Wadori Yakitori

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It was my first visit to Kuriya Japanese Market located at the basement of Tampines One. It’s like a food court with different stalls for customers to choose from.

There’s Wadori Yakitori, Idaten Udon, Men-ichi Ramen Express, Ichiban Bento and one area selling sushi.

I decided to try the Wadori Set C which consisted of Yakitori Chicken, Pork Belly, Chicken Meatball and Deep-fried Chicken, as well as a Chawanmushi (steamed egg) and free-flow of soft drinks. The price is quite affordable at SGD9.90.

However, I wasn’t really satisfied with the quality of the food. Tori-Q, which also specialises in grilled meat sticks is actually tastier than Wadori Yakitori! The chicken balls were a let-down! and the sauce just  doesn’t go well with the rice and the grilled meat.

I doubt I will eat from Wadori Yakitori again! However, I will return to try the Bento or Ramen next!

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Thai Express

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Dinner at Thai Express, Bedok Mall

Tonight’s dinner was at Thai Express in Bedok Mall.

Time flies when you are having a good time shopping and then you realised its already 7:30pm! It’s strange you don’t even feel tired or hungry!

Since today is a rainy day, we decided to eat Thai Food! Tom Yum Soup is always comfort food for the rainy weather!

We ordered Tom Yum Seafood Soup, Thai Seafood Otah, the Gai Phat Med Ma-Moung-Him-Ma-Phan (Sauteed Chicken with Cashew Nut) and the Sauteed Kai Lan with Mushroom, and 2 plates of White Rice.

Service wasn’t really good at this outlet. We sat beside a French couple with a toddler, and the mindless mother put her spoon which was ‘infected by chilli from her phad thai’ into the child’s food to feed him and made him spit out the food and cried and created a huge scene! Sigh…

 

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Tonkatsu Toji Waken from Shin-Do for lunch! Slurp!

My first meal of the day is Tonkatsu Toji Waken from Shin-Do at Century Square this afternoon.

I love Japanese food, and don’t mind eating it everyday!

Shin-Do used to be called ‘Shin-Sapporo Ramen’, and after renaming itself, they sell a variety of rice bowls, and set meals other than ramen or udon.

I think this is quite value for money. At SGD15,90, this is rather filling! After eating this, I didn’t even eat a full dinner. I just snacked on 2 apples, and a free bread roll from Gardenia  when I bought a loaf of bread at NTUC just now.

What’s your first meal in 2017? Hope that it’s a great start to the new year! Cheers!

Saap Saap Thai

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“Kra Pao” Basil Crispy Chicken Rice at Saap Saap Thai, Our Tampines Hub, Singapore

I crave for Thai food!! and I’m glad I will be getting my dose of AUTHENTIC THAI FOOD in Chiang Mai come 4 January 2017!

I’ll be visiting Chiang Mai for the first time as the all-time favourite destination in Thailand is Bangkok (shop, eat, massage, repeat).

I love Tom Yum Goong, Pad Thai, Pad Krapow Moo Saap (Fried Basil and Pork), Green Chicken Curry, and their Fried Fish! Just thinking of all these Thai food makes my mouth water! Fast Forward to 4 January 2017 please!!!

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Cheap Hawker Fare at Blk 85 Bedok North Road Fengshan Food Centre 

Blk 85 Bedok North Street 4 has a famous “food paradise”, also known as “Fengshan Centre” (凤山中心).

There are many hawkers selling the same types of food, so you just have to try all to find out which is the best.

The chicken wings and satay at “Chong Pang Huat” are quite yummy. I love how moist the chicken wings are, and that they nicely ‘burnt’.

The Sambal Stingray, Sambal fried rice and Stir-fried kailan were from the same stall and cost S$23 (for 2 pax). I wasn’t very pleased with the stir-fried kailan as it was rather bland. The sambal fried rice and stingray, on the other hand, were better!

Will definitely be back again to try out the other stalls since most of the time I come here for the Chai Chee Pork Porridge, and I’m seriously not a fan of the over-rated bar chor mee.