To celebrate the younger brother’s birthday, G suggested that we head to an Italian restaurant in the heartlands for dinner.
The restaurant has a nice rustic setting, creating a homely vibe with it. Servers are really friendly as well. Gosh, they even alerted us when the “ma-cik” was seen in the parking lot (not that we had to worry about them). Continue reading
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
Had the opportunity to visit Serangoon Garden Market for lunch last week. I usually come for dinner when most stalls are closed. Finally got a chance to try Ah Seng braised duck rice which had a pretty long lunch queue when I was there. Thankfully, the queue moves pretty fast. Continue reading
A traditional teochew lunch to celebrate my grandfather’s birthday. Yay!
Instead of reverting to our usual teochew haunts, M decided to try Ban Heng, another popular teochew restaurant. As usual, it’s another no frills restaurant, though the air conditioning and the efficient staff is an added bonus. Continue reading
Rare lunch time outing with M, so I decided to drag her with me to try crabmeat wonton mee noodles at MacPherson Road, courtesy of a blog post I saw here. Fortunately, it’s near our house, so an easy ten minute drive and we were there just shortly before the lunch time crowd descended. Continue reading
After our previous jaunt to Tekka market for briyani, M and I headed back two days later for some Teochew braised duck instead. Continue reading
M offered to take me to Tekka market for some good nasi briyani. Briyani is a mixed rice dish with origins from India. It is usually cooked with spices, rice, meat and vegetables. Continue reading