I seldom have the time to sit down for a nice slow meal. So when I am on holiday, I especially enjoy the luxury of sitting down to a breakfast of bacon, sausages, eggs […]
Penang Food Trial 3: The Iconic Penang Hawker Dishes!
Everyone talks about Penang Laksa. You either love it or hate it. But it is one of those things you have to try when you are in Penang and one of the most famous stalls is the one at Ayer Itam market which is just at the base of the trial to Kek Lok Si […]
Penang Food Trail 2: Streetside Night Spots Part 1
One thing I really enjoyed about Penang is the fact that they still have real streetside hawkers who come out at night to peddle their wares. These type of hawkers have long since dissappeared from Singapore except for the contrived ones along Lau Pa Sat and Gluttons Bay. There is a certain charm as well […]
Penang Food Trail 1: Penang Char Kway Teow – Round One goes to Penang
Contestant #1: Kedai Kopi Sin HuaRM 3.50, RM 4 with duck egg We wasted no time to get to our first food stall. I had skipped breakfast and the inflight meal, so when we touched down in Penang we headed straight for some Penang Char Kway Teow. Our first photostop was the Temple of the […]
The Canon-ieat Penang Photo and Food Trip: So is the grass really greener on the other side?
I’ve just return from the first official ieatishootipost overseas food trip and boy do I have lots of blog posts to write! Our team comprised of 15 participants, 7 of whom where there for food and photography while the rest were there for photography and food. Penang is a real foodies’ paradise and I have […]
Tokyo Eats Part 4: Sushi Daiwa: Sashimi at Tsukiji Market
Set Menu 3500 yen I have never been a big fan of Sushi. In fact, I have never been a big fan of fish either when I was younger. Now, that’s a big confession coming from a Teochew Ah Hia ‘cos, as you well know, we Teochews (are supposed to) love steamed fish. We love […]
Tokyo Eats Part 3: Matsuzaka Beef at Steakhouse Satou in Kochijoji
A5 Matsuzaka Beef Steak 270g 12,800 Yen Up till last month, my gastronomic holy grail had been to partake of the legendary Matsuzaka beef in Japan. I alluded to this when I was interviewed by Teo Pao Lin in the Straits Times last year when she asked me what my last meal would be. Now, […]