Poy Kee Yong Tau Foo

There are quite a number of yong tau foo stalls at People’s Park Food Centre. One evening after class, I decided to have dinner at the food centre and had a walk around the food centre before deciding to queue at Poy Kee Yong Tau Foo. It seemed like they were down to their last few bowls, only options for noodles were the yellow egg noodles. Continue reading

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Ember

Not going to lie, work has been tough. However, one of the perks of work is when the firm organizes a department dinner and you get to try a restaurant that has been on your watch list for a while. I was quite curious as to what the food at Ember would be like. Most people who’ve been there have raved about their modern European food, especially the value for money lunch sets.  Continue reading

Lollapalooza

I’ve always been fascinated by Lollapalooza, the sister restaurant of Lolla. I’m a fan favourite of Lolla (their sea urchin remains one their stand out dishes for me). For years, I’ve been meaning to try this place. Unfortunately, my friends had already taken that step before me and did not come away with good impressions. Hence, it was difficult to convince any of them to come back with me so that I could check the place out myself.  Continue reading

Blue Ginger

While I was in Switzerland, I got a message from a dear friend whom I had not seen in years. After one false attempt in coming to Singapore, he was finally coming to Singapore and as luck would have it, I would be back in time to meet up for dinner. Knowing that he was really keen to have some local food, I suggested dinner at Blue Ginger, a Nonya restaurant which was also located near his hotel. Continue reading