Wow! It’s been a while since I last done a weekly series of my life in Singapore so will continue with this blog post before I starting for forgot the details. Starting off with a set lunch at Yoyogi Japanese Restaurant – Tori Karaage Set S$14.50++.
Some home cook food (not cooked by me). 😛
Stir-fried Vegetables with Abalone.
Spicy stir-fried prawns with spring onions.
Steam Red Snapper.
Lotus Root Soup.
Pork In Sweet And Sour Sauce. Errm, what’s the sauce?
Here is the Sweet And Sour Sauce. It is purposely separated so that the pork will not be soaked soggy and still retain the crunchy outer layer. Need sauce? Just dunk the pork in the sauce!
Wandering around at Raffles City, while waiting for a friend to join for lunch. Think it was a Monday noon and there wasn’t much people around. Wanted to do some window shopping but my friend turned up early.
Take-away dinner – Seafood Mui Fan (white rice served “wet”, with sauce or gravy on top) S$3.50.
Whampoa Food Center. You can find a lot of tasty food here!
Went to the older food center instead to have breakfast. It was about 9am when I reached.
Off to Clarke Quay to grab some booze. Day view of The Cannery @ Clarke Quay.
Night view of The Cannery @ Clarke Quay. It’s a nice place to chill out, dine and drink. Love the ambiance!
Passing by Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple and went in to offer my prayers.
Oh, beside Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple, you can find Sri Krishnan Hindu Temple as well. Most devotees who came to this area usually will pray at both temples. 🙂
In front of the Sri Krishnan Hindu Temple, there was a tentage and offers free food to the devotees who are queuing patiently for their turn to be shown their seats. Must be some festive or auspicious day!
Walking around in Bugis area and saw a car with many balloons sticking out of the sunroof. Are they trying to fly? 😛
Claypot Chicken Rice S$10 (for 2 person). Well, you have to fish out the chicken, Chinese sausages, vegetables from the claypot and put them on a plate. Then add dark soy sauce and oil into the claypot (both to each preferences) and mixed well. Once done, it’s ready to be served. Believe the main reason that most people separate the ingredients out is that we just want to season the white rice. 🙂
Side dish to go along with Claypot Chicken Rice – Herbal Black Chicken Soup S$3.
Also ordered some healthy Stir-fried Vegetables with Oyster Sauce to go along as the vegeables that comes along with the Claypot Chicken Rice is not adequate for us.
Queuing up to pump Shell FuelSave 98 promotion at S$1 per litre. I waited for around 45mins before it’s my turn to pump. Also heard from the media that this promotion cause huge jams all around as Shell offers this 1-day promotion island-wide. For info, the usual pump price hovers around S$1.80 to S$1.90 per litre region (before discount).
This week post consists mainly of food. I will take photos of more places in Singapore to show you in the next weekly series!
Photos on this blog post are taken on Panasonic DMC-LX3K 10.1MP Digital Camera.