has anyone noticed how good their fries are? damn.
you know what else goes with snow beer? salted pork. and i quote a friend’s reaction on trying it for the first time, “it’s so good, i want to marry it.”
deep fried kailan leaves with garlic kailan stems. goes best with snow beer!
i want to eat that so badly right now.
it’s so hard to find a good sandwich even when it’s so simple to make.
i’ve been craving clams in a pot with ginger, chili and white wine sauce for the longest time ever. goes well with bread.
there’s nothing goes better together than wine and a platter of cheese.
good mushroom soup is hard to find.
these bangers look obscene.
no, i was kidding. this is a Caesar salad that looks like breakfast.
beer battered fish and chips! goes well with lots of vinegar.
it’s amazing how there’s instant bak kut teh noodles. it smells like the real thing although it doesn’t really taste like it.
i loved the new hidden japanese place so much, i went back. the pork katsudon was super!
pick me up.
i eat chicken rice very often. i’m surprised i haven’t posted any up yet. here you go.
i want nothing more than to just sink my teeth in those prawns.
parties on a yacht with an open bar and lots of food is supposed to be glamourous. i felt anything but. being seasick wasn’t fun. i couldn’t eat the satays, burgers, quesadillas and pizzas that was served. EVIL.
if the menu is all in Japanese and Japanese business men have recommended this little place, surely it’s one the best? it is, by the way.
the golden goose.
the famous roast goose at Yung Kee, Hong Kong.
one of each.
could never decide if original or spicy was better, so i always have one of each.
pong teh chicken, one of my favourite nyonya dishes. we took a detour to melaka.
this huge bowl of nyonya laksa is very pricey but it’s worth every penny. ifor some reason it’s a place i want to take idlhnds soon. this is just a small bowl’s worth that i stole from my mum. the real deal is HUGE.
Bee hoon kerabu from one of the most underrated cafes ever.
a perfect ending to a night of crabs, where we froyo-ed over some Kpop conversation - even the boys joined in.
looking at these salted egg crabs are enough to make me crave for more even though i had them few days ago with the rest.
sucker for packaging.
muji coffee. $3 for two. comes with the coolest retractable straw!
this is something entirely new. at a glance, it looks like ice kacang but if you take a closer look the ice shavings look like strips of crab stick. no joke!
yi tou mai.
i had a big phase eating this before. i used to eat it every chance i got to.
this is what happens when a burger is so yummy, you forget that you had to snap a picture of your burger.
this is what the result of a long walk, a few station stops and a cab drive looks like. Singapore’s finest Katong Laksa.
dinner with the rents'
if Fatspoon was dinner with friends and my mom, then this is dinnerwith a friend’s parents who were down in KL for a few days. there’s nothing like treating your friend’s awesome parents dinner where everything is cooked in tea.
i’m one of those people that don’t know anything about Korean food. it’s not that i don’t like it, it’s just that i never get the chance to eat it. i have ti say, those rice cake things are yummy.
strength in numbers.
there’s nothing like good food with people that love food just as much as you.
Prosciutto pizza in a food court at a mall in Perth city center costs $6.
food in Perth is expensive, so eating at a “cheap” Japanese restaurant gets you this. Miso chicken katsu means rice, fried chicken chop and a tube of miso all over it.
we ordered a plate fried chicken skin and the drunk man gave us a plate of fried everything - with his bare hands. gross. i know some people love to eat the chicken neck - double gross. thought it would be fun to post something different for a change.
not really a fan of durian, but once in a while i have this insane craving to eat some.
isn’t the menu the cutest thing ever? good food to go with the awesome atmosphere. Fatspoon 73 Jalan SS 21/1A, Damansara Uptown, Damansara Utama
gone in 60 seconds.
now you see it, now you don’t.
jam packed with goodies like huge prawns and fried mantis prawn bits. RM10 for a plate isn’t so bad after all.
the lady must’ve added drugs to her sauce.
littleredroom asked: where did you had those yummy looking radish chai kueh? mmMMmmMMmm :)
i could eat a whole plate of it..
i’m always on the fence with this dish.
radish chai kueh.
and with a vengeance, too.
hello, i shall be gone a few days but will be back next week with lots of food from penang. x
therealkylelai asked: Hello. I sit behind you in the office. =)