One of the more popular food stalls in Alexandra Village hawker centre, Old Punggol Satay has managed to maintain a consistent standard over the years. My usual order here is pork (must order!) and chicken satay. They also serve mutton, but I’m not a fan of this meat. What gets my vote for Old Punggol [...]
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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 [...]
On Sunday, we had an advance celebratory lunch for Mom-in-law. MIL hinted that she’d like Indonesian food, so we made reservations at Tambuah Mas. This was our first time at the Paragon outlet; previously, we used to go to Tanglin Shopping Centre, which we remember as being good and consistent. First to arrive, the dish [...]
Posted in Special events on May 12th, 2010
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 [...]
For just two weeks this month (2 to 18 April 2010), Ellenbororough Market Cafe (EMC) at Swissotel Merchant Court is serving a special Peranakan buffet. Following the success of last year’s Longest Peranakan Buffet at Singapore Food Festival, EMC has put together An Authentic Peranakan Gastronomy Buffet. As I didn’t get to try it out [...]
While queueing for Thye Hong’s fried Hokkien prawn noodles, I saw something irresistible at the adjacent booth — skewers of chicken wings being barbequed over a charcoal fire. Freshly grilled, glistening chicken wings — how could I say no?