Showing posts with label P.Food. Show all posts
Showing posts with label P.Food. Show all posts

Sunday, September 14, 2008

Chicken Chop

Who could resist a Yummy serving of freshly prepared chicken chop, served with your regular fries, beans, salad and bread, wet with marinated chicken chop sauce!
It is heavenly to eat such a mouth-watering dish!
Chicken chop is always my love! Luckily this delectable dish is readily available in many hawker centres and food centres here!

Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Special Soya Milk

This cup of soya milk is not your ordinary Soya bean milk.

It is HIGH CALCIUM Soya bean milk.

How does it derives its name from?

HIGH CALCIUM Soya bean milk = Horlicks + Soya bean milk

When my Honey and I first tasted it at Maxwell Food Centre, we found the taste and idea not bad! The price is also reasonably low at slightly a dollar more.

Next time, maybe I will pack some soya bean milk home and 'DIY' with Horlicks, Milo, Coke and try the different tastes.

Hopefully, I will not get a diarrhoea after drinking my own ''soya bean cocktails ''!

Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Long Fatt Tau Sar Piah

Today I taste what is undeniably the BEST Tau Sar Piah I have eaten in my life !

These are even sweeter as my honey queued in the heavy afternoon rain for 15 min to buy these specially for me! How lucky I am !

Long Fatt Tau Sar Piah, at No. 639 Balestier Road sells these goodies at only 60 cents per piece.

There are as usual two types of these piahs: sweet and salty.

The skin of the piah is crisp and thin; the filling is rich, creamy and fills up most of the core of the piah.

The long queue at this store attest to the popularity of this store as well as its piah among heartlanders.
So try it today, one would not be enough !

Monday, August 25, 2008

Han Zi Peng

At last, I managed to track down the famous Hum Ann Pang Han Zi Peng stall in Maxwell Food Centre!

I have paid homage to the stall on the very few occasions I passed the popular stall but the stall seemed to have no chemistry with me on all of these occassions as it did not open on each of these visits.
Last Saturday, while passing by Maxwell Food Centre with my girlfriend, we saw that the stall was open for business!

After gulping down plates of chicken rice, we went to order the Han Zi Peng snacks from this stall. Han Zi Pengs are sold at an incredibly low price of 6 for just $1 !

The old boss of this stall always make appearances on TV shows featuring great food. The old man was always as usual, busy kneading the dough, with his back severly lowered, making an acute angle with his normal spine.
My girlfriend and I shared in the fun of frying the dough in the hot pan of boiling oil. Cooking of the dough by customers in the hot and boiling oil is the trademark of this decades-old stall.We ordered 6 sweet tau sar (red bean) and 6 salty.
The tau sar Han Zi Peng were really nice, with the sweet filling stuffed inside the flour occupying 90% of the interior of the hollow inside the Ha Zi Peng unlike those sold by other stalls whereby the proportion may be less than 50%.

For the salty Han Zi Peng, these were a tad salty for comfort, thus we prefer the sweet Han Zi Peng by this stall.

Pictures can tell a thousand words, so the above were some pictures of these great snacks we took.

Monday, August 18, 2008

Best Curry Chicken Noodles in Singapore

If you want to savour the best curry chicken noodles in Singapore, I STRONGLY recommend you to visit the curry chicken noodles stall in Albert Centre Market (at this point of writing, it is closed for Hawker Centre Upgrading, but nevertheless you can find its temporary premise just next to Rocher Centre).

Everytime I go there to eat, I forget to take a look at the name of the stall, but it is easy to find the stall as it is the ‘most outside’ stall facing the direction of Bugis MRT station and if you are still lost, the few pictures of Bryan Wong and other stars in past TV ‘food-tainment’ shows will ensure that you get the stall correct.

There is one other curry chicken noodle stall in the market which I have yet to try it out but the one which I highly recommended gives very rich and yummy red boiling hot curry, with a generous dosage of fishcakes, bean sprouts, ‘dau-gi’ and chicken meat and one can have a choice of noodles to accompany the dish… all for a value price of $3 !

Sound tempting rite? Sound hungry? Then come on down to the stall. I am not paid to do this free advertisement but I just want to share with all of you food buffs on the most delicious food one can find in Singapore.

Will be looking out for more good foodies, stay tuned!

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Food Glorius Food

Anyone who has eaten at the hawker centre opposite Fu Lu Shou complex in Rocher area would have agreed with me wholeheartedly that the food sold at its scores of food stalls give customers superb value for their money.

Some months back, this great hawker centre was barricaded as works to upgrade it under the Hawker Centres Upgrading Programme (HUP) by the National Environment Agency (NEA) commenced.

I have thought that I have then lost this last food paradise in Singapore for some months before the new refurnished centre reopens

But I was wrong: last Saturday, I had inadvertently found that the food stalls in the hawker centre have merely temporarily shifted to a make-shift food centre next to the road just aside Rocher Centre before the refurnished food centre is up.

For just $2, one can savour yummy dishes.. and eat like a King under $10 !

There are some durian sellers at a stall by the roadside opposite the make-shift food centre too. This, together with the make-shift food centre gave me a surreal feeling that I was eating at one of the many food stalls in Malaysia as I dined there.

This feeling of eating at rural Malaysia at this particular make-shift hawker centre is particularly poignant at night.

Tuesday, September 04, 2007


Food is the craze of Singaporeans in this gourmet city!
How about a piping hot laksa served to you, from the famous Katong 328 stall ?

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