so lemme present you the 1st part of singapore food glorious food- steamboat, lau pa sat and the famous MOS burger.
steamboat. calvin's sis took us to the steamboat place which she absolutely loves on the night we arrived for dinner. tucked in a corner of (which i believe) is still tiong bahru area is this al fresco steamboat shop which name i have forgotten.
tau fu kan (fried beancurd that tastes a little bland without any sauces dippings)
obviously homemade/handmade squid, meat, beef balls
beef slices how i love you
for the love of hokkien mee
calvin given the opportunity to drown those drunken prawns
a wholesome meal
#"Built in 1894, Lau Pa Sat is the largest remaining Victorian filigree cast-iron structure in Southeast Asia. Located in the heart of Singapore's business district, the former wet market has been restored and is now a favourite food centre of the locals, offering a wide and affordable variety of local food." -visitsingapore.com
single serving kway chap (pig innards)- braised eggs, stomach, belly, toufu and toufu pok
sheets of noodles that taste and looks like unrolled chee cheong fun
calvin & his daddy's must haves @ lau pa sat
presenting the famousssss MOS Burger... *burps*
it was pretty slow compared to other fastfood but things people do for yummy food!
a standard set consisting of burger, fries and a drink at about SGD$8
unagi rice burger. OhMyGod. BEST non-BUN non-MEAT BURGER EVARRRRR! worth every penny and minute!
... and last but not least the meals we had on the aeroline bus. not the best of meals but not too bad and service is pretty good on the bus- complete with a one-man 'cabin crew' and captain, lounge, hot drinks and pastries, and movies on board! all these at rm80 one way.
singapore (food glorious food) #2- food republic singapore, tori q and korean bulgogi, pepper lunch coming up! stay tune!