There are not many stalls in Singapore dedicated to just selling Ayam Bakar alone. Indonesian Ayam Bakar stall located in Changi Village Hawker Centre is one fine example dedicated to this cuisine. Read More
Lunchtime Scenario: You walk into a hawker centre craving for nasi lemak, and you see a few nasi lemak stalls all having long queues.
Which queue will you join? Lao Beng chose the one with the longest queue as I had time to burn plus the fact that I had a late breakfast, so I was hoping by queuing longer could help to “burn” it away…yeah…right… Read More
Komala’s Restaurants is perhaps the most well-known Indian Vegetarian Fast Food Restaurant in Singapore.
They have several outlets in Singapore and the one Lao Beng frequents the most is the outlet along Serangoon Road which is located near the Farrer Park MRT Station. Read More
Where do you go if you have a sudden craving for both maggi goreng and mutton steak/chop? Ibrahim Mee Stall located in Adam Road Food Centre is the answer if you want to have a combination of these two popular dishes and you can even add cheese and mayo fries into the equation. This dish is called Maggi Goreng Special Combo. Read More
Maisal Nasi Padang shop was kind of like a hidden find to me. Lao Beng was running an errand nearby Yio Chu Kang Road at around noon and saw this shop serving the lunchtime crowd. I was craving for Malay food as it had been a long while since I last had it. “Maybe I can try later” was my thought as I proceeded on with my errand.
Lao Beng had been reading/seeing/hearing for sometime on Social Media, Radio and TV about McDonald’s new dining experience that allows you to build your own burger.
However, every time I went into a McDonald’s I always did not see this option available. I always thought to myself that it might be only available at some upmarket areas/neighbourhood of our small little country, Singapore.
Arnold’s Fried Chicken, I have read/heard this name umpteen times be it online or with friends who say that they are the Singapore’s answer to Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC).
Lao Beng happened to be around Hougang Green Shopping Mall and decided to check out the Arnold’s Fried Chicken outlet there. Like KFC, Arnold’s Fried Chicken has Halal certification as well. Read More
“Ayam Penyet” (smashed fried chicken) is a popular Malay hawker food in Singapore. Lao Beng was at Chong Pang Market and Food Centre after a session of strenuous exercise over at Khatib Camp for my remedial training. (Training for National Service Men who did not pass their Annual IPPT – Individual Physical Proficiency Test)
I chanced upon Warong Penyet Super and to be honest it was that “Super” word that attracted me to this stall. Read More
Lao Beng loves eating chicken rice or nasi ayam in malay. The thing about chicken is that it is a very versatile meat which can be treated and cooked in a variety of ways.
Mat Noh and Rose authentic ginger fried chicken rice is a halal food stall located in Whampoa Drive Food Centre, I was there to try their famous ginger fried chicken.