Mango Dessert at Chinatown Point’s Mei Heong Yuen Dessert

After a delightful dinner, we decided to go for desserts to sweeten up our tastebud after a collagen filled steamboat at Bijin Nabe Steamboat. The dessert shop was located in the same building at B2 level. It was almost 9pm, but the crowd is still there. We first find a good seating before ordering and paying for our desserts at the counter near the shop front. Mango lovers, Mango Snow Ice will be a perfect dessert for you ! Mango snow ice with chunks of fresh mango will just satisfy your appetite for mango. The Chendol Snow Ice is a new innovation for the traditional dessert. The coconut milk ice was shaved into thin layers and with other main ingredients generously spread across the plate. Whlie …

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Visit to Hei Sushi – Singapore’s First Halal Sushi Belt Restaurant

It was in the late afternoon while my girlfriend and I needs to draw some cash and the only ATM machines near my house was at Sakae building at Tai Seng. While strolling along the building, we have saw this restaurant, a halal certified sushi belt restaurant and decided to give it a go. Perhaps it was Sunday and not dinner time, the crowd was not that much. Related: Special Sushi Birthday Cake at Link’s Hotel Teru Sushi. We are more curious rather then hungry, therefore only ordered a small portion of food. Conclusion I would not say that the food are of the best quality and freshness and the most disappointing was the fried sushi which was a total disaster. Instead of being piping hot …

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Bijin Nabe Japanese Steamboat at Tsukada Nojo Chinatown

People queuing outside of the restaurant waiting for their turns. Before the end of year, I hope to fulfill one last resolution for the year of 2014 and that was to visit Tsukada Nojo again for their Bijin Nabe. I had a wonderful ramen lunch at Tsukada Nojo in Westgate previously and today I am here again for their Bijin Nabe, but at their Chinatown Point‘s outlet. Though plans have been laid days ago before the year end dinner, they does not accept reservation if the timing is before 6.30pm and the only way was to personally queue for seats. Traffic was bad that day and since we arrived, it was almost what we had predicted – people lining outside of the restaurant. Do not get it …

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Boon Lay Raja Restaurant Sold Shop Space and Receipes to Lian Beng Group

After operating for more than three decades, owners of old-fashioned Boon Lay Raja restaurant has finally decided to take a break and sell off the shop space and recipes to Mr. Ong Pang Aik, executive chairman of listed construction firm, Lian Beng Group as a private investment in October 2014. With the restaurant is strategically located near good crowd and the business is earning decent profits from the restaurant, one of the owners, Mr. Henry Tan Kweng Nam has admit age is catching up with him and his partners whom are also in their 60s or 70s.  The 73 year-old owner has also mentioned that there are no successor in the business – neither were her daughter nor the restaurant’s chefs. History of Boon Lay Raja Restaurant …

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Chia Bee Lor Mee for Midnight Supper !

Chia Bee Lor Mee – Noodles and gravy are being packed separately. Before my sister landed in Singapore from her trip in Bali, her SMS had already came in the afternoon,  asking if I would be interested in having Lor Mee as supper. Knowing my sister for so long, I believed it was not her idea’s at all but it was her boyfriend’s idea ! For me, eating is just life and there is no way I would reject any offer like this, especially for supper. Our initial plan was to go down to North Bridge Road straight and dine at the coffeeshop, but after overwhelming response at home that everyone wants to have supper, we opted to takeaway and have it at home instead. While …

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Singapore-based Firm Developed Halal App To Bring Muslims Food into Social Media – HalalTrip

Screenshot of HalalTrip Website. A Singapore-based firm, CrescentRating Pte Ltd has recently developed a new mobile app HalalTrip, to aid Muslim eaters as well as travellers to share halal restaurant discoveries not only in Singapore, but around the world. This will definitely helps Halal travellers and eaters to have lesser problem looking for a Halal restaurant and at the same time, gives them a wider range of food selection which they can choose to eat from. As explained by chief executive of HalalTrip, Fazal Bahardeen, Halal food is one of the biggest drivers of tourism for the Muslim market and when traveling is concerns, food become an important factor to these consumers as well. The social media element does not only try to discover halal food on …

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Hot Pot Culture’s Buffet at Marina Square Suspended for Business after a WHOLE Rat was Found in One of the Dishes

Hot Pot Culture at Marina Square. Grossed as the post title might seems, National Envoirnment Agency (NEA) has suspended Hot Pot Culture in Marina Square following reports that a rat carcass was found in one of its vegetable dishes from a porridge buffet. Ms Caron Chan was the unlucky customer that have found the shocking discovery. After finding a rat’s tail in one of the vegetable dish, she scooped up “a chunk of meat” which was a rat carcass. The supposed to be value-for-money porridge buffet for the group of colleagues and turned into a stomach churning experience after Ms. Caron Chan allegedly spotted the dead rat. Why Did Staff Wants to Serve a New Batch ? While she had approached one of the staff member, …

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Jie Bakery and Confectionery – Three Decades of Traditional Bread

Living near the Tai Seng area, I have seen this bakery shop since I was young and after I returned from my Japanese language study in Osaka.  Even thought I was back in Singapore for more than five years, everytime when I drove through Upper Paya Lebar Road, I will take a short glance at the only shop that are still open along the line of shophouses where everyone else were closed. At times, you will see van (we called it bread van or 面包车) stopping along the road and picking up some of the prepared bread for delivery. Last week, my girl friend and I happened to finish work early and while we was traveling along the street, we decided to take a peek at …

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Christmas Dinner at Orchid Live Seafood at Jalan Kelulut

Glass door of Orchid Live Seafood were pasted with photos of many celebrities that visited the restaurant. I am trying to catch up with my food blog while right now I am having my staycation with my girl friend at Ritz Carlton for our 2nd year anniversary. Anyway, we visited this restaurant on the Christmas day after a night of great BBQ and gathering with my friends (only few though) on the day before. We were trying to get a simple dinner at Serangoon Gardens but most of the restaurants were closed due to Christmas and Chomp Chomp Hawker just does not appeal to me. Instead we loitered around Serangoon area before reaching Jalan Kelulut for Orchid Live Seafood. I have visited this restaurant about two …

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Collagen Rich Ramen Lunch at Tsukada Nojo Westgate

Well, the graduation lunch was not actually for me. It was my girl friend’s sister whom has just graduated and we did not wait for the buffet at the institute as there was too many people so we decided to shift to Westgate for our lunch. Maybe it was a weekday and noon time, we are fortunate that the crowd wasn’t there and we need not wait to get a seat. Related: Bijin Nabe Steamboat at Chinatown Point Tsukada Nojo Interior of Tsukada Nojo. About Tsukada Nojo Tsukada Nojo actually have their own poultry farms located in Miyazaki which is southern Kyushu. The location is surrounded by nature and they are raising precious chicken called “Jitokko” that only grows in that area. “Jitokko” is a very …

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