November 13, 2006
Radish and deep-fried tofu. Kakiage - tempura with onion and carrot. Bukkake udon - udon with various toppings on top. This one just has ginger and spring onion, and sweet soy sauce. This place is self-service, very cheap, and the quality is good.
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Oh how dumb of me to have forgotten about credit cards. ^^;;
Yeah, I never forget the amazing Laksa I had in Singapore! Let's pig out together one day~!
well, the bank has tie-ups with certain eating places to give discounts to their credit card holders... so after a while i can't be sure whether what he says on his blog is really what he thinks about the food, or whether he is swayed by other factors...
hey, you must come to singapore one day and we shall pig out together!!!!!!!! ^O^
Hooking up with sponsors caused a change in content?? I thought lots of annoying advertisments was all. What does a bank have anything got to do with a food blog anyway? ^^;;;
Maybe everytime I see you, you are so occupied by other things that I never knew you were interested in food at all. ^^;;;
singaporeans' favourite pasttime is eating ^O^
i haven't read the 2 blogs before.. took a look and the photos look good ^^ but i'm shocked that one of them expressed surprise in a post that her katong laksa was served with just one spoon. i thought it's common knowledge amongst singaporeans! the places she has tried so far are places almost every singaporean knows, so not many discoveries there for me.
there's one blog by the name of chubbyhubby which i used to read once in a while, but after it got popular and hooked up with a local bank and other sponsors, i stopped reading it... it's just not the same anymore~
Hey scenic, I came across a couple of Singaporean food blogs that look really good, maybe you already know?
Here and here(latest posts are about England though)
Really good value for money, thanks for the recommendation!
Thanks for the link too! I like their website XD XD
Waaahahaha~~something like that. ^^;;;
Kakiage: sound good, almost like fried onion rings? ^^;;