Soya Sauce Chicken Stew Recipe à la Semi

The Soya Sauce Chicken I made recently was a hit! Valerie and Ryan loved it so I made it again several days later at Valerie’s home and this time, Vanessa and Sam also got to eat it. Soya Sauce Chicken Stew Recipe à la Semi. What’s in it? Ingredients: Whole Chicken (about 1kg+-, cut into … Continue reading

Whopping Good Time At Wo Peng Cantonese Cuisine 和平宴!

I was pretty excited about the media invite on 7th January 2016 to taste Chef Julian Tam’s Chinese New Year offerings. I have seen some promotions of Wo Peng on Groupon deals and they were always sold out. This was a great chance for me to get acquainted with some of Chef Tam’s signature dishes … Continue reading

Singapore style Hokkien Mee versus Malaysian style Hokkien Mee (福建面)

Was it because I had it again immediately the next night without a cooling-off period that I did not find it delicious? No! I am used to repeat menu. So are the kids. If we like something, we can eat them daily and then some (for years). I posted on my FB wall that “I’m … Continue reading

Ajisen Ramen Singapore – What Happened To The 1000 Tastes?

My very first Ajisen Ramen meals were in Melbourne. My last Ajisen Ramen meal was consumed when my brother visited us. I have always liked Ajisen Ramen in Melbourne. They have fantastic sides to pair up with their ramen sets and I do love their infamous Volcano Ramen! As we waited in line at the … Continue reading

Xing Yun Kway Chap 幸运果汁 @ Tampines Round Market

We were chatting about food on Facebook last Saturday when I “demanded” Stanley to bring me to eat the famous kway chap he had talked about many times. After learning about the nice kway chap stall in Tampines from Stan last year, I had gone there with Benny and Ricky but the stall was closed … Continue reading

Peach Blossoms @ Marina Mandarin Hotel

Last Sunday, I was invited to Chaine des Rottiseurs (Singapore) Annual Lo Hei Dinner. This year, the venue was Peach Blossoms @ Marina Mandarin Hotel. Dress code evening elegance. I do not own a Cheongsam so the next most suitable attire was a dress that Valerie got me. This Chinese-Korean costume required a little skill … Continue reading

Goat Steamboat? CNY Luncheon

The night before, I was partaking Reunion Dinner at my sister’s home when my friend WhatsApp-ed to invite my family and I to lunch. “Hey, I’ve got shitload of food for steamboat and meat for grilling. Want to come over tomorrow for lunch at 12nn?” Invitation accepted! Valerie and Ryan would be visiting my in-laws … Continue reading

G7 Sinma Live Bull Frog Claypot Porridge

I was on full steam last week with a few Malaysian friends heading back to their hometown for reunion dinners so we had ours earlier. No doubt Lo Hei was served earlier this year, too! Well, after one particular Lo Hei lunch, I went on to karaoke and then a photography outing to Chinatown to … Continue reading

Sungei Lembing Trip – Part 7

Wow! I didn’t expect a 2-day-1-night trip to span over 7 days of blog posting but there’s just too much I want to share, like the unblemished simple-styled yet tasty food and the pulchritudinous landscapes of Sungei Lembing, an old tin mining town, that has in recent years become an exciting tourist destination for Malaysians … Continue reading

Spicy Thai Thai Cafe

It’s almost a year since I was invited to Spicy Thai – Thai Cafe for food tasting and there’s some new fare on their Isan-inspired menu besides the restaurant taking over another unit for expansion. Business has been brisk so much so that Ron (the owner) has to helm it full time, leaving his other … Continue reading