Noo Cheng Adam Road Prawn Noodle: Zion Road Food Centre Part 1 of 3
This stall is a branch of the one at Adam Road which I visited previously. The dry version over there was much better then the soup version as I felt the soup there really lacked the ooomph. I mentioned this to the stallowner. He smiled and assured me that the soup here is guaranteed to […]
Special Feature: Food Pics in 3D!
WARNING: Please make sure you don’t stare too long and take adequate breaks to look in the distance to minimize eye strain! Instructions: Place your head 1 foot from the screen. Cross your eyes and look at the 2 pictures. You should see that the 2 pictures start to overlap to form 3 pictures. The […]
Results of the Xiao Long Bao Polls
What is your favourite way of eating Xiao Long Bao? A total of 465 people took part in the poll and the results are shown above. The majority like to suck out the soup first then eat the XLB. I was part of the 24.6% of people who like to pop the whole thing into […]
Hua Nam: Old Style Coffeeshop Atmosphere
I walked pass this stall several times before deciding to actually order something from them. The thing that attracted me to the stall was the sense of nostalgia. The stall looked like it had been around for awhile and any stall that has a signboard that is handpainted must have something that has been keeping […]
New Banner and other stuff
Banner Ver 1.3 (Oct 2006 – Nov 2006)Thanks for all your comments on the new banner. I have been tweaking the banner since last week based on all your valuable feedback. It seems people like the old banner because of all the pictures. So I have incorporated some big pictures onto the new banner. With […]
Fishermen’s Wharf: Plenty of Fish in the Ocean!
This Stall is Closed! Atlantic Cod $16.50 The French have Foie Gras, the British have Fish n Chips. I always find it strange how two countries situated so close to each other can have such a difference in food culture. The British seem to lack imagination when it comes to food and Fish n Chips […]
Jason’s Fish Soup: Fish Skin anyone?
With iwatch_ueat and gubak This is another one of those food blogs to make Westerners cringe. (Not all, of course) As is widely known, we Chinese eat anything that has legs and have their backs facing heaven. (Where does that leave snakes and monkeys?) Not only that, we eat almost every part of the animal. […]
Wei Nan Wang Lor Mee: Inflation? What inflation?
With iwatch_ueat and introducing our latest makankaki, gubak Once upon a time, there was a young couple who started selling Lor Mee in Bugis Street. Forty years later they have moved several times, but they are still happily married and selling the same stuff at almost the same price! And the couple lived happily ever […]
The Roti Prata House: So Crispy you can use it as a Frisbee!
There are actually many variations of the ever popular Roti Prata in Singapore. One one end of the spectrum is the soft chewy type and on the other end, the super crispy type. All the rest fall in the middle of the spectrum somewhere. This prata would probably be very very close to the super […]
Sin Hoi Sai Eating House: Aston’s favourite Hangout!
With Amagada San Lou $6 Fans of Aston’s might wonder what the man himself actually eats. Well if you come to this Cze Char after 12mn, you might catch him tucking into a plate of San Lou. I actually ended up here because I reached Aston’s just when he was about to close and he […]
Shanghai RenJia: Shen Jian Pao Surprise!
They have opened in their new location in Ang Mo Kio Xiao Long Bao $4.80 for 5 I don’t remember ever eating Xiao Long Bao (XLB) when I was a kid. I think it is something that has taken Singapore by storm in the last decade. The beauty of the XLB is the spoonful of […]
Results of the First ieatishootipost Poll
The results of the first polls are in!! A total of 359 people have cast their votes. As shown in the pie chart:73.3% of readers polled said they log in daily20.9% said they log in at least once per week5.8% said they only log in when they need to look for something to eat It […]