Strange as it is but i've been craving for curry this week. All this while, i've never been a fan of Japanese Curry but that plate of Japanese Curry i had last Wednesday has got me craving and wondering when i'd get to have my Japanese Curry again.
The accompanying Pork Katsu was equally satisfying. =)
And if you hadnt known, i am a very HUGE fan of minced meat. In dialect, we call it "Ba Chor". So after school on Thursday, dar and i had HillStreet's BCM located at Crawford Lane.
It doesnt really matter if they didnt give the extra ingredients like meatballs,fishcakes,mushrooms and what not because they sure gave a generous helping of minced meat! Oh, the chili was really good. Its not everyday that i ask for chili you know. Unless you can give me a better alternative to ketchup, then chili will have to suffice.
Shared a plate of fried golden mushrooms and fries ($4) from the western stall next door.
BOO! The fries were served cold and the quantity miserable. Double BOO!
So how do couples actually go about deciding where and what to have for their meals? In my case, its really simple, dar always makes me decide. He's really smart you know, always taking the initiative to sms me the "what shall we eat today" question. I love food, and it never is easy to think of one definite place for a meal. Especially so when foodies like myself want to eat almost everything, this and that and that too. Haha. You know what i mean.
And as dar's "GPS" (i actually have to turn his helmet left or right if i want him to turn left or right respectively), i landed us both at Bedok Interchange's Food Center for dinner last friday. My cravings can be infectious, which is precisely what got dar craving for curry too. Having known this food center for its curry chicken noodles (its my grandma's fav), i tot i'd give this place a shot to see if there are any other stalls that sell curry chicken.
And yes, there was one!
Bought a loaf of soft bread, for dipping, from the bakery opposite. We had to top up 50cents for extra curry gravy. The chicken drumlets were very tender and the curry wasnt overly spicy and oily either. Not as good as grandma's but still worth a try. In fact, we'll be keeping a look out for better tasting curry chicken.
After that, we rode down to Geylang Lor 29 for my fav pork satay.
I like them for their chunks of fat. They also add pineapple into their peanut sauce.
And i made another sandwich! This time, i sauteed the swiss cheese with the mushrooms. It was a delish gooey mess. Slap in some honey baked ham and an omelette and you're done.
Easy peasy breakfast.