Special Feature: Butcher House: German Sausages made in Macpherson!
This shop is closed When I was just a kid I remembered going to the neighbourhood “Kek Huay Tiam” (Grocery Store) to buy a can of sausages. I had to repeat the word sausage three times before the lady got the message and blurted out “Orh, you want Haw Lok (hot dog) izzit?” It was […]
Jalan Sultan Prawn Mee: The Second member of the Prawn Mee Trinity
In my blog on the Joo Chiat Prawn Mee, I mentioned that the original Beach Road Prawn Mee had spawn 3 stalls all serving Prawn Mee of similar taste. This one is owned by one of the grandsons. I have eaten at all three stalls and find that their soup version is better than the […]
Application to the Makan Session is now closed! Those who have already written in will be sent an email to confirm the details. If you have written in and did not get the email, would you please remind me again. Due to the number of people writing in and my poor admin skills, I might […]
Special Feature: V Tea Room’s Cookie Museum
As our standard of living improves, Singaporeans continue to look for new things to buy with their excess money (Money more than enough – for some). We are not content with just having our tiger beer anymore! No, we want to learn to appreciate freshly brewed beers. We are not content with plain old Magnolia […]
Tanjong Rhu Pao: Its Small, Its Expensive, But I still need to buy it!
With liverpool, iwatch_ueat and introducing Leon our latest makankaki There is only one Pau in Singapore that has the audacity to call a small pau a Big Pau and charge you dollar for it. Yet there is a perpetual queue outside the stall around the clock. I have looked high and low for a cheaper […]
Samar: Arabic Food in Arab St
In my attempt to find the ultimate Briyani, I stumbled upon this Arabic restaurant where they serve a Yemenese Rice called Mandi. The waitress said that this was like the Arabic version of Briyani. I guess she meant that it was flavoured Basmati Rice. Mandi is supposed to be cooked in a tanoor (not to […]
Heng Kee House of Steamed Fish: Crab Bee Hoon!
This place is closed. I have been hankering for crab bee hoon ever since I saw Anthony Bourdain eating this dish at Sin Huat Seafood. However, the thing that kept me from fulfilling my hanker was the fact that I have been warned that a meal at Sin Huat could well work out to be […]
The ieat-weMeetweEat Makan Session
Notice is hereby given that the first ieat-weMeetweEat Session is planned for 31 Mar (Saturday) at 8pm. The venue will be confirmed later depending on how many are confirmed coming. If you have already written to me, you should check your inbox now for email from me. Please confirm if you can make it on […]
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 […]