An Easier Way to Cook Hainanese Chicken Rice

Hainanese Chicken Rice - 1

Hainanese Chicken Rice is a popular dish in Singapore. If you’re going to there, you have to try it at least once because your visit won’t be complete without it. You may try the Hainanese Chicken Rice in hawker centers like Lau Pa Sat, and at Tiong Bahru. I can still recall our journey to Tiong Bahru. We took a bus going there. It was quite a long bus ride but it was all worth it. Hainanese Chicken Rice is served with fragrant chicken-flavored rice and condiments such as chilli, ginger, and dark soya sauce. Continue reading “An Easier Way to Cook Hainanese Chicken Rice”

My Singapore Food Street at SM Megamall

Hainanese Chicken Rice at Singapore Food Street
Hainanese Chicken Rice, PhP 195

I can still remember when me and Sharlyne went to Singapore and ate food there like a local. Yes, we can eat Singaporean food all-day long. When FoodTrippings got invited to try this out, of course I was excited because I love Singaporean food. If you remember the Orchard Road restaurant in SM Megamall, that’s where the My Singapore Food Street stands now. It’s not connected to the Orchard Road restaurant that used to be there. Singapore Food Street is owned by the Lhulliers.  Continue reading “My Singapore Food Street at SM Megamall”

King Satay at Clarke Quay

Chicken/Beef/Mutton Satay at King Satay
Chicken, Beef and Mutton Satay, 20 SGD

One of the things that I’ve been looking forward to do in Singapore is to eat in Clarke Quay. We really didn’t have anything on mind where to eat. We just explored around Clarke Quay and we’ve found King Satay interesting upon checking their menu. Continue reading “King Satay at Clarke Quay”

A Typical Singaporean Breakfast

Kopi, Tea, Soft-boiled eggs and Kaya Toast

Just this year, I was able to try out the famous Ya Kun Kaya Toast here in Manila. It was my first time to experience what a typical Singaporean breakfast is like. Of course, it would have been better if I’d get to experience it in Singapore. 😀 Continue reading “A Typical Singaporean Breakfast”

Ya Kun Kaya Toast

Yin Yang and Toast at Ya Kun Kaya Toast
Yin Yang and Toast

Ya Kun Kaya Toast is one of the popular chains of kopitiams in Singapore and other parts of Asia. Just like a typical kopitiam, Ya Kun Kaya Toast offers coffee, tea, other beverages kaya toast, and soft boiled eggs. The first branch of Ya Kun Kaya Toast in the Philippines is in Ninoy Aquino International Airport 2 while the second branch is located along Escriva Drive in Pasig City. Continue reading “Ya Kun Kaya Toast”