I’ve had a fascination with Southern food for the longest time, gumbo, shrimp and grits, beignets, hot sauce, fried chicken, biscuits, the list is endless (disclaimer, this is definitely not all there is to Southern food, but it’s the perception of what Southern food is like to an Asian person who’s never been. One of…… Continue reading Glorious Seafood at Dancing Crab
One box off my bucket list. I’ve been wanting to eat at Red Star Restaurant for the longest time. The draw was not only delicious dim sum but that they still retained the old style of having the dim sum ladies pushing trolleys of dim sum around the restaurant. Once a prevalent practice in most…… Continue reading 红星 Red Star Restaurant – Dim Sum Heaven
I love steamboats and despite the fact that I live in a country where the weather is almost always at a constant 30 degrees Celsius, I’d happily have it every day and cravings for steamboat hit me as often as traffic lights turn green (what?!). So when this craving struck recently, I dragged my mum…… Continue reading Seoul Garden Hotpot @ IMM
I’ve always loved crispy roasted pork, it started with roasted pork belly (shao rou) and back when metabolism rate was way higher, you bet I was scarfing down those yummy meat with crunchy skin. When German food became more easily accessible in Singapore, I fell in love with German pork knuckles and after my trip…… Continue reading Love Affair with Pork Knuckles – Stew Kuche
I do not know why I’m posting so much on food, but here’s another food-related post! I’m not a vegetarian, at one point in my life, I’d always thought I’d never be able to go without meat, but I went through a phase and realised that eating vegetarian once in a while is not that…… Continue reading Going Veggie
It’s been a long wait for us in Singapore, but Jamie Oliver finally opened a restaurant here. I’ve been a fan for the longest time, I love his personality and more importantly, his approach to food – simple, good and non-fussy. It didn’t hurt that he was pretty cute ;p To me, Jamie’s Italian Singapore…… Continue reading Jamie’s Italian Singapore. Finally!
I went to PasarBella yesterday with a couple of friends and it took me almost 24 hours to recover from the food coma that resulted from that brunch. That was how much we ate. “Pasar” means “market” in Malay and essentially, this is what PasarBella is, a huge market place where you can find fresh…… Continue reading PasarBella: Farmers’ Market Singapore-Style