I had jokingly called the Boiled Mixed Seafood and Pork Dumplings ($9++ for 10 pieces) as the ugly step sister. Honestly speaking, it’s the healthier version as compared to the pan fried dumplings. But of course, anything fried and unhealthy, always tastes nicer. The boiled version is tasty and is generously packed with ingredients.
The kind folks from Hotel Re invited Skai aka c(hubby) and I to experience their Re!ally Really Fun Staycation promo.
Disclaimer: While this Staycation was sponsored, I was not expected to review the hotel.
Skai and I were no strangers to Hotel Re. We visited Hotel Re on a couple of occasions. I visited Hote Re for a blogger event sometime back with the #MysteryMakan girls, Skai and I took a look at Hotel Re and considered as one of our venues for our wedding dinner aka #nadskai1314. Last CNY, we also visited their bar to chill out with his cousins.
Last weekend, Skai aka c(hubby) and I were craving for Guo Tie. We had initially wanted to visit the famous Guo Tie place at Neil Road but yours truly delay delay delay until we couldn’t make it in time.
So… we were at a lost at first. Didn’t know where to go but we HAD to have our Guo Tie cravings satisfied.
I whipped out my trusty iPhone and started googling. Landed on a HardwareZone thread titled Guotie aptly and we soon made our way down to Fong Kee located at People’s Park Centre.
nadnut.com – Singapore Lifestyle Blog: BFF and I visited SIFU recently courtesy of a food tasting invitation from Huntington and SIFU. I’ve heard BFF raving about the food in Hong Kong plenty of times and needless to say, I was extremely intrigued by SIFU.
SIFU is a Hong Kong inspired dining room which features their very own take on Hong Kong style items. Most of the items are fusion dishes. East meets West and Hong Kong meets Local flavours inspired items. The name SIFU actually is a reference to “master” or “teacher” in Cantonese. All dishes are handmade by the chefs and bakers by scratch!