Friday, September 14, 2012

Charlie's Grind & Grill

Charlie's Grind & Grill
16 East Capitol Drive, Brgy. Kapitolyo, Pasig

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Monday, August 6, 2012

Where to Eat in Singapore?

I had a great vacation in Singapore, and in this post, I'll share where I ate.

Tak Po

Famous in Chinatown for Hong Kong Dim Sum & Congee

This is where we had lunch on our first day. We had Har Gao, Prawn & Mushroom Dumpling, Chicken Rice, and Crispy Yam Dumpling. It was over-all a pleasant experience. Great food and at a reasonable price.

This Crispy Yam Dumpling is delicious.

Har Gao

Location: 42 Smith Street, Chinatown, Singapore

Lau Pa Sat Festival Market

Before heading to the Merlion Park, we decided to grab some snacks here. It's a Hawker style place where the best laksa in town can be found. We had some fantastic egg tart from the store in the middle (too bad I didn't get the name) and some fresh pineapple juice (freshly squeezed pineapple with ice). It's not the best combination, but the egg tart is spot on.

Smiling Egg Tarts

Location: 18 Raffles Quay, Singapore

Maxwell Food Center

I had three meals in this hawker place: Japanese (some gyoza and onion pancakes), Thai (Pad Thai), and Chinese/Singaporean (Hainanese Chicken). I was able to try the Hainanese Chicken from Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken, and I must say it was delicious! Juicy, soft, and spot on!

Boiled and Fried Gyoza

Pad Thai

Hainanese Chicken from Tian Tian

Location: 1 Kadayanallur Street, Singapore

Tekka Centre

I love Indian food! That's why we had our lunch in the Tekka Centre. It's a hawker-style place with lots of Indian food choices. I couldn't even decide what I want at the beginning but end up with the most amazing Naan Bread I have tasted with matching Chicken Curry. It was spot on. My boyfriend ordered a random drink called Chendol, which is refreshing.

Naan Bread with Chicken Curry

Fresh Buko and Special Chendol

Location: 665 Buffalo Road, Singapore

People's Park Food Centre

We had some lemon chicken (which is pretty lame), laksa, and grilled chicken. The Singaporean Laksa was spicy by default (since I love spicy, I fell in love with it instantly!) Also, visit Bee Kim Heng because they sell the most delicious jerky ever.

Singaporean Laksa

Location: 1 Park Road, Singapore

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