Sunday Market

Sunday Market is not the easiest place to find. In fact, my first time there, I took a cab. It seemed faster and easier to take a cab than take the train, followed by the bus and then walk to the place. However, if secluded and quiet is the place you’re looking for, then this is definitely the place to go to. Continue reading

Chir Chir Fusion Chicken Factory

Further to my Korean fried chicken adventures at Twins and Chicken Up, I’ve been meaning to check out Chir Chir for a while since my classes are situated pretty close to its Chinatown Point outlet. Every time I walked past it, I would make a mental note to check out the place once I had the chance.  Continue reading

Tuck Kee (Ipoh) Sar Hor Fun

I guess you know that you’ve been frequenting a hawker centre too often when the drink stall owner starts recognising you and questions why he has not seen you in a while. O_O

In truth, it’s probably a valid statement to make. Due to the proximity of Hong Lim Food Centre from my classes and my recent discovery of the food gem that Hong Lim Food Centre is, I’ve been frequenting the place quite a bit.  Continue reading

Kanshoku Ramen Bar

The owners of Kanshoku Ramen Bar described their inspiration to set up their restaurant in the following manner:

[The following excerpt is taken from their website]

“[…]Having tasted some of the best ramen around but never feeling entirely contented, we decided to create a ramen bowl that could be finished in its entirety without feeling stuffed. One that would be enjoyable down to the very last bite.” Continue reading

Ji Ji Wanton Noodle Specialist

Now that half of my lessons are in Chinatown, I’ve been having early dinners at Hong Lim food centre just before classes start. Honestly, it’s not the best place to have dinner. The majority of stalls just open for the lunch period and most are closed by 4pm in the afternoon. It is a noticeable few that stay open for in the evening and they don’t stay open till that late either.  Continue reading