Rui Kee Hainanese Chicken Rice: The Return of Swee Kee?
This stall has closed When it comes to Chicken Rice, there is only one name under the Singapore Sun that stands heads and shoulders above all the rest. Swee Kee. The very mention of the name strikes a chord of nostalgia amongst those around 30 and above.Swee Kee served the most yummilicious, tender and “chickeny” […]
Special Feature: Tau Sar Piah: Singapore’s very own pastry!
Lotus Seed Paste Tau Sar Piah Have you ever noticed that freshly baked Tau Sar Piah from the bakery tastes different from the more traditional Teochew Tau Sar Piahs that you can buy from the Supermarkets? The freshly baked ones have a flaky, crisp and buttery pastry while the packet ones are flaky and dry. […]
Say Seng Cooked Food: Domesticated Wild Boar
With PK, yummiedummies, iwatch_ueat, liverpool and smart This stall is famous for serving out a braised wild boar. Since I have not eaten wild boar in recent memory, I decided to try it out to see what a pig on the wild side would taste like. We were dissappointed to find that instead of wild […]
STOP PRESS! Wagyu Grade 11 @ Astons
Now THIS is a real “Holy Grail” experience. If you all have been following my blogs, you would know that the one thing that is on the top of my list of food to eat is Kobe Beef. Granted this is not Kobe Beef but I think that it is as close as I would […]
Haji M Abdul Razack Stall: Need Viagara but don’t want to see the Doctor?
In my earlier blog on the Mutton Soup at Geylang Serai Mkt, I made mention of the famous Sup Kambing at the original stall in Upper Boon Keng FC. So here it is! This is the most decorated stall at Upper Boon Keng FC. We went round the stalls in the FC 3 times and […]
Chi Hao Liao: Start of my Ultimate Hor Fun Hunt
This stall is closed With khim, SCSbutter, HappiMummi and amagada I am starting on my quest to find the ultimate Hor Fun in Singapore! For me, the ultimate Hor Fun must satisfy 2 criteria. First, the Kway Teow has got to be slightly charred and be so tasty that you can eat it on its […]
Jang Shou Korean Charcoal BBQ: End of my Quest for the Elusive Galbi!
This stall has closed! I have finally found a Korean BBQ that I can file under my list of regular places to eat. My quest for the Galbi (Marinated Beef Ribs) started in Sydney few years back when my brother brought us to a Korean BBQ restaurant in the sleepy little town of Eastwood which […]
Sunday Times feature on Food Blogs
Yesterday’s Sunday Times featured an article on the impact of Food Blogs in Singapore and ieatishootipost has been featured for the very first time alongside Singapore’s most well known food blogs. I could not have imagined this when I started to blog 7 months ago! I’d like to say a big THANK YOU to all […]
Gobi: Disturbingly Delightful Desserts: Guys… Pay Attention!
I have been hooked on Menu Degustation since my delightful experience at Iggy’s last year. The great thing about a Degustation type meal is that you don’t get overly full and yet your tastebuds are contented after the meal. Great for aging people like me but maybe not for younger people with insatiable appetites where […]
Mellben Crab: Crab Bee Hoon!
It was just after the Chinese New Year and I was looking for stuff to eat around Toa Payoh and everything was still closed. Then I remembered that the famous Mellben Crab in AMK had recently opened a branch here in Toa Payoh! So after being dissapointed at Lor 4 and Lor 7, I found […]
Ai Prawn Noodle: More Pig than Prawn!
With UncleLee This is a pretty good prawn mee for those who enjoy Pork more than Prawns! They serve intestines, pork ribs, pig tails and lean pork. The soup is commendable and the portions are quite generous and I did enjoy the pork ribs. When I come back, I would just go for pork ribs […]
Tandoori Restaurant: There is Naan like you!
With liverpool and iwatch_ueat In my quest to find the ultimate Briyani in Singapore, I was recommended this restaurant which sells a $11.50 Lamb Dum Briyani which I alluded to in my Hamid’s Briyani post. So I have been plotting to try this since before the CNY break. Before I get to the Briyani, let […]