Friday, July 28, 2006

Singapore's Hokkien Mee

I just came from my course and I met my husband near the MRT for us to eat in the Food Court. Since it is Friday and my 2 daughters have their own meetings with their own sets of friends, me and my husband decided to eat out by ourselves here in Family Court. Of course the food here is cheaper as compared to other eateries. But still the quality of food here is not bad. Just look at my "Hokkien Mee". So nice!! It is a local food here in Singapore and it costs only SGD 3.00.

You may say that it looks pale and not that tasty. Don't be deceived by its look. Hokkien Mee tastes so nice. It has pork, scrambled egg, prawns and squid. It is made tastier with a portion of sambal sauce. Combined with that mee, both white and yellow, it is already a wholesome meal.

Wanna try my Hokkien Mee?

Sunday, July 16, 2006

A Late Celebration At Delifrance

It was my daughter Marielle's birthday on the 4th of July. As it was a weekday when all of us were busy with work, and she aside from full time job also is doing her final year in RMIT, added that I am also attending my classes, we decided to have the celebration on the following Sunday. Marielle planned to bring us to Sakae Sushi in Causeway Point. Unluckily, there was a long queue when we went there. So, she decided to bring us to Delifrance. I like their bread actually. But with their meals, I was not that interested.

When we entered, one of the staff told us that the place is full and she could accomodate us only outside, an open space where there's no aircon of course. I got a little bit irritated for it was hot there. We were only accomodated inside when we asserted how hot it was outside and when one of the table was vacated. I noticed that they got no tooth pick canister also. Their tissue paper got no label. And during payment time they could not accept my daughter's NETS and accepts only cash or credit cards. I wonder why they could not accomodate NETS when it is a common form of payment here in Singapore. Ahh, I don't like their service. Period.

Their food as comparable to Marche could be lagging behind, as far as I am concerned. But anyhow, I could say that I still enjoy the food.

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Wednesday, July 05, 2006

LP Eleven : In Our Kitchen

I joined the very first Lasang Pinoy event as I was invited by Stef of Since then I got hooked on joining the monthly events. But due to work and family commitments, I was not able to join the other events.

Luckily, I was able to join this recent event, the eleventh Lasang Pinoy as hosted by Jeanette or popularly known as JMom .

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And surely, you’ll learn how interesting the foods from my born country, the Philippines, are.