85 Redhill Teochew Fishball Noodle

Vanessa and I wanted to eat fish ball noodle the other day but the stall was closing up when we arrived at the food court. “Come early, tomorrow!” The uncle said. Spoilt with the many good choices readily available in Singapore’s food scene, sagacious diners have become exacting about food and when we are in … 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

Chao Yue Xuan Seafood Restaurant 潮悦轩

When I was at Adrian’s housewarming party in January, I promised Mrs. Oh that we would have dinner one day. I saw Groupon’s offering sometime in February 2014, although not knowing if Chao Yue Xuan would make the mark, I bought the deal for 4 persons. I kept my fingers crossed that the food would be … Continue reading

Chui Huay Lim Teochew Cuisine 醉花林品潮轩辕 @ Chui Huay Lim Club 醉花林俱乐部

醉花林俱乐部 Chui Huay Lim Club, translating to Drunk Flower Forest Club, one of Singapore’s oldest club was founded in 1845. It was originally set up for Teochew (one of the largest Chinese clans in Singapore and have been in Southeast Asia since the mid 19th century) businessmen to engage in business networking as well as … Continue reading

Lek Kee Authentic Teochew Braised Duck 陆记正宗潮州卤鸭 @ People’s Park Food Centre

As I mentioned yesterday, we had braised duck rice before having a traditional cuppa at GMNC, so here’s my post 😀 The boys complained that they couldn’t start the meal before I arrived. That’s because Smart would smack their paws if they lay even one phalange on the food before I had the chance to … Continue reading

Rong Cheng (Sin Ming Road) Bak Kut Teh 榕城(新民路)肉骨茶

Located at Blk 22 Sin Ming Road, in the far left corner of the coffeeshop, Uncle Lim has more than 30 years of experience selling this Teochew version of peppery pork rib soup, Bak Kut Teh. For 3 decades, Rong Cheng BKT has built up a huge following based on words of mouth because of … Continue reading

Cze Char 煮炒 (Street Restaurants) – Hong Kong Street Chun Tat Kee

Cze Char 煮炒 (Zi Char) is best described as home-style cooked food one can get at reasonable price in modest usually Kopitiam (Asian coffee shop) set-up. One can get restaurant quality meals on a shoestring budget if you know where to go. Menu of a cze char “restaurant” in most kopitiams are the same but the … Continue reading