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Yut Kee Restaurant 镒记茶餐室 – Awesome Roti Babi & Hainanese Pork Chop

Yut Kee Restaurant has been serving up traditional Hainanese fare since 1928. It is one of the oldest kopitiam names in KL and is also one of the most popular breakfast places to go to for both locals and tourists. It was previously located along Jalan Dang Wangi (just a right-angled turn from its current […]

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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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Teochew Meat Puff – Oyster Cakes Not To Be Missed

A few weeks back on Instagram, my foodie friend A had recommended and highly raved about this oyster cake she got from the pasar malam next to Causeway Point (nearest MRT is Woodlands). I was so tempted by the scrumptious looking picture of her oyster cake that was packed with so much filling, I just […]

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Traditional Haig Road Putu Piring – The Best in Singapore

Whenever I’m near Paya Lebar, I will always head to Haig Road Market & Food Centre for putu piring but now I don’t have to do that anymore because my favourite stall, Traditional Haig Road Putu Piring, has opened an outlet near where I live. Woohoo! 🙂 Two days again, I shared about this pretty […]

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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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The Roti Prata House @ Upper Thomson Road

Hubby and I were on the way home in a taxi after paying respects to my late grandmother. We passed by Upper Thomson Road so decided to alight there to grab some brunch. Had seen this prata place for the longest time ever and since we hadn’t tried before, we settled on this. Here’s a […]

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Famous JB 101 Firewokz 新山101小厨 @ WCEGA Tower, Bukit Batok

A new tze char place, Famous JB 101 Firewokz has recently opened for business at WCEGA Tower along Bukit Batok Crescent. I was invited for a food tasting session last week and so I headed to the West to check it out. The location is quite out of the way as WCEGA Tower is only […]

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Boon Pisang Goreng (Long House) @ Balestier Food Centre

Since trying Brickfields Pisang Goreng in KL, Malaysia (that was like the best!) during my last trip there, my love for goreng pisang was rekindled after so many years. While I was at Balestier the other day, I thought I would drop by Balestier Food Centre for Boon Pisang Goreng which was relocated to here […]

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Ah Seng Bak Kut Teh 阿成肉骨茶 @ Hougang

One of my readers recommended me to try Ah Seng Bak Kut Teh after I did a comprehensive review of popular BKTs in SG and JB. For those who missed out on my earlier posts, have a read if you’re interested: Song Fa Bak Kut Teh Founder Bak Kut Teh Ng Ah Sio Bak Kut […]

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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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Rochor Original Beancurd – Still the best in Singapore?

I was in the Selegie area and happened to pass by this stretch of road so thought I would stop by Rochor Original Beancurd for afternoon tea. Don’t confuse this brand with Rochor Beancurd House which is one of my favourite supper places along Upper Thomson Road. Well, some of you might remember the Rochor […]

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FoodBox Curry Chicken Rice

On the days following the start of Chinese New Year, it can be quite a challenge to look for food because many stalls in hawker centres and/or coffee shops can be closed till the 4th day of CNY or even later. Unless you have cooked a huge CNY feast for your reunion meal and have […]

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Weekend Seafood Dinner Buffet @ J65, Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore

One year ago, this restaurant was still known as Cafebiz. It was where my family and I would often go for weekend high tea when I was a teen. Today, it has been renamed as J65 which is inspired by the Singapore international dialling code. This vibrant all-day dining restaurant located at the lobby level […]

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Kay Lee Roast Meat Joint – Is It Worth S$4 Million?

I must admit I actually never heard of Kay Lee until it came into the limelight after it was sold to a conglomerate for S$4 million in 2014. How impressive the food must be, I thought to myself, that anyone would offer such an enormous sum of money for one of Singapore’s favourite hawker foods. […]

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[Closed] Take 2 Cafe @ Goldhill Shopping Centre

Latest update: This cafe has closed w.e.f. Jan 2016. This used to be a hair-salon-cum-cafe by the name of Take 2 Cafe Take 2 Saloon but as the cafe was doing so much better than the salon, it is now changed to a full-fledged cafe. Take 2 Cafe is a family-run establishment that serves up […]

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