Tuesday, April 30, 2013

焱 (21st Apr 2013)

Came across this stall at Redhill Food Centre through mouth of words about the Chicken Wings and Bee Hoon.  But beside Bee Hoon, saw they do sell Mee too. Other than Chicken Wings, they also sell others stuffs like luncheon meat, egg, ngoh hiang, etc.

Redhill Food Centre is within walking distance from Redhill MRT Station and also accessible by bus no. 32, 33, 63, 64, 132, 145.

This stall opens from 3pm to 10pm, closed on Monday

A plate of Bee Hoon is $0.60

Chicken wing is at $1.20 each, ngoh hiang is $1.00 per piece and luncheon meat is at $0.50 each.

Monday, April 29, 2013

Mrs Ng SK's Vanilla Butter Cake

I was craving for Butter Cake and came across Annielicious Food blog with Mrs Ng SK's vanilla butter cake recipe,and thought i try it out.  As my fridge left with a block of butter which is less that 250g (around 190g),  i thought i try out using half the recipe and make it into cupcake.  Makes 7 cupcakes.  Gave 4 of it to my friend and the remaining 3 goes to my stomach.

Sunday, April 28, 2013

Botanic Gardens (13th Apr 2013)

Normally i try to take something new while 晨运 and try not to repeat the same picture. Below are some pictures taken while 晨运 at Botanic Gardens.

Friday, April 26, 2013

1 Market (18th April 2013)

My this group of friend, whoever birthday, we will get to choose which place we wanted to go to celebrate our birthday. Friend choose 1 Market at the New Wing of Plaza Singapura.  Took some pictures of the place there.


Price List

Decorations inside the restaurant

Seating inside the restaurant



Mine first serving

Laksa in which i didn't try, but heard friend said so so only



Snow crabs

Fish maw soup

Assorted crackers


Kuehs & Cakes



A small birthday cake for the birthday friend

1 Market
68 Orchard Road #04-45 to 49
Plaza Singapura
Singapore 238839
Reservation : +65 6341 9159

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Singapore Turf Club (20th April 2013)

This is the 2nd time that i went to the Turf Club, not to bet on horses, which i do not know how to bet, but to watch getai.  The first time i went there to watch was last year on 29th Dec. That time admission to the Turf Club is $5 if pay by EZ Card/Cash Card, $6 if pay by cash. But  to watch the getai is free and admission is only after 5.30pm and those with kids under 12 will only be admitted after 6pm as Horse Racing ends at 6.15pm (That's what i heard when i went there the first time last year). 

This round, i reached at around 5.20pm, getai starts at 7pm,  and was told that can go in already.  And i can also go loitering around the place to look see look see.

Sign outside indicating directions

Sign directing people where to go for the getai


There's a food court there

Was curious how come never see any horses, went to ask the staff, was told that day it's Malaysia horses, so can only watch the horses on the TV provided there.  Singapore horses run on Friday and Sunday.

The building

Stage in preparation for the getai

Monday, April 22, 2013

Kazokutei (10th April 2013)

Was meeting my friend for dinner and friend was suggesting going to Tsukado Nojo to try out the foods there, but when we were there, there was no Q, but was told to leave our contact no. and the staffs will call us when there is availability of seats which we were to wait for around 1 1/2 hours to 2 hours.  We went to walk about and in the end, we didn't eat there and went to another place to eat.

We end up in Kazokutei

Seafood Cream Udon Gozen Set with Pumpkin Tempura

Chicken Toji Nabeyaki Gozen Set with Assorted Sushi - Loves the Udon

Plaza Singapura 
68 Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel : 6333 9285

Thursday, April 18, 2013

Botanic Gardens (7th April 2013)

Pictures taken while 晨运 @ Botanic Gardens.

Having gone to Botanic Gardens for times, but didn't notice about this Healing Garden.  First time went into this Healing Garden.

[Respiratory and Circulatory System] Guduchi ~ Native to India, Sri Lanka and Myanmar.  It is used in Ayurvedic and Jamu medicine to prevent liver toxicity.  Tea made from boiling the stems is used to treat gonorrhea, fevers and stomachaches.  The whole plant is used to treat diabetes and hypertension.


[Respiratory and Circulatory Systems] Castor ~ Native to India.  It is traditionally used to treat abdominal discomfort and constipation.  It is also used to treat fevers, bronchitis, coughs and skin diseases.


[Respiratory and Circulatory Systems] Loquat ~ Native to Southeastern China.  It is traditionally used as an expectorant, and to treat digestive and respiratory problems.  Loquat syrup is also taken to soothe sore throat.


[Respiratory and Circulatory Systems] Devil's trumpet ~ Native to India.  The leaves are used in traditional medicine to treat bronchitis, asthma, chronic pain, seizures and coma.  It is also used as an anesthetic.


[Digestive and Related Systems] Mugwort ~ Native to temperate Europe, Asia, Northern Africa and Alaska.  Traditionally used to eradicate intestinal worms, treat cardiac complaints and improve menstruation.


[Muscles, Skeleton, Skin and Nervous Systems] Cotton Rosemallow ~ Native to Southern China.  Traditionally, the leaves and flowers are used to treat swellings and skin infections.  Mucilage extracted from the leaves and flowers are used to ease childbirth.


[Muscles, Skeleton, Skin and Nervous Systems] Lettuce Tree ~ Native to Madagascar, Polynesia, India and Malaya.  Traditionally, young leaves are taken to treat arthritis and rheumatism, and regulate blood sugar.


[Reproductive System] Sugar Cane ~ Native to SE Asia.  It is traditionally used to shrink fibroids.  Cane juice is used to treat respiratory problems, wounds and ulcers.


[Digestive and Related Systems] Job's tears ~ Native to East Asia.  Used traditionally to treat urinary problems, menstrual disorders and as a general tonic.


[Head, Neck, Ear, Nose and Throat] Sacred Basil ~ Native to Old World Tropics and widespread as a cultivated plant.  Traditionally used to treat poisonings, malaria, colds, stomach disorders, heart alments and inflammations.

Path that link to the Healing Garden

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