Tuesday, 9 November 2010

More food in Singapore

Singapore again, this time with my parents and brother
Purposes, to travel & my brother is going to have his elective in SGH

Day 1

We took the 7am train from Segamat and reached around 12pm
Head to Dairy Farm Estate to drop our luggages first
Then took bus number 171 to Tang Plaza station

Lunch in Food Republic, Wisma Atria

Fried rice + fried vegetables + sambal squids + anchovy with fried peanuts
It was not cheap at all
It costs $8.50

Walked around Ion Orchard after lunch
Experienced dyspepsia after the large portion of lunch
Visited Uniqlo again and it was so crowded
Found a lovely top, but only 1 left and the queue in fitting room was very long

Tea time
We went to Xin Wang Hong Kong Restaurant in Ion Orchard 

Strawberry Snow + pudding
Cost $5.90
We did had steamed shrimp (har gao) and fried wantan as well 

Walked to 313 @ Somerset

We went to Shaw House to get some bread before we head home again
No idea what's for dinner
Bro and I went to the Japanese restaurant inside Dairy Farm Estate to get our late dinner 

 My tori katsu don

Bro's teriyaki don

Day 2

Walked to a stall named EAT in The Rail Mall for breakfast

Mixed noodles and kuey teow soup

Dumplings soup with noodle 

Dry noodle with minced pork meat and mushroom
The food here were just so-so, not very attractive though

We took the bus, MRT and walked to Clarke Quay
Then, we continued our walking journey to see the merlion, to Marina Bay Sands 
The price to get our way up to the Skypark was too pricey
$20 for adults and $17 for anyone above 55 years old

We took MRT back to 313 @ Somerset for the addictive THB as lunch
THB = The Handburger 

The Fullerton Hotel
Noticed the man up there raising the Fullerton Hotel flag
*occupational hazards* 

Dad & Mom on the helix bridge
Skypark at the back

The Handburger!
Mom's Battered Dory Burger
"Battered Pacific dory fish topped with spicy tartare and renkon (lotus root) crisps on the bed of coral lettuce, tomato on a toasted honey wholewheat multigrain bun" - The Handburger  

Dad's Stuffed Portobello Burger
This is a vegetarian burger
"Oven-baked portobello stuffed with spinach, walnuts, parmesan cheese and beancurd topped with breadcrumbs served with handmade tomato herb sauce on a bed of coral lettuce, tomato on a toasted spinach with parmesan cheese bun" - The Handburger

Brother's The Works Burger
"Grilled 150g of 100% N.Z ribeye beef patty topped with battered onion rings, crispy bacon, sunny side up egg, sauteed basil pesto mushroom, sweet onion jam, cheddar cheese, handmade barbecue and aioli sauce on a bed of coral lettuce, tomato on a toasted caramelised onion bun" - The Handburger

Bro's Caesar Salad
$4 when top up in a set with the burger, $4.80 ala carte

Chicken Caesar Burger
"Baked chicken breast wrapped with bacon, fresh mozzarella, sauteed basil pesto mushroom, handmade caesar dressing on a bed of romaine lettuce, tomato on a toasted sundried tomato with olive bun" - The Handburger

If you noticed, they have different kind of buns for different burger
All the buns are handmade
All the other burger we tried had coral lettuce, but Chicken Caesar came with romaine lettuce
Unique huh?

Dinner in Bukit Timah with aunt and uncle
We had satay, fish head curry, asparagus, "kuloyok" (fried pork meat with tomato sauce) & four treasures tofu

Pork meat satay + peanut sauce that was mixed with pineapple juice



Perfectstranger said...

try the laksa at EAT next time.. damn good.... and try chilling at Blooie's next time at Railmall... =)


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