Beng Poh Seafood 明宝海鲜小厨 @ Beng Poh Eating House

I have been to Good Year Seafood Village with my family often and have noticed Beng Poh Eating House just next door. However, Beng Poh seemed to lack crowd each time we were there so we didn’t bother trying their food until Uncle Smart posted his lunch photos on Facebook. Steamed shark’s head, that’s what … Continue reading

Manseki 满席 (マン席)

マン席, pronounced as Manseki, means “sold out” or “all seats taken” in the Japanese language. And in effect with the yummilicious omakase meal I had recently, this semi-fine dining restaurant ought to be! I wanted to name this post “A Tale of 2 Friendships” because it was a union of 2 old buddies and I … Continue reading

Tamarind Hill Restaurant Singapore

It has been said that “The best in Singapore is the best in the world” – they were, of course, referring to fine dining experience! And Singapore does have superabundance of regionally and internationally renowned food and beverage establishments. However, from a restauranteur’s standpoint (I’m making an educated guess after talking to several managers/owners), tight-laced … Continue reading

East Ocean Teochew Restaurant 东海潮州酒家 @ Ngee Ann City

Guess who’s back? Back again… It’s not Shady, for sure! Jerry was back from Switzerland in the early morn so he thought to go to work but he suffered desynchronosis, gave up working for the day, went home, got showered, had 40 winks and flew off to Perth all within 12 hours. No wonder his … Continue reading

Hua Ting Restaurant 華廳 @ Orchard Hotel

Before Jerry went to switzerland, I caught up with him over lunch at one of his favourite places to eat. Hua Ting is a very old and popular Chinese restaurant in Singapore. It is helmed by Masterchef Lap Fai, who was crowned Asian Cuisine Chef of the Year 2012 at the World Gourmet Series Awards. … Continue reading

Let’s Have A Rendezvous!

You know what? Let’s have a rendezvous! I just realised, this very second as I am preparing this post that they had forgotten to give me my soup. I am going back to get my soup! Wow! You must think me crazy for this uproar over a soup… I could still remember the taste of … Continue reading

En Japanese Dining Bar – Irrashaimase いっらしゃいませ

The minute you step into a Japanese restaurant, you are most likely be greeted with or get startled by a chorus of “irrashaimase” which loosely translates to “welcome” by the staff. Japanese cuisine is one of my  favourite food in the world. The exacting standard that goes into the preparation and presentation of Japanese food, … Continue reading