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Joo Chiat Kim Choo Traditional Dumplings

Time To Eat Bak Chang! Dragon Boat Festival (端午节) falls on 7 June this year. Like many fellow Singaporeans, the occasion doesn’t really hold a great deal of significance to me. Since I was a kid, I’ve always known Dragon Boat Festival as Dumpling Festival because it’s the time of the year to eat bak […]

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Soon Huat Bak Kut Teh @ Jalan Kayu

Was planning to go to Starbucks at Seletar Mall to work and thus alighted at Jalan Kayu first to grab some lunch as food choices at the mall were pretty limited. We settled for Soon Huat Bak Kut Teh as we had never tried their bak kut teh (bkt) before. While waiting for our food, […]

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Salted Egg Tofu and Chicken Recipe

Hands up if you have tried my Salted Egg Chicken Recipe. 😀 It has remained my top number 1 recipe post since I shared it years ago. And it just means how much you peeps love your salted egg as always. 😉 Today, I’m sharing a Salted Egg Tofu and Chicken Recipe that’s inspired by […]

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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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IKEA Chicken Wings – Yay or Nay?

Couple of months back, IKEA in Singapore had suspended sales of their famed chicken wings after receiving numerous complaints about their deteriorating quality. I shared the same thoughts with many too. That the IKEA chicken wings were getting miserably smaller in size, less crispy on the outside and drier on the inside. That said, the […]

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Kaiton Pratunam Chicken Rice – Thai style Hainanese chicken rice with a delicious sauce

My friend P who is Thai, would always look forward to coming to Singapore because he loves our chicken rice a lot. He never fails to pack Boon Tong Kee’s chicken rice back home whenever he comes here as he couldn’t find a chicken rice in Bangkok that is as good as BTK’s. When I […]

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Yum Cha Chinatown – The perfect place to enjoy a leisurely weekday Dim Sum Buffet

This is like the 3rd time I’ve blogged about Yum Cha Restaurant in Chinatown, lol. Been coming here for its Weekday Dim Sum High Tea Buffet for years and the food has never let me down. Whenever we have family or friends visiting us in Singapore, Yum Cha is one of the places that we […]

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Din Tai Fung @ Johor Bahru City Square – 50% cheaper than Singapore’s

Most of you in Singapore should be quite familiar with Din Tai Fung, which is one of the best restaurants to go for good xiao long bao. Back at home, I frequent Din Tai Fung a lot as an ex-boss of mine is a big fan of theirs so whenever we arrange for a catch […]

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Loong Fatt Tau Sar Piah @ Balestier Road – Possibly The Best Tau Sar Piah in Singapore

Whenever I come to the Balestier area, I seldom leave here without getting a box of my favourite tau sar piah or 豆沙饼, a Chinese flaky pastry with green bean billing. I had tried the tau sar piah from several bakeries in the same neighbourhood. [Read my earlier blog post -> 603 Tau Sar Piah […]

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Rabbit Brand Seafood Delicacies @ Circular Road

It has been more than 5 years since I came here for a meal. [Read my earlier blog post on this place -> Rabbit Brand Seafood Delicacies.] Been wanting to bring J here to try the food but never got the chance to until recently when we were out for an urban walk and we […]

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Noodle Shack @ Avenue K – For healthy traditional Chinese home-made noodles

Almost coming to an end of my KL travel & eat-venture posts. I’ve shared many good eats in KL so far but I haven’t touched on dining options in Avenue K even though my hotel was only next to it. So in my final 2 KL posts, I shall feature two restaurants in Avenue K […]

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