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I am a HUGE fan of Mala and was extremely excited to have received an invite from Tian Wei Seafood for a food tasting for Mala Crab!

Together with the fam and my friend Colin, we visited Tian Wei Seafood.

Tian Wei Seafood is a seafood restaurant in Singapore is located in an open air coffee shop at Tagore Lane with plenty of areas to park for those driving. I spoke to their staff and understood that they pride themselves in serving delicious and fresh seafood at affordable prices. This is definitely a plus as I was looking for best places to eat in Singapore!

After eating at Tian Wei Seafood, I gotta say, I think they have to be one of the most affordable and best mala crab restaurant in Singapore.

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These are the items we tried:

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We started our meal with the delicious Yuzu Wasabi Oyster. Very refreshing and fresh! I am actually quite picky about my oysters but I really enjoyed Tian Wei's and actually reached out for another!

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We then had a bowl of the Fish Maw and Crab Meat Soup. This was light and tasty that the kids really enjoyed it!

As with every typical asian meal, we had to have rice. Especially for the kids! They are always requesting for rice. We ordered the Yangzhou Fried Rice. My friend Colin really enjoyed this and polished this off!

For the vegetable dishes, we had the Trio Egg Spinach and Steamed Lady Finger.

The men thoroughly enjoyed the Trio Egg Spinach and kept raving over it!

As a huge garlic fan, I was happy to let the men concentrate on the Trio Egg Spinach dish while I gobbled the Garlic Bamboo Clam up. It's extremely fresh and well prepared. I love how generous they were with the vermicelli and garlic! It is not difficult to see why this is one of their signature dishes!

But the star hero of the whole meal would have to be their Original Mala Crab! You can choose to opt for mild, medium or spicy depending on your spice tolerance. We tried mild and we loved it! As a huge fan of mala, I loved the combo!

All of us raved over the Mala Crab and couldn't get over how juicy and fresh the crabs were!

The crabs are priced at $88 per kg when we visited and we polished 2 crabs off! Tian Wei Seafood used Sri Lankan Crab here as compared to the typical Jumbo Crab and we could definitely taste the difference compared to our other crab meals outside. The Sri Lankan Crab is sweeter, fresher and juicier! Seriously, this has to be one of the best mala crab restaurant in Singapore!

Our lil fam thoroughly enjoyed our meal at Tian Wei Seafood and I have to say, it is one of the best seafood restaurants that I have been to, so far!

Would definitely be back and this time, I'm gonna order a spicier Mala Crab!

Thank you Tian Wei Seafood Restaurant for having us! Thank you Colin for pics!

For those interested, check them out at:

Opening Hours
Mon – Thu : 11AM – 10PM
Fri – Sun : 11AM – 11PM
81 Tagore Lane, TAG A,
#01-10, Singapore 787502

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As some of you guys may remember, I talked about my love for babywearing a few entries back. Babywearing is easy and convenient. When I'm going out alone, I need not face the hassle of struggling with a stroller. Imagine taking a cab with a stroller and a baby. Holding the baby while folding the stroller and putting into the boot. Errr. I'll definitely be damn kamchiong.

Babywearing also means I get to be handsfree. I can carry Aidan easily while shopping etc. Honestly babywearing helped me so much especially during my maternity leave when I was alone.

Especially now that Aidan finds it hard to keep still in a stroller, babywearing is a must-have.

During my pregnancy, I had researched on a number of carriers. I liked the idea of woven wraps and structured carriers. After observing many of my mama friends, I realised that Tula was a favourite amongst mamas.

I bought one way before Aidan was born. That was how kiasu I was.

Fast forward and Aidan was born and I tried Tula. Honestly the first time I tried it, I wasn't so sure. I confided in a few mama friends that I wasn't sure if I was doing it right. I mean, I've seen pics and videos but I wasn't sure. They brought me to Bumwear at Plaza Singapure and the lovely ladies helped me adjust my carrier. I finally found what was making me uncomfortable and from there, babywearing was a breeze with Tula.

In fact, I love Tulas so much that I bought 4. Two canvas and two woven conversions. Hurhur.

Soon I began joining the Tula community on Facebook and joining both the Jujube and Tula gatherings.

When I got wind that Bumwear was organising a gathering with Ula (founder of Tula) who was coming to Singapore, I was excited. Managed to sign up for a slot to meet Ula herself. *fangirl moment*

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It was lovely meeting other mamas and exchanging tips. Also gawking at the lovely Tulas from the lovely mamas.

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I also loved seeing the other fellow papas babywearing. One thing that I'm really glad is that Skai is really supportive of babywearing. He also volunteers to babywear Aidan too!

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It was also nice to finally meet Rita from Bumwear who was the main reason Ula came down to Singapore!

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Also spot the lovely Jujubes at the event. Tulas and Jujubes go so well together!

I was crazy enough to sign up and pay for two session to meet with Ula! The first one was a cosier session with Tula Love Stocking Buddies where I used my wc Beluga Arctic. The second was a more casual setting where I decided to dress down and use my first canvas Alpaca Hearts with my customised accessories! Spot my love dinosaur hoodie!

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Babywearing days are short and I hope to babywear Aidan as much as I can. I've yet to master latching in the Tula but I hope one day I will!

It's crazy but I'm eyeing more Tulas! Like a mesh... and perhaps a fancy?! hahhaa.

None of these were sponsored. All of my Tulas and Jujubes are paid by myself. Not even by Skai. I genuinely love the products and the community.

Hope to go for more Tula and Jujube events!

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