Tag Archives: Cantonese

London Fat Duck

London Fat Duck is at Scotts Square. This is the best char siew (B added that it’s a very good cut and well marbled) I’ve had although it was very expensive at $14.80. The pepper duck polo buns were very … Continue reading

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Peking Duck: Paradise Pavilion at Marina Bay Financial Centre

Had dinner with family here and it was my first time to the area. I am not a Peking duck expert by any means but I hear this is the best and authentic Beijing style. I quite like the surrounding … Continue reading

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The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands: Yu Cuisine

Another new eatery. This time Cantonese. A fancy Tim Sum and Seafood place with a groovy silver and purple decor. It looked more like a modern furniture or lighting store than a restaurant. Here’s a foodie review of the place … Continue reading

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Dim Sum at Yum Char (Serangoon Garden Country Club)

You don’t have to be a member of the club to dine at Yum Char. There’s also another branch in Chinatown which I’ve tried as well, but to be honest I prefer to have Dim Sum at Taste Paradise at … Continue reading

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Old Hong Kong Taste at My Village (Serangoon Gardens)

At first I thought the service was lacking, but they might have been busy due to the Chinese New Year Corporate lunches.  There was a plump older Singaporean aunty who was bringing the Dim Sum around and she tried so … Continue reading

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Family Dinner at Wan Hao, Marriott Hotel

I would let the pictures do the talking, but my photo taking skills are not that great. The lighting was bad and everyone was eager to dig in and I didn’t want to hold them up. I would recommend practically … Continue reading

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Ornate Designs at Chinese Herbal Medicine Store

The black herbal jelly called Gwei Ling Go, meaning tortise jelly, is bitter, so you need to add a bit of honey. Even then it retains a bitter aftertaste. It’s Cantonese in origin and you can find a lot of … Continue reading

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