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This is my favourite bakzhang in kim choo. The mixture of purple rice with the usual glutinous rice really gave it an additional bite and an additional tinge of sweetness go this treat.

know inveterate Chinese who are very serious about their dedication to Chinese food on daily basis (i.e. my dad who needs a bowl of noodles/soup/rice daily by default); yet interestingly my diet excludes much Chinese food - yes I love bread as a daily staple instead.

But a meal at Enjoy Eating House does remind me of the joys of Asian - Chinese cuisine. A highlight of the meal was the deep fried barramundi coated in a rich umami red curry sauce, officially registered as sinfully delicious. For something lighter but as good the salt baked whole barramundi would also do the job- soft and tender white meat that’s nicely salted; just be careful to dust off the sea salt and avoid the crispy but scaled and highly salted fish skin.

The only less spectacular dish we had for this tasting was the 红枣鸡. It wasn’t bad but slight too salty for everyone across the table, better paired with plain rice we reckon.

Thank you Burpple for the spreading the love and Enjoy Eating House for hosting!

know inveterate Chinese who are very serious about their dedication to Chinese food on daily basis (i.e. my dad who needs a bowl of noodles/soup/rice daily by default); yet interestingly my diet excludes much Chinese food - yes I love bread as a daily staple instead.

But a meal at Enjoy Eating House does remind me of the joys of Asian - Chinese cuisine. A highlight of the meal was the deep fried barramundi coated in a rich umami red curry sauce, officially registered as sinfully delicious. For something lighter but as good the salt baked whole barramundi would also do the job- soft and tender white meat that’s nicely salted; just be careful to dust off the sea salt and avoid the crispy but scaled and highly salted fish skin.

The only less spectacular dish we had for this tasting was the 红枣鸡. It wasn’t bad but slight too salty for everyone across the table, better paired with plain rice we reckon.

Thank you Burpple for the spreading the love and Enjoy Eating House for hosting!

know inveterate Chinese who are very serious about their dedication to Chinese food on daily basis (i.e. my dad who needs a bowl of noodles/soup/rice daily by default); yet interestingly my diet excludes much Chinese food - yes I love bread as a daily staple instead.

But a meal at Enjoy Eating House does remind me of the joys of Asian - Chinese cuisine. A highlight of the meal was the deep fried barramundi coated in a rich umami red curry sauce, officially registered as sinfully delicious. For something lighter but as good the salt baked whole barramundi would also do the job- soft and tender white meat that’s nicely salted; just be careful to dust off the sea salt and avoid the crispy but scaled and highly salted fish skin.

The only less spectacular dish we had for this tasting was the 红枣鸡. It wasn’t bad but slight too salty for everyone across the table, better paired with plain rice we reckon.

Thank you Burpple for the spreading the love and Enjoy Eating House for hosting!

the egg part tastes like orhluak but the mushroom doesn’t. if you have legit craving for orhluak this won’t satisfy it but is a fine dish on its own.

Awesome selection of dumplings! All of them were so flavorful and had an abundance of toppings and meat, depending on which flavor you get. It's a real trip down heritage lane with this as I've not enjoyed dumplings for a long time till now. Worth every penny for this taste!
Definitely my go-to for bakzhang now!😄

We came with high expectations but left with a tinge of disappointment. Having read that they have changed their recipe, the Ayam Goreng Berempah Set ($18.80) didn’t have the wow factor as it used to have. The rice was not lemak enough and the fried chicken was lacking in flavour as the only spices you can taste is on the outer skin. There was supposed to be crispy rempah crumbs as mentioned in the menu but I guess it was left out or came with a tiny portion. The important sambal chilli is towards the sweeter side which I would have hoped for a spicier version. This is most certainly not the best nasi lemak in Singapore but a decent option, especially for tourists.
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✨ The Coconut Club
📍 269 Beach Road, Singapore 199546
🍴 [Self-Funded]

I know inveterate Chinese who are very serious about their dedication to Chinese food on daily basis (i.e. my dad who needs a bowl of noodles/soup/rice daily by default); yet interestingly my diet excludes much Chinese food - yes I love bread as a daily staple instead.
But a meal at Enjoy Eating House does remind me of the joys of Asian - Chinese cuisine. Take for example this hor fun that the chef takes extra effort to first pan-fry the kway teow before doling the starched gravy filled with a plethora of ingredients. A premium rendition of this comforting rainy weather staple. Also the truly “simple and unassuming” but tasty 白菜 in fish sauce.

Thank you Burpple for the spreading the love and Enjoy Eating House for hosting!

I know inveterate Chinese who are very serious about their dedication to Chinese food on daily basis (i.e. my dad who needs a bowl of noodles/soup/rice daily by default); yet interestingly my diet excludes much Chinese food - yes I love bread as a daily staple instead.
But a meal at Enjoy Eating House does remind me of the joys of Asian - Chinese cuisine. Take for example this hor fun that the chef takes extra effort to first pan-fry the kway teow before doling the starched gravy filled with a plethora of ingredients. A premium rendition of this comforting rainy weather staple. Also the truly “simple and unassuming” but tasty 白菜 in fish sauce.

Thank you Burpple for the spreading the love and Enjoy Eating House for hosting!

Finally here at @kitchenmaddies to try their highly-raved Oyster Omelette (SGD11.80) that features a not-very-generous portion of fresh creamy oysters atop a bed of crispy pan fried egg batter! What I noticed is that the omelette here had lesser starch compared to the ones at hawker centres. Definitely not easy on the wallet but I think you should still try this!😬

Special mention goes out to their Seafood Horfun (SGD10.80), which had a good amount of wokhei in the charred flat rice noodles.👍

Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

📍Maddie’s Kitchen
Far East Plaza
14 Scotts Rd 02-10/11/12/13, S228213
🕚11AM - 9PM Daily
🚚Islandwide Delivery

This 24-hour opened handmade pau shop is located inside a coffee shop along Jalan Besar.

It is popular for serving a variety of pau and dim sum.

Decided to have a Giant Ye Zhi Mei pau, it is named as such, as the size of the pau is almost a handful. Just Google search Yi zhi mei/ Amy Yip and u will know what these pau are being compared with.

The white steam bread was firm enough to contain all the "juices" within, yet it was soft enough to eat with a subtle sweetness along with it.

The meat within was just a burst of Umami, it had lup cheong, mushrooms, pork belly, half a steam egg and of course, the minced pork. I would dare say, this is a better pau compared to Nam Kee.

Dim sum I had was nothing special to me. But it wasn't bad. Just tasted normal.

L32's handmade noodles are always served al dente with a good bite and springy texture.

For those who love spicy food, their chilli sauce packs a nasty fiery kick which leave you craving for more!