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We wanted to try the famous Mak’s Noodles, but it was already closed for the day. So we went over to Tsim Chai Kee which is just directly opposite Mak’s. Apparently the Hong Kong locals prefer Tsim Chai Kee which they say is more value for money. Their king prawn wontons are truly outstanding! Slightly [...]

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My last visit at Seng Kee was a touch and go affair because of Bob Blumer’s tight schedule, so I only managed to try a couple of mouthfuls of the noodles, as well as the fish maw soup, which I remember as being really robust and flavorful. Anyway, back in January, together with D, we [...]

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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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The only reason I had lunch here today was because Noodle Place has a new head consultant, Chef Chui, who was formerly Executive Chef of the renowned Mak’s Noodles in Hong Kong. Now, I’ve not tried Mak’s Noodles’s famous shrimp wanton noodle before. But having been to Hong Kong a couple of times before, I [...]

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Howdy, my dear fellow foodies! Have you been eating well? Sorry for the lack of updates. I’ve been so busy with Lunar New Year-related activities. Really need to clear my backlog of posts! Let’s start with this one, which was Sunday lunch with mother-in-law and hubby two weeks before Lunar New Year. We only tried [...]

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Yes, I know, instant noodles has an unsavory rep for being unhealthy. I don’t eat it often myself, maybe only once a month or two, but there’s always a pack in the kitchen larder for “emergency” purpose. As with all foods, as long as we eat in moderation and have more fruit and vegetables daily, [...]

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Before you groan, “Not another Penang post!”, this is the FINAL post on our June ’09 Penang trip. We were supposed to leave our hotel at 3pm to catch our flight back to Singapore. Because we had a late, big breakfast, we still weren’t hungry by 2pm. However, I was determined to squeeze in one [...]

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On the same day I bought muffins from Bliss Haven, I also checked out the 枪摊 Fried Hokkien mee stall (the stallowner is a single mom with a teenage son). I do enjoy this series for its entertainment value (the episode where that tattooed dude Jason withdrew was damn drama, right??!!). And even though recipes [...]

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