• Woke up too late for breakfast, so we took a train to Cheung Fat Noodles 長發麵家 (深水埗耀東街1號) for lunch. Near to Tim... http://t.co/qU4sNp9haA

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  • Late dinner at Four Seasons Claypot Rice (四季煲仔饭). Here's our claypot chicken rice with salted fish. Yums! http://t.co/ZFOJoFIFBq

    about 16 hours ago
  • Finally reached Hong Kong and checked in to Novotel Nathan Road - my home for the next 4 days. Now it's time for... http://t.co/Aj8xvjFsrF

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Ah Hak Bak Kut Teh @ Kai Juan Coffeeshop

Sunday, 26 October 2014 Leave a comment Posted in: Bak Kut Teh, Hawker

Balestier is the hub of bak kut teh, there are countless bak kut teh stalls along the road. Just a few days back, I had my lunch at Ah Hak Bak Kut Teh in Kai Juan Coffeeshop (or some called it Kai Juan BKT). What captured my attention first was the very old school interior. From the rusty gates, to granite floor, patterned bowls and wooden tables, it made me …

Tweed Australia Culinary Getaway Part 1

Friday, 24 October 2014 Leave a comment Posted in: Australia, Tweed

TGIF peeps! I finally have time to take a breather and share about my trip to Tweed. The Tweed region in Northern NSW is a must-see destination for travellers who want to get off the beaten tourist track to discover the real Australia. Besides the world heritage listed rainforests, green farmland and unspoilt beaches, there are also many culinary adventures in the region. What’s the best? It’s only 15 minutes …

Centre Satay Bee Hoon @ Ang Mo Kio

Thursday, 23 October 2014 Leave a comment Posted in: Hawker, UHF 2014

When people in Ang Mo Kio crave for satay bee hoon, this is the stall most people visit. I don’t eat satay bee hoon frequently, but among the ones I have tried, Centre Satay Bee Hoon is most memorable one. Satay bee hoon is a fusion between Chinese and Malay dish, which combines rice vermicelli with kang kong, cuttlefish and drenched in satay sauce (peanut sauce). Mr Tan has been …

Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice – The Taste Test Between Anxin Chicken VS White Broiler

Tuesday, 21 October 2014 Leave a comment Posted in: Hawker, UHF 2014

Coming to Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice feels like coming back home – enjoying a plate of chicken rice and listening to conversations being made in Hainanese, just like what happens in my family during Chinese New Year (I can hardly speak Hainanese though, but I understand it). While the chicken rice dish itself may be as common as the air we breathe, those that have transcended the norm to …

A Visit to Toh Thye San Farm

Monday, 20 October 2014 Leave a comment Posted in: UHF 2014

For Ultimate Hawker Fest 2014, Toh Thye San farm has very generously donated a flock of 100 days corn fed Anxin chickens to Tian Tian Chicken Rice to make into the Ultimate Chicken Rice! Toh Thye San Farm is a family-owned farm that has started since 1979. They started from a slaughter house and has now expanded to poultry farming. We visited Toh Thye San’s farm in Sungei Renggam, Johor Bahru …