🏠 Xiao Ya Tou 🏠
[Loki in Singapore] 🇸🇬
XYT Hokkien Mee was great ! So full of Wok hey, good consistency in the noodles - keeping the right level of al dente whilst keeping the moisture intact with lots of eggy goodness in the pork broth. Loved their use of their smoked pancetta in place of sliced pork belly which gives packs a bigger punch in flavour. Both the prawns and clams are fresh and good.
We had this Pork Chop Fried Rice for lunch at the Happy Hawker coffee shop. The stall Hao Lai Ke serves a variety of dishes like la mian, dumplings, fried rice...The fried rice we had tasted very similar to DTF but at $6 per plate. No wonder the queue is always long. Good deal 👍😋. Worth trying their other dishes in our next visit 😃
235718 hours ago
Love salmon #sashimi ? Mondays & Thursdays are for you. $3 for 5 slices of fresh #salmon sashimi, $2 for a glass of cold sake, and $5 for beer and umeshu. Available lunch & dinner at Odeon Towers and during dinner at Marina One, Income at Raffles, and Marina Bay Link Mall. 😍🍣 #standingsushibar (photo by @jaxxarus)
315610 hours ago
KFC's new Truffle-Parmesan Chicken is not bad at all! Went for the 2-piece meal ($9.45) which also comes with a side of mashed potatoes and coleslaw, as well as some Sjora strawberry kiwi drink which tasted like some strawberry yoghurt drink (didn't really taste the kiwi though). The truffle smell didn't hit my nose unlike in the case for most truffle-containing dishes but the truffle taste was quite distinct actually. Loved the generous sprinkle of parmesan too, just that it could get a little overwhelmingly salty especially at the part where all the parmesan sprinkles are concentrated 😹
Charcoal Salt Baked Fish 😍😍😍
This is my all-time favorite fish and must-have whenever I come Bangkok!! It’s served with a green chili sauce which is a mix of sour and spicy but goes so well with the fish. The fish is so fresh that it’s fork-tender and so so juicy! Love it!! Please come and try when you’re in Bangkok. I always have mine at Talad Neon night market for only 300 baht (~$15)! #Shersbkkeats
27919 hours ago
The ONLY wanton noodle store to order from Amoy hawker. When our friend first introduced to us, we were shocked at the portions they give because look at the generous heap of fish, fried wantons and soup wantons they give for a person’s serving. We like the steam fish especially as it’s fresh and sweet while their noodles although alkaline was still springy 🍜
Fish Wanton Noodle SGD4.00
Din Tai Fung
9 Bishan Pl, #01 -41, Singapore 579837
11am to 9.30pm
Taste: 8 /10
Overall score: 7.75/10
The founder of Din Tai Fung was a man called Bingyi Yang. Born in 1927 in China's Shanxi Province, he moved to Taiwan as a young man in search of better prospects. His first job was as a deliveryman at a store called Heng Tai Fung, which sold cooking oil.Impressed with his hard work, the owner quickly put Bingyi in charge of the oil store’s accounts after just two years of service. But due to other business losses, the oil store was forced to shut down, leaving Bingyi unemployed.
Bingyi decided to start up his own oil shop with wholesale oil purchased from Din Mei Oils. To show his appreciation to his first boss at Heng Tai Fung, he named his new store Din Tai Fung.
However, when tinned oil went on sale around 1972, sales at Din Tai Fung plummeted. Taking advice of a friend, Bingyi and his wife turned half of their shop towards making and selling steamed dumplings. The quality and exceptional taste of Din Tai Fung’s steamed dumplings attracted many customers and the business took off thanks to its strong word-of-mouth. Spurred on, Din Tai Fung stopped selling oil and turned into the full-fledged restaurant it is today.
This was the humble and inspiring beginning of an international brand – Din Tai Fung.
It was named one of the top ten restaurants in the world by The New York Times on 17 January 1993. In November 2009, the restaurant's first Hong Kong branch at Tsim Sha Tsui, Silvercord Branch (新港店), was awarded one Michelin star by the Hong Kong and Macau 2010 edition of the Michelin Guide.
14159 minutes ago
The key to a low carb diet is a high vegetables intake.
Ginger beancurd with riceball (S$3.60)
Available at @mrbeansg
First time having ginger soup with bean curd and it’s actually tasted not bad. Not too sweet or overly spiced.
Ordered via @yqueuesg app
‘Cos got 30% off with promotion code ‘YQ30’ from 21-25 Jan 2019 for this outlet only.
Address 🏠 : 5 Lower Kent Ridge Road, # 01-12 (Provisional) East Wing, Main Building National University Hospital, Singapore 🇸🇬 119 074
Open ⏰ :
Mon - Fri : 7am - 8.30pm
Sat : 7am - 5.30pm
Website 🌐 : http://www.mrbean.com.sg
MRT 🚇 : Kent Ridge (CC24)
2311 hour ago
Silk Road offers delicious Chinese Provincial cuisine, expertly whipped by chefs from different regions of China.
These are some of the dishes you are expecting at the reunion dinner at Silk Road at Amara hotel.
Braised Pumpkin 🎃 Soup with superior fish maw and fried scallops.
It is a pleasure putting a spoonful of this delicious seafood into my mouth with an explosion of flavour. There’s the natural sweetness of the pumpkin with the umami from the seafood. Make this dish your #CNY must have!
Get your tastebuds hit by another wave of umami with this Soy baked Sea Perch with spinach in bonito sauce. 🐟
The sea perch meat was tender and flavourful, paired with bonito sauce, topped with more bonito flakes. The meat was laid delicately on a bed of spinach with edamame and cherry tomatoes.
Fragrant Rice with Chinese Sausage, Preserved meat and mushrooms. 🍚💨
Wrapped snugly in the lotus leaves that locks in the flavour and heavily garnished with green onions, the rice is a classic dish not to be missed during reunion dinner.
5541 hour ago
My attempt at @ann_journal ‘s bubble rice cookies! I made mine half brown rice puffs and half quinoa puffs! Also lessened the sugar to suit my family’s preference. Added @ghirardelli mini chocolate chips as the finishing touch. Simply irresistible 🤤 Baking round 3 now 😂