Ponggol or Punggol is literally the same word with different spelling but most of us are more familiar with the latter. Thus, when I first saw the name Ponggol Nasi Lemak, I was kind of intrigued. 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
Mention black and white fish soup, Mei Xiang easily comes to mind. Mei Xiang black and white fish soup (美香黑白鱼片汤) is a popular stall during lunchtime over at Berseh Food Centre.
You can almost always see a long queue for their signature fish soup and patrons sitting at their section are all usually having their delicious fish soup.
It was around 10.30 in the morning and here was Lao Beng way behind the queue for Yi Liu Xiang (一流香) Nasi Lemak. Lao Beng was craving for the kuning fish (Yellowstripe scad) for months since my last visit.
I was hoping against hope that the kuning fish would still be available as the queue was long and the patrons in front of me were ordering multiple takeaways. Read More
When it comes to eating vegetarian food, Lao Beng is a complete noob as he is most of the time a carnivore. I was scouring for food in Bishan one late morning and could not find anything I like. Read More
Lao Beng stopped by Chinatown Complex Food Centre for lunch prior to bringing my mum for a routine checkup over at Singapore General Hospital.
We were attracted to this particular stall – Dragon Village Hainanese Curry Rice due to the snaking queue and decided to make the snake longer.