Here’s some places where you can still get a meal for less than S$3. Maxwell food centre: The all famous curry chicken rice. I had rice with curry gravy, pork cutlet and cabbage for a mere S$2.70. That’s less than £1.30 for lunch! The cabbage was deliciously sweet and soft as well. Pek Kio hawker…… Continue reading Cheap food in Singapore
Had to move again. This time, to Wilson House. Was so afraid that something would go wrong – I won’t have a room/the driver refuse to wait along Queensway, there’s no place to park at Wilson house etc. Thanks to the help from all my friends, everything was completed in good time. Even managed to…… Continue reading Noodle Oodle
Taste of London festival. Mmmm… Not a foodie, but the food was really awesome. First stop was British Airways Height cuisine. We sampled dishes for the flights to Moscow, business/first class meals of course. 1. Starter = Smoked salmon and caviar. A little salty but delicious burst of flavours. 2. Main course = Potatoes and…… Continue reading BA Height cuisine
Funny how Bellaria is just 5 minutes from Scala House, but I never went there until I left. Walked past Scala House, only to see that the lobby is a scene of destruction. Chair stacked up in one corner, bowls and plates lying on the bench, letters on the floor. Cardboard everywhere. It’s a space…… Continue reading Bellaria
Pancakes on pancake day!
Salt Yard London http://www.saltyard.co.uk/ Tapas-like dishes. They have 3 categories of ‘main’ dishes. ‘Meat’, ‘Fish’ and ‘Vegetables’. We had the courgette which were delicious, the pumpkin which I struggled to identify (and which also had passion fruit in it), the pork belly which was so good, the lamb which was slightly raw but very well seasoned…… Continue reading Salt Yard
The english on this blog has become pretty sloppy. Was at Brunswick at around 2030 today. Apparently Japanese people have dinners rather early (6-7pm), while Italians seldom have dinner before 830pm. Singaporeans are somewhat in the middle, with dinner ranging from 7-8pm. Not impressed by the choice at Brunswick, we took a detour to Ciao…… Continue reading Ciao Bella