Shashlik Restaurant – A Russian Restaurant in Singapore

My husband and I both rest on Wednesday. And we made Wednesday our food hunting day. We would go around in the city and try to find good food on this day.  My husband wanted to try Russian food for a long time, because he used to have a colleague from Russia. And that colleague…

The Best Prata Shop So Far

I should’ve done this blog long time ago. I love roti prata. I even buy frozen prata and store in my fridge. I also tried many prata shops including hawker store or Indian restaurant. I have to say this prata shop is the best so far! The shop is called The Roti Prata Gouse Pte,…

Laksa

Finally, I got the chance to cook Laksa at home. It all due to my husband. When we were shopping for groceries, he suddenly told me that he wanted to have laksa. He chose a pack of laksa paste and laksa noodles. We also bought bean sprouts and puff tofu yesterday. He was quite excited…

Bak Kut Teh (肉骨茶)

Bak kut teh is a very popular dish in Singapore. It’s kind of spice rib soup. The cooking method is not complicated but it’s a bit time consuming. 1. Wash 1 kg ribs in water. Then put them in a big pot. Add in enough water covers all ribs. Bring water to boil. Take the…

#SAKURA MATSURI FLORAL DISPLAY# @GARDENS BY THE BAY 2019

Yesterday, My husband and I went to Gardens By The Bay for Sakura Matsuri Floral Display. Gardens By the Bay usually holds different floral display activities the whole year. They will display flowers from different places of different seasons. Now it’s spring time, so it’s sakura season. The floral display is held in flower dome,…

Food Hunting @ Alexandra Food Village

My husband and I were planning to go food hunting at Alexandra food village for a long time. Today we finally have a chance to go there. There are so many hawker centers in Singapore. We haven’t tried many. And there are also many good & cheap food hidden in the hawker center. As food…

Hangout @ Chinatown

Well, today I have one day off and my husband also has time. We planned to go to Chinatown and have lunch there. He wanted to try a nasi lemak restaurant there. It’s the first time for us to go to Chinatown and hunt for non-Chinese food. Chinatown of Singapore is really close to to…

Probably the Best Yong Tau Foo I’ve Ever Had

Yong Tau Foo is a Hakka Chinese cuisine. Yet, I have never tried it in China before. Yong Tau Foo stall is quite similar to Chinese spicy hot pot (malatang). All the meat, vegetables and seafood are displayed on shelves. Customers can choose whatever they want to add in their Yong Tau Foo. The main…

Min Chiang Kueh 面煎粿

This is like a Singapore style pancake. Original recipe requires peanuts as filling. Because my husband doesn’t like peanuts, so I used chopped walnuts instead. Ingredients: Flour 1 cup Baking soda 1/2 tsp Yeast 1/2 tsp Sugar 2 tablespoon Egg 1 Water 3/4 cup Mix all the above ingredients in a bowl. Then cover with…

Lor Mee

1. In a deep pot, add in 1/2 2 cups water, 1/2 cup dark soy sauce, ginger slices, garlic slices, 1 tablespoon five spice powder and 20g sugar. Bring to boil. 2. Add in 1 strip of pork belly. Turn to low heat and simmer for 30 mins. 3. Add in 2 hard boiled eggs…