Woke up to breakfast and a few more hours to go to Singapore. I remember that I had a sudden craving when I was poking around my omelette - I really wanted to have some Nasi Lemak when I got back home. And I did :)
FRA-SIN: Singapore Airlines.
I made my first trip to the US in September last year for the 66th Session of the UN General Assembly. The (almost) 24-hour flight journey to and fro was an experience in itself, but one thing’s for sure I ate a lot on board. Juicy chunks of beef with creamy mashed potatoes, nom nom.
SIN-FRA: Singapore Airlines.
Air China’s Lounge at Changi Airport Terminal 1 is one of the better lounges that you can find in the airport. I was pleasantly surprised that they actually serve quite an array of food, including Chicken Rice (fragrant rice complete with fresh and succulent steamed chicken), for supper. Quite delicious indeed.
Changi International Airport Terminal 1, Transit Area. Singapore.
Passable Chicken Curry to accompany me on my flight back home from Bali. The good thing when you don’t see any desserts served at the start? Ice-creams coming around soon :D
DPS-SIN: Singapore Airlines.
Singapore Airlines’ in-flight food can get awfully boring, even more so if you travel often, but I must say my specially catered Muslim meals look better than the others most of the time. I’m sure it tastes better at least half the time too.
SIN-DPS: Singapore Airlines.
Glad that one of my favourite (comfort food) snack places is still up and running. Pair your deep-fried Deboned Chicken Wings with some fresh and fruity Icy Swirls, or if you like, some warm and smooth Peanut Paste.
Sugar Granny Cafe. 5 Teo Hong Road, Singapore.
Trapizza’s thin and crisp Wood-Fired Pizzas (the seafood one is chockful of fresh ingredients like prawns, mussels, squids and salmon) are quite delightful treats to munch on, but do try their simple but delicious Pastas as well if you’re in the mood for something more filling.
Trapizza. Siloso Beach, Sentosa. Singapore.
While business is brisk at the nearby Boon Tong Kee, it is a little less so here at Five Star. I’m not too sure why, but I think the latter offers pretty decent Chicken Rice as well.
Five Star Hainanese Chicken Rice. 419 River Valley Road, Singapore.
Indian Murtabak the way I like it to be. Crispy on the outside and filled with lots of eggs and minced beef on the inside :)
Zam Zam Restaurant. 697-699 North Bridge Road, Singapore.
For an avid Gelato lover, the knowledge of a gelateria so close to my workplace thrilled me no end. Happy to report too that the gelato here from Brunetti is smooth, milky and creamy. Delicious :)
Brunetti Gelateria. Tanglin Mall, Singapore.