It’s been more than a year since my last visit to Prima Taste at Centrepoint. Actually, I shop at Centrepoint at least once a month, but after reading my archived post, I now remember why I’ve shunned Prima Taste for so long. But it was a wet, gloomy day last Friday. And it was time [...]
Monthly Archive for June, 2006
While queueing for Thye Hong’s fried Hokkien prawn noodles, I saw something irresistible at the adjacent booth — skewers of chicken wings being barbequed over a charcoal fire. Freshly grilled, glistening chicken wings — how could I say no?
Hi everyone, My husband’s grandmother passed away yesterday morning. As a mark of respect, I’ll not be putting up any new posts this week. Please check back next Monday for new updates.
As it was already 9.30 p.m., I thought the dinner crowd would have thinned at Food Republic, the popular six-month-old food court at Wisma Atria. I’ve heard about the wonderful fried Hokkien noodles at Thye Hong, one of the many food stalls at Food Republic, but the queues had always put me off. This time, [...]
Posted in Eat-Out: Korean on Jun 2nd, 2006
I’m obsessed with Korean food. In fact, I love it so much I could eat it everyday. It’s a good thing the recent interest in Korean culture has resulted in a mushrooming of Korean restaurants and food stalls in Singapore. Unfortunately, the range is still limited. There’s a lot more to Korean food than bulgogi [...]