Remember to give yourself a Pen name!
Dear Readers, thanks so much for taking the time to write your comments! May I encourage you to write under a pen name because we just have too many Anonymous people that it is difficult to tell if it is someone new or an experienced reviewer who has written in many times! You can do […]
One Li Xiang: La La Hokkien Mee: Geylang East Central 4 of 6
This stall is no longer in operation With iwatch_ueat, tamago, smart and liverpool Now this is an interesting twist to the good old Hokkien Mee! What do you think Hokkien Mee would taste like if you add some La La (Clams) to it? I remembered having the KL style Hokkien Mee with La La at […]
Ng Soon Kee Fish and Duck Porridge: Shiokafishsoup!: Geylang East Central Part 3 of 6
With liverpool, smart, tamago and iwatch_ueat When you look at the mound of freshly sliced fish at this stall, you immediately know that you are dealing with a man who cares about fresh ingredients. Especially with the monsoon rains causing a shortage in supply of fresh fish, it takes a real passionate Teochew Ah Hia […]
Tang Cheng Chicken Rice: Back after 10 years in exile!: Part 2 of 6
With liverpool, iwatch_ueat, smart and tamago We stumbled upon this brand new stall which looked very promising. According to the owner, they are previously a popular stall in Jurong before they took a 10 year break. (This is according to them, if you had patronized their stall before could you please let us know?) Anyway, […]
Citizoom Minced Fish Noodle: Everything is made from Fish! Geylang East Central Part 1 of 6
With smart, iwatch_ueat and liverpool Now this is a great one for those looking for something novel and healthy. This place sells Shou Gong Yu Mian (Handmade Fish Noodles). Not only is the noodle made of fish, the brown crispy stuff is also made of fish, the wanton is stuffed with fish and the noodles […]
Yong Huat: Fryin’ Hokkien Mee since 1949
Found another yummy Hokkien Mee in the East! I find that it’s getting harder to pick a real “King” of Hokkien Mee because they all have slightly different characteristics and each has its own merits. For instance, I enjoy the thin beehoon type because it gives more bite to the hokkien mee and is usually […]
Aston’s Wagyu Grade 9 Platinum Ribeye Steak!
Aston is really like Dexter in his Laboratory. He is always trying to experiment with different types of beef just for the fun of it. (I think he simply enjoys the look of delight when someone tastes something like Wagyu for the very first time) And the best part of it is that the prices […]
Mary’s Corner: Tau Kwa Pau
Tau Kwa Pau (Bean Curd Pau)is one of those hawker dishes that you don’t readily find anywhere, so it is hard to make a comparison and say which one is the best. It seems to me that all the mediocre ones have left the scene and what’s left are the ones which are relatively good. […]
Rong Yi Hong Kong Tim Sum: Really Juicy Big Pao!
The ratings of the Chicken Pao have been adjusted to reflect other readers reviews! I have been meaning to blog (and eat) this Pao for ages! I ate here a few months back upon the recommendation of one of the forummers and it was just as he described it! When you break open the pao, […]
Allaudin’s Briyani: Briyani Nice
Shown here with fried chicken instead of the usual curry chicken There were 3 rows of Indian/Malay Muslim stalls, and each row having at least 3 stalls selling Briyani. Yet only this stall had a long queue. Ohhh, I am excited, the Briyani must be as good many people claimed it to be. But alas, […]
Tom’s Palette: Not good, VERY good ice cream!
With smart, byron and iwatch_ueat I seldom rave about dessets. But I am going to rave about the ice cream here because its been awhile since I was bowled over by an ice cream. I always liked small eateries where the people are really passionate about their food. When ice cream is made with such […]
Wa Gung Brew Soup: Soup Baked in Urns
With smart, iwatch_ueat and liverpool Now this is an excellent and rather unexpected discovery! Makanuncle smart was wondering around this area when he spied a soup shop which “Bakes” its soup in a Traditional Chinese Soup Urn. This is the first time I have come across this style of cooking soup. Most of the soups […]