Blog Posts - Singaporean



Swing by Singapore at Dusit Thani Hotel

  Singapore's finest at Dusit Thani Hotel Don't you just love Singapore?  With so much flavor packed in all their daily food offerings, even side street hawker cooking taste like restaurant prepared treats, though sadly I have yet the...
by The Food Alphabet on Aug 12, 2013

Flavors of South East Asia at Crimson Hotel

Celebrate "Flavors of South East Asia"  at Crimson Hotel Another Café Eight Food Festival is set to excite everyone’s hunger for gastronomic experience.  Take an easy flight for your senses as Crimson Hotel brings you Flavors of Southe...
by The Food Alphabet on Aug 9, 2013

YummySoy Philippines: Soy Craze in Singapore to Manila-Fort Strip

"Tahoooo!" A familiar chant we hear since our childhood days.  With people gearing towards a healthier lifestyle today, more healthy products are being offered in the market. And Soy is one of them. Our family loves soy products like soya mil...
by Itsberyllicious on Jul 17, 2013

YummySoy Philippines: Soy Craze from Singapore to Manila- Fort

"Tahoooo!" A familiar chant we hear since our childhood days.  With people gearing towards a healthier lifestyle today, more healthy products are being offered in the market. And Soy is one of them. Our family loves soy products like soya mil...
by Itsberyllicious on Jul 17, 2013

YummySoy: Singapore's Chilled Beancurd & More at The Fort

Most of my family and friends know me as a big soy lover. From plain soy milk to flavored ones, hot local taho with arnibal and sago to chilled taho versions, I'm one to go gaga over them all. And after getting a taste of different renditions since m...
by The Purple Doll on Jul 14, 2013

Wee Nam Kee: Yellow Chicken Festival for Limited-Time Offer

Who doesn't love chicken? Definitely not me, most especially if it's prepared Hainanese-style by Wee Nam Kee. However, earlier this month, I got to taste something even better. Sure, it's still chicken and it's still from the same Hainanese chicken r...
by The Purple Doll on Apr 30, 2013

Ang Mo Kio: Singaporean Hawker Cuisine at The Podium

Hawker food has already been synonymous to Singapore, at least for me. However, it would really be troublesome and costly to fly to Singapore just to get a taste of their wide array of gustatory hawker treats. Fortunately, we have our own haven of go...
by The Purple Doll on Apr 18, 2013

Sad Singaporean Shiba

I was flipping through a book on dogs in Singapore* when I came across this sorry example of a Shiba …Continue reading »...
by The House of Two Bows on Apr 17, 2013

My Singapore Food Street – Megamall

I haven’t been on the blog a lot just cause I’ve been swamped with work. The current backlog is kind if immense so bear with me. I was invited to an event last month at Megamall for the opening of My Singapore Food Street. The old restaur...
by Now We Are Hungry on Mar 24, 2013

Wang Fu Chinese Café: Asian Comfort Food in IL Terrazzo

A few weeks ago, I celebrated my 22nd birthday. Although it feels surreal that a year had passed that quick, I'm happy to have been given not only a family to celebrate this milestone with, but also a set of great friends who has always been there fo...
by The Purple Doll on Feb 20, 2013

Sifr Spring/Summer 2013 Collection

Singapore-based premium streetwear brand Sifr launches their SS13 collection of casual wear, footwear and basics in the UK. See the collection at Sifr Spring/Summer Collection “The Shadow Circus.” Photos & text Copyright Sifr.
by Men's Fashion by Francesco on Feb 16, 2013

European Police Blame Asian Gangsters for Match-fixing

Match-fixing investigators in Europe believe governments in Asia are refusing to tackle betting fraud in their own countries. European police forces revealed 300 new cases of potential match-fixing in The Hague earlier this week, reports the BBC. The...
by Mafia Today on Feb 9, 2013

Spicy Singaporean Garlic Rice Recipe

Ingredients Cooked rice, cooled 2 cups Carrots, finely chopped 2 tbsp … Spring onions, chopped 2 tbsp Eggs lightly beaten 2 Oil 1 tbsp Butter 1 tsp Fried crispy garlic chips 2 tbsp Soya sauce 2 tbsp Salt to taste Sugar to taste Black pepper gro...
by Fun Around the World on Jan 26, 2013

Ang Mo Kio Singaporean Hawker Cuisine in Podium

Ang Mo Kio at the Podium is no stranger to our family, but despite the handful of times we’ve eaten there, we’ve only tried a fraction of their menu. So it was a welcome surprise when they invited us to sample more of their dishes. We sta...
by Tales From The Tummy on Dec 4, 2012

Ang Mo Kio Singaporean Hawker Cuisine in Podium

Ang Mo Kio at the Podium is no stranger to our family, but despite the handful of times we've eaten there, we've only tried a fraction of their menu. So it was a welcome surprise when they invited us to sample more of their dishes. Read more...
by Tales From The Tummy on Dec 3, 2012

Ang Mo Kio Singaporean Hawker Cuisine in Podium

Ang Mo Kio at the Podium is no stranger to our family, but despite the handful of times we've eaten there, we've only tried a fraction of their menu. So it was a welcome surprise when they invited us to sample more of their dishes. Read more...
by Tales From The Tummy on Dec 3, 2012

ANG MO KIO - Singaporean Hawker Cuisine at The Podium

Ang Mo Kio is a district in Singapore known for its gastronomic finds like hawker food stalls and other gustatory treats. Every time I think of hawker food, the first thing that comes into my mind is Singapore.  I just love the diversity of S...
by Itsberyllicious on Nov 23, 2012

Sifr: a Shoe Zoo of Faux Animals

Singapore-based contemporary menswear label Sifr releases their AW12 artisian footwear collection. Read more and see the collection at .Sifr Autumn/Winter 2012. Photos & text Copyright Sifr.
by Men's Fashion by Francesco on Nov 12, 2012

Nasi Lemak

Whenever I travel, one of the things I enjoy is the food. I mean, you have to, or else what kind of a trip is that? Anyway, when my family goes to Singapore (my dad loves Singapore so we've all been there more than once with him), you can bet we'd ha...

Nasi Lemak With Apricot Sambal Ikan Bilis

The weather is much cooler nowadays especially in the mornings, I don't have to go out for my walks at 6.00 am , could do it at 7.30 am and still feel comfortable.  Then you know that summer is over and autumn is upon us soon.  This summer...
by lily's wai sek hong on Sep 16, 2012


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