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I am on the hunt for good charsiu again. In the past, I have always focused mainly on the quality of the charsiu. But this time round, I am looking not just for good charsiu, but I am also focusing on the sauce and the rice.

The reason I am thinking about charsiu rice this way is because of unagi don. In the past year, I have written quite a bit about unagi don and to me charsiu rice is very similar to unagi don. Both are grilled meats on rice with a sweet sauce. The big difference, aside from the fact that one is a fish and the other, a pork, is the quality of the sauce that goes with it.

The post Mei Mei Roasted Duck: The Charsiu is good too! appeared first on ieatishootipost.

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Hong Kong's iconic cafe chain, Tsui Wah has finally made its debut in Singapore! Located at Clarke Quay, this first Tsui Wah outlet in South East Asia is a collaboration between Jumbo Group Ltd and Tsui Wah Hong Kong and coincides with their 50th anniversary.

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I had my oyster epiphany in Oct 2011 during an OSU trip to Boston to speak to the Singapore students there. When we were planning what to eat for lunch, my friend Jason suggested the Neptune Oyster Bar. My first reaction wasn't one of unbridled joy.

The post Greenwood Fish Market: The Idiot’s Guide to Oysters! appeared first on ieatishootipost.

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I had the privilege of meeting Chef Luke Thomas who burst into the limelight when he became Britain’s youngest head chef at the tender age of 18. He was in Asia to promote Hellmann’s Mayonnaise and I was asked to introduce him to the unique flavours of Singapore. Hellmann’s had issued a challenge to Luke […]

The post EatsMeetsWest: Creative dips with Hellmann’s Mayonnaise appeared first on ieatishootipost.

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Modern Singaporean cuisine is no longer considered "new". It really started more than a decade ago with Chef Willin Low's Wild Rocket. Nowadays, a "laksa" this and a "chilli crab" that can be found everywhere, even at fast food chains, which begs the question:

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Have you ever tasted a siew mai or har gow that is so good that it just blows all the others out of the steaming basket? I haven’t. In my experience, there is good siew mai and there is bad siew mai. There is good and very good siew mai, but I have never, ever […]

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I generally eschew buffets. I find most of them to be pretty generic and nowadays I usually only have them when it is part of the hotel breakfast package. Oh, there was a time when I used to love buffets. But that was a long time ago when my appetite was much bigger and my palate, less discriminating. Buffets were a great idea then. You starve yourself for the whole day, then pay one price and try to eat more than your money’s worth of food. It used to be a profitable venture for me, but not anymore since I can’t eat as much and the prices of buffets have gone up significantly in the last decade.

The post Penang Place: Buffet with Character appeared first on ieatishootipost.

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I first wrote about Eastern House of Seafood Delicacy in 2014 and since then we have been back there for our family meals quite a few times.  The food has always been good and prices reasonable and we like that it is located at the bottom of a secluded block of flats in Chai Chee. […]

The post Eastern House of Seafood Delicacy: Lobster Hokkien Mee! appeared first on ieatishootipost.

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This kueh kosui recipe is not only the easiest to do but will result in a super wobbly kueh kosui which is a textural delight. The recipe was shared by Sharon of My Makan Place.

The post Kueh Kosui Recipe: Super soft and wobbly version appeared first on ieatishootipost.

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I just realized that this will be the third time I am writing about Chef Yong Bin Ngen!  The first was my review of the now defunct The Majestic, back in 2007.  The next story was about his new coffee crabs at Majestic Bay Seafood in 2013.   At the time I thought he might […]

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