Sunday, October 7, 2007

Breakfast at Grand Diamond Hotel, Bangkok

Had this for breakfast during my trip to Bangkok, Thailand. Their dough fritters (also known locally as yu tiao or yew char kway) is different from Singapore. Theirs are the smaller version and tasted just as nice as ours. You can eat them plain or dunk them in soya milk or coffee.

Could not resist taking photo of these lovely sushi when I went to Bangkok, Thailand. Could you believe it, they served them during breakfast. We had international buffet breakfast at Grand Diamond Hotel, Bangkok. The food there are marvellous. We enjoyed our stay in Bangkok, they are indeed a Land of Thousand Smile, the people are very friendly. Lovely place except that I do not like the traffice jam and the dusty road (lol).

Saturday, October 6, 2007

BBQ Fish-Thailand

This BBQ fish stall owner coated his fishes with lots of salt. Then he BBQ them it do looked delicious. There were many such stalls along the streets of Bangkok, Thailand.

Friday, October 5, 2007


Saw these beautiful cakes by Polar at Parkway Parade Singapore. Yes, I have sweet tooth for cakes, simply loves cakes especially durian cakes, black forest and pandan kaya cake.
The green pandan cake is on the 2nd row to the left (yummy).

Thursday, October 4, 2007

Airline Food

Normally I do not like airline food cause I find them tasteless. But when I went to Bangkok on Thai Airline, their food were yummy. I had curry fish with noodles while my sis had spicy chicken with rice. Wished all airlines food would be more tasty and yummy (lol).

Wednesday, October 3, 2007

Singapore Signature Dish-Chilli Crabs

Delicious Chilli Crab is one of the many signature dishes of Singapore. Can find them in seafood restaurants or the cheaper place would be at seafood stall in coffee shops found everywhere in Singapore.

Tuesday, October 2, 2007

Macau Famous Pork Chop Burger

What are all these people queueing for? Well, these people are waiting to buy the most famous bun of Macau -- the Pork Chop Burger of Cafe Tai Lei Loi Kee in Taipa. The bun is crispy and the pork chop is not fatty at all and very tasty.

Every afternoon at 1500 hours sharp the sale started and freezes at exactly the moment when the buns are sold out, which usually means less than one hour later.
This pork chop burger is so well known that this cafe Tai Lei Loi Kee becomes a landmark of Macau, China. Even the bus stop is named after the cafe.

Monday, October 1, 2007

Note from me

I love taking photos of food.The photo make the food looked so delicious. I think each photo tell a different story and different people have different inspiration when taking photos.We could learn from the photo the different food that people eat from different countries. So I decided to start this photoblog