Sin Hoi San Seafood Restaurant 新海山海鲜餐馆

Sin Hoi Sai Seafood Restaurant is the oldest and most well known restaurant in Tiong Bahru area. Although they do not advertise, their restaurant is always swarmed with diners, attracting the patronage of many Asian celebrities. I remember the staff (most of them have worked there for more than 10 years) wearing sports shoes and … Continue reading

My Date With Tony Stark!

It’s been a while since I watched a movie and since my friend has a Safra card, we get quite a huge discount for movie tickets so tonight, he arranged for me a date with Tony Stark, an American billionaire playboy, industrialist and ingenious engineer! Not bad huh? No doubt Tony is a fictional character … Continue reading

Get In Me But Don’t Make Me Fat! – Kiang Kee Bak Kut Tea Restaurant 强记早市肉骨茶

When my friend told his friends that he was going to Johor, a fishing enthusiast told him we must stop by Kota Tinggi to eat the famous BKT (Bak Kut Teh). We had no idea how famous this place was until we witnessed the continous turnover of local (Malaysians) and Singaporean patrons that morning! Kiang … 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

Ayam Penyet – A Taste of Indonesia

Ayam Penyet is smashed chicken. I don’t know what they mean by smashed like running it over a car or something but what I tasted is crispy crunchy flavoursome skin with very very tender and juicy meat inside. I highly suspect the chicken to have been steamed or boiled very quickly in some spicy marinade … Continue reading

Oh Crab! Who Is Uncle Leong? – Uncle Leong Seafood Restaurant 龍海鲜螃蟹王

According to Mr. Hawazi Daipi, Senior Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Education and Ministry of Manpower, “Singaporeans’ love for food is reflected in the growth of the food and beverage industry in Singapore. According to latest figures by the Department of Statistics, the Singapore F&B industry now comprises about 6,200 establishments, employing some 91,300 workers, or … Continue reading