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iSteamboat Porridge Buffet with 24 different dishes, ice cream and drinks

Had come across iSteamboat on Qoo10 some time back and thought we would give their porridge buffet a try. We love porridge buffets because they are such comforting meals and we can just help ourselves to a wide array of ingredients too. Definitely a good option to consider especially if you have fussy diners in […]

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Sichuan Chef (四川厨子) at Ang Mo Kio MRT Station

Happy Mid-Autumn Festival to those of you who celebrate! Do you love mooncakes? Honestly, I’m not a big fan of them especially the traditional ones as I don’t like lotus seed paste. Plus, most mooncakes are often too sweet so they get really sickly. If I do buy any, I’ll only get those with pure […]

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Braised Pork Belly Recipe (using Heng’s Stewed Fragrant Herbs & Spices)

Today, I’m featuring the last product from Heng’s (a Malaysian food brand) range of spices and pastes that I had bought off Qoo10. It’s a Braised Pork Belly Recipe, also known as Tau Yu Bak to some. Like most other Heng’s products, this pack of Heng’s Stewed Fragrant Herbs & Spices contains no MSG. It is […]

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KL Delight Seafood Restaurant – For Kuala Lumpur-Style Zi Char

I first came across KL Delight Seafood Restaurant on Qoo10 some time back when they were having this $9.90 sea bass promotion. Yes, $9.90 for a 600g-700g sized sea bass and you can take your pick from 11 cooking styles that include sweet & sour, Thai, Teochew and more. So affordable. I mean, where else can […]

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Zhi Zhe Lai (知者来) @ Toa Payoh

We were seated right in front of 知者来 (or Zhi Zhe Lai) as we were having breakfast at the Toa Payoh West Market & Food Centre. This stall is located a few units away from Teochew Handmade Pau so if you’re seated in the same section, you shouldn’t miss this. Saw many customers leaving with […]

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Teochew Handmade Pau @ Toa Payoh

Whenever GM visited me previously, she would always bring along a box of at least a dozen of these cute-looking mini pau (steamed buns) from Teochew Handmade Pau. That’s the good thing about living in Toa Payoh because it’s a foodie-paradise neighbourhood with many famous foods around, both old-fashioned and hipster ones. 😄 The reason […]

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