Mizzy’s Corner: Which Nasi Lemak Stall? Changi Village Hawker Centre Part 5 of 6
With smart, holydrummer and iwatch_ueat Shown here with an extra chicken wing Can’t get away from a Changi Village series without blogging about the Nasi Lemak. I guess the main question on everybody’s mind is NOT “which one is the most popular” because International Nasi Lemak is the one with the longest queue. The real […]
Beef Kway Teow: Flavour that you can See! Changi Village Hawker Centre Part 4 of 6
The owners have retired and the stall is closed I find it the most satisfying to discover stalls which sell really great food, BUT which still does not have any newspaper cuttings or pictures of Mediacorp Stars on them! Don’t let the simple, unadorned frontage of the stall fool you. Within this unassuming cubicle lies […]
eBlackBoard Reformatted: New Chef and New Menu!
This stall is closed eBlackBoard is a great case study for those who intend to write a thesis on how Blogging and the Internet are influencing the way eateries are evolving. For those unfamiliar with the background to this, here is the flashback before we begin this episode. Back in September, I got news that […]
Sri Bastari: Is my Ayam Penyet? Changi Village Hawker Centre Part 3 of 7
With smart, holydrummer and iwatch_ueat For those who go to Changi Village Hawker Centre but never bother to venture across to the market side….. well you have been missing out on quite a gem! Ok, I am really talking about the biggest Sua Gu (Mountain Tortoise) which is myself! Ayam Penyet is the healther alternative […]
Amigo: Bak Chor Mee my Friend: Changi Village Hawker Centre Part 2 of 6
This is one of the better Bak Chor Mees around and I actually like the chilli here more than many other stalls. For me, the balance of the chilli and vinegar is just right and the combination of the mince pork and the sauce was really shiok. The only thing that is preventing it from […]
Wing Kee Ipoh Hor Fun: Ipoh is right here in Changi! Changi Village Food Centre Part 1 of 7
Most people come to Changi Village Hawker Centre to eat the Nasi Lemak. I WAS one of them. But I think I just found a stall which is so Shiok! that I would travel by bus, MRT, bus and bus all the way from Tuas to Changi just to eat it then do the B,B,M&B […]
Chuan Lai Kway Chap King: The First is actually the Last
This blog is dedicated to all the Surgeons that I have worked with. I know how you all yearn for Kway Chap after a long hard day at the operating theatres! If I asked you to guess what the first picture showed, only those who are Kway Chap Afficianados and those who have done a […]
Yong Tau Foo: Is this the Ultimate YTF?
With our new makanbro, Liverpool1965! Tucked in the People’s Park Complex Food Centre is this stall with the longest queue I have ever seen!! And for something as unexciting (for me) as Yong Tau Foo! How can people get excited over Yong Tau Foo? Everyone gets a standard bowl of Yong Tau Foo with no […]
Yang Sheng Vegetarian Hub: Save a few prawns once in a while
I was walking along the row of shophouses on Macpherson Road looking for this shop which my friend brought me to once, that sold this really yummy DEEP FRIED BELLY PORK but to my surprise the shop is now under new ownership! My Coronary Clogging Saturated Fats Restaurant had repented of its sins and turned […]
Hong Kong Street Chun Kee: Is there milk in the soup?
With ieatFamily, skinnyfoodie and chinchyeguy Everytime I eat this type of fish soup, I have 2 questions. The first is, “How come the soup is white?” The second is, “Why are there so many restaurants named Hong Kong Street, which one is the original one and how come the government allow so many restaurants to […]
Lee Kee Goreng Pisang: Save up your Calories! Bedok Interchange Food Centre Part 7 of 7
With smart, holydrummer and iwatch_ueat I don’t usually eat Goreng Pisang because I try to avoid deep fried, carbo rich food whenever I can. (The worse is the fried Mars Bar which I heard can now be found in Singapore!) However, when I find one as good as this one, I will make an exception! […]
Katong (Tong Kee) Laksa: Lemak and Shiok! Bedok Interchange Part 6 of 7
This stall is closed It used to be that Katong Laksa meant a specific shop in Katong serving a special laksa which you ate with a spoon. Nowadays, there are so many Katong Laksas around that it has come to mean a certain style of laksa which is meant to be eaten with just the […]