I needed G’s help for my upcoming trip to Japan, which is why I willingly pulled myself out of bed in the morning and dragged myself down to town. The worst part about waking up early – finding out that there are so few proper breakfast options in the city, namely the City Hall/Dobhy Ghaut area. Continue reading
I had a Friday night drinks event in town, so I persuaded M and D to have dinner with me in town so that I wouldn’t have to rush from place to place later. I ended up choosing the Pelican and was able to get a quick reservation for that peace of mind. Continue reading
I used to avoid eating at Grub because the waiting time was often horrendously long and its location was such that there were no nearby alternatives. If you went to Grub, you had to eat at Grub because it was like the only place in the middle of Bishan Park. Continue reading
When Sum Yi Tai first opened, it was super crowded from the outside and it was impossible to get an online reservation through chope. I reasoned that things might get better within a few months and was willing to wait for the hype to die down. Furthermore, there were many more new places on Boon Tat street to try. A few weeks from when Sum Yi Tai opened, J actually had drinks there with a friend. She didn’t seem too enthusiastic about the place so I forgot about it till my dinner date with Y and M. Since we were looking for a place for drinks after dinner, I thought it would be a good opportunity to check the place out. Continue reading
Catch up dinner with Y and M after a long arduous summer term. It sounds like an exaggeration, but when you’re cramming 12 weeks curriculum into 4 weeks, that’s really intense! Since Y kindly allowed me to pick, I suggested trying Den, which markets itself as a European style bistro by day and a contemporary tapas and wine bar by night. I had already noticed it during my visit to FYR which is just a few doors away and had been really keen to check it out. Continue reading
This my seventh and final post on my eating adventures in Malaysia (2015). Previous posts can be found here.
My last night in KL, I told D that I wanted to eat crabs. Coming from a really health conscious family in Singapore, there’s hardly any opportunity to eat crabs. After all, crabs are meant to be eaten in a group, not individually. D decided to try this new place in PJ which had received some favourable reviews among the food bloggers. We got there around 7pm and were able to get a table pretty quickly. We got two crabs to share – salted egg and buttermilk crab. Continue reading
This is the sixth post of my eating adventures in Malaysia. Previous posts can be found here.
“I’ll take you to this place which only locals know. Can’t be found on lonely planet….”
True enough, a quick google search revealed that this restaurant has yet to be pinpointed on the numerous commercial websites. Rather, any information found is through the numerous food bloggers who have been sharing their experiences on their various websites. Yay, score one for food blogging! Continue reading