Changi Airport Terminal 4 was finally opened last month. The location was at the exact same spot as the old budget terminal which was tear down and replaced by the new terminal 4. Terminal 4 will serve both full-service and low cost carriers, and have an annual passenger movement capacity of 16 million. This would bring Changi Airport's total passenger capacity to 82 million per annum. Terminal 4 will mostly be self-service process of check-in, bag-drop, departure immigration as well as boarding at T4 will be automated, making it both seamless and efficient. Read more from official website.
Of course, since this is the food blog, I will focus on the food section in the terminal 4. Food Emporium is the food court in Terminal 4, the prices are not very expensive and affordable. They have many food stalls offering local food and they really looked good too.
I ordered by prawn noodle from Geylang Prawn Noodle Stall, no regret, the soup was really tasty with 2 and half big prawns, cost me $7.50 but really worth it.
Hubby ordered the nasi lemak from the malay food stall, it was good too.
Saw so many nice stalls and restaurants , will come again next time, to try them.
Recently, was shopping in Tangs Orchard Road, saw a mini food court at the basement of Tangs. Was lured by the nice smell of the food there.
The smell was from the dry mee siam that someone else was eating. Could not resist the sight and smell of the dry mee siam, so I ordered one for myself for dinner. It was really good.
My sister had the Klang Bak Kut Teh, seems like a mini malaysian food court there. They even had Penang Char Kway Teow, etc.
Recently, had lunch with my sister at Misaki Japanese Restaurant at Marina Bay Financial Centre.
We had hot pot with assorted vegetables.
Ordered some beef too
Had the assorted sushi set
Came with a bowl of ramen and some rice too
Was shopping in City Square Mall, Singapore, chanced upon this zichar Restaurant. It was Wok Master Restaurant. They had good promotion for crabs but only 2 of us, we did not attempt to eat the crabs unless we are in a group.
I took the window seat, good view of the roundabout carousel. Interesting, this place used to be the New World Amusement Park that I used to come with my parents and siblings during the 60s, fond memories. The amusement park is gone, taking its place is City Square Mall.
Claypot curry chicken
Chai poh egg omelette(preserved turnip omeletee)
Claypot braised tofu with assorted vegetables
Food tasted delicious and price reasonable.
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Two clumsy senior citizens who loves travelling (preferably on a DIY mode) and as long as our leg power can take us to where we wanted to go. We may be old and clumsy but very young at heart hahaha. We knows how to navigate our way around and read maps and simply loves taking public transports just like the locals in the countries we visited.
As we travelled, we made fond memories together and hopes to continue travelling as long as our health permits.