Hoe Kee Porridge: Perfect Porridge Anytime! Maxwell Food Centre Part 5 of 8
With smart, SurprisePocket, jezzz and iwatch_ueat Hoe Kee has been rapidly expanding their stalls in the last few years. I am very apprehensive about the quality of food at big operators such as Hoe Kee. But SurprisePocket insisted that they were better than Zeng Zeng’s (which is usually sold out by lunch anyway). This handmade […]
Big Scissors Curry Rice: Maxwell Food Centre Part 4 of 8
With smart, SurprisePocket, jezzz and iwatch_ueat What really catches your eye at this Stall is the variety of different dishes that you don’t usually see at the usual Chap Chye Peng (Variety of dishes with rice) Stall. We already tasted food from 8 different stalls, so we were already quite full and have expended 2 […]
Maxwell Fuzhou Oyster Cake: UFO Unidentified Frying Object
The last time I had Fuzhou Oyster Cake (Its proper name) must have been 20 years ago in Clementi when I still did not have to worry about my cholesterol levels. I remembered savouring every bit of the two UFOs which was all that I could afford at the time. (My parents gave me limited pocket money, which was good as I would be very much fatter if I had more money). But I can still remember how I would crave for it after Junior College.
Ode to my Stethoscope
A lighthearted look at the instrument closest to my Heart! Click here to read.
Guan Dong Wanton Mee: Braised Beef Doggy Style Maxwell Food Centre Part 2 of 8
This stall is closed This is the most unique beef brisket that I have ever set my eyes on. Instead of the usual dark brown sauce, this one was a tan, creamy colour. I must admit that it did not look very delicious at all! But, everything changed when I took my first sip. […]
Do you Grind your Teeth?
Some pointers for those who grind their teeth at night. Click here
Tian Tian Chicken Rice: The chilli man, its the chilli Maxwell Food Centre Part 1 of 8
When you are as famous as Tian Tian Chicken Rice, you are bound to attract controvesy. Oh yes, when you are so famous that the name Tian Tian is synonymous with Maxwell Food Centre, arguably one of the greatest Food Centres in Singapore, AND, you are the one Chicken Rice that Anthony Bourdain tasted when […]
Help Doctor, my child is CONSTIPATED!
Just posted this for one of the readers who wanted some info on what to do when her child is not passing motion regularly. Parents need to first understand when constipation is Constipation! Click here to read it
Mee Sua for those with Teeth!
If you were like me and thought that Mee Sua was only for the Elderly with no teeth, then prepare to have your paradigm shattered. Yep that’s right, you are looking at a bowl of Mee Sua Tar Mai Ter Kua (Dry Mee Sua, hold the liver) While other stalls may offer dry mee sua […]
Zhen Zie Desserts: This is the good stuff! Amoy Street Supplemental
With ieatJr, iwatch_ueat and introducting our newest Makanbrother, Mien! After I published my series of stalls from the Amoy Street Food Centre, some of the forummers wrote in to say that it was not right that I should have missed this particular dessert store. And they were right! This is one stall that you should […]
Bao Zai: Char Siew Bao you gotta try ABC Food Centre Part 4 of 4
I just discovered this 30 year old handmade charsiew pau which I feel is just really shiok to eat. I could just buy a dozen of these and pop them into my mouth while watching Seinfeld. I have already mentioned how relieved I was that there has been a resurgence of the handmade pau in […]
Yong Kee Fish Ball Noodle: Fishball at 2am anyone? ABC Food Centre Part 3 of 4
It is good to know that the humble fishball is experiencing a revival. Years ago the NEA (Environment Agency) restricted hawkers from making their own fishball for the sake of hygiene, it almost marked the dissappearance of the homemade fishball. Thankfully, the decision has been reversed and now I am discovering more and more homemade […]