Reviews

Keng Eng Kee Seafood @ Bukit Merah – One of the Best Zichar in Singapore

Keng Eng Kee. Finally. I have known Chef Wayne for some time and have visited some of the pop up stalls that he had done, but somehow or rather, I didn’t have the chance to try Keng Eng Kee. So right after our wedding photoshoot that day, we invited the team to join us for late night dinner at Keng Eng Kee. Keng Eng Kee started by Chef Wayne’s grandparents …

Ye Zhi Mei Handmade Dim Sum @ Jalan Besar

Sunday, 26 July 2015 Leave a comment Posted in: Dim Sum, Where to eat in Jalan Besar

Hong Kong actress Amy Yip has always been known for her busty figure. And we often create jokes out of it, including this Ye Zhi Mei Handmade Dim Sum (叶子楣手工包点) at Jalan Besar. This jumbo-sized pau became popular in Malaysia during the 1990s and it has attracted many fans (especially the male ones haha). We went there for supper with the foodies after a delicious plate of fried oyster at …

Sedap Thai – Halal Certified Thai BBQ in Jalan Besar

Thursday, 23 July 2015 Leave a comment Posted in: mookata, Where to eat in Jalan Besar

Mookata restaurants have been gaining popularity in Singapore in recent years. In Jalan Besar Food Centre, there is a stall called “Sedap Thai” selling Thai mookata. And what’s the best thing? It’s halal-certified! Mookata – Moo means pork and kata, skillet, in Thai – refers to a dome-shaped grill with a soup trough that is placed over fire. Okay, it is not exactly mookata, because there is no pork in …

The Grounds of Alexandria, Sydney – It’s About Brunch and Own Roasted Coffee

Wednesday, 22 July 2015 Leave a comment Posted in: Australia, Cafe, Travel

The Ground of Alexandria is one of the highly anticipated cafes-to-go during this Sydney trip. Big thank you to Destination NSW for the cab charge vouchers, we hop onto the cab and reached the cafe at 8.30am, before the crowd arrives. Located in a former industrial precinct from the 1920s, The Grounds of Alexandria is a landmark coffee roaster, café, bar, eatery and kitchen garden known for its abundance of …

Bills – The Master of Scrambled Eggs in Sydney

Monday, 20 July 2015 Leave a comment Posted in: Australia, Travel

I have to admit, I didn’t do much homework before my trip to Sydney. I was tied down with work and all I wanted to do was to get out and go on a wild ride. I have no idea what I will eat or who I will meet. I have only planned 1 or 2 must-do activities, and just let the universe determine the rest. Thankfully, I get to …