Tzechar stalls are everywhere but are they really value for money? Dinner with family on weekends can be such a headache. For those who drives, a trip to Good Year Seafood Village is definitely worthwhile.
We discovered this place a few weeks ago when I chanced upon a Google search 'bak kut teh in the East'. If that's also something you're wondering about, you're reading the right post..
Located nearby some temples, this place isn't somewhere you would want to go if you're intending to take public transport. Its at the industrial area so you can imagine somewhere like Changi Business Park. No life species on a weekend for sure.
They have indoor and outdoor seating but I strongly recommend you to take the outdoor seats. Its surely more comfortable and peaceful than indoors except for the air con which isn't very strong anyway.
Let's move on to the food I know you can't wait.
Ever tried assorted tempura fried mushrooms with greens at a tz…
Besides Singapore, lots of people also swarm to Taiwan for its irresistible food. Night markets is something not to be missed when you're in this food haven. Need to queue for a papaya milkshake or a black pepper biscuit??? That for sure is a must-eat!
Having been to Taipei for the 4th time and Kaoshiung for the 2nd time, i shall share with you guys about some of the amazing food you have to indulge in if you are there for the first time not knowing what to eat.
Top 3 Night Markets
1. Shilin Night MarketGo for the Prince Cheese Potato (起士马铃薯)with a variety of toppings. It is located on the left of NET ( a retail store) diagonally across Jiantan MRT Station. We tried this for the first time after walking one huge round and the maze within the night market and realised we did walk past the cheese potato stall and did not notice it! Queue and they will take your orders shortly while you continue to wait patiently for your food. There's some tables inside to accomodate small…
I always wonder why Thai Food is so different in Singapore as compared to Thailand itself. Where is the authenticity??? Until I found this little gem located at Tampines Street 81 thanks to a friend of mine who brought me day. On a typical Monday evening, expect to find a young crowd tucking in to surprisingly big portions of traditional Thai style dishes. I had a fair selection from each category from the menu but having only two person to share, it was not possible to get everything I wanted. Hence, we ordered a Phad Thai, Basil Pork with Steamed Rice, Mango Salad, Thick Tom Yum Goong with Prawns, Green Curry Chicken and coconut and Thai iced tea for the drinks. We thought it was too much but we did attempt to wipe them all.
I guess a Thai salad cannot run away much from being spicy, sour and salty. This was infused with aromatic fish sauce and tossed with plenty of crisp dried shrimp bits, onions and chilli slices. I felt that everything goes side by side with each other without a…