Zhong Yu Yuan Wei Wanton Noodle 忠于原味雲吞麵

At Tiong Bahru Food Centre, there are several popular food stalls (usually easily identified by their queues). Apparently, this noodle stall is famous for their premium bu jian tian (“pig armpit”) char siew. They only prepare a limited quantity per day, so come early if you want a taste of the “armpit” char siew.

Eating at home – September 2012

Every week, I rack my brains for ideas on what to cook for our daily weekday dinners. Seriously, it’s not easy planning dinner menus that are balanced, varied, interesting, and keep to a certain budget — week after week! I’ve discovered that convenience sauces can help to instantly jazz up a dish without much effort…. 

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Imperial Treasure Noodle & Congee House (ION Orchard)

This was a quick dinner before catching Alice In Wonderland 3D at Lido Cineplex. Rick and I are both HUGE fans of Imperial Treasure’s roast meats, especially their roast pork. See how beautifully golden the crackling is! It’s evenly crisp and light, just sublime. The char siew is succulent, has good bite, and isn’t too… 

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Imperial Treasure Cantonese Cuisine (Great World City)

Imperial Treasure is a well-known chain of Chinese restaurants in Singapore. This is their flagship outlet, which specializes in fine-dining Cantonese cuisine. In the few times I’ve been here, I’ve always been impressed by the caliber and consistent standard of their cooking. In fact, I’d say what they serve here is as good as what… 

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