I have got to agree with Anthony Bourdain when he said “Meals make the society, hold the fabric together in lots of ways”. What better way to learn about a country than through their food? It’s what brings people together, whether for necessity or special occasion. Friends and family coming together for a delightful meal – fine dining, street food and everything in between.
This post is all about food. Food, glorious food from all over Singapore-la – from the lowly hawker center to the high and mighty Fullerton hotel. This is me living it up, one bite at a time.
Scroll down for some hunger-inducing photos.
this is apparently the ultimate singaporean breakfast – coffee with condensed milk, mee kiam and soft boiled eggs
traditional singaporean breakfast – Kaya Toast. flat toasted bread with chunks of butter and kaya coconut jam
coffee (no tea for me) and scones fit for royalty
Marché’s swiss deli delights
THE most sinful and rich truffle milkshake in the history of ever
Dimsum dinner dates, thanks lovebirds!
one lump or two?
The best dimsum in Singapore – some street corner in Geylang
Afternoon High Tea Service at The Fullerton – $52 dollars shiiiiz
mee kiam for breakfast
another tea break at Arteastiq, Mandarin Gallery, Orchard Road
good morning Singerloo, let’s get to eating! Enjoying my ice cold Milo
Toast Box’ diabetes-inducing, winning combo = Milo Dinosaur + Kaya Toast
lau pa sat hawker feast: sting ray, kangkong and satay
healthy breakfast at the hotel
ben and jerry’s!!!! we don’t have this in my city unfortunately
Geylang’s best-kept dimsum secret
breakfast service at Cocotte
chinese buns, the ultimate chili crab sidekick
the spiciest freakin papadom to ever burn my taste buds
my breakfast dates and roomies at Wanderlust
pork, lamb and beef satay at Lau Pa Sat
get in mah belly chili crab!!!
chili crabs at No Signboard
indian feast – if only i could remember the name of the restaurant
my little india dinner dates
favorite ice cream in the world – coffee coffee buzz buzz buzz
lovely tea service at the ARTEASTIQ, Mandarin Gallery – cold lychee infused tea and hot peppermint blend
the swankiest hotel in Singapore – Fullerton Hotel
once the sun sets, the hawkers come out to play
the best chicken wings in Singapore, 4 fingers, Ion Orchard Mall
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Yum yum yum!!!! Lamia sa chili crabs!
lami kaayo khon!! pero perteng mahala