Tag Archives: Singapore Food

Whitley Road Fishball Noodles

Fishball Noodle Set with Fried Fish Cake @ S$4.30 Whitley Road Fishball Noodles used to be one of my favourite fishball noodle stalls. I loved it for its old school flavour with the tastiness of pork lard, nuttiness of browned garlic, spicy chili, savoury seasoning and crisp deep-fried pork lard cubes. Of late, the quality […]

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Song Kee Fishball Noodle

  Song Kee Fishball Noodles One of my favourite hawker dishes is Fishball Noodles. I love the noodles served at Song Kee because they’re firm to the bite and with a springy texture. I also like the richly flavoured chili sauce that the noodles have been tossed in along with crisp pork lard and smoky […]

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Fluffy Roti Prata in Tampines

My folks recently introduced me to a hawker stall in Tampines that sold one of the best Roti Pratas I’ve had for a while. One of my favourite local hawker food that I would crave from time to time. I especially love to eat Roti Prata for breakfast and supper. Before my cycling accident, Roti […]

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Gordon Ramsay’s Accepted Our SG Hawker Challenge!

Just for kicks, a couple of fellow bloggers, SingTel and I challenged Gordon Ramsay to a culinary showdown with local hawker heroes. He accepted our challenge yesterday! World-renowned for his culinary skills and *ahem!* interesting choice of words, Gordon Ramsay currently holds 9 Michelin stars. His first solo restaurant, Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, was awarded three Michelin […]

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Bak Chor Mee Throwdown at 85 Market aka Fengshan Food Centre

I’ve been eating Bak Chor Mee at Block 85 Bedok North Street 4 since I was a kid. My late grandfather’s favourite stall was sold many years back after the original hawker struck the lottery and decided to call it a day. I don’t recall the name of the old stall but it occupied the […]

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Cze Char at Jin Wee Restaurant

S, Y and I met up for dinner at Jin Wee Restaurant in Siglap a few weeks back. Don’t be deceived by the name of this dining establishment as it is in reality an old-school Hainanese-run coffeeshop located close to the 24 hour NTUC outlet in Siglap. This place has been around for as long […]

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Chinese New Year 2013 Specials at Park Palace, Grand Park City Hall

Chinese New Year starts on 10 February, have you made your feasting plans yet? From 21 January to 24 February, Park Palace at Grand Park City Hall presents “Golden Treasures of Prosperity“. I was invited to a preview of their offering. Golden Shunde Yu Sheng @ S$88++ In Singapore, no Chinese New Year celebration is complete without […]

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Breakfast Chee Cheong Fun from Amoy Street Hawker Centre

One of my favourite local breakfast food is Chee Cheong Fun (steamed rice flour rolls). They’re usually sold smothered with sweet sauce and chili sauce. As I prefer savoury food to sweet food, I usually opt to omit the sweet sauce and chili.   Chee Cheong Fun 猪肠粉 @ S$1.20   My plate of Chee Cheong Fun draws its […]

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Seafood Dominates at Singapore Food Festival 2012

The annual Singapore Food Festival is back for its 19th edition from 13 to 22 July 2012. * All images in this blog post reproduced with permission from Singapore Food Festival 2012   “Seafood Tales of Temasek” is a ten-day multi-venue event featuring a wide array of seafood prepared using cooking methods and flavours hailing […]

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Ji Xiang Confectionery’s Ang Ku Kueh at Everton Park

I have been passing the famous Ang Ku Kueh 紅龜粿 store at Everton Park countless times in the past few months on my way to the Singapore General Hospital for therapy. Ang Ku Kueh is the Hokkien name for a steamed glutinous rice flour cake stuffed with a sweet filling. “Ang” means “red”,  while “Ku” refers […]

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