It’s Singapore VS Ramsay, by SingTel

And the top 3 hawkers are out! The final cook-off / showdown between selected Singapore hawkers and Gordon Ramsay will be at Newton Food Centre this Sunday, 7 July, from 6.30pm to 9pm. It’s going to be exciting – 800 members of the public will be able to watch the competition and even get to taste their creations. I foresee that the queue is going … Continue reading It’s Singapore VS Ramsay, by SingTel

Seng Kee Black Herbal Chicken Soup, Changi Road

I mentioned in an earlier post that there is a supper joint I’m currently in love with. And this is it! Seng Kee Black Herbal Chicken Soup in Kembangan. The name of the eatery has ‘Black Herbal Chicken Soup’ in it, but honestly, I think the winner there is their herbal pork meat/liver/kidney mee sua soup. This dish is truly stunning in its simplicity and immense … Continue reading Seng Kee Black Herbal Chicken Soup, Changi Road

Majestic Bay Seafood Restaurant, Gardens by the Bay

Recently, it seemed to me like Majestic Bay Seafood Restaurant has been quite industrious at organising food tasting sessions, as I kept seeing tantalising pictures of interesting dishes on my Instagram by popular bloggers and other key opinion leaders. I must say this was quite successful at having made me curious about the restaurant and keen to try it out. Located below the Flower Dome, Majestic Bay Seafood … Continue reading Majestic Bay Seafood Restaurant, Gardens by the Bay

Durian, mmm…

It’s durian season once again and I’ve recently tried 2 yummy variants of desserts/snacks using this fruit we love-to-hate and hate-to-love. One of which is the legendary Goodwood Park Hotel Durian Mousse Cake, and mmmm, it is YUMMMMY! I tried it two ways – slightly frozen and completely defrosted (it came frozen and you have to freeze it in order to keep it fresh for … Continue reading Durian, mmm…

Tulang, Newton Circus

I now interrupt the postings about my epicurean adventures in Europe with a short post and picture about a really, really, REALLY awesome, cholesterol stuffed, oil dripping, fat inducing, heart stopping Singaporean food wonder that is TULANG. Imagine meaty mutton bones soaked in hot, steaming, thick, tasty sauce filled with crunchy cabbage, peas and potato pieces. The soft, squishy marrow, when extracted, melts in your … Continue reading Tulang, Newton Circus