Pardon me for the lack of updates. At this rate, it appears that i have reached the impossibility of blogging a current entry. The pictures are just piling up, at a much faster rate than i am posting entries. Im so gonna kill myself. BAHH
A few months back, dar and me made a trip down to T3's TCC for light dinner.
My green tea red bean drink.
Would have been better if it had been creamier and less diluted. The red beans were good though.
Dar had his usual seafood aglio with the addition of smoked salmon.
I had something really light of course.
Beef Mezza Tofu.
I cant do without my cheese.
The quality of this dish tends to vary somewhat. This one today was pretty acceptable. The one at Clarke Quay was really delish. The worst one has got to be the one dished out from Shaw House's outlet.
It is important for the cheese to be thick and gooey with the tofu firm and not overly soggy. That's a good standard for you. =)
Dar dar fixing his
portable ERP Unit. Runs on batteries!
And then one evening, after school, dar and i had dinner at the pretty nearby Alexandra Market and Food Centre.
This place, if you've patronized it before, its famed for their Avacado Juices.
So of course, we had a Avacado Peanut to share. Its almost like a healthier version of peanut butter. Except green in color.
Shared some Cze Char dishes from this particular stall manned by an elderly couple. Its a stall recommended by a friend of mine, so why not let dar try it for himself too?
I like the stock used here. And i LOVE the charred parts. Wok Hei, they call it.
Ordered a plate of sweet potato leaves to share as well.
What else can i say? Its sweet potato leaves at its very best.
The family also brought grandma out to dinner one evening. This time, at Toa Payoh Lor 8's Food Centre.
We shared a couple of dishes here and there. One of them, being rojak.
There's this particular corner stall that sells really yummy chicken wings and satay. Do note that its accompanied by an extremely long wait.
And last but not least, here's a recommendation for you!
Duck Kway Teow! I'm more of a pork and chicken than duck fanatic but this place that im about to share with you serves really tasty braised duck! To me that is. Haha.
The duck meat is thinly sliced, the kway teow is smooth, and best of all, its housed within a very traditional ol'school coffeeshop. Its situated opposite the market/food centre at Tiong Bahru and also houses the well-known scissors curry rice. Now i believe you all know which one im talking about. Heah~
LIC's bugging me to start a food blog. I think i should, i want to as well, but, plain lazy. Oh well, we shall see.
For now, Peace Out~