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Long Phung – Cheap, Authentic Vietnamese Food At Joo Chiat!
By Alfred December 29, 2009
Everyone knows that Chicken rice and Chilli Crab are Singapore's national dishes but do you know what is Vietnamese's national dish? Vietnamese Pho Noodle (image via) For the uninitiated, Pho aka beef noodle soup is widely regarded by Vietnamese as their national food and it has been around for more than 100 years. Pho(pronounced as 'phir') is actually a fusion food between the Chinese and the French with the flavour of ...
7 to 7.9 | 7.8 | Alfred | Cafe | Com Suon(Pork Chop Rice) | Dinner | Goi Cuon(Spring Roll) | Joo Chiat | Lunch | Nil | S$6 - S$10 | Supper | Vietnamese Cuisine
Editor's Rating
7.80
Overall
Long Phung – Cheap, Authentic Vietnamese Food At Joo Chiat!
The Opeh Leaf Hor Fun Challenge – Part 3: Chu Yi Kitchen At Ang Mo Kio
By Alfred November 22, 2009
There is one question that is always on my mind: Why can't the normal $3 horfun which you can find in any kopitiams have a good wok hei on them? Why must wok hei and opeh leaf go hand in hand? For those who don't know, in the good ole days, hor fun with the wok hei was as common as prawns in your prawn noodles soup today. Back then, if you were having hor fun for dinner, the smell ...
8 to 8.9 | 8.5 | Alfred | Ang Mo Kio (宏茂桥) | Breakfast | Cafe | Chinese Cuisine | Dinner | Hor Fun (河粉) | Lunch | Nil | S$6 - S$10 | The Opeh Leaf Hor Fun Challenge
Editor's Rating
8.50
Overall
The Opeh Leaf Hor Fun Challenge – Part 3: Chu Yi Kitchen At Ang Mo Kio
Astons Specialties – Now I know why the queue is long!
By Alfred September 17, 2009
After dining at Astons Prime once and Astons Express many times, it's time for me to find out what's going on inside Astons Specialties. I'm sure you guys have heard of the famous super long persistent queues outside of Astons Specialties at Katong every night. Reaching the entrance by about 8pm, we were glad to be greeted by a queue that's not so long, though we were unimpressed by the waiting time. There were only about ...
7 to 7.9 | 7.3 | Alfred | Cafe | Dinner | Katong | Lunch | Nil | S$11 - S$20 | Steak | Western Cuisine
Editor's Rating
7.30
Overall
Astons Specialties – Now I know why the queue is long!
Wong Kok Char Chan Teng – It is shiok but in another way!
By Alfred September 1, 2009
Recent years, we've seen more and more Hong Kong style cafes penetrating our local market. But have you wondered why it is so popular? In Hong Kong, tea restaurants/cafes or the Cha Chan Teng as they called it, have been around for a long long time. Over there, it's at these eating outlets that the western food culture gained foothold whereas ours started from kopitiams. The Char Chan Teng originally started getting popular in Macau offering Macanese cuisine ...
7 to 7.9 | 7.3 | Alfred | Bugis (武吉士) | Cafe | Cheong Fan | Chinese Cuisine | Dinner | HK French Toast | Lunch | Nil | S$31- S$40
Editor's Rating
7.30
Overall
Wong Kok Char Chan Teng – It is shiok but in another way!
Xin Wang Hong Kong Cafe Dim Sum @ Hougang
By Alfred August 16, 2009
Hongkong style of cafe is getting popular in Singapore. So I finally found the time to actually eat at one though with plenty of skepticism. I mean I wasn't sure if these kind of outlets are famous for it's food or something else. Had the Har Gow, Siu Mai, Lo Mai Kai, French Toast, Pai Kuat and of course the popular Yuanyang tea which is a mixture of coffee and tea. The food was nothing to rave about though the crowd had ...
7 to 7.9 | 7.0 | Alfred | Cafe | Chinese Cuisine | Dim Sum (点心) | Dinner | HK French Toast | Har Gow | Hougang | Lo Mai Kai | Lunch | Nil | Pai Kuat | S$1 - S$5 | Siu Mai
Editor's Rating
7.00
Overall
Xin Wang Hong Kong Cafe Dim Sum @ Hougang
Cafe De Hong Kong On Balestier Road
By Alfred May 31, 2009
Now we all know that Indonesia were once colonized by the Dutch. Of course the main reason was for economical purposes. Indonesia was full of resources like coffee, sugar and spices back then and the Dutch were crazy over spices like cloves and nutmeg. If I were to tell you that French also once colonized some parts of Indonesia, would you believe? Of course you wouldn't believe since according to history that never happened. But yet there is this place in Indonesia ...
6 to 6.9 | 6.5 | Alfred | Balestier (马里士他) | Cafe | Chinese Cuisine | Dinner | Hor Fun (河粉) | Lunch | Nil | S$31- S$40 | Salt Pepper Pork | Tofu
Editor's Rating
6.50
Overall
Cafe De Hong Kong On Balestier Road

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