BREAKFAST – Du Yi Chu Go local – Start the day in the century old shao mai shop at Qian Men Da Jie The menu is small – just a couple of dumpling choices and appetisers. I went straight for the highly recommended san sian (Mixture of pork, prawn … Continue reading
OFF TO SYDNEY Truckload of Singapore delights arrived in Sydney – P & K love their hokkien mee! WINE & DINE [FROM TOP LEFT, CLOCKWISE] Momofuku Seiobo – Sydney, Enzo – Hunter Valley, Milk + Honey – Canberra & Alpine Larder – Snowy Mountain. P & … Continue reading
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Overall, a pleasant dining experience in a one-star Michelin restaurant. However, I would rather dish out slightly more money and indulge in a gastronomic treat in the classier Joel Robuchon next door. Do look out for P’s post on our … Continue reading
After learning about Preparazzi on Facebook one day, K & I decided to check it out! Preparazzi is a food preparation service that helps you cook delicious, healthy meals at home with no fuss. They help plan, prepare and cook … Continue reading
Santi Santamaria opened his first restaurant “Can Fabes” with his wife 30 years ago at his own house – serving simple homemade dishes. A self-taught chef, he developed his own cuisine style during his 30 years of experience. His Catalan cuisine is said to be … Continue reading
Chef Willin Low of Wild Rocket describes his cuisine as Modern Singaporean. Despite Wild Rocket being around for 6 years – I have yet to step into the doors of this establishment till now. On the other hand, K has … Continue reading
On a random Wednesday morning 3 weeks back (just as the fatigue of a busy week was kicking in) – K and I decided to try our luck in getting a table at Iggy’s for lunch on that very same day! Given that Iggy’s … Continue reading