Ice Cream Gallery: This is no Hum Drum Rum (n Raisins)
With holydrummer and iwatch_ueat Thanks to the comments by Kare Kevil, I found myself standing outside this small outlet of The Ice Cream Gallery at Eastwood Centre. I must say that I really do like our very own homegrown ice creams more than the international brands. Their adventurous offerings never fails to bring novelty and […]
Ohsumi Japanese Restaurant: Porky Paradise
With the ieatfamily With so many places offering $15 steamboats, why would you want to pay $35 just for a Pork Shabu Shabu? Well for me I rather go for quality rather than quantity. My daily calorie allowance is limited, so why spend my calories on 2nd rate slices of pork when you can have […]
Satay Power Returns @ Al Azhar
Those that have been waiting for Satay Power to make a comeback can rejoice because they can now be found round the clock over at Al-Azhar (Cheong Chin Nam Road) It was a shame that Zsa Zsa’s had to close its doors at Jalan Kayu just when Satay Power was gaining popularity. I am glad […]
The Majestic: Lobster Noodles!
With iwatch_ueat and bubbles chilled Hokkaido scallops with yuzu soya vinaigrette My wife always raved about the Lobster Noodles that she ate in London and claimed that there is nowhere else in the world with better Lobster Noodles. Just when I was wallowing in self-pity about the fact that there is no opportunity in the […]
Poy Kee Yong Tau Foo: Shorter Queue, but still quite good. People’s Park Food Centre Part 3 of 3
With iwatch_ueat, smart, damien and liverpool People’s Park Food Centre was really a bit of an anticlimax. The place has so many stalls and is such a bustling hive of activity, but there are so few really die die must try stalls to eat at. Am I missing something? This is right at the heart […]
Toh Kee: Dark Roast Duck: People’s Park Food Centre Part 2 of 3
With smart, damien, liverpool and iwatch_ueat This is another of Singapore’s Zhao Pai (Famous) Roast Ducks and the name is almost synoymous with People’s Park Centre. With a roast duck so yummy, I wonder why there aren’t more people trying to copy their style. Well, maybe the difference is not huge, but the first thing […]
Loh Mei: The one and only stall?: People’s Park Food Centre Part 1 of 3
With iwatch_ueat, damien and liverpool This is one of those blogs which I have a hard time writing. I write best when I am enamoured with the food. So why even include this stall in the blog? Well, I was told this is the “Last of the Mohicans”, the “Final Dodo” even rarer than an […]
Zam Zam: Mega Murtabak Mania
I walked into Zam Zam feeling like a kid taking a Disneyland ride for the first time. If you love Murtabak like me, I am sure you would feel the same. I mean this Prata Chef at the front of this 99 year old restaurant was flipp’n the most gigantic and awesome Murtabaks I have […]
Swiss Baeckerei: Chinese New Year! Time to Pig Out!
Tis the season for Pigging out! This coming Chinese New Year the world’s porcine population is going to suffer a big blow when thousands of piglets make their way onto our plates. Actually, have you ever considered that the pig is actually quite close to humans? Yah, they are hairless, their skin is pink, they […]
Yakiniku Daidomon: Beef! Beef! Beef!
My birthday dinner with the ieat family These pictures are going to elicit 2 extreme responses. The first would be “Wah Lao! Look at all that FAT!” The second is “Wah Lao! LOOK at all that fat!” One group would not go near it, the other would be drawn to it like a Sotong (Squid) […]
Don Your Personal Pie Club: Chicken Pies and Crab Bee Hoon?? You must be kidding!
With liverpool and iwatch_ueat I have heard people talking about Don’s pies before, but I never really made the effort to go there. So it was fate that brought me here on my Birthday of all days! It so happened that somehow through some miscommunication, the wonderful lunch planned by my friend iwatch_ueat was cancelled […]
Hock Lam Street Beef Kway Teow: Traditional Teochew Recipe since 1911
With liverpool and iwatch_ueat My Beef Kway Teow list would be incomplete without the inclusion of this famous stall which has been around for almost a century. Hock Lam Street is famous not only for its traditional Teochew Beef Kway Teow recipe, lately it has also become well known for having the most agreeable looking […]