Monday, November 7, 2011



It's another hot and steamy day here in Singapore - definitely twice-a-day-shower weather.

I am loving the hawker center food here! (Whenever I find a place where I'm nearly the only Caucasian person, I know I can count on good food!)

Yesterday,  we tried fried pork dumplings, steamed dim sum pork buns and even steamed shark fin dumplings as well as a bowl full of traditional Katong Laksa in Chinatown.

This Laksa, from the Katong area of Singapore, features cut up noodles and a hearty fish-based broth with hints of lemongrass and ginger. Ours was topped with prawns and cockle pieces. The broth was a bit too fishy for my liking, but drowned in a Tiger beer - not too bad. We made friends with the stall's owner, who spoke a bit of English, and the nearby older Singaporean men. Everyone is so friendly!

Well, we heading to our next flight. I'll try and post when I have Internet access again. Stay tuned for more photos!

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4 comments:

Unknown said...

Sounds like you are having an amazing time. Love the picture.

Julia said...

Glad you're having foodie fun. Don't be getting on those scales when you get back! :)

jaz@octoberfarm said...

i want to talk to old singaporean men! i made your soup and posted it yesterday. it is wonderful! keep having fun!

Joy said...

Holiday trips are always killer for the scale as the food is so good, ESP. When pork is involved!

@Jazz - that's wonderful! Ill have to read your post soon. Thanks for sharing! :)

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