Author Archives: K

[Seoul] Off the Beaten Track

Noryangjin Fish Market What can be a better immersive experience than spending a couple of hours in the largest fish market in Seoul? We toured the market (got used to rude stares), ruined our shoes, held a live octopus and picked fresh seafood for our lunch. [LEFT] We were awed by the fishmonger’s swift filleting of the fish weRead More

HBD, Twice!

Another year, another candle. We celebrated this milestone at Narisawa which turned out to be really apt for this special occasion. We couldn’t get a reservation via the online system and were rather disappointed. We started searching for another alternative but decided to make one last attempt by calling the restaurant directly – After some pleading (and more pleading), we gotRead More

[Recipe] Nasi Lemak Sandwich – Powered by Panasonic SD–P104 Bread Maker

This is the second out of three posts sponsored by Panasonic; we have and will be sharing our very own creations in these posts. As an expression of love and gratitude towards our loved ones, we also attempted to serve these 3 dishes as a 3-course meal to our families. Here’s for Main – Nasi Lemak Sandwich. I loveRead More

Mrs Pho – Authentic Vietnamese Food in Singapore #16

Please vote for us in the 2014 Singapore Blog Awards- Top 10 cooking blogs. Click here to vote. I tried many Vietnamese restaurants in Singapore for the Vietnamese food series but Mrs. Pho made me excited. Very excited MRS PHO – Feeds you like family The owners (Hoang & Darien) promised a slice of Saigon when youRead More

Skirt – 3 Heartfelt Notes to the Boldest Grill in Town

We made an impromptu decision to head to Skirt on a weekday night in office. We were rather early and we noticed the 3 other seated tables; First table was at a corner – A woman in her late 20s, waiting for a few others to join. Second was dead centre – Three men, one seems particular important, all eyes wereRead More

Aoki – Beef Bowl Addiction

  Beef Donburi I am completely addicted to the beef bowl in Aoki. Just imagine melt-in-the-mouth beef slices (Medium doneness for me) over warm Japanese rice topped with a wobbling soft-boiled egg and negi. YUMS. The happiness bowl comes in 3 sizes – 50g, 70g & 100g of beef. Take my advice and just go for the largestRead More

A Cool Way to Make a One-Slice Breakfast Sandwich

I found a really cool way to make a yummy breakfast sandwich using just one slice of bread – perfect for people who like less carbs and plenty of proteins! 12 easy steps to follow- It took me about 10 minutes to make this. Step 1- Prepare the ingredients. 1 slice of bread (thicker onesRead More

The Top 5 Awesome Pho in Singapore

Pho is one of the healthiest and tastiest noodle dishes! However…  we feel that this noodle doesn’t get the credit that it should, on the other hand, no noodles want to be just a fad and die off… so our intention is to gradually make this underrated dish into a PHOnomenon in Singapore and it’s going to start with you!Read More

Muah Chee 101 – Boil, Microwave, Pan-fry & Steam

Please vote for us in the 2014 Singapore Blog Awards- Top 10 cooking blog.Click here to vote. Read SG Blog Awards – Vote for us Today. Muah Chee (From top left, clockwise] – Using the steam, pan-fry, boil & microwave cooking methods. We wrote on how to make muah chee in 10 minutes using the microwave previously and weRead More

Luncheon Meat Riceball (Spam Omusubi) in 10 minutes for Busy People

Have you heard of Spam omusubi (aka Luncheon meat riceball)? Apparently EVERYONE in Hawaii loves it! It’s a fusion dish of Japanese (obviously the rice…) and American (Spam). My Japanese colleague (Kaya) luckily knew how to make it! I told her my two requirements: Convenience – it has to be made in our office pantry, and REALLY quickRead More