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In the last few years of lunching at Bukit Merah Central Food Centre, I’ve filtered out a few good stalls and these make up my list of trusty, go-to stalls. One of them is Day Night Fried Kway Teow. There are a few elements I like about their version of fried kway teow. They use [...]

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It’s the June school holidays, so the extended family went on a day trip to Sentosa. We had lunch at Malaysian Food Street, one of the cheaper food options in touristy Sentosa island. The theme food court was fully occupied during lunchtime, despite its large seating capacity. More than a year ago since I attended [...]

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Lately, there has been a lot of talk about the elder generation of Singapore hawkers. For most of them, there will be no one to take over their trade once they retire, as their sons and daughters have no wish to toil for hours behind the hot stove like their parents have done for decades. [...]

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Penang Place

Hubby the fanboy wanted to check out Paradigm Infinitum‘s new branch at Fusionopolis, that’s how we ended up here one Saturday. Having moved from International Business Park, the ever popular Penang Place buffet restaurant is still packing the crowds in. Despite its cavernous interior, the restaurant was full house when we came here for Saturday [...]

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One weekday, Camemberu and I played tai-tais for an afternoon. We went for buffet lunch at a hotel, then shopping at ION Orchard – the newest upscale mall in town! Sounds luxurious? The reality: Buffet was hawker fare, and the shopping was just wistful browsing. “Ooh, look! So gorgeous! Wah, so ex!” We are, after [...]

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It’s already Day 3, but I’d yet to try the most acclaimed Penang dishes like assam laksa and char koay teow! Well, this was going to be THE day! Our friendly taxi driver “uncle” took us to Lorong Selamat for the famous char koay teow in front of Cafe Heng Huat. Apparently, Lorong Selamat is [...]

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No, this stall isn’t related to the famous Hill Street Char Kway Teow in Bedok South. Both stalls used to operate at the now-defunct Hill Street Food Centre, but note, the Chinatown outlet is named “Fried Kway Teow”, whereas the Bedok one is “Char Kway Teow”. I haven’t tried the Bedok version, so no benchmark [...]

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The Singapore Food Festival 2008 opened with a bang at Lau Pa Sat this evening. Local food bloggers received media invites to this event. Ooh, so now food bloggers are given mainstream media status? Cool! The guest-of-honor was Minister of State for Trade and Industry, Mr Lee Yi Shyan (second from left in above photo). [...]

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