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Fans of Ah Yee's Soon Kueh would be happy to know that after a 4 year hiatus, they have reopened at 124 Tembeling Road in Joo Chiat.

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I've got good news and bad news. The good news is that if you love unagi and have been intimidated by the queues at Man Man, then there is a new place where you can satiate your craving for char-grilled live eels!

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I am sure most foodies here would be familiar with Ban Leong Wah Hoe or at least you should know it as that zi char place at Casuarina road. This venerable seafood restaurant has been at the same spot since 1986 and still has that old school coffeeshop feel about it.

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I don't know about you, but if I were given a choice, I would always choose to dine at the counter. Not only do I get to eat, but I also get to be mesmerized when ingredients get magically transformed into tasty tidbits in hands of the chef. It's alimentary alchemy that gets even better when the pyrotechnics get thrown in.

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The original owners of Song Kee Fishball noodles has resurrected their famous fish ball noodle shop and they now occupy the same Coffeeshop in Tembeling road, where another hawker legend, Hong Mao Wanton Mee, used to be!

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Our makan new year got off to a great start with lunch at Whampoa Keng’s new flagship restaurant at Killiney road.  I wrote about them in 2011 at their place in Balestier. Since then, I have been a regular there and at their other branch at Rangoon road. They opened a new restaurant at Killiney […]

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The hawker mindset is slowly but surely changing, and we have the internet to thank! Gone were the days when people had look for a master to teach them how to cook certain dishes. Millennial hawkers now learn to make charsiu via the internet! This was the case for our three hawker heroes today who based their charsiu on my charsiu recipe which I spent 9 years perfecting!

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This famously popular briyani stall is one of the most reclusive as well. Most people refer to it as the briyani in the coffeeshop next to Golden Mile Food Centre. The stall doesn't have a signboard and most people don't even know that it is called "Koothurar" restaurant. If there is any stall in Singapore that doesn't need extra publicity, then this is it.

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Soy sauce chicken was somewhat on the B list of famous hawker dishes until it shot to fame when Chef Chan won a Michelin Star for Hong Kong Soya Sauce chicken in 2016. Since then, I had wanted to write a recipe for soya sauce chicken. Unlike Hokkien mee or char kway teow which requires a big wok and a hot stove, a dish like soya sauce chicken can be easily done at home!

The post Soya Sauce Chicken Recipe: Cantonese Chefs’ recipe appeared first on ieatishootipost.

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My friend, Ken Loon is an obsessive compulsive foodie.  I first got to know him in 2013 because we both were crazy about prawns at the time.  I was on a mission to catalog all the prawns available locally and was doing crazy things like taking close up shots of their private parts. I guess […]

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