Lately, the weather has been insanely hot. How about cooling down with some smooth, creamy durian ice cream? Click here to find out where you can get some of the best artisan durian ice creams in Singapore.
Monthly Archive for May, 2010
In the wink of an eye, it’s already a year since our niece’s last birthday celebration. Besides a birthday gift of a blouse and skirt, Rick and I also bought her a cartoon character cake.
Which came first, the chicken or the egg? For KFC, the answer is a no-brainer. They started off selling fried chicken, but now, they also sell egg tart!
Update (July 2011): This stall has ceased operations. Who is Chef Han? He is Chef Han Seng Fong, former executive sous chef at Mandarin Orchard Hotel — birthplace of the legendary Chatterbox chicken rice. After working there for more than 30 years, Chef Han left this year to open his own chicken rice stall at [...]
This is a really belated post. I think it dates back to April, when I lunched with Vincent in Raffles Place. He took me to this tiny sandwich shop that serves awesome hot sandwiches! Ok, perhaps, that was an overly bold statement to make for a first visit. But the two subs we shared were [...]
Posted in inSing.com HungryGoWhere feature articles on May 21st, 2010
Five smokin’ pots of delicious claypot rice were devoured for this week’s Tried & Tested story. Which famous claypot rice will make you devour every single grain of charred goodness? Click here to read the full article!
Posted in Eat-Out: Singaporean on May 20th, 2010
This was Tuesday’s breakfast, but I only had time to post it today. On Monday, I had lunch at Golden Mile Food Centre. Just as I was fretting over next day’s breakfast (very tired of eating bread again!), I stumbled upon this chwee kueh stall.
I was at Serangoon Garden food centre to review Tan Soon Mui for Tried & Tested: Beancurd. Since it was lunch hour, I wondered which stall I should try out. There were two prominent queues — one for pig organ soup, the other for braised duck. Well, since I don’t eat pig organs, it was [...]