Last weekend, I had lunch with my eldest sister. Actually we wanted to have some western food but when we saw those roasted duck hanging at the roast duck stall, we changed our mind...lol. So we ended up having duck rice for lunch.
Combination of roasted duck, roast pork and char siew (bbq pork)
Chilli and chilli oil to go with the above meat.
Salted Vegetable with duck soup...yummy
I had my rice with the rich gravy while sister like her rice to be plain.
Continuing from previous posting, we had such heavy tea break snacks that we decided to eat only noodles for dinner. These are what we bought. This is the traditional way of wrapping noodles in palm leaves. The palm leaves gave extra flavour to the noodles. But modernization had overtake the traditional way of wrapping food. The noodles nowadays are wrapped in plastic sheets and put in cardboard boxes.
But palm leaves are slowly making its way back here. Over at this zi char (means stir fry) stall at Block 203 Toa Payoh North, they are wrapping the noodles the traditional way and the queue is so scary.
If you go before 6 pm during weekends, the queue is about 1 hour but at 6 pm, it could be 2 hours or more. So we send my second sister and her hubby on a mission to get these noodles before 6 pm...lol Mee Hoon (Rice Vermicelli)
Kway Teow (fried flat noodles)
Noodles with lots of ingrdients (eg. squid, prawns, meat, pig's stomach)
Oh this is so unhealthy but we do eat it once a while. It is Lard and was fried till very very crispy. They are to be eaten with the above noodles, mee hoon and hor fun. I dont eat these lard now because of heath conscious but at times like this, I do fall to temptation...lol
Chicken parts with shrimp paste
Fu yong tan (egg omelette)
Hong Sheng Restaurant
Blk 203 Toa Payoh North #01-1121 Hai Fong Restaurant
Tel: 62506980 (5.00 pm to 10.30 pm)
You need to have to queue for a long time, please go before 6 pm to avoid the dinner crowds.
Each time we had our gathering at my brother's house, my second sister would buy lots of snacks and feed us. OMG, I think I put on some weight today...lol The above photo are min jian kueh or our local pancake. Some comes with crushed peanuts and sugar. And some comes with red bean paste. Best eaten when they are hot.
The above are chwee kuey from the famous Tiong Bahru Hawker Centre. They are also known as our local steamed rice cakes. You can read more about chwee kuey from here.
They are to be eated with chilli and of course the chai poh (preserved raddish). Eaten on its own is not as nice as eaten with chai poh. Mostly eaten for breakfast or as snacks.
Was shopping with hubby at Funan IT Centre and we decided we have lunch at the food court. I had nasi padang (malay food), some curry vegetables, fried chicken and potato patty (hidden by the rice) Hubby had Indian Food, he had tuna murtabak. It is something like a pancake.
And dipped them into chilli sauce.
Hubby opening the murtabak for me to take photo of the tuna inside it...lol.