Wednesday, 28 December 2011

Hainan Beef Noodles

Standard Beef Noodles

Mixed Brisket

Hai Nan Xing Zhou Beef Noodles
Blk 22 Lor 7 Toa Payoh

Friday, 23 December 2011

Crystal Jade Kitchen @ Nex Serangoon (Closed)

Pork Porridge with Century Egg

Triple Roast - Duck; Pork Belly; Barbeque Pork

Siew Mai

Carrot Cake

Har Kou - Shrimp Dumplings

Char Siew Sow - BBQ Pork Pastry

Char Siew Pau

Salted Egg Custard Muffin

Deep Fried Beancurd Skin with Shrimp

Pork Ribs

Chicken Feet

Steamed Beancurd Skin Wrap with Shrimp Paste

Saturday, 17 December 2011

Eminent Frog Porridge @ Geylang

Fresh Spring Onions Sweetened into the Sauce

Frogs with Dried Chilli

Bean Sprouts with Salted Fish

Friday, 9 December 2011

Aji Ichiban @ Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

Raw Baby Squids

Sashimi Platter

Sea Urchin Sushi

Deep Fried Prawn Heads (From the Platter)

Tempura Chicken Wings

Pan Fried Dumplings

Paper Thin Tempura of Silver Fish

Salt & Pepper Ginkos

Miso Black Cod


Beef Tongue!

Chicken Gizzards

Sake Bar
Aji Ichiban
G/F, Pacific Building,
65-67B Kimberley Road,
Tsim Sha Tsui, HK

Brazil Churrascaria

Chicken Thigh


Warm Pineapple

Top Cut

Chicken Heart


Beef Ribs

Smoked Duck
Brazil Churrascaria
16 Sixth Avenue, Singapore 276476
Tel no : (65) 6463 1923

Thursday, 17 November 2011

Kim Lian Kee Hokkien Mee @ Petaling Street, KL

This is Malaysia's version of the Hokkien Mee!
To de-construct it, this dish is essentially our "Fujian Noodles" which you find in Tze Char stalls here, but without the gravy.

However, this particular stall, which is perhaps one of the dingiest i've seen, has been rumoured to be around for a 100 years... It does look like it is true. But the noodles are amazing! If you are looking for an instant heart attack, this is the must-have dish. The amount of deep fried pork lard is this plate is more than the combined ingredients of cuttlefish and lean meat! But even if you are not a fan of lard, you can put it aside as it had already made a difference to the taste of the noodles.

Wong Ah Wah Chicken Wings @ Jalan Alor, KL

Nestled in a very humbled corner at the end of Jalan Alor, away from the bright lights and touters, is Wong Ah Wah. What started from one small stall selling "just" Chicken Wings, to four Shophouses side-by-side with Air-Conditioned seating.

Nonetheless, I detoured, took the LRT, walked the walk, and braved the drizzle... All for this magnificent world-renowned BBQ Chicken Wings. Caramel browned and Glistening - its perfectly charred skin; and bite into its succulent meat and its juices oozes out and drizzles all over your mouth.

Goes perfectly well with an ice-cold Carlsberg! Ahhh...

Some might say its the strong Hua Teow Wine taste that enhances the taste,whilst others may guess Oyster Sauce or Honey - perhaps all of the above... But I believe what made the biggest difference is the huge charcoal pit that seems to be smoking the wings (as seen on top) before they enter the fire to get its skin nicely charred...