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Sunday, December 23, 2007


Old Duck Soup in Casuarina Road

The old duck soup in this newly opened restaurant in Casuarina Road is really shiok, especially on a cold rainy day. The steamed tofu with minced meat is a simple, tasty and healthy dish. The towgay with sliced pork wrapped in pancake skin is an equally tasty and healthy dish. The not so healthy dish is the Dongpo 3-layer meat. Price is quite reasonable here as there is no service charge and GST.

Thursday, December 20, 2007


Birthday Dinner in Huat Kee

Mum's Birthday was held in Huat Kee Teochew Restaurant in Amoy Street on 18 Nov 2007. We had 5 combination platter, soon hock fish done two-way (fish head in yam soup and steamed fish-tail), duck stuffed with chestnuts, cabbage chicken, oysters omelet, veg with mushrooms, longevity noodles, yam paste with pumpkin and ginkgo nuts.

Wednesday, October 17, 2007


Fried Dumpling in Keong Siak Street

One of the few restaurants that serve excellent fried dumpling (woh tie). Also good are the Mao spicy pork and Mapo tofu. Beijing China is along Keong Siak Street

Thursday, September 13, 2007


Claypot Rice and Soup in Geylang

Tong Chiang Claypot Rice now has a branch in Lor 3 Geylang (behind Shatin Restaurant). What I like about Tong Chiang is their double boiled soup. The old cucumber and chicken feet with peanuts soups are worth trying. The yong tau foo with minced meat is also quite good. The claypot rice is not too bad, except that it is not 100% cooked by charcoal.

Sunday, August 12, 2007


Vegetarian Food in Ang Mo Kio

Vegetarian food is making its way into HDB estates. In Ang Mo Kio, you can find pretend food should as Bak Kut Teh, frog legs and steamed fish. Just ignore the creative name given to the food if you are a non-meat eater. Mai Zhi Su is located in Blk 128 Ang Mo Kio Street 12 #01-1855.

Monday, July 23, 2007


Hokkien/Teochew Food in Telok Ayer Street

Bee Heong Restaurant along Telok Ayer Street serves excellent Hokkien/Teochew food at very reasonable prices. A meal for ten cost not more then $200. Order the braised cabbage and emperor chicken one day in advance. You won't regret it. Instead of the usual Hokkien Mee try the pork trotters beehoon. It is delicious. The claypot tofu is quite good. For dessert, the Orh Nee is a must. Other good dishes are the duck salad, kongbak pau and har chor. Bee Heong has a new branch along Boon Tat street, just a few metres from the Telok Ayer restaurant.

Friday, July 13, 2007


Vegetarian Restaurant in Chinatown

An upmarket vegetarian restaurant can now be found in China town. It is located beside the new multi-million $ temple. The price is quite reasonable and the food is just above average. The spinach soup is really tasty. No MSG. The curry mutton is not spicy. The bean curd skin wrapped with 'don't know what' is quite good. The fried bitter gourd in black bean sauce is so so. Total cost $33.00. The restaurant is on the 2nd level, no lift, must walk up the stairs. When I went back the 2nd time, I tried the Eight Treasures Hor Fun, it is really good. Must try. Eight Treasures Vegetarian restaurant is at the junction of Sago Lane and New Bridge Bridge.

Monday, June 25, 2007


FishHead Steamboat and Cza Char in Rangoon Road

A new aircon restaurant has sprouted up in Rangoon Road. The main attraction here is the fish head charcoal steamboat. It is simply delicious. You can select promfret or red grouper. I think grouper is better for steamboat. A large serving cost $40. This restaurant also serves good cza char dishes. My recommendations are the pork ribs ($12), street tofu ($8), kangkong with white bean paste ($6), salted egg yolk prawns ($18) and deep fried chicken with pork floss ($12). Food Street (Keng) Fish Head Steamboat Eating House is at 118 Rangoon Road.

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