Breakfast in Singapore – Nanyang Tea and Bak Kut Teh | อาหารเช้า บักกุตเต๋ สิงคโปร์

Above: Tea packing at Pek Sin Choon is still being done traditional ways. By hands and two masterful ladies. Apart from poached eggs and kaya toasts, it’s the tea and Bak Kut Teh that make up for a real traditional Singaporean’s hearty breakfast. FIRST, THE TEA An old-time habit of drinking tea together with slurping a bowl of ‘Bak Kut Teh‘ is a kind of thing that defined a real Singaporean treat. The tea itself is no...

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Where to Eat in Singapore (#2) | รวมร้านอร่อยสิงคโปร์ #2

This is the part 2 of what/where to eat in Singapore. orders not arranged by preferences. Hokkian-style congee at tian ji porridge at maxwell food centre Tian Ji Porridge is run by a husband-and-wife team, and in my view they serves the BEST porridges I had ever eaten (second only to my own haha). The local foodie guru who told us about this place explained that Hokkian porridge is thicker, grainier than Cantonese style congee. And more...

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Where to Eat in Singapore (#1) | รวมร้านอร่อยสิงคโปร์ #1

During our week in Singapore, we experienced deliciousness in great magnitude. And still we missed out on so many. This is the first post in our Singapore series. These are most scrumptious foods of Singapore that we would very much like to recommend. And with this post, we thank our good friends over there. You know who you are 😀 orders not arranged by preferences.  Hokkian-style Prawn Mee at Tekka Food Centre This long-standing...

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หม่าน ฟู่ หยวน สโมสรราชพฤกษ์ | Man Fu Yuan, Rajpreuk Club

(⬇︎ภาษาไทย⬇︎) SUMMARY – Man Fu Yuan is a elegant Cantonese restaurant in the Rajpreuk Club on Changwattana Road behind the Government Complex. Its cosy luxurious ambiance plus private rooms in various sizes are good for business lunch, family meals or any feel-good day. I like their premium tea selections (Bt128-248++ per person), freshly-made dim sum varieties, tea duck (best with steamed rice, drizzles of soy...

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Blue Elephant Bangkok’s Heritage Menu | รีวิวร้านบลูเอเลเฟ่นท์

For a restaurant that has been around for decades and still thriving such as ‘Blue Elephant,’ the word ‘heritage’ comes along as naturally as it is suitably. This tried-and-true Thai restaurant has become somehow a destination for visitors interested in Thai cuisine as well as for locals who go there for a trusty and beautiful place to treat their guests. And from April 2018 onwards, the restaurant is serving a special...

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ร้านอร่อยปราณบุรี | Where to Eat in Pranburi

(⬇︎ภาษาไทย⬇︎) I supposed you’ll feel like a good spree of tasty local seafood when you are Pranburi – an idyllic seaside town about half an hour drive from the more touristic Hua Hin.  So, yes! here are the top three that we highly recommend. We were there several times and still like them all. Pranburi is still local and away from it all, hence their food still pretty much rustic (which we love), super...

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Udom Pochana Pranburi | อุดมโภชนา ปราณบุรี

(⬇︎ภาษาไทย⬇︎) Udom Pochana is a family-style seafood restaurant in Pranburi district of Prachuab Kirikhan, about half an hour south of Hua Hin. It is also perhaps the longest standing in the area. After 58 years at its original location near Pak Nam Pran, the restaurant has now moved and expanded. Now, the restaurant which is run by second and third generations can serve up to 800 guests. Live bands during weekends, mostly...

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K Tai Soi 8 Pranburi | ร้านเค ท้ายซอย 8 ปราณบุรี

(⬇︎ENGLISH⬇︎) ปราณบุรียังคงเป็นเมืองเล็กๆ เหมาะสำหรับคนที่ต้องการพักผ่อนจริงจัง ที่สำคัญร้านอาหารหลายร้านยังคงเป็นแบบโฮมเมด เจ้าของซื้อของเอง ลงมือปรุงเอง...

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Mei Jiang, The Peninsula Bangkok | รีวิวร้านเหม่ยเจียง เพนนินซูลา

(☘TH/EN☘) There are so many reasons that Mei Jiang – the Peninsula Bangkok’s staple for Cantonese fine-dining – got us very excited. After 20 years of its operation that began along with the debut of the hotel, the restaurant is now at a major turning point. Mei Jiang is now welcoming its 3rd Chinese Cuisine Executive Chef. His name is Ball Yau. And his avant-garde cooking style is set to make a new rejuvenating wave in...

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