Tagged: Chinese Food

Chicken Cutlet Noodles

红环宝食 RedRing Treasures: Singapore Style Cutlet Noodles

When I first heard of RedRing Treasures, I was reminded of those classy Chinese restaurants, like Imperial Treasure. The lavish name left a strong impression on me and I proceeded to google it out of curiosity. RedRing Treasures (RT) has only two outlets in food courts, so it is easy to go...

Bak Kut Teh @ Ya Hua BKT

亞華 Ya Hua Bak Kut Teh (Ngee Ann City): Big fat nope

I’m a small fan of bak kut teh. It is one of those things I started appreciating after I grew up. While I cannot claim to be a bkt expert, I do have experience eating the undeniably top few bkt in Singapore: Ng Ah Sio, Founder’s, Song Fa, and Ya Hua....

笨珍云吞面 Pontian Wanton Noodles: A Bowl of Memories

Our dating history goes back to our days in the university. Back then, we were constrained by the limited allowance we had so for most of our dates, we would stick to simple, affordable fare. It was by chance one day, that we stumbled upon this particular eatery selling wanton noodles in a corner of Heeren...

Pu Er Tea

瑞春 Swee Choon: Now serving lunch [Updated]

Updated on 10 Jan 2017 Growing up, I was never a fan of dim sum. It was breakfast food (a meal I usually skip), expensive (portions are so small, yet the prices are so high), and mostly made up of stuff I did not eat as a kid (chicken feet?...