Food & Travel
Mon, 05/21/2012 - 00:58 — admin
Having missed the fried hokkien mee at the Changi Village Hawker Center and not knowing where they have gone, we found (think) they are part of a franchise called Yong Heng which has its main stall at AMK, so we paid them a visit. Yes the title is not about Yong Heng but about the Char Kway Teow just a few stalls down.
Mon, 05/21/2012 - 00:15 — admin
Months of eating mediocre char kway teow leads one to believe that this once great hawker food is facing extinction. The renovation or rebuilding of hawker centers have caused many a good hawker to go "missing" as information of their whereabouts was not always available and because the renovation takes so long it is not possible for these hawkers to take such a long break without a revenue stream.
Tue, 05/15/2012 - 14:24 — admin
With the ongoing burger fest, we decided just to be sure of our (stomach's) findings, we ought to just head over to DeBurg and make sure theirs is no fluke.
More fans have found their new premises and it is now quite crowded. Alexandra Village may not have the Holland Village ambience but its the food we are after. We note that they have put up a new catchphrase - Home of the Burgasm, a bit of oversell there but know what? Their burgers are consistently the best, if just by a nose. Update as of July 2014: De Burg has been forced to move out. Met up with Chef Andrew- No new location yet. Sad news for De Burg fans.
Tue, 05/15/2012 - 12:53 — admin
This place comes highly recommended by some so we had to include it in out burger survey, just to be thorough. It is in a fab location, with a conglomerate of outlets that ends up like a micro-Holland Village. The atmosphere is delightful with a good mix of expats and locals.
Mon, 05/14/2012 - 19:18 — admin
Our journey through the burger jungle would not be complete if we did not feature Fatboys. You cannot consider yourself to be a burger connoisseur if you do not. They have two branches, one in Joo Chiat Road and the other along Thomson Road.
Mon, 05/14/2012 - 19:10 — admin
Could this be? No really good burgers in Korea. Maybe we haven't hit the mother lode. In the giant upscale Hyundai Shopping center in Apgujeong we came across this Project Burger. This was a last chance for salvation for burgers in Korea. Lets order one!
Promising, two cooks in proper attire slaving over the sizzling burgers and taking orders as well! We ordered the PB Original burger, how can we go wrong?
Mon, 05/14/2012 - 18:54 — admin
So in our search for a gourmet burger that would beat In n Out burgers we came across this joint called Burger Hunter in a new shopping area in D-Cubed City in Seoul. It looked interesting with the distinct 1960's American Diner decor. So we gave it a go just to be thorough.
We ordered the Bacon n Cheese burger which has the 200 gm patty. It took a while to come so was not a pre-prepared fast food joint. We were hopeful.
Mon, 05/14/2012 - 18:23 — admin
Kraze Burgers have arrived in Singapore but we took the opportunity to try them on their home turf, Seoul, Korea. It is a rather popular burger chain and every outlet seemed to be quite full with an endless stream of customers. We had to see what the fuss was all about.
Mon, 03/05/2012 - 18:55 — admin
You would not believe this is a fine dining Thai restaurant if one stood outside the front door. The car park is so poorly lit and the shops around the mall all shut for the day makes it look unappealing. BUT... this Thai food restaurant is just about the best outside Thailand.
The usual dishes like Pad Woon Sen or Fried Basil Beef tastes fabulous. The taste is robust and very authentic despite being located in Las Vegas! 2-thumbs up!
Tue, 02/14/2012 - 18:22 — admin
The huge billboard advertising a lovely looking Wagyu Burger piqued our interest (scientific of course). This patisserie serves burgers apart from their usual pastry and deserts. It is run by the good people from Les Amis and is pitched a little more upmarket than the Canteen outfit which is(also) located next door(and on the ground floor). All this, in order to cater to the cinema goers of Lido.