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    Ru Ji Kitchen @ 02-28 Holland Drive Market And Food Centre, Block 44, Holland Drive

    Have been wanting to try this for the longest time.. there was a d**n long queue but it was d**n worth it ... 



    QQ noodles - check 
    delicious handmade fishballs and fishcake - check
    piquant sambal chilli coating every strand of noodles evenly - check



    perfect bowl of fishball noodles - check


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    Fatty Ox @ Chinatown Food Centre again, this time to try their Dumpling Noodles....





    5 HUMONGOUS dumplings packed with black fungus, shrimps, meat... all for a paltry $3... super value for money and I am so convinced they can thrash quite a of restaurants out there with their food !

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    Marine Parade Laksa @ Blk 128 Bedok North Street 2



    Finally managed to get to this stall...



    I dun care what our M'sian frens say abt the origin of Laksa, this lemak style of Laksa is quintessentially Singaporean, invented by Janggut of Katong, and this stall is opened by his family..



    absolutely delectable, absolutely Singaporean... Happy National Day !

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    hey all, just curious during all the shots u took the food with what lens n aperture settings were ull using? Don't think ull would be using a tripod in ahawker centre right? Lol..

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    Nice thread! Thanks for including the address and names as well...
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    Quote Originally Posted by eggie87
    hey all, just curious during all the shots u took the food with what lens n aperture settings were ull using? Don't think ull would be using a tripod in ahawker centre right? Lol..
    Hi, nope, no tripod for me for sure

    My camera and lens I shoot all my food pics with:



    Usually shoot at F4 or f5.6, anything from ISO 200 to 1600 max. Shutter speed at minimum of 1/40, if not will usually see motion blur..


    Ovaltinemilo: thanks ! Share your good food tips too !
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    two gems at coffeeshop at Block 303 Anchorvale Link...

    Armenian Street Char Kway Teow





    who says Seng Kang got no nice food ? This CKT is the dry type.. in fact, almost no 'gravy' at all, but still superbly and skillful fried, with generous amts of lapcheong, chives, cockles and bits of lard !


    Ye Lan Ting Fishball Minced Pork Noodles (direct translation from Mandarin)





    well, the mee kia is quite nice, and comes in two versions : with Black Sauce and without ... personally prefer the one without, cuz I like the chilli, very fiery and savoury...the black sauce is sweet, but I think dilutes the chilli... the uncle actually mixes the sambal up with the noodles before serving... I like

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    Fishball noodles vry yumyum oh, i lyke

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    Some nice food tried during a recent US trip to Virginia


    12 oz Filet Mignon @ Logan's Roadhouse@ Fredericksburg




    Crab Cakes with Cajun Potatoes @ the Log Cabin @Stafford




    Chimichanga Burritos @ Pancho Villa Mexican Restaurant @ Stafford




    Prime Rib @ The Globe and Laurel @ 3987 Jefferson Davis Highway, Stafford


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    Kway Chap @ To-Ricos Guo Shi @ 01-135/136 Old Airport Road Food Centre



    Well, the parts were superbly braised, the lor was nice, the chilli tangy, the kway smooth, but I did wished that there was more kway for me to finish the yummy parts with..


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    Blanco Prawn Noodle House @ 235 Jalan Kayu

    this was the $8 Jumbo Prawn with ribs version :





    loved the big pieces of tender pork ribs... the other highlight for me was the chilli 'gravy' for the noodles... spicy and tangy !



    Last but not least, the jumbo prawns were huge and fresh and juicy...


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    Saveur @ 5, Purvis Street



    First up, one of their signature, the Angel Hair Pasta with Sherry minced Pork and Sakura Ebi



    nice al dente pasta, went well with the Sakura Ebi and traces of minced pork ...



    Chicken Roulade with Foie Gras stuffing and Basmati Rice




    tasty, but I think the mushy Basmati Rice didn quite work for me...


    Last, and my favourite... the Beef Bourguignon with Root Vegetables and Mixed Green



    each beef slice was super tender, and with the rich sauce drizzled over, was simply divine. Special mention also goes to the little bowl of saute potato, fragrant with butter and milk .. superb !

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    Quote Originally Posted by metranquility View Post
    Saveur @ 5, Purvis Street




    each beef slice was super tender, and with the rich sauce drizzled over, was simply divine. Special mention also goes to the little bowl of saute potato, fragrant with butter and milk .. superb !
    This photo made me drool hahaha

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    Thanks It was really good !


    and now...a Carrot Cake Collection !



    Ke Shuan Xing @ #01-104 North Bridge Road Food Centre

    The $2.50 version came with lots of eggs n garlic, chunky yet full of flavor...v old school.





    Delicious Carrot Cake @ #01-33 Redhill Food Centre

    truly special carrot cake, as the uncle fries it with tau gay (beansprouts), giving it an extra crunch !





    Mei Ling Street Handmade Carrot Cake @ 02-41 Mei Ling Street Food Centre

    Chunky, Crispy, Spicy, Savory, but with a little sweet aftertaste ... Good stuff

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    Ahhhh noooo it's 1am...don't make me hungry noww

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    Good bunch of food photos.. I've covered many hawker centres around.. I shoot food!

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    Hi Bro, some good photo and some not that good, anyway I working in shanghai for quite sometime and your photo really make me homesick! Anyway thanks!

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    Thank you for all your kind words, as well as critique. Still thinks that my composing skills need to be more consistent.

    Spinach Noodles with Dumplings @ Huang Ji Wanton Noodles 黄记云吞面 @ Blk 118 Depot Lane Yue Hua Eating House (coffeeshop within the Industrial Estate)







    the noodles were done al dente... had a nice bite to them...

    ... and the dumplings... just look at the size above...there were four of those... and each was crunchy and meaty too !

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    Tang Tea House Hong Kong Cafe
    357, Bedok Road (shophouses opposite Simpang Bedok)

    Came across this place in the papers, recommending their beef hor fun. So went with colleague to try:



    Some hint of wok hei, beef slices were tender, hor fun was smooth... It's not bad, but not fantastic either.





    Chao Tar Bee hoon shaped like a stingray and w spicy stingray sambal chilli ! Crispy, not too oily , some wok hei, n the fried shrimps gave it bursts of Unami ...enjoyed this !





    I also had a cooling coconut wheat grass drink to wash down. Nice n refreshing
     
    Btw the place is totally halal n serves dim sum as well. Quite an interesting find

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    Kim's Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee @ Stall 19 Bedok Corner Food Centre

    went to Bedok Corner Food Centre wanting to try the famous Hokkien mee... turned out they were not opened yet... there was this other famous stall from Joo Chiat that opened there and the boss was frying in his trademark long sleeve-office shirt... so I ordered the $10 XO Hokkien Mee 



    it was super gao with Oyster and some special sauce he drizzles on top... yummy !





    but nothing beats the mind-blowing Cheng Tng from Ye Lai Xiang at stall 31... hands down best I've ever tried in my life..



    dried persimmon, longan, gingko nuts, and so on.... the no. of ingredients inside was just stupendous !

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