Saturday, October 15, 2011

The CAF Express

Caf Express | photo courtesy of CAF express Facebook Group

Heard about this eat all you can for only 99php located at Sta.Lucia, East Grand Mall. Luckily, Sta.Lucia is just a few blocks away from our place. It’s located on the ground floor
of the mall; it was previously Expression store for those who have been going to this place for the past 10 years.

Saturday, October 8, 2011

Singapore Zam Zam Restaurant

Singpore Zam Zam Restaurant (Taken with a phone camera)
I am a big fan of briyani rice and curry and while I was at Singapore I wanted to look for a place where I could really tastes the real briyani and curry. A friend of my told me to visit zam zam which is a famous Indian restaurant in Singapore. They said that Zam Zam is even older than Singapore itself, around 100 plus years old.

Hill Street Hawkers

I actually never planned to go here while I was on my two weeks’ vacation at Singapore.  But as they say getting lost is the highlight of every journey. So there I was, originally looking for Changi road, when I suddenly made an unknown stop.  So I was walking , then I felt hungry I looked at the signs on the road and it says Bedok South. I was thinking where the hell am I, my stomach started churning and I could not ignore the fact that I was hungry.

Thank goodness for Hill Street Fried Kway Teow . I have tried Kway Teow in the Philippines but I wanted to know the difference between the tastes. I ordered their Hill Street Fried Kway Teow , it was a sinful craving that I couldn’t deny.

Sabeena's Indian Rojak

I meet up with a friend at Bugis station while I was at Singapore, before our meet up time I was looking for a place to go somewhere near Bugis. So, I researched about a great place to eat near Bugis and the search results said Sabeena's Indian Rojak. Immediately, I google map the location and after a few minutes made my way to Sabeena.

Thursday, October 6, 2011

Tong Kang Hawkers

Tong Kang station near Sengkang Ave, SG

Since Hawkers are very famous in Singapore I tried almost 4 different locations of hawkers. Tong Kang LRT station near Sengkang has its own hawker. There were about 9 stalls all in all, which showcase different types of cuisine from Indian, Korean, Singaporean and Malaysian foods.