Sunday, September 27, 2009

Dinner at Ponggol Choon Seng Restuarant

Wow this photo reminds me of the old restaurant. This photo was taken off the poster of the restaurant at Turnhouse Road. I remember when I was very young, my parents would bring my siblings and myself to punggol end and have seafood at Ponggol Choon Seng Restaurant. I remembered tucking into the chilli crabs and having a great time there. Those were the days and we dont even mind that the restaurant was not air conditioned nor sitting by the roadside back then.

Today, this is one of their branch at TurnHouse Road (near Changi Chalets). It is quite small and can sit about 200 people only.


Oh I love this dish, it is crispy duck wrapped in the popiah skin. It is a whole duck and the waitress shredded the meat for us so that we can wrapped them into the skin easier and we need to spread some hoisin sauce on the skin first.

Oooo....you must try this. The dish consisted of prawn pancake and ngo hiang (chinese spring roll)....yummy.

Very soft tofu/bean curd.

Steam Garoupa

Pork Ribs with red wine

Sambal Kangkong/water spinach

Fried mee goreng...yummy

Stir fry asparagus with scallops and mushroom...oooolala...asparagus is my favourite.

Mantou or chinese bun

Now the long awaited chilli crab....yummy...the mantou is to dip into the chilli crab's gravy...so delicious.

And this small bowl of water is not for drinking even though there is a lime in it, it is for washing your fingers to get rid of the chilli crabs smell.

Last on the list is dessert, longan with sea coconut.
Now I am so full and happy....and I think I need to burn some calories after all the eating..lol
Ponggol Choon Seng Restaurant
23A-B TurnHouse Road
Singapore 507760
(Changi Chalets Locality)

Saturday, September 26, 2009

Butter Cakes


Good old fashioned butter cakes

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Wedding Lunch

Wedding Lunch at Fullerton Hotel

The difference in this hotel from other hotels, they served the food to individual plates for diners unlike traditional chinese wedding, where the main course was placed in the centre of the table and the diners help themselves to the food.

Cold Dish with combination of assorted food.

Sharks Fin Soup

Fried Cod Fish served with mango (thai style)

Cantonese crispy roasted chicken

Abalone with brocolli

Fried Rice

Dessert with snow fungus