Warong Jawa Nasi Lemak @ Bedok South Market and Food Centre

Sunday is undoubtedly family time for most Singaporeans. It is a day when most of the ordinary folks do their weekly wet-marketing, some with the whole jin gang of 3 generations along (see definition of a Wet Market and Whole Jin Gang in Singlish Dictionary, link provided below). In Singapore, most wet markets or “pasar” as … Continue reading

Changi Village Hawker Centre

Before setting foot on Pulau Ubin, we had substantial brunch so much so we thought we could do away with dinner. Big mistake! We did have enough drinks but the storm made us feel cold and hungry come nightfall. Yama was dreaming about having a cup of hot instant noodles! When Mr. Teck picked us … Continue reading

Birds Of Different Feathers – Part 3

The Sunbirds are in town and there’s a baby involved! This was my 3rd session of birding within a week and I had a great time progressing from the spotted wood owls to the laced woodpeckers and now sunbirds! It was not easy shooting these extremely lively little birds but lucky me, I made new … Continue reading

Happy Land Cafeteria 欢乐园饮冰室 – An Outing With Tony Johor Kaki Pt. 2

“Are we happy with the Wanton Mee?” Tony asked. “We’d be happy if there’s dessert!” Tyng and I chorused. “I know just the place, it’s called Happy Land”. I thought that was lame but as it turned out, Tony’s not delirious. There’s this shop called Happy Land Cafeteria and it specialises in Ice Kacang desserts. … Continue reading

Indonesian Delights by Rita Lim @ Tampines St 42

UPDATE (Dec 2013): SORRY BUT THIS STALL IS NO LONGER OPERATING. I am not familiar with Tampines but luckily, Martin Smart is and he brought us there twice to savour the home-style cooking of Madam Rita Lim. Thank you, Smart! The first time was right after we had lunch at Mr. and Mrs. Teng’s house … Continue reading

Royal Rumble – Malay Cuisine

Malay Cuisine is quite extensive. To name a few popular ones, there’s the Mee Rebus (boiled noodles), Mee Soto, Nasi Lemak, Sayur Lodeh and Satay. Their daily meal which is similar to Nasi Padang, (where rice is the main staple of the Malay community) has mostly spicy side dishes as accompaniment. Although it is uncertain … Continue reading

Jalan Jalan Cari Makan

Hi everyone! My name is Valerie and I’m guest writing in Bonding Tool today. Mom has been bugging me to guest write for her for quite some time but I’ve always managed to wiggle away, saying I haven’t eaten anything really worth writing about lately. Unfortunately that statement lost its validity the moment I took … Continue reading