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This was Tuesday’s breakfast, but I only had time to post it today. On Monday, I had lunch at Golden Mile Food Centre. Just as I was fretting over next day’s breakfast (very tired of eating bread again!), I stumbled upon this chwee kueh stall.

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Ah Seng Braised Duck Rice

I was at Serangoon Garden food centre to review Tan Soon Mui for Tried & Tested: Beancurd. Since it was lunch hour, I wondered which stall I should try out. There were two prominent queues — one for pig organ soup, the other for braised duck. Well, since I don’t eat pig organs, it was [...]

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This was Rick’s choice when we were lunching at Old Airport Road Food Centre. He was browsing the stalls when one of the signboards caught his attention: Holy Grill. Holy smokes, what a witty name! Amused, he ordered the teriyaki chicken. Morale of story: Use a catchy and memorable name for your business to stand [...]

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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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I was here to review their signature fried Hokkien prawn mee, but couldn’t resist trying the oyster egg 蚝煎 as well. Overall, it was very likeable, which means a lot considering I’m not a fan of oyster omelette. The eggs are fried till crisp, and the starch mixture isn’t too gooey. There’s about 4 plump [...]

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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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People say there’s no such thing as cheap and good. Guess what? There’s this famous yong tau foo stall in Bedok South Food Centre that’s really cheap and good! Where else can you buy yong tau foo that starts from $1.50 an order?

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Folks, this is THE most famous cendol stall in Penang! Many proclaim it to be the best on the island. Just remember, it’s located in Penang Road in Penang! Technically, it’s in Keng Kwee Street off Penang Road. But no worries, just ask and the friendly locals will point you to the right direction! Interestingly, [...]

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