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Carb Overload at SabX2 Wanton Noodles in Bangkok

SabX2 Wanton Noodles Store Front in Bangkok   Carbohydrates are my Achilles Heel and places like SabX2 Wanton Noodles in Bangkok do a good job of completely ruining my less-than-stellar attempts to lose weight. SabX2 Wanton Noodles   During my recent trip to Bangkok, my foodie travel companions brought me to the famous SabX2 Wanton Noodles stall. […]

Jiu Zhuang at Dempsey

Jiu Zhuang 酒庄 is a hidden gem of a bar located within the quieter part of Dempsey Hill. Rachist and I first visited it after our Chinese New Year tasting at Yan Ting, St. Regis Singapore. Jiu Zhuang at Dempsey Hill   Initially, Rachist and I were apprehensive as the walk along the dimly lit boardwalk seemed to […]

A Noodle Story, Singapore-style Ramen

If you’re a major noodle lover, A Noodle Story‘s a hawker stall worth checking out. Started by a duo of noodle lovers, who trained together at Shatec, the stall is the realisation of their dream to sell a premium noodle dish at an affordable price. Using modern culinary techniques and through re-engineering of classic hawker flavours, the intrepid […]

Festive Feasting at Open House, Grand Park Orchard

December is my favourite time of the year with festive cheer in the air, a little more time to catch up with friends and family and of course, feasting and merrymaking. I was invited to a tasting of the festive specials by the Park Hotel Group at Open House, located on the 4th floor of Grand […]

Hong Mao Mian Jia aka Ang Moh Wanton Noodles – Gastronomic Ruminations

My favourite wanton noodle joint in Singapore has a very interesting name, “Hong Mao Mian Jia 红毛面家” in Mandarin. It’s more commonly known as “Ang Moh Wanton Mee” amongst the regular clients. For the uninitiated, “wanton” are dumplings and “Ang Moh” is a local slang for Caucasians.  On weekends, it’s at least a half hour wait […]

Tong Kee Wonton Noodle Shop @ Kowloon, Hong Kong

We stumbled upon this gem of a noodle house by accident. We were in a cab trying to find our way to the famous Cheong Fun stall called Tong Kee in Jordan, Kowloon. However, in my haste to get food, I saw “Tong Kee” on the sign and told the cabby that we were at […]

Morning Glory Street Food Restaurant

My favourite hangout during my stay in Hoi An was Morning Glory Street Food Restaurant. I generally like to check out the local cuisine at the places that I visit, with the exception of internal organs and stuff that would appear on a Fear-Factor menu. Here’s the view from the Morning Glory (pics on the […]

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