Just finished shopping@ Robinson Sales and MPH sales. The kids say they are hungry. So we decided to stop at Macau Express for some snacks before going home. While waiting for the food, here's the tired kids.
And the food we ordered arrived. The warm small soft egg tarts are nice. Amilie say the egg tarts are cute.
Mango Sago was sweet though the portion was not much.
Here's Izaac eating half boiled egg
We liked the food that we buy additional food back to share.
On Saturday, my MIL went on vacation with her friends and we brought the kids along to send her off and also had our dinner there too.
We had initially wanted to try the Soup Restaurant but there was a lot of people and we decided to try the Wang Cafe which is just right next to it.
We got a spacious table where we can place the luggage and baby's pram.
Hubby ordered a Curry Chicken Nasi Lemak. Which he thinks that it's not bad.
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We happened to come across Ah Seah Eating House at Kovan Centre one afternoon while looking for some place for lunch. The first time we went there, we tried the stall next to the drinks stall, a stall selling claypot food. The stall name is “Fu Xing Claypot Xiao Chi”, Stall #6, according to the signboard. We each ordered a different set of claypot dish and we ate till very full that day, agreeing that we should have ordered a set and share instead.
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So the second time we went there, we ordered the Sliced Fish Soup set that cost $10. The set consists of the Sliced Fish Soup, Claypot Sesame Oil Chicken, Vegetables and 2 bowls of rice.
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My favorite dish is the Claypot Sesame Oil Chicken. It’s just taste yummy and really suits my taste bud. I think I would miss this dish when I was on confinement.
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The vegetables were normal and I prefer the claypot tofu that was included in the pomfret soup set. Not sure whether they could change the vegetables to claypot tofu instead.
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The slices of fish in the sliced fish soup were fresh and it’s alright for someone who doesn’t know how to eat fish. The soup is considered “cooling” as it’s cooked with bitter gourd.
We went to Downtown East for dinner and decide to eat at BBQ Chicken. As there were 3 adults and 2 kids, we decided to order the Combo Jumbo Family Meal which consists of 8 pieces of combination of “Original Crispy”, “Hot Hot Drum” & “Korean Charbroiled Chicken”. The combo set consists of the French fries and coleslaw.
The waiting time wasn’t long before we were served with our dinner. The fries and coleslaw were placed our table first. We ate the coleslaw after we had the chicken.
I tried the Korean Charbroiled Chicken and I liked the taste a lot. The sauce that was used to marinate for the Korean Charbroiled Chicken was sweet and nice. It was definitely to my liking.
The original crispy was different from the crispy chicken at KFC. The chicken was nice but I still prefer the charbroiled chicken I had. The kids had the original crispy and do they like it? Sure they do!
The last chicken is the hot drum. I did not taste that as according to hubby, it was very spicy. It was actually the original crispy chicken drum spread with the spicy chili sauce. However, our helper was able to take the spiciness of the chicken. See how hubby’s picture after eating the spicy hot drum.
Something to mention for the side dish, the coleslaw, it was very delicious and tasty and hubby finished the whole plate alone.
Well, one thing is the cost of the meal, it’s more costly as compared to the regular family fast-food and we would think it’s not a meal that can be eaten every other day.
It's been awhile since I had updated on yummy food.
Went to Tiong Bahru Plaza few weeks back and it seems that there was a new western food stall open (Not sure how long ago :-P)
Anyway, decided to try the western food since I had not tried before. I tried the Chicken Cutlet set @ $6.50.
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The chicken cutlet is quite small in portion. There's also the usual salad and fries. I would say that the chicken cutlet is quite common taste.
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The set comes with a bowl of cream of mushroom.
Though there was nothing special of the chicken cutlet set, I am still tempted to try the other dishes from the same stall.
Had passed by the Outram Temporary Market a few times and finally got a chance to go there to try out the food. The place is crowded with people for dinner and it's a bit warm. Luckily we managed to get a table outside the market and it's not as warm as sitting inside.
We ordered from the stall #188. Hubby ordered stingray, lala & kangkong. The taste of the dishes are very special, different from what we ate. Here's the pictures we took that day.
The kangkong is yummy but think it's not very very spicy. Think it would be better if its more spicy.
The stingray is very yummy! The stingray taste of pandan leaf. It's really special taste. Totally different from the other stingray I had eaten.
The 'lala', 1 of my favourite food. But this 'lala' is absolutely very different from the 1 I ate. The sauce is not as much as the other lala and I could taste the freshness of the seafood. Yummy! Even my hubby like the dishes. Usually, I ate most of the 'lala' but I had to 'snatch' with him. So you can imagine how yummy is this dish.
Hmm.. hopefully next time we do have enough time to try the other stalls at the market.
Here's 1 place which I had patronise since young. Haven't been there so long and recently got a chance to go back there with friends. It is still about the same as long ago (nah~ I am not saying I am old) It had been at the basement of Golden Mile for very long and been a favorite by many people. Even my parents loved to patronise it.
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Took some photos while we were there.
The soup is yummy & it get tastier as the taste of the ingredients is 'absorbed' into the soup. The ingredients consist of seafood, meat & vegetables.
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In addition, we ordered a plate of chicken and a plate of satay. The chicken is really yummy. The meat is tender. Satay is yummy & tasty.
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It's at People's Park Complex. (Yup! We have been going to People's Park Complex very often these few times) Can't remember exactly where is the stall. But they do sell special dishes of Chee Cheong Fun. Well, although the stall's specialty also sells Chee Cheong Fun, they also sell some other dishes.
We ordered an Imperial Chicken Set which is $8.80 for 2 persons. The set includes 2 bowl of brown rice and 1 Imperial Chicken. Isn't it healthy? keke Well, it's not only healthy and really very yummy! 🙂 The soup is very tasty and chicken is tasty.
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In addition, we ordered a special dish (Not sure whether other places also have this dish); Pork Floss Cheong Fun Maki. That's the 1st time I eaten Japanese Style Maki. The pork floss is very tasty & very nice. Though the additional of seaweed makes the taste a bit 'strange' but I do like the special dish. It's a fusion of Japanese Maki and Chinese Chee Chong Fun. Giving this special dish a special dish. It not only have the taste of the pork floss and also have the taste of the seaweed. SPECIAL!! YUMMY!!
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Do give the dish a try! Think I would like to try the other dishes the next time.