Fatty Cheong 肥仔祥

24 Jan 2018 After attending to some business in the vicinity, I decided to walk over to ABC Brickworks Food Center for lunch. A persistently long queue in front of Fatty Cheong (肥仔祥) on a weekday caught my eyes. Queues may be manifestations of innate herd mentality. Singaporeans do not necessarily have high standards for food. … Continue reading Fatty Cheong 肥仔祥

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Putien 普田

Date of visit: 01 February 2018 SingPost Center, Paya Lebar branch Lunch Main course: Putien Ca Fen. "A mixture of mee sua, noodles and bee hoon in a delicious, heartwarming soup with an assortment of vegetables, seafood and pork." - description by Putien. Putien made use of the fact that its Kitchener Road branch was awarded … Continue reading Putien 普田

旺 Woong Kee Traditional Beancurd

Stall in Maxwell Market. Touts a slightly different variant of beancurd made using black bean. The packaging looked slick. The stall front looked modern. The price list claimed it was some "famous black beancurd" from "Woong Kee Beancurd Ipoh". The price was expensive - $2.20 for soya milk, compared to the $1.50 or even 90 cents … Continue reading 旺 Woong Kee Traditional Beancurd

Paradise Dynasty @ Ion Orchard

Date of visit: 03 November 2017 I had the double-boiled chicken soup with noodles, and took away several dishes (marinated beef tripe, shanghai bun, szechuan spicy chicken, pork dumpling soup). The dish was listed as a healthy option. The chicken soup was clear and delicious. The chicken was tender. Most importantly, the soup was served … Continue reading Paradise Dynasty @ Ion Orchard