Showing posts with label Singapore (Nyonya Food). Show all posts
Showing posts with label Singapore (Nyonya Food). Show all posts

Saturday, January 26, 2019

Lunch at Pow Sing Restaurant (Serangoon Garden)

Had lunch with family at Pow Sing Restaurant in Serangoon Garden. The restaurant been around for a long time, we would come here often, very convenient and food is good.

Famous for their chicken rice, of course we need to order the steamed chicken and chicken rice.

Sambal Kangkong

Hubby's favourite - sweet and sour pork

Yutiao with sotong paste

Deer meat with ginger and spring onion

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Tangs Market - Mini food court at basement of Tangs

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.

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Nyonya and Baba Restaurant at Vivo City

Here I am again at Nyonya and Baba restaurant at Vivo City. My last visit was a long time ago. You can see my earlier post on this restaurant.

Love the quiet and cozy ambience of the restaurant. It was empty when I was there but soon the restaurant was filled as it was lunch time.

We had keropok (prawn crackers) for starters.

This is one of the restaurant's signature dish, Ayam Buah Keluak.

Sambal Kangkong

Minced meat and tofu - yummy

Otak Otak
We enjoyed our lunch so much. We need to come here often.

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Nonya Fish Head


There are so many good food at 313 Orchard, the latest mall in Singapore. My friend and I decided to have nonya food as we love nonya food.

Nonya Chap Chye

Curry Fish Head

Thursday, December 27, 2007

Nyonya and Baba Restaurant at Vivo City

Peranakan are descendants of the very early Chinese immigrants who adopted the Malay customs partially.I love peranakan cuisine which are a mixture of chinese, malay and others influences. Their food are not spicy at all. There is this nyonya restaurant called Nyonya and Baba at Vivo City which has some nice nyonya food.

Photo taken from restaurant wall. A typical baba nyonya wedding.

One of the popular nyonya dish is the chap chye.

This is one of the restaurant's signature dish, Ayam Buah Keluak. Buah Keluak is mixed with shrimp to induce a tinge of sweetness while reducing its bitter taste. Ayam means chicken and Buah Keluak is the black kind of nut. You need to dig into the nut to eat the meat just like you eat snails.

Otak Otak - is not spicy and tasted very nice.

Curry fish head - not spicy while those sold in Indian Restaurants are more spicy. I prefer it to be more spicy but is suitable for those who do not like spicy food.

The Ngor Hiang were fried to a golden-brown with spiced pork and water chestnuts. I like this dish it is crunchy and tasty.