curry

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It has been a long while since our last visit to Little India. Apart from the colourful temples and shops selling sarees and collectibles, this vibrant district is also a treasure trove of delicacies. Being a huge fan of Indian cuisine in general, I love coming here to indulge in...
How lucky are we in Singapore to have access to so many diverse cultures? Thanks to the fact that we are situated right within Southeast Asia, we get to taste various authentic colourful cuisines such as Thai, Malay or Indian food whenever we want. One of my favourites is Indonesian...
Happy 2009 everyone! I’ve been waiting a long while to say this: I’m finally going to Bangkok! By this time tomorrow I would be having a nice sumptuous dinner in the Land of Smiles, followed by some cheap drinks at a pub. This is a city I’m very fond of....
Like a typical Singaporean, I am very fond of spicy food, even if it means looking unglamorous while eating my favourite sambal dishes, nose dripping at the same time. For that reason, I love the robust flavours of Indonesian food, which tend to be red hot spicy most of the...
Burmese cuisine is a largely unexplored realm in Singapore. One Burmese restaurant that I do know of is Inle Myanmar in peninsula plaza (nicknamed the Burma mall of Singapore). Now, after four years, the restaurant has opened another branch in Marina Square. My dinner partner and I were on our...
As someone that really enjoys checking out new restaurants, there still are a number of eating establishments that I remain loyal to. The sambal stingray at Rong Guang, Indonesian grilled chicken, assam prawns at Bakerzin, and red curry at Lerk Thai are some dishes that frequently give me cravings and...