Since my date with friends waspostponedon this lazy Sunday afternoon, I am grabbing this chance to update this so outdated blog of ours. This will be quick since I am also planning to take this chance of getting a short nap before I prepare for church later.
It was again, last year, when this restaurant came near our place. We're hearing about this but due to lack of time travelling far just to eat here, we are both glad upon seeing it at Robinsons Metro East. Finally, Hainanese Delights!
Though a b... read more »
we are back again to district 19 for some yummy food. this time round, we tried the prawn noodles at the Hainanese Market.
the stall states that it is the beach road prawn noodles la. maybe is a franchise? cos we had the same thing some where in Geylang too. lol. nevertheless, the noodles is as good. the soup is fantastic, you can taste the richness of the ingredients used. Together with pork lard (i know is unhealthy), the noodles taste heavenly.if you are near Hougang Ave 3, do pop by and try out th... read more »
Coliseum Cafe & Hotel was established in 1921. With its stained white walls and antique deco, it is among the oldest restaurants still operating at this busy street. It used to be 'The Place' to get real Western food back in the day. My father used to bring my family to dine here. Coming back again after such a long time certainly brings back my childhood memories. Besides western foods, Coliseum also serves authentic Hainenese cuisine like their famous Stir Fried Beef with Kuey Teow, which sadly i haven... read more »
Bri found the most amazing Singaporean restaurant along Vito Cruz. We checked it out this weekend. Say hello to the newest Laksa convert! (it's so goooooood) Here's what we had.
Tom Meow, Hainanese Chicken Rice, and Seafood Laksa.
Prices aren't bad, too. They also have budget meals.
Imagine my delight when I realized just a few minutes ago that there's a BF branch!
This place is definitely a must try. Be adventurous, people!Food de SentosaAuthentic Singaporean CuisineUnit B/2488 P. Ocampo Sr. St, Ma... read more »
Gastro is an ancient Greek word means 'stomach'. I guessed with a name like that, you can expect your stomach being their main priority in Gastro Cafe. Gastro Cafe serves the finest taste of authentic Hainanese Cuisine. I am so glad for Everyday.com that we were able to enjoy a Gastronomic Adventures for Two for only RM15.90 : Two Chicken Chop + Two Ice Lemon Tea + Two Ice Kacang. Isn't that a greal deal?Actually, i was skeptical about the taste at first but since my hubby had bought the vouchers, i relu... read more »