Food On Parade 2011 – Presented by AsiaMalls

This post is brought to you by AsiaMalls. It’s the period of indulgence once again when the Great Singapore Sale returns today (27 May 2011)! While much attention is directed towards shopping sprees and retail therapy, there’s no reason to forget about food. After all, isn’t it a greater pleasure if you could shop and… 

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My first hospital meal!

Chicken roll set

I never dreamed I’d be blogging about hospital food! But being a hardcore food blogger, I just couldn’t resist snapping pics of food placed in front of me. Throughout my short 2-day 1-night stay at Singapore General Hospital (SGH) B2 ward, I was given the Chinese (Full Diet) menu. The above was my very first… 

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Nam Kee Fried Prawn Noodle

Fried Hokkien prawn noodle

This random lunch pick turned out to be one that’s worthy of recommendation. Although they use the thicker type of beehoon — as opposed to thin beehoon which absorbs more stock — both Hokkien noodle and thick beehoon had sufficiently soaked up the stock. The seafood-base stock was tasty and complex enough without being too… 

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Sogurt (Bukit Timah)

Chill out with frozen yogurt!

I’m sure I’m not the only one complaining about the recent heatwave. 35°C. Yes, that’s how insanely hot it’s been some days! On one such day, I was especially craving for something icy, refreshing, and not too sweet. And I happened to pass by Sogurt in Bukit Timah (situated in a row of shophouses between… 

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inSing.com Tried & Tested feature: Fish and chips

fish and chips

A tell-tale sign of authentic British-style fish & chips is the availability of malt vinegar. In Singapore, condiments like tartare sauce, ketchup and chilli sauce are normally served. But in Britain, they sprinkle salt and vinegar over their fish and chips. This edition of Tried & Tested goes in search of the best-tasting Brit-style fish… 

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