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For this week’s 美食鉴定团 outing, we went to a really ulu (remote) place for dinner — the Singapore Night Safari! Built to re-create the charming ambience of an ethnic kampong (village), Ulu Ulu Safari Restaurant offers a wide culinary selection, from local cuisine like satay, laksa, and chili crab, to international favorites. There’s even an [...]

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If you tune in to MediaCorp’s Y.E.S. 93.3FM on Wed, September 30, 2009 from 6pm to 7pm, you’ll get to hear me and Hungry Cow speaking in mangled Mandarin on radio! On Sunday night, we joined DJs Jiafa and Peifen for dinner at House of Seafood @ 180. Together with the other guests, we made [...]

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Since the airing of The Little Nyonya, there’s been a revival of all things Peranakan, particularly food. Even this year’s Singapore Food Festival’s (July 17 – 26) focus is on Peranakan cuisine. In support of the Singapore Food Festival 2009, Spices Cafe at Concorde Hotel is spotlighting Peranakan dishes for its weekday lunch buffet in [...]

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It’s time to go crab crazy! For just two weeks (25 June to 12 July 2009), Ellenborough Market Cafe is bringing back their highly successful crab buffet, first introduced last year. Both media and food bloggers were invited for food tasting sessions prior to the launch. Besides being a preview, it was also a feedback [...]

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Happy Fathers’ Day to all fathers! How did you celebrate this day? Today, sister-in-law suggested treating my father-in-law to dinner at Palm Beach Seafood Restaurant. At Palm Beach, there’s no view of palms or the beach. In fact, if dining indoors, there’s not even the view of the marina because of renovation works going on. [...]

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Teochew Cuisine Restaurant

This isn’t a full review, just posting some photos of my dad’s sumptuous birthday dinner. Not all pics of the dishes turned out well. Ah, the pressure of 13 pairs of chopsticks impatiently waiting to dive into the food was just too much. Clockwise from left: sliced octopus; Teochew braised duck; jellied shark meat; and [...]

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