*Keith's Journey for fabulous yet affordable food!*


ch4ngs7er

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I'm a person who loves to makan makan and makan. Picked up photography as a hobby recently and wishes to capture pictures of the food i've eaten and share with all in the forum.
And also, maybe help to promote these food for free! :bsmilie:

This set belongs to a restaurant opposite Clarke Quay The Central called "Le Chasseur".

BBQ Live Prawns


Salted Vegetable Duck Soup


Braised Bitter Gourd


Cereal Fried Tofu
 

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ch4ngs7er

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Sandakan Fishcake (not on menu)


Steamed Black Fish (Mullet)


Brinjal with Minced Meat


Chicken Claypot Rice


Hokkien Noodle
 

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Lastly, we have this black fungus dessert! Seriously, this is the first time i'm having this dessert. White fungus dessert is everywhere but it rare to find the black one and most importantly, it gives a "WAHHHH" feeling.

Black Fungus Dessert


Do try it when you are nearby and probably u will find the food delicious yet at a affordable price!
This place may be a good lunch location with a group of colleage for a scrumptious meal!

Le Chasseur
31 New Bridge Road
Opposite The Central
 

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grumpy

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Just had lunch and you are making me hungry again
 

ch4ngs7er

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Haha, maybe can make a trip down for dinner with friends or colleagues?

The duck soup and BBQ prawn is nice. The prawn is being boiled in seawater first before being BBQ-ed.

Actually one of the more stunning dish is the brinjal. It actually taste quite different from what we usually eat. It seems quite common from the looks of it but you will find it surprising. In fact, the claypot rice is what the restaurant is famous for. Do try it!
 

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ch4ngs7er

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Another nice claypot rice i would recommend is the New Lucky Claypot rice from Clementi.

It is presented with a generous serving of chicken and salted fish.
The salted fish is not the dried one, but the fresh one.

Chicken Claypot Rice


New Lucky Claypot Rice
Blk 328 Clementi Ave 2
 

ch4ngs7er

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First time visiting this carrot cake stall which had been famous for a long time.
This stall is famous for adding chye poh and ikan billis into frying of the carrot cake.
You can smell the strong irresistible fragrance just by sitting around this small coffee shop located at 1 Telok Kurau Road.
$3 for a plate of carrot cake might seems a tad pricey for some people as compared to the usual ones which cost $2-$2.50 outside. But judging from the fact that you have a reasonable portion of ikan billis and chye poh inside, it's definitely worth it.

Why not spend a bit of time to travel there and have a plate of carrot cake in order to taste a difference in your life?


1 Telok Kurau Road (Corner of the stretch which is opposite of petrol station)
Only opens till 3pm.
 

Sgdevilzz

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Nice shots! But your watermark kinda distracting
 

Sgdevilzz

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watermarks are good for copyright. But try not to blend in with your main subjects, most watermarks are usually placed on either 4 corners of the photo. Like the "Black Fungus Dessert" photo, it doesn't blend with the subject, it's small and not distracting.
 

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Thanks. must try carrot cake one of this days....
 

ch4ngs7er

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watermarks are good for copyright. But try not to blend in with your main subjects, most watermarks are usually placed on either 4 corners of the photo. Like the "Black Fungus Dessert" photo, it doesn't blend with the subject, it's small and not distracting.
Thanks for the feedback! i'll try to stick to it in the future photos!

Thanks. must try carrot cake one of this days....
Do try it. Oh yes, u can order more chye poh for an additional 50 cents charge. ;p
 

MRSAMO

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Can someone teach me how to make sar hor fun, I've tried and tried but its never quite the same as the one from the restaurant!!
 

ch4ngs7er

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Char bee hoon (stir fry) and bee hoon tng (bee hoon soup) are usually what we always eat.
Happen to came across this coffee shop with a very big "Bai Mi Fen" (white bee hoon) signage right on top facing the main road.
The bee hoon they serves is neither dry nor soupy.
It may look a bit whitish and pale (which is why it is called white bee hoon) but it gives a feeling of Japanese ramen, clear soup but full of flavor concept.
The coffee shop basically serves normal sze char stuffs but the bee hoon is what eaters patronize for. It's worth a try for people who loves bee hoon!



22 Jalan Tampang (opposite Sembawang Shopping Centre)
 

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ch4ngs7er

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Oh u are looking for beef hor fun. Actually there are lots of recipes u can retrieve online. But restaurants had their very own recipe and i think they taste nice for a reason which can be hard to achieve... :think:
 

ch4ngs7er

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Made my way down to the "going to closed down" Tanjong Pagar Railway Station!

Deliberately go down to have a plate of indian rojak. My personal opinion is that the rojak is slightly pricey but it holds a nostalgic taste in it especially when u are eating beside a railway track. :bsmilie:

Overall, not to bad to grab a plate while it's still there, at least something for us to remember for the railway station.



Tanjong Pagar Railway Station
30 Keppel Road
 

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