Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle 吊桥头大华猪肉粿条

Started at Hill Street in 1932 before moving to Marina Square in 1986 and finally settling down at the current location in Crawford Lane (since 2005), Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle 吊桥头大华猪肉粿条 is a household name when it comes to Bak Chor Mee (minced pork noodle – BCM). However, eating from a popular stall … Continue reading

Jjajangmyeon 짜장면 And Korean Black Day 블랙데이

The taxi uncle articulated like a tourist’s guide, his running commentary on the historical sites en route to The Shilla were awesome! By the way, Asians like to call older man as uncle and ladies as aunties as a show of respect, nothing to do with relations. I drifted to La La Land in between … Continue reading

Million Fishball Noodle 隆興百万鱼圆麵 @ Kim San Leng Bangkit Road

The gratification that comes with delaying one’s urge to buy food ahead of the others when eating out with friends in a kopitiam is that I get to see their food before deciding if I should follow suit – visual impact risk assessment, lol… A couple of weeks ago, I saw this Hong Kong style … Continue reading

Lao Jiang Superior Soup – 老江一品粿条汤

After my macro photography session was cut short, we drove to Bukit Timah Food Centre but most stalls had closed shop for the day. We decided to go to Cheong Chin Nam Road where there’s quite a number of eateries that’s guaranteed to open till late. The single lane (used to be able to park … Continue reading

Yong Kee Seafood Restaurant 荣记海鲜火锅菜馆 @ 43 Jalan Besar

It is not very often that my children and I eat out together as their working commitments aren’t negotiable. I was happy as a lark the night before when they suggested dinner 😀 I have mentioned before that Tian Tian Seafood Restaurant’s a must-eat *Cze Char place for us whenever we come home (Singapore) during … Continue reading

Singapore Fried Hokkien Mee à la Sam Han

Fried Hokkien Mee or Sotong Mee is one of our favourite food. I thought I’d post a recipe that I used to cook when my children were younger. I put “Singapore” in front so that those of you from other parts of the world would know this dish is quite uniquely Singapore (the Hokkien Mee in … Continue reading

Din Tai Fung Restaurant 鼎泰豐

I didn’t know until now but Michelin star awarded Din Tai Fung is ranked as one of the world’s Top 10 Best Restaurants by The New York Times. “Din Tai Fung established its reputation and have been highly praised by the media including being selected as one of the top ten restaurants in the world … Continue reading

Ah Chuan Fish Soup 阿全鱼汤

Ah Chuan Fish Soup is run by Ah Chuan and Xiao He (younger brother). Ah Chuan does all the cooking while Xiao He serves the orders. Both are very dedicated to their business. I was witnessing Ah Chuan’s cooking and could tell by the seriousness in his look that he takes pride in his “job”. … Continue reading

Cockles And Noodles – Outram Park Fried Kway Teow Mee

There are several more places I have heard and would like to visit over the next few weeks or months. As mentioned, CKT is not the healthiest of food so I would like to pace myself in this adventure of finding the best of the lesser known. I have also not tasted the well known … Continue reading

Singapore Char Kway Teow 新加坡炒粿條

I said I had eaten oodles of noodles since I posted the Bak Chor Mee and One Tonne Mee, the day before Mother’s Day and have kept pushing off the noodles publications for fear you may nauseate with carbohydrates but noodles (and rice) are a big part of my diet so I have no choice … Continue reading