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Hawker Centre Fare

Yishun Park Hawker Centre | Good Food in Yishun

Before Northpoint City and Yishun Park Hawker Centre sprung up in the northern town of Yishun, I had never really hung out in the neighbourhood much or specifically made trips there to eat something. Nothing there really interested me previously even though I don’t live that far away. 😛 Of course, now it’s a different […]

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Grill & Pasta @ Sembawang Hill Food Centre

I’ve switched from Asian cuisine to Western food recently since coming back from my holiday. Probably because I’ve eaten way too much of these noodles and rice dishes in my last trip that my usual cravings for them are gone, haha. Well I’m sure that’s just temporary. ? Trying to get back on track with […]

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Chinatown | Madras Lane in Kuala Lumpur

After our street food adventure at Petaling Street (read my earlier blog post on Chinatown | Petaling Street in Kuala Lumpur), J and I ventured into the alley via an inconspicuous entrance on Petaling Street and found our way to Penjaja Gallery (李霖泰菜市场). This place is more commonly known as Madras Lane Wet Market (中华巷湿巴杀市场) […]

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The New Imbi Market @ ICC Pudu, Kuala Lumpur

The old Imbi Market used to be situated on Jalan Melati, Imbi in Kuala Lumpur. Just five months ago, the market had moved to its new home and current premise at ICC Pudu. Perhaps many would regard that as a welcomed move as at the new premise, there would be improved infrastructure and a cleaner […]

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Rolina Singapore Traditional Hainanese Curry Puff

Rolina used to be a bakery in Ang Mo Kio in the 80s and 90s, if my memory serves me right. I kinda remembered the times when I would pop by the shop after school to grab some afternoon tea time snacks and I didn’t know they actually specialised in curry puffs now until a […]

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Nostalgic Treats and Maxwell Fuzhou Oyster Cake

The oyster cake was one of Granny’s favourite deep-fried snacks in the 80s. I remembered they were very greasy but oh-so-delicious and addictive. They also had crunchy peanuts and crispy silver fish on top. Not really sure where Gran had bought the oyster cakes from or perhaps because they were more common back then so […]

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Ci Yuan Hawker Centre @ Hougang Avenue 9

Was searching for somewhere to lunch in Hougang after my therapy session and happened to stumble upon this new hawker centre that is located within a community centre. Just love how spacious, clean, airy and well-ventilated the hawker centre is. Ci Yuan Community Club Hawker Centre is the first new-generation hawker centre to be built […]

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Zhong Guo La Mian Xiao Long Bao 中国拉面小笼包 @ Chinatown Complex Food Centre

Update (Oct 2016): Price for the Xiao Long Bao or Guo Tie is now S$6. The husband and I were checking out the Chinatown Complex Food Centre for new eats and we stumbled upon this Chinese stall that sells xiao long bao (XLB), dumplings and a decent selection of noodles. Their XLBs are all handmade […]

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Hong Heng Beef Noodle Soup and Laksa @ Kebun Baru Food Centre

Like many foodies out there, the husband and I sometimes face what’s commonly known as a ‘first world problem’ because we always don’t know what to eat even though there is a huge hawker centre in our neighbourhood and several coffee shops too. To me, I guess it’s a happy problem because it spurs me on […]

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China Square Beef Noodles 中國城 @ Alexandra Village Food Centre

China Square Beef Noodles 中國城 120 Bukit Merah Lane 1 #01-45 Alexandra Village Food Centre Singapore 150120 Opening hours: 10.30am to 8.00pm daily (Closed on Thursdays) Went to IKEA Alexandra to grab some flower pots and plants hence came by Alexandra Village Food Centre for an early dinner. Most of the stalls there were either […]

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Pig Trotters Jelly & Shark Meat @ Xing Fu Chao Zhou Xiao Shi 幸福潮州小食

Besides Lao Liang @ Jalan Berseh Food Centre, this is probably the 2nd place I know that sells pig trotters jelly and poached shark meat. It is such a rare find in Singapore and I really wonder if such a traditional culinary art will actually survive in the years to come. Though I’ve grown up in […]

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Balestier Road Hoover Rojak @ Whampoa Makan Place

I tried the rojak from this stall many years ago when my then-colleagues and I came by for 梁照记 duck rice (just next door to this) on a few occasions and there would definitely be long queues at both stalls during peak lunch time. Though I was here around mid-afternoon, the queue at this stall […]

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Best Lu Mian In Town @ Whampoa Makan Place

Been a while since I last visited Whampoa market for Singapore local food. And it was only in recent weeks when I had been frequenting the area to buy bread from the nearby traditional bakeries that I had the chance to explore further. First up, let’s take a look at the Best Lu Mian In […]

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Toh Kee Roast Duck Rice @ People’s Park Food Centre

The husband and I had been wanting to try this really popular stall at People’s Park Food Centre (just next to OG Department Store) but the roast meat (siu yok) was completely sold out on the last couple of occasions we were here. This time we came by about 1pm on a Saturday afternoon for […]

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Ji De Lai Braised Duck Rice 记得来卤鸭饭 @ Ang Mo Kio Ave 10

Though I’ve lived in Ang Mo Kio for the longest time ever, there are still a number of places I’ve yet to explore including this particular precinct. Previously I was in the vicinity to buy cakes from Pine Garden and this time round I was supposed to have lunch at Nakhon Kitchen with the makan […]

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A Long Long Lunch @ Edge, Pan Pacific Hotel

My love for Singapore food is probably beyond imagination, lol. When I had to travel frequently for business in a previous job, the one thing that I’d always miss was our char kway teow, bak chor mee, chicken rice and the like because these local eats are simply a myriad of flavours, aromas, sights and sounds that are not only appetising but […]

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