I’ve never got the chance to eat Arnold’s chicken before, maybe one day it’s a must for me to try some. I managed to ask my friend’s few pictures on Arnold’s chicken that they went to after we had our 2nd last exam papers. And here it is, ta-daaa! Tempting aren’t they! ^^
Arnolds Chicken, yummy! Images credit to: Aishah
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The sweet taste of a prawn that everyone fell in love with when it is fried with some butter and eggs, yummy! Freshly cooked! I’m tempting for some now, anyone please lemme have some butter prawns? Geez..
Fried butter prawn, Habibi Restaurant located at Marsiling & Tampines. Image credits to Hakim!
I must admit I love Indian cuisine, whether it will be spicy or a dishes full of spices. One of my favourite Indian cuisine would be “Dosa”, lol, I know it’s kind of weird for some Asians to pronounce this, because most Asian, like me especially pronounce it as “Thosai”, right! Whatever it is, this is one of my favorite Indian cuisine, I don’t really like paratha(flat-bread) that much, I’m more to the “Thosai”, peeps!
Indian cuisine, “Dosa”, but I pronounced it as “Thosai”, so I had this at Singapore Changi Airport, I can’t remember which terminal I went to. I will update this soon. Anyway this “Thosai” are super duper delicious! Image credit to me! Thanks, I took them with my phone, not bad.. ^^
Have you tried “Fried Carrot Cake” before? Well maybe you should! Basically it is known as “Chai Tow Kway”, it’s a teowchew cuisine. This cuisine are popular in Singapore and across Malaysia.
This fried carrot cake aren’t really a cake that is made out of carrot, lol, that was my first thought when I tried this for the first time, but it isn’t. A carrot cake consist of radish and a tapioca flour, both ingredients are then to be make into a batter, and finally it turn out to be a carrot cake, that can be fried with soy sauce and spicy paste, with some eggs and seafood ingredients!
And so I made some few weeks ago! Asian fried carrot cake, yummy!
I have never tasted churros before, till one day I went to the Night Market and searching for the churrosome that people keep instagram-ing about. Well, I found it peeps, hahaha! It is really yummy plus a lil bitter maybe due to the cinnamon’s powder that they added with the sugary taste and the chocolate flavored added. It’s just “wow“!
Chocolate flavored churros, only available at the Night Market! ^^
Prawns are delicious, especially when it is cooked with spaghetti! Butter prawns are highly recommended by me, it’s just too nice!
I can’t remember what this are called, but it looks like some prawns cooked in spicy paste sauce, it’s truly spicy and delicious! So me and my family decided to try out few dishes at Habibi Restaurant located in Marsiling and even Tampines! Food hunting, peeps! Image credited to my sister.
Life with Eighteen Chefs few months back, I think, is it? Or it’s already a years back. Oh no, I can’t recall much now. ^^ My memories are not functioning right now, hee. Being a 23 years old. Right, too old.
Baked rice are one of my favorite!
Some Baked Rice for the cheese lovers at Eighteen Chefs!
Eighteen Chefs are located at the following:
Ang Mo Kio Hub,
Jurong East Central 1 – JCube,
Bukit Panjang Plaza,
NEX – Serangoon,
Simei Eastpoint – The last time I went there was when I’m studying in college east, I’m not sure now! Go food hunting, people!
With my first halal entree post, lemme show you some delicious Asian food I came across in Singapore, and now I feel like asking anyone to deliver for me some food! ^^
Honestly I love halal Chinese food cooking’s. Most of their dishes ingredients and taste are more to garlic’s and sesame oil.
Below are some captured images that we visited at Tang Tea House at Simpang Bedok in Singapore. So if you’re finding for some Halal Chinese cuisine in Singapore do drop by to Simpang Bedok. If i’m not wrong there’s Satay’s available there, somewhere in Simpang Bedok! Go do some food hunting, people!
Cuisine: Chicken Noodle at Tang Tea House – Simpang Bedok and photos credit to Aishah’s
Cuisine: Is it “Seafood Fried Rice”, I think so it is! At Tang Tea House – Simpang Bedok and photos credit to Aishah’s