Hong Kong Street Family Restaurant @ Novena Gardens 香港街餐馆

Hong Kong Street is a very common name when it comes to cze char stalls that serves mainly Cantonese home-style cooking even if they offer dishes of other Chinese dialect origin for example the Teochew Steam Fish or Fried Hokkien Mee. – Sam Han (The Bonding Tool) Aptly named “Family” restaurant, you will see more … Continue reading

Kok Sen Restaurant 国成餐室

Completely exhausted and parched. I couldn’t decide if it was the hot weather or the msg in my briyani lunch. Two ice cold beer from Tippletown Cafe did not help at all. So this round at Three Buns, I had iced coffee – white, while Z, still dizzy from his fruit beer (which he only … Continue reading

Ju Feng Garden Kitchen 聚丰园小厨 @ 7 Tanjong Pagar Plaza

In my previous post almost a year ago… Ju Feng Garden Kitchen serves wonderful cze char with authentic local taste at very reasonable price and friendly service. It was so good some of our kakis (Wilson Wong is one) are planning their own family trips there. As Su Suling said, “Cooking is excellent. Highly recommended.” … Continue reading

Love In Vain @ Tian Tian Seafood Restaurant 天天海鲜鱼头爐

I have blogged quite a few cze char posts like Kok Sen Coffee Shop, Hong Kong Street Chun Tat Kee, Hong Kong Street Zhen Bao Ji Cze Char, Hong Kong Street Steamboat, Ju Feng Garden Kitchen. So cze char 煮炒 or street restaurant cuisine is no longer unfamiliar to you. Today’s post is about Tian Tian Seafood Fish … Continue reading

Crab Bee Hoon Soup @ Mellben Seafood 龙海鲜螃蟹王

May’s mention of a delightful crab bee hoon soup served in the same neighbourhood not far from Uncle Leong Seafood in Toa Payoh Estate when we last ate there has left me craving for more crabs. So last Wednesday, I decided to text May and Ross to see if they were interested in making a … Continue reading