Food frenzy #33

I haven’t managed to take too many photos in Singapore this time, which is quite unlike my usual self. I’ll blame it on the tight schedule where I practically had to run from appointments to errands to family dinners. Not surprisingly, the few I have are all of food, heh.

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Think I ate yong tau foo about three times in the span of one week, this was my first bowl with mommy at her favorite stall. I don’t think I can ever get sick of yong tau foo, I would eat it everyday if I could.

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Feasting at the family’s favorite hawker centre in Bedok (not Blk 85), about a 10-15 minute walk from home. Delicious BBQ stingray, satay, steamed prawns, BBQ chicken wings, even kuay chap if we want… what more can we ask for ?

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A little snack while waiting for my family to arrive at Blk 85, my hawker centre of choice for meet ups with friends. Sorry #4, will make it up to you next or next, next time !

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Steamed rabbit fish (or peh dou he, as we Teochews call it) doesn’t look very appetizing but trust me it is, especially with a dip of roughly chopped garlic, chilli, ginger, light soy sauce and a dash of lime. Comfort food that goes best with porridge or rice.

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Not greedy (ok maybe a little) but this is what happens when you don’t have time for two separate meals of Hainanese chicken rice and mee hoon kueh. I’ve yet to come across well-made chicken rice chilli dips in Hong Kong that pack a fiery punch even though it’s relatively easier to find chicken rice there (than in Shanghai). Sigh !

2 Thoughts on “Food frenzy #33

  1. Is it Blk 216?

    Anyway, rabbit fish go go go!

  2. tommy – Ah no, it’s Blk 511… and yes, yay for rabbit fish ! Wonder if I can find some in Hong Kong.

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