Beng Hiang Restaurant

Spiced Sausage & Fried Prawn Balls 五香虾枣

Father-in-law is a faithful fan of Beng Hiang — one of the oldest Hokkien restaurants in Singapore. We’ve been visiting over the years, and it seems like the food standard has slipped with each subsequent visit. Or is it because our palates have become more refined? We ordered the S$138+ set menu (for 4 to… 

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Roland Restaurant

Chilli crab

We have some overseas relatives visiting us. Naturally we wanted to bring them to try our world famous Singapore chilli crab. Did a Google search and found glowing reviews of Roland Restaurant, who claims that they are the original creators of this iconic dish. And so a dinner was planned. Long story short: Our meal… 

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Mid-Autumn Festival 2014: Mooncakes from Tupperware Brands

Festive trio of flavors

This Mid-Autumn Festival, Tupperware Brands has put together a boxful of exquisitely flavoured mooncakes in their signature Moon Cake Gift Set, packed in colourful Tupperware containers that are reusable, for you, your family and friends to enjoy. A limited edition series available for the Mid-Autumn Festival, these colourful Tupperware containers are handy for storing snacks,… 

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Mid-Autumn Festival 2014: Mooncakes from Man Fu Yuan, InterContinental Singapore

Snowskin mooncakes

One of the most significant Chinese celebrations is Mid Autumn Festival. This year, it falls on 8 September 2014 (15th day of the 8th lunar month). As usual, we’re going to be spoilt for choice when it comes to purchasing mooncakes. As I receive information for mooncake promotions, I’ll publish them on this blog for… 

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Imperial Treasure Super Peking Duck @ Paragon

Our Peking duck being carved up

This year, my birthday was one day before Mother’s Day. Sometimes, I wonder why I’m born the same period as Mother’s Day. This means I’m shortchanged of one celebration! Of course, this is good news for hubby’s wallet, so I guess he’s quietly happy. We celebrated my birthday as well as Mother’s Day in advance… 

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Toa Payoh Rojak

Rojak, S$3.00

I’m not a big fan of rojak, maybe because most are pretty average and fail to tempt me. But when I see a good rojak stall, I simply can’t resist! That’s what happened when I went to Old Airport Road the other day (actually to review another stall). This famous stall is now run by… 

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