Sunday, August 31, 2008

Look ma, no feet!

Nuffnang's holding a photography contest in search for some creative photographs and I must say that I was really blown away by the link they provided!

Here's my humble attempt. :)

Friday, August 29, 2008


When I was at Outram, I knew I have to make a trip down to the Spizza nearby to satisfy my craving for Spizza's caesar salad. Alas, the caesar salad wasn't as good as before. Somehow. :(

These are the two dishes that were different from the previous meal.

Donna (8/10)

Venere (6/10)

$68 (the above, 1 caesar salad, 1 soup, 2 beverages)

29 Club street

Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Lao Beijing

Prawns (5/10)

Xiao Bai Cai (7/10)

Crispy Chicken (7/10)


Saturday, August 23, 2008

Hip Diner Asia

Cream of Chicken (8/10)

Chicken (8/10) and Steak

Tender chicken we have here!

Dory fish and sausage (8/10)

It looked and tasted a lil bit like *white* carrot cake. :P

Milkshake (Strawberry and Chocolate) - (8/10)

Guess which is for my hub and which for me? ^^

$20+ for soup, main, two sides and 1 milkshake! - Citibank promotion

Orchard Cineleisure

Friday, August 22, 2008

Tambuah Mas

How I love the food in Tambuah Mas!

I haven't been eating well for the past one week, but the food at Tambuah Mas really helped to pick up my appetite! :D

Snacks (8/10)
A mixture of our favourites - Keropok and peanuts!

Ayam Korma (10/10)
The chicken was tender and was easily 'cleaned' off from the bone. The gravy was so good, we actually drank it straight from the bowl instead of pouring it over the rice. Sedaaaaap! :P

Nasi Kuning (8/10)

Ahh... I can still remember the aroma that lingered in my mouth with each bite I took. So good you can even eat it on its own. :P

Tahu Telor (7/10)

It was piping hot! :) Only the tofu coated with the sauce were nice though. The rest were a lil bit bland.

Kangkong Belachan (9/10)

The spiciness in this dish was shiok! And this is coming from someone who doesn't take chilli/belachan or the likes frequently. :)

I thought it was nice of the lady to bring us a glass of cold water after we had finished our lime juice. :)

(We used our $40 voucher, so it's free!)

Paragon 2

Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Lao Beijing

Gong Bao Ji Ding (7/10)

Fei Cui Dou Fu (9/10)

Seasonal Vegetables (Brocolli, fried with garlic) - (7/10)

Almond Jelly with Fruits (8/10)


Tiong Bahru Plaza

Back! :)

Dear readers, it has been a while since my last post... 3 months to be exact! 0.o

I was busy with quite a number of stuff and didn't have the appetite that I used to have... :P I even lost interest in curry / laksa (that I was so crazy over). Instead, I have slowly taken a liking for more soupy stuff now. Hmm... talk about being health conscious! :)

Thanks to those who have been asking about my MIA. :P You are the source of my motivation for my return. ;)

During my disappearance from the blog, I have been constantly taking photos... but didn't get the chance to put it up. I shall try to post as many backlogs as I could (keep fingers crossed), but it would mostly be pictures because I should have forgotten all the details by now.

See below for backlogs! :P

Monday, August 11, 2008

Tai Seng Noodle House

I have hardly taken leave without a purpose for it. No thanks to my company, I was 'forced' to take one on this day. No other family members or friends I know is in a company with such policy, so I was alone on this day.

I knew I had to meet someone. JN came to my mind straightaway at 12noon sharp (so zhun!). I sms-ed her immediately and to my delight, she's available!

Being her 'territory', JN decided to bring me to the ever-so-famous Amoy Street to have our lunch. There were queues everywhere and the place was so warm, we felt as if we were having sauna in an open area! >_<" It was after rounds of walking (15 minutes?) that we finally found a table in which we used our tissue to 'chop' the seats.

We also came to a consensus to queue for a wanton noodle stall. It was a very long wait - at least 20 minutes? I pity those pple who spent most of their lunch time searching for seats and queueing up!

It was then I started to feel how lucky I am to have lunch in my workplace where it's cool, where seats are readily available and where not much waiting time is required. :P

Having said that, the wanton noodles we bought were definitely worth the wait. The wantons were crispy, the noodles were springy. At least the meal managed to appease a sauna-ed, tired and hungry foodie. :P

And just look at the generous serving! More than 10 wantons (some in the soup) altogether?

Wanton Noodle (9/10)

According to JN, the noodles we had were much better than before. I guess the inconsistency in the quality and the long wait could be attributed to the fact that it's a one-woman show. Only one auntie at the stall to manage the huge crowd. >_<

Amoy Food Centre